The Canadian Embassy in Spain is located in Madrid. There are also a number of Consulates in Spain. There is a Canadian Consulate in Barcelona and also in Malaga. If you are in Spain then you can contact the Embassy or any of the consulates for assistance with marriage registration, death registration or even a baby born abroad. They can also assist with arrest and detention, medical assistance and child abductions. See the map the the Embassy and Consulates below.
Note the contact details below with telephone numbers, address and also a map to the Canadian Embassy in Spain. Also note that the embassy is across the road from the British Embassy in Madrid and down the road from the Thai Embassy in Madrid. Note that issues with visa applications for Canada need to be done from the Canadian Embassy in Paris.
Canadian Embassy in Spain
There are many Canadians who visit Spain each year. The Consulado Canada en Madrid has been added here. You will note that there are two Consulates in Spain. These have been added below and their information is up to day being updated in 2022. If you are on holiday in Spain and you lose your passport. You will need to report this to the Spanish police. They will issue you with a case number and letter which you will need for the Canadian Embassy in Madrid. You will need to complete the needed forms with the case number and they will then issue you with a temporary travel document or a passport if you live in Spain. There are many Canadian who have retired in Spain.
|Torre Espacio, Paseo de la Castellana 259D, 28046 Madrid, España
|(34) 91 382 8400
|(34) 91 382 8490
|Hours of Operation:
|Monday to Friday: 09:00 – 12:30 (regular consular assistance)
Monday to Thursday: 08:30 – 13:00 and 14:00 – 17:30 (emergency services)
Friday: 08:30 – 14:30 (emergency services)
Consulate of Canada in Barcelona
The Canadian Consulate in Barcelona has its contact details listed below. Note that passport services are only available at the Canadian Embassy in Madrid. The Canadian Consulate in Barcelona will however be able to assist you if you have lost your passport. If you are getting married in Spain then you will need a letter from the Embassy or Consulate to issue you with a letter to state that you are not married. This letter will need to be translated and certified for the Spanish government. You will then get to register your marriage in Spain. Once done you will need to translate and certify this for your Canadian spouse visa to take your spouse back to Canada.
|Plaça de Catalunya, 9, 1º, 2ª, 08002 Barcelona, Spain
|(34) 932 703 614
|(34) 933 170 541
|Hours of Operation:
|Monday to Friday: 09:00 – 12:30
Consulate of Canada in Malaga
There is also a Consulate in Malaga. These details are also listed below. You will note that as a Canadian citizen if you give birth in Spain the child would have to be registered at the Canadian Embassy or Canadian Consulate. Once you have given birth you will need to have the original birth certificate translated and certified as true and correct. You will need to take the child to the Embassy and Consulate to register the child as a Canadian born abroad.
The child will also need a travel document to go back to Canada with you. Note that you will need to take your passport with you as the Canadian parent to register the child. If you are Spanish and wish to visit Canada then there is a Canadian visitors visa as well as the Canadian student visa for those who wish to study aboard in Canada.
|Horizonte Building, Plaza de la Malagueta 2, 1st Floor, 29016 Málaga, Spain
|(34) 952 223 346
|(34) 952 229 533
|Hours of Operation:
|Monday to Friday: 10:00 – 13:00
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