These are the contact details of the Canadian Embassy in Iceland. If you are in Iceland then you will be able to contact the Canadian embassy in Iceland on the details listed below. They Embassy can issue you with a new passport, issue a visa if you are from Iceland . They can also provide consular services such as register a marriage, register a birth or even register a death while in the country.
Canadian Embassy in Iceland
If you lost your passport in Iceland then you must report this to the police in Iceland. The Icelandic police will issue you with a case number which you will need to take to the Embassy. You will need to complete the needed forms and then add the police report to this. They will issue you with an emergency travel document so you can return home. If you are an expat in Iceland, you should look at applying for a new passport.
If you gave birth in Iceland then you need to original documents from the hospital and then have this translated and certified. Complete the needed forms and register a Canadian born abroad. You will get an ID card as well as a passport or travel document for the child. Note that the original documents from the Icelandic government had issues for the birth of the child.
Now if you are getting married in Iceland you need a letter from the Embassy. You will need to ensure that you get this translated and certified for the Icelandic government. The letter will state that you are single and able to get married. They normally call this a letter of no-impediment. Once married you can then take your marriage certificate, translate this and have it certified. You can then take your wife or husband back to Canada on a spouse visa for Canada. You will note that the Embassy is across the road from the Indian Embassy in Iceland for reference.
|Street Address:||Túngata 14, 101 Reykjavík, Iceland|
|Hours of Operation:||Monday to Friday: 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m and by appointment in the afternoon|