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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
Phonelocal: (416) 593.1290
international: +1.416.593.1290
Faxlocal: (416) 593.1229
international: +1.416.593.1229
Web sitehttp://www.ukincanada.gov.uk

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Etienne Sellar
Tue, 21 Apr 2015 17:41 EDT
British Work Visa
My loving girlfriend and I plan on living in Europe for a year, come September. I'm getting my EU passport, but she needs a work visa. I have numerous questions regarding legibility for application, duration, and flexibility of British work visas. She will only be working in the UK. Is it best to call during hours of operation (which are?) or would it be better to send an email to a British Consulate?
Thank you so much!
Stella Pascall
Fri, 17 Apr 2015 12:33 EDT
EU Passport Application
I would like to get an applicaiton for completing the EU Passport. I am British and Canadian Citizen. This would be for teaching abroad.

Could you advise me on the best way to get an application here in Toronto.
Irene locke
Thu, 9 Apr 2015 09:14 EDT
Renewal of passport for uk
Trying in vain to find out exactly where to send my passport for renewal . Born in Scotland now living in Canada. Please help!
Eleanor Van Tassel
Tue, 31 Mar 2015 21:08 EDT
Dual Passportt
I was born in Scotland arrived in Canada as a child in 1952 and became a CanadianCitizen in the seventies. My son who was born in Canada is interested in applying for a dual passport. How do we go about this? Does the same apply to grandchildren. Thank you
Rowan Lam
Sat, 28 Mar 2015 08:20 EDT
My father was born in Hong Kong in 1954. When he left Hong Kong in 1972 to come to Canada he was issued a UK passport. Since becoming Canadian he has never renewed his UK citizenship. Would I be able to apply for a UK passport since my father was born in Hong Kong while it was still under British rule?
Leonora Navor
Fri, 27 Mar 2015 09:46 EDT
Tourist visa
Hi, I am a Filipino Citizen and I have a tourist visa in Canada and lived with my son and daughter w/ her family, I am wondering if I can apply for a tourist visa to UK as I have a sister in England, a British Citizen and inviting me to visit her and see your beautiful country, she will providing all my tickets and everything I need. Pls let me know if I can apply for a visa, thank you so much
Wed, 25 Mar 2015 12:42 EDT
work permit for uk as a canaidan citizen
i am a canadain citizen looking for work in uk. i require a work permit. how can i apply for it in uk.
Jan Goodwin
Tue, 10 Mar 2015 14:09 EDT
Last Night at the Proms
I'm a member of the Oakham House Choir of Ryerson University currently helping with the promotion of our Last Night at the Proms concert on Saturday, April 25th, 7:30 pm at Calvin Presbyterian Church. This is a tribute to the infamous Royal Albert Hall Concerts held every year. Does anyone know of any site or media that I can post our event that will reach the British people ion the GTA?
Thank you.
Unbreen Hina
Wed, 4 Mar 2015 10:58 EST
children under 18 travelling alone
My sons (12 yrs & 14 yrs ) are travelling alone to uk to visit their aunt( my sister) and family I would like to know which documents do they need to travel alone. They are Canadian citizens and have valid Canadian passport ,do they also need to get visa to visit Europe with my sister and brother in law who are British citizens
Karen Brooks
Sun, 1 Mar 2015 21:56 EST
childs pr card
I have had so much hassle trying to get pr card for my 13 (now 15yr) son, we got ours through quickly as had all paperwork, I lost the paperwork we got when landed so had to then apply for new one, they need two forms of id with picture, he only has his passport (and old one which we photocopied) I sent his health card (but no pic) but explained that he was too young for a student school card (he now isn't) why is it so hard to do these forms, all the information is on the cards in the first place so why do we have to up date.
long story short - I still haven't done it (as working two jobs and no time) but now his grandfather is gravely ill and we may have to go back, is there anyway we can overcome this hassle so he can visit and actually get back into Canada???
we are also having to make an appointment to come and get an extension on our passports (didnt realise we would need them so soon|)

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