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Canadian Embassy in Trinidad and Tobago – Port of Spain

Canadian Embassy in Trinidad and Tobago – Port of Spain

Street Address:
Canadian High Commission
Immigration Section
Maple House 3-3A Sweet Briar Road
St. Clair
Port of Spain

Mailing Address For Canadian Embassy in Trinidad and Tobago

Canadian High Commission
Immigration Section
P.O. Box 565
Port of Spain
Trinidad and Tobago

Tel.: (868) 622-6232
Fax.: (868) 628-2619

E-mail Address: [email protected]

Websitewww.canadainternational.gc.ca/trinidad_and_tobago-trinite_et_tobago

Additional information about this Canadian Embassy in Trinidad and Tobago:
The Canadian Embassy in Trinidad and Tobago is also responsible for handling visa and immigration processes from surrounding countries including Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, British Virgin Islands, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Montserrat, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, and, until further notice,  French Guyana, Guadeloupe, Marie-Galante, Martinique, Saba, St. Barthelémy, St. Eustatius, St. Maarten and St. Martin.

In 2008, over 1,000 people from Trinidad and Tobago were granted permanent residency status in Canada. Canada has had a diplomatic relationship with Trinidad and Tobago since the 1930s, and trade between the two countries exceeds a hundred million dollars annually.

Should You Contact a Lawyer First…?

It is important to remember that when applying for Canadian Immigration, you are required to submit your application to the Canadian Embassy of your nationality. However, there are some exceptions to this rule. You should always contact an immigration lawyer to assist you with the procedures associated with the Canadian Embassy of your region because the Canadian Embassy in Trinidad and Tobago may have its own set of special rules and procedures.

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About Michael Niren

Michael is a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto. He is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Canadian Bar Association’s Citizenship and Immigration Section and the Associate Member of the American Bar Association. Read more

7 thoughts on “Canadian Embassy in Trinidad and Tobago – Port of Spain

  1. Tammy

    Hi how do i go about getting a visa for my family to vacation in Canada? What are the documents needed for Visa application. I have never had Canadian visa before however i traveled quite a few times to UK.

    Reply
    1. Muga Rajbhandari

      Hello Tammy. We will need to know more information about you and your family before we can advise you, such as your current citizenship. A visitor visa is one of the most difficult to obtain because the reviewing officer needs to make 100% certain that you will return home after your visit. If you need help with your application to make sure that you are not making any mistakes, and so that you will have a legal team taking care of all the matters that may arise, then please contact us to book a consultation with one of our immigration professionals. You can book an appointment by calling us at 1-855-886-8472 or online at http://goo.gl/JFZqPm
      Regards, Muga

      Reply
  2. Jennifer MaraJ

    Five years ago my family and I traveled to Canada, our claimed was turned down and we voluntarily left Canada, my eldest Daughter married there and is living in Canada, I would like to know how I can enter back to visit my daughter and family and friends that i made during that four years ?

    Reply
    1. Vahe Mirzoyan

      Hello Jennifer. Getting refused at the border is very frustrating. A visitor visa is one of the most difficult to obtain because the reviewing officer needs to make 100% certain that you will return home after your visit. We can help. In order to figure out the best approach to take we will need to know more about your situation.I am going to suggest that you contact us to make an appointment to talk with one of our immigration professionals who will be able to plan the best strategy for you. You can book an appointment by calling us at 1-855-886-8472 or online at http://goo.gl/JFZqPm
      Regards, Vahe

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      1. Jennifer MaraJ

        Hi Mr. Mirzoyan,

        In November 2007, My husband and my two daughters and myself went to Canada we made a claim that our lives were in danger and we were seeking asylum in Canada, we were turned down by a Judge that our country was a democratic one and we could get help from the authorities in Trinidad, we did a humanitarian claim that was also turned down, we were told we had to leave the country and if we didn’t we will be forcibly removed, we voluntarily left on the 25th April, 2010.
        My husband one of my daughter the small one and myself left, the eldest got married before we told to leave so she is now a permanent resident living there..

        Now I would like to visit my daughter and our friends there I have no wish to live there at the moment because my smallest daughter will be sitting exams next year and is doing very well here in Trinidad..

        Before we left Canada we were told we will have to get an appointment with the High Commissioner Of Canada to get permission to enter back into the country and pay for our tickets that bought us back to Trinidad we are prepared to pay that fee no problems there ..

        The claim was under : Micky Maniram
        : Jennifer Jagdeo
        : Mickyllah Maniram (eldest)
        : Marishka Maniram ( youngest) Daughter

        Reply
        1. Vahe Mirzoyan

          Hello Jennifer. When any kind of application is rejected, it certainly complicates any further attempts to come to Canada. A visitor visa is one of the most difficult to obtain because the reviewing officer needs to make 100% certain that you will return home after your visit. Many people who attempt to apply on their own, face problems that lead to another denial. We have been practicing Canadian immigration law for over 18 years, and we are regarded to be one of the country’s top immigration law firms. You have come to the right place for help. I am going to suggest that you contact us to make an appointment to talk with one of our immigration professionals who will be able to plan the best strategy for you and your family. You can book an appointment by calling us at 1-855-886-8472 or online at http://goo.gl/JFZqPm
          Regards, Vahe

          Reply
  3. Germinal jean junior

    I have my document from the consulat for 5 months now..I never have no answer…I just want to no…what’s goin on…my original passport there to…please I need answer.

    Reply

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