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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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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?
maisie lowe
Sun, 28 Feb 2016 13:59 EST
how do I find out about inheritance in england
Would I be able to get advise if I come to the office at bay street, would I need to make an appointment. .
Lisa Bishop
Tue, 9 Feb 2016 19:02 EST
need to replace birth certificate for passport
My dad Wayne Bishop came to Canada in 1959 with his mother and family. He entered with his moms passport, he has a SIN # & a marriage certificate. Does he still need his scottish b/c for a passport? Any info you can provide is appreciated. We would like to take him on 1 vacation outside of Canada and the U.S before he passes from cancer.
Siddhant Verma
Fri, 29 Jan 2016 20:57 EST
Vistor Visa
I am an international Student in Canada From India. I am seeking British Visitor Visa. What is the procedure?
Sylvia
Thu, 28 Jan 2016 12:59 EST
Passport Expiring June 19th 2016
I live in Toronto and I am a Permanent Resident in Canada, holding British Passport. Passport expires June 19th 2016. I have these 2 questions :
1) Is it Ok if I travel to USA March 05-11 and to Peru April 17 to May 26. My US Visa Waiver is valid till June 19th.
2) When I request to renew my British Passport on my return on May 26th how long will it take to get the new one.
Thank you verymuch
virginia
Wed, 27 Jan 2016 21:29 EST
British Citizenship
I am a British Citizen my 2 kids too , if i moved to Canada permanently to i need visa to stay in Canada, because that's my dreams ....

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