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Mexican Embassy for Canada - Address / Phone Number



Mexican Embassy for Canada

Mexican Embassy in Canada

Address: 45 O'Connor Street, Ottawa, Ontario, K1P 1A4, Canada
City: Ottawa (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT -5 hours)
Tel.: (613) 233-8988
Fax: (613) 235-9123
Working hours: Monday to Friday, 9.00 – 17.00
Consular hours: Monday to Friday, 9.00 – 13.00

Mexican General Consulate in Toronto
Address: 11 King Street West, Suite 350Toronto, Ontario, M5H 4C7
City: Toronto (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT -4 hours)
Tel.: (416) 368-2875
Fax: (416) 368-8342
Jurisdiction: Ontario and Manitoba

Mexican General Consulate in Montreal
Address: 2055 Rue Peel, Bureau 1000, Montreal, QC H3A 1V4 Canada
City: Montreal (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT -5 hours)
Tel.: (514) 288-2502
Fax: (514) 288-8287
Jurisdiction: Quebec, Newfoundland and Labrador, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and Nunavut

Mexican General Consulate in Vancouver
Address: 411-1177 West Hastings St Vancouver, BC V6E 2K3 Canada
City: Vancouver (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT -5 hours)
Tel.: (604) 684-3547
Fax: (604) 684-2485
Jurisdiction: British Columbia, Yukon and Northwest Territories

Mexican Consulate in Calgary
Address: 833-4th Avenue SW, Suite 1100 Calgary, AB T2P 3T5 Canada
City: Calgary (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT -7 hours)
Tel.: (403) 264-4819
Fax: (403) 264-1527
Jurisdiction: Alberta, Saskatchewan

The Mexican Embassy in Ottawa offers a wide range of consular services:

  • Passports
  • Visas
  • Legalization
  • Civil Registry
  • Marriage in Mexico
  • Consumer protection
  • Powers attorney and notarial acts
  • Police certificates for immigration procedures
  • Military Primer
  • Declaration of Mexican Nationality
  • Certificate to prove identity
  • Transportation of human remains
  • Singles Travel to Mexico permit
  • Imports of food and plants to Mexico, etc.

 

Mexico has three Consulates General in Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver; Consular Agencies in Calgary and Leamington, Ontario; and five Honorary Consulates: Quebec City, St. John's, Dartmouth, Winnipeg and Regina.

Mexico offers a wide variety of attractions to prospective visitors. Canadians have long enjoyed our beautiful beaches, our magnificent national parks and archaeological sites, as well as the historical richness of our colonial cities, all of which make Mexico one of the most popular tourist destinations.

The Embassy in Canada informs the public that Canadian nationals and permanent residents of Canada still do not require a visa to enter Mexico, with the exception of Canadian citizens carrying diplomatic or official passports.

Canadian nationals must present a valid passport to prove their nationality. Mexican authorities do not require a minimum period of validity of passports; nevertheless, this document must be valid at the time of entry and during the period you wish to be in Mexico.

The Embassy is authorized to legalize documents issued by Canadian authorities or notaries in any of the Provinces and Territories, that is, throughout Canada. Consular legalization is performed on foreign public documents that must be valid for legal purposes in Mexico. Legalization may be provided to the signature and/or stamps contained in public documents. It is an act of certification through which the consular official certifies that the signature or seal is from a government office or official, or from a notary located within the consular jurisdiction. This certification does not prejudge the content of the document.

All fees must be paid in Canadian. They must be covered either by cash or, alternatively, by postal/bank money order or certified cheque, payable to the Embassy of Mexico. If the applicant is paying by mail, he/she must take into consideration that the consular fees are adjusted at the beginning of the every month. Therefore, please make sure to send the payment with enough anticipation, so that the cheque or money order is received at the Consular Office when the fee paid still applies. The payment by mail is only applicable to the legalization of the Canadian public documents.

The Mexican Embassy is closed on the flowing public holidays:

  • New Year's Day - 01/01
  • Family Day - 18/02
  • Good Friday & Easter Monday         
  • Victoria Day - 20/05
  • Canada Day - 01/07
  • Civic Holiday - 05/08
  • Labour Day - 02/09
  • Thanksgiving Day      
  • Remembrance Day - 11/11
  • Christmas Day - 25/12
  • Boxing Day - 26/12

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