Canadian Embassy in Nicaragua

Canadian EmbassyYou can contact the Canadian Embassy in Nicaragua at the numbers listed below only for consular services such a obtaining a new Canadian passport or registering a birth or marriage. You can also contact them in the event of an emergency as listed below.

If you are looking to apply for a Canadian visa then you have to contact the Canadian Embassy in Costa Rica as they deal with these matters. The embassy in Nicaragua only handles matters for Canadian holiday makers and expats. The contact details are below with the telephone numbers, street address and a map to the embassy in Managua.

Canadian Embassy in Nicaragua

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Street Address:De Los Pipitos, 2 Blocks West, El Nogal Street No. 25, Bolonia, Managua, Nicaragua
Postal Address:P.O. Box 25, Managua, Nicaragua
Telephone:(505) 2268-0433 or 2268-3323
Fax:(505) 2268-0437
Email:mngua@international.gc.ca
Operating HoursMonday to Thursday from 8:00 AM to 12:00 and from 12:30 to 4:00 PM.
Friday from 7:30 AM to 1:00 PM.
Assistance to Canadians Telephone: (505) 2268-0433 or 2268-3323
Fax (Consular and passports): (505) 2268-0437
E-mail: mngua@international.gc.ca

Assistance to Canadians (Consular section)

The Consular Section provides assistance to Canadians who are in difficulties and also offers services. Example linked to passports, Canadian citizenship and legalization of documents.

If you lost your passport then it needs to be reported to the police. They will issue a police card with a case number. The Embassy will require this police case number to issue a temporary travel document or a new passport. Ensure that this is done before you go to the Embassy for assistance. If you gave birth you will need the original government issued birth certificate as well as the translation and certification of the birth certificate. You can then register a Canadian born abroad. A travel document for the child will be needed as well.

Hours of operation for all consular services. Example  (passports and citizenship), other then notary services, are from Monday to Friday from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm.

With regards to operating hours. The Embassies are normally closed on Canadian public holidays as well as local public holidays. Check your calanerder before you go to the Embassy for assistance. Also note that any visa longer than 6 months requires a medical exam for Canada.

Hours of operation for notary services. Example (authentication of signatures – general, power of attorney, travel authorization for minors and others) are from Monday to Friday from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM by appointment only.

Emergency assistance outside business hours (Canadian citizens):

Collect calls: (613) 996-8885 / (613) 944-1310 (TTY)

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