Consulate General in Toronto, Canada

The Consulate General of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago in Toronto is headed by a Consul General who has jurisdiction for matters within the province of Ontario.

The Consulate General’s mandate is to actively promote and stimulate trade, investment and tourism for the benefit of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago; promote our country’s cultural exports; provide immigration services on behalf of nationals of Trinidad and Tobago and to foreign nationals; as well as provide consular services to nationals of Trinidad and Tobago resident in Ontario.  Payments to Trinidad and Tobago pensioners and national scholars in Ontario are also an important part of our mandate. 


The Registration System for Nationals Abroad (RSNA) is a free service provided by the Ministry of Foreign and CARICOM Affairs for Trinidad and Tobago nationals travelling overseas or living outside of Trinidad and Tobago. The details you provide when you register will help our embassy and crisis staff to contact you and provide better assistance in an emergency such as a natural or man-made disaster or civil disturbance.

Trinidad and Tobago nationals travelling or residing abroad should register at the nearest Trinidad and Tobago Overseas Mission, particularly in countries with a risk of natural disasters or which are undergoing a period of unrest. The purpose of this register is to enable the Mission to identify and locate nationals in cases of emergency as well as provide assistance for nationals in situations of need. 

Given the current operations of the Consulate General, nationals are urged to register via the website link


The Consulate General of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago in Toronto is mandated to develop and strengthen the linkages between the Government of Trinidad and Tobago and the Trinidad and Tobago Diaspora, with a view to building relationships and encouraging participation in all aspects of national development. In a targeted effort to establish contact with members of the Trinidad and Tobago diaspora in  the Province of Ontario, the Consulate has developed a database and we need your help to fill the information on the form found at the following link: Click here. Please feel free to share this form with your friends, family and other contacts who form part of the Trinidad and Tobago diaspora family, currently living and working in Ontario.


Notice re change in fees 2023

Guidelines and forms for applications and renewals

Please select a form based on your requirement

1. VISA Application Form
2. VISA application Instructions

1. Print the forms using an 8 1/2” x 14” setting and print on Legal size (8 1/2” x 14”) paper
2. Print on both sides of the paper

3. Adult passport application form ( MRP) (1st time applicant)
4. Child passport application form ( MRP) (1st time and  renewal)
5. MRP Instructions applicable to child and adult
6. Adult MRP renewal application form
7. MRP Renewal Instructions
8. Lost/ Mutilated passport application
9. Contact slip for all applicants
10. Application for emergency certificate
11. Requirements for application for emergency certificate
12. Application form - Restoration of Citizenship
13. Medical certificate
14. Physical examination
15. Instructions for application
16. Requirements for repatriation
17. Requirements for repatriation of cremated remains(Ashes)

18. Marriage Certificate
19. Birth Certificate
20. Death Certificate
21. Police Certificate of Character
22. Certification of Driver’s permit
23. Adoption Certificate
24. CSME Skills Certificate
25. Verification of Sick Leave/Medical Practitioner

26. Animal import protocol

Vacancies at the Consulate General in Toronto, Canada

View our frequently asked questions (FAQs)

View a list of our public holidays

Contact Information

Consulate General of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, Toronto  
Ms. Tracey Ramsubagh-Mannette, Acting Consul General
Address: 185 Sheppard Avenue West
Toronto, Ontario
M2N 1M9
Country: Canada

Phone: 1-416-495-9442-3;
Fax: 1-416-495-6934 


COVID-19 Work Related Adjustments:

Please see Public Notice at top of page for information

Travelling to Canada

Please review the information found in the links below before travelling