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British flag Consulate-General of the United Kingdom in Toronto

Address777 Bay Street, Suite 2800
College Park
Toronto ON M5G 2G2
Canada
Phonelocal: (416) 593.1290
international: +1.416.593.1290
Faxlocal: (416) 593.1229
international: +1.416.593.1229
EmailBritcon.Toronto@fco.gov.uk
Web sitehttp://www.ukincanada.gov.uk

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Mandy
Sat, 28 May 2016 12:02 EDT
want to settle in UK
I am a born Canadian Citizen who wishes to settle down in the UK...please give me an idea of the UK's immigration requirements....Thanks
isabella
Thu, 26 May 2016 13:39 EDT
visa
I am a landed immigrant in Canada holding Indian passport. I need to visit UK for a few days. Do I need visas. If yes let me know how long it will take what is the cost of the visa
stokerman02@gmail.com
Tue, 10 May 2016 11:21 EDT
help with MYCIC
I believe you people must be getting paid minimum wage as you obviously do nothing to earn your wages....trying to get a problem solved is akin to pissing into the wind...
Bob
Thu, 5 May 2016 10:26 EDT
Obtaining Dual Citizenship for a child under 18
I am trying to figure out what forms I may need to fill in to register our kids as British Citizens. (Assuming we can do this)
Both my parents who are 80 yrs old, were born in, and are British Citizens. I was born in England in 1960 and emigrated to Canada in 1972 and remain here as a landed Immigrant and have a valid British passport. I married a Canadian in 1996 and now have two minor children born in 2001 and 2002. Is there a form to simply register my kids as the Web site does not point me in the right direction.
shahid ahmed
Mon, 2 May 2016 10:51 EDT
vistor visa
i am living in u a e i have uae resident visa i come to canada just for visit can i get a tourist visa from toronto Thanks
sima
Sun, 24 Apr 2016 13:13 EDT
work visa
I am Canadian citizen and professional hairstylist. i would like to go to uk for 6 month to work . what should i do ?
Jeanalexis MacDougall
Tue, 5 Apr 2016 09:19 EDT
Worked / studied 10 yrs in uk taxes? 66 yrs old now.
I found some pay slips from different companies I've worked at from 1968-1980

I also found my National Insurance Number.

What can I do to find out if I owe money or can get retirement ? Benefits?

My mother was born in uk.From 31/2 yrs old-8yrs old school in Scotland.

Father Canada.

Can you give me an email of the deptment in uk to contact?

Was Shepherds Bush in 1978.

Thank you.

j.MacDougall
Lyse
Mon, 28 Mar 2016 23:54 EDT
Visa Requirements for Chinese nationals
I am Chinese citizen and permanent resident here in Canada and I hold a multi-entry 10 years USA Visa. I want to travel to Scotland as tourist. How long does it take to be granted a VISA? How long is it valid for? Does the UK grants multi-entry visa like the US do?
Victoria Ansell Gauvin
Wed, 9 Mar 2016 15:57 EST
UK passport
Trying to get a UK passport. Father is a Brit and holds a UK Passport/born in the UK. I am born Canadian and my mother also. THey live common-law and I want to get a UK passport but don't know how to pursue it? Can you help me? with Forms etc.
Judith Nagata
Mon, 7 Mar 2016 22:03 EST
UK passport renewal from Toronto
I am currently holder of a valid UK passport which expires in July 2016. I am unable to travel back to England to renew it, due to my position as caregiver to a sick husband who cannot travel and who cannot be left at home alone.
I wish to maintain my continuous sequence of british passports, but it seems that the Consulate in Toronto cannot offer this service 9which was always available in Canada a few years ago).
What can be done in Toronto?

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