Canadian Embassy in Tunisia

Canadian Embassy

The details for the Canadian Embassy in Tunisia has been added below. Note that there is no Canadian diplomatic mission in Libya and everyone has to use the Embassy in Tunisia. If you require consular assistance while in Tunisia or Libya then see the contact details for the Canadian Embassy in Tunisia. See the map to the Embassy as well as the email address and the telephone number. Also the operating hours or office hours of the Embassy in Tunisia.

Canadian Embassy in Tunisia

If you have lost your passport as a Canadian while in Tunisia, you need to report this to the police. They will then open a criminal case and provide you with the case number. The Embassy will want you to have this case number when you apply for a new passport. This will show that the loss or theft has been reported.

Once you have completed the forms and the application for a new passport. They will tell you when to return. They can provide you with a new passport or a temporary travel document. See the email address as well as the telephone numbers for the Canadian Embassy in Tunisia. See also the Google map to the Embassy.

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If you are getting married in Tunisia then you will need to prove that you are single. You will need to apply at the Embassy for a letter of freedom to marry also called a letter of no impediment. They will tell you when to collect the letter after you have completed the application form. You will then need to have this letter translated and certified as being authentic. You can then use this to register your marriage in Tunisia with the local government. Have this marriage registration translated and certified and then you can use this to take your spouse back to Canada.

Street Address:Lot 24, rue de la Feuille d’Érable, Cité des Pins, Tunis, Tunisia
Postal Address:P.O. Box 48, 1053 Les Berges du Lac II, Tunis, Tunisia
Telephone:+216 70 010 200
Fax: +216 70 010 393
Email:Tunis.consular@international.gc.ca

If you gave birth in Tunisia then you need to have all the birth documents and government birth registration translated and certified. Take this as well as the child and your Canadian passport to the Canadian Embassy in Tunisia to register the child. This takes a while and they will tell you when it is complete. You would then have registered a Canadian born abroad. Do not wait to register the child as it may raise problems later is there is a big delay.

See the other diplomatic missions in the area. These include but not limited to the Canadian High Commission in South Africa or the Canadian Embassy in Turkey. As well as the Canadian Embassy in Saudi Arabia. Search this website for more information. You can also see the Canadian visa options on this website.

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