Consulate General of Saint Lucia In Toronto
Message from the Saint Lucia Consulate
On behalf of the Consulate General of Saint Lucia in Toronto, we wish to welcome you and to thank you for taking the time to visit our official website. The staff at the Consulate General in Toronto feel honoured to serve you. Our mission is to promote and protect the interests of the people and Government of Saint Lucia in Canada, while preserving the friendly relations that exist between Saint Lucia and Canada dating back to the British Colonial era. Saint Lucia and Canada established diplomatic relations on 22nd February 1979 - Saint Lucia’s Independence Day.
This website, along with our Facebook page, provide information of interest to Saint Lucian nationals in Canada, potential visitors to Saint Lucia and investors who are interested in a politically stable, business friendly investment environment which Saint Lucia has to offer.
We invite you to explore our website and hope that you find the information very useful. You are most welcomed to call us at 416 203 8400 or to visit our offices located at 60 St Clair Avenue East, Toronto, as we are easily accessible via public transportation. We welcome your feedback or suggestions as we partner with you to continue building our ‘Fair Helen’.
The Consulate General of Saint Lucia in Toronto wishes to inform all citizens of Saint Lucia residing in Canada that the Saint Lucia Immigration Department has advised effective 1st January, 2015, passport applications will be processed with the birth certificate ONLY, which includes applicant’s first name, along with other relevant documents. Applicants will no longer be allowed to present the baptismal certificate along with the birth certificate, which does not include the applicant’s first name. This means that all passport applications must be submitted with a birth certificate with the applicant’s first name on it.
Please note only original certificates are accepted. Photocopies are not acceptable. Documents without the official Registry seal or Documents that are not certified will not be accepted. Torn documents are not accepted.
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