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Trinidad and Tobago flag Consulate-General of Trinidad and Tobago in Toronto

Address185 Sheppard Avenue West
Toronto ON M2N 1M9
Phonelocal: (416) 495.9442
international: +1.416.495.9442
Faxlocal: (416) 495.6934
international: +1.416.495.6934
Web sitehttp://ttcgtoronto.gov.tt/

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Khoreen Amichand
Wed, 10 Sep 2014 11:40 EDT
we have applied for our machine readable passport way back in April and still have not received them yet. I need it to get other documents in Trinidad and was unable to get those documents on my last trip because I did not get my passport. After hundreds of phone call I did manage to talk to someone who simply told me that the passports were not there, when I asked how can I find out some more about the passports she rudely said that she does not work in that department and could not help me. She offered no help, I don't know when these Trinis will change, even though they live and work in Canada they still have teir Trini attitude and work in their Trini pace. Nothing mean anything to them, I don't know why the trinidad government don't hire Canadian people to do this job for them because Canadian passport take for the most only one week to get back. Although I am a dedicated Trini I am rather dissappointed in this system.
Mon, 25 Aug 2014 04:14 EDT
Terrible operation - think twice before visiting or doing business there
No replies whatsoever. I was considering doing business in T&T but the Toronto consulate showed how much they care about that.

No phone or email replies. No one answered the phones. No one could be reached. If I was a Trinidad, I'd be outraged, especially if I needed someone in a foreign country to help me.

This has been going on for over a month.
Sun, 24 Aug 2014 11:00 EDT
No responses
I phoned the consulate in Toronto to ask questions for the renewal of machine readable passport. No options to speak to anyone. Phoned long distance couple a times. Left message. No reply. Sent an e-mail. No reply. This has been going on about 3 weeks now.
They need training in customer service, also in Trinidad.
Fri, 22 Aug 2014 20:28 EDT
Machine readable Passport appointment very disappointed
Utterly disappointed in the person that I had to speak with during my appointment to get a machine readable passport. Not very friendly and not knowledgeable. The individual had no idea how to read an affidavit in regards to a name correction in relation to a miss-spelling on a birth certificate. I have been told now that I need to get a new affidavit to encompass marriage documents and all other ids. Something is not right with that. The amount of information required to obtain a Trinidad passport for a small country is unbelievable. Yet for Canada it is so simple in comparison and yet Canada is a much bigger country with a larger population. How very sad that these individuals are allowed to handle documents and not know how to process them correctly. Again very disappointed.
Antonio S.
Wed, 9 Jul 2014 15:45 EDT
Renewal of Computer Read Passport
Got there for our appointments this morning to find out there was now a new simple single page renewal form for the computer read passport - not available on line. We immediately filled them out but then found out that our appointments were somehow nowhere to be found in their system. No problem - were still able to see a representative shortly afterwards and the whole process took no more than 15mins each once you have the necessary documents - T&T passport with 2 color photocopies. Staff were quite courteous and professional with our experience.
Rajkumari Mohammed (Ferris M.)
Sun, 13 Apr 2014 19:53 EDT
Customer service
Took my wife there (Sheppard Ave.) few weeks ago to apply for her passport, she dealt with 3 to 4 employees & they were all very friendly and hospitable...
Wed, 19 Mar 2014 11:25 EDT
Visit to the Consulate
My wife and I went to the Consulate to renew our passport. From the first person to the end of our visit, everyone was helpful and friendly. What I have noticed on my visit was, the people who are being process knew they had to provide a money order for their passport. In this time and age, why don't the consulate put in interact machine, all other business even small ones have this facility, it seems we are not being currant and staying abreast with time. As a resident of Trinidad we should make our self look good in the public eye.
Mohammad Rahman
Tue, 25 Feb 2014 07:29 EST
applying for citizenship guyana se Canadian
I would like to know what required to apply to live and invest in T T very much interested to live and invest in you country vist once and love it please respond Thanks Mohammad
G.H.L. Husain
Fri, 21 Feb 2014 12:49 EST
Nationals lament.
I have been to the consulate for a new passport, had all relevant documents and was out in less than one hour. My new passport came within six weeks and I collected same with no hassle.
It seems that only people who do not have their proper documents and those who have not kept up with what is happening in this world with security , have a problem. They will continue to be disgruntled if they remain asleep. Born Canadians need current documents .What makes immigrants think that they are exempt?? especially Trinidadians.
Ferris Mohammed (Rajkumarie Mohammed)
Thu, 20 Feb 2014 16:01 EST
Phone service/inquiry
As per our previous comment, I reside is Toronto Canada, not sure why the flag on the top left side displays the U.S. flag...

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