The Consulate General of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh in Toronto shall render the following Consular Services to the Bangladesh diaspora and Canadian citizens living in Ontario, Saskatchewan, British Columbia, Alberta and Manitoba.
- New Machine-Readable Passport (MRP)
- Re-issue Machine-Readable Passport (MRP)
- Birth Registration
- No-Visa Required (NVR)
- Driver’s License Authentication Certificate
- Power of Attorney
- Travel Permit (only for return to Bangladesh)
- Death Certificate
- Alive Certificate
- Consular Consultations
Department of Immigration and Passport, Dhaka is processing the installation of MRP/MRV/e-passport for the Consulate General of Bangladesh in Toronto. The Consulate General of Bangladesh in Toronto expects to commence the MRP/MRV/e-passport related services soon.
Apply directly to www.police.gov.bd for obtaining ‘Police Clearance Certificate’ from Bangladesh. Applicants may attest the copy of the passport information page from the Consulate General of Bangladesh to upload with their online application package.
The Consulate General of Bangladesh in Toronto will remain open on Monday to Friday from 0900-1700 hrs. and will be closed on the weekends (Saturday and Sunday) and government holidays. The Consular Services will be rendered from 1000 to 1300 hrs. and 1400 to 1600 hrs.
All consular services EXCEPT Machine Readable Passport (MRP):
- Regular service:
5 working days + postal time
- Express service:
3 working days + postal time
Machine-Readable Passport (MRP) delivery:
- Regular service:
6 to 8 weeks + postal time
- Express service:
3 to 4 weeks + postal time
Receipt & Delivery of Service:
The Consulate General of Bangladesh encourages services through postal delivery. It is recommended to use the registered/express post for sending and return of the document. The self-addressed return envelope must contain sufficient postage for uninterrupted delivery. The application package by post should be addressed to:
Consulate General of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh
1505-2235 Sheppard Ave. East (Atria II)
Toronto, ON M2J 5B5, Canada
|Services||Regular fees||Express fees|
|Machine Readable Passport (MRP) New & Re-issue||C$150||C$300|
|Visa||C$100 (Single Entry)||N/A|
|C$200 (Multiple Entry)||N/A|
|No Visa Required (NVR)||C$80||N/A|
|Birth & Death registration||C$10||N/A|
|Attestation/Endorsement/POA (1-5 pages)||C$40||C$60|
|Attestation/Endorsement/POA (6-8 pages)||C$70||C$100|
|Attestation/Endorsement/POA over 8 pages each page||C$5||C$5|
Additional fees: C$ 2.00 per transaction will be charged if paid by credit card.
Please pay the consular fees through Bank Draft/Money Order/Certified Cheque addressed to the “Bangladesh Consulate General in Toronto”; attach with the Application Form and send by post or bring in-person (in appropriate case) to the Consulate General.
In case of in-person submission applicants can pay the fees through debit/credit card in the Consulate General. An extra fee will be charged for paying through the credit card. The Consulate General of Bangladesh does not accept any cash payment; Consular fees once received cannot be refunded at any stage of service.
Applicants should e-mail their consular queries/communications to email@example.com or Fax to +1-416-492-3171. For urgent communication applicants may call to +1-647-812-2791 [choose option ‘3’ for consular matters].
In case of emergency, applicants may write to the Consul General directly through ‘Contact Us’ option in the website. Consular related e-mails sent to any other address(s) will not be responded.
The passport size photograph (45mmX35mm) should be in white background; not older than 6 months.
Photocopy of documents:
Applicant are requested to bring necessary photocopies of the documents to be submitted, currently the Consulate General does not extend photocopy facility at the Consulate General.
- The Consulate General of Bangladesh reserves the right to request for any additional document at any stage of the application process.
- The Consulate General of Bangladesh reserves the right to withhold any application for further scrutiny.
- If requires, the applicant may be requested for an interview with the Consulate General.