Physical presence of the applicant is mandatory for issuing Alive Certificate. To obtain an Alive Certificate applicant needs to provide a Notarized Affidavit to the effect that he/she is alive.
⚠️ COVID-19 Safety Guidelines:
Toronto entered the stage-3 of reopening following the end of provincial ‘State of Emergency’ in view of Covid-19. Accordingly, the Consulate General of Bangladesh has resumed ‘in-person consular services’. However, as per the general precautionary guidelines/measures in stage-3, unless it is absolutely necessary, we urge you not to visit the Consulate General for ‘in-person’ consular services. You may avail all our consular services digitally through online following postal delivery.
If you think it is an absolute necessity for you to visit the Consulate General for any consular service, please adhere to the following guidelines:
i) Visitors may please confirm their prior appointments for ‘in-person consular service’ with Consulate.
ii) Visitors must approach to the concierge/reception at the downstairs lobby and strictly maintain queue to come up to the Consulate General.
iii) Queue wait time in the elevator must be patiently maintained.
iv) Visitors must wear face mask.
v) Visitors must wear hand gloves.
vi) After entering the consular waiting room visitors must sanitize their hands.
vii) Once inside the consular waiting room, visitors must respect social distancing i.e. sit in designated chairs, stand only on designated red-marked spots, and maintain 6 feet distance with each other.
Your safety is our priority and help us to ensure it for all.
Required Documents for Alive Certificate
i) Bangladeshi photo ID (Passport or National ID).
ii) Canadian photo ID (Passport/PR card/Driver’s License).
iii) 45mmX35mm recent photograph with white background (not older than 6 months).
iv) Bank Draft/Money Order/Certified cheque or to be paid in person by Debit/Credit Card.
[Please prepare digital copies (scanned or clear photograph) of the above documents for Online submission.]
- Personal appearance at the Consulate General is mandatory for Alive Certificate.
- If the applicant is not fit to physically come to the Consulate General, an authorised person on his/her behalf may come with a ‘Medical Statement’ issued by an Authorised Physician and attested by an appropiate authority.
Step 1: Online Application
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A ‘Confirmation Page’ will be generated and a copy of that will be sent to the applicant via e-mail. Please print and sign the Confirmation Page.
Step 2: Document Submission
Applicant should submit i) signed Confirmation page ii) all documents (if applicable) and iii) documents to be attested and iv) Bank draft/Postal order/Certified cheque or payment by Debit/Credit card to the Consulate General of Bangladesh in Toronto.
Please book online appointment; for in-person submission, payment can be made by Debit/Credit card at the ‘Service Desks’ of the Consulate General.
Step 3: Paying Fees
Government fee for ‘Alive Certificate’ is C$ 40.00 (Regular – by 3 working days) and C$ 60.00 (Express – by 1 full working day). Applicants may choose to Pay Online using Cards; a Transaction Receipt will be e-mailed to the Cardholder’s email address OR through Bank Draft/Postal Order addressed to the “Bangladesh Consulate General in Toronto”. Applicants may also pay through Debit/Credit cards at the ‘Service Desk’ of the Consulate General. For details please see Consular Fees.
The Consulate General of Bangladesh does not accept any cash payment.
Step 4: Processing
Upon physical appearance of the applicant or Medical Statement, the Consular Agent will process the application.
Step 5: Disposal
Applicant may collect the Alive Certificate on the ‘date of delivery’ as indicated on the payment receipt.
- The Consulate General of Bangladesh reserves the right to request for any additional document at any stage of the Authentication process.
- The Consulate General of Bangladesh reserves the right to withhold any application for further examination.
- If requires, the applicant may be requested for an interview with the Consulate General of Bangladesh.
- All payment made to the Consulate General of Bangladesh in Toronto is non-refundable.