Hon. Sonia Marville-Carter, Consul General Mr. David Gibbs, Consul Mr. Peter Mayers, Director, Barbados Tourism Marketing Inc. (Consul) Ms. Stacey Hutchinson, Senior Business Development Manager, Barbados Tourism Marketing Inc. (Vice Consul) Mr. Jason Yearwood, Business Development Manager, Barbados Tourism Marketing Inc. (Vice Consul) Mrs. Joy-Anne Cassandra Crichlow, Barbados Tourism Marketing Inc. (Vice Consul) Mr. Neil Weekes, Senior Business Development Officer, Invest Barbados (Vice Consul)
Processing passport applications to be sent to Barbados for issuance by the Chief Immigration Officer
Issuing travel documents on an emergency basis
Assisting Barbadian pensioners residing in Canada
Providing information on resettling in Barbados to Barbadian nationals in Canada
Providing information on:
-Obtaining certified copies of personal records such as birth and marriage certificates - Adopting children in Barbados - Transporting bodies of deceased persons to Barbados for burial
Providing information to non-nationals on:
- Visas - Work permits - Residency Requests - Obtaining Barbadian citizenship
If you are a citizen of Barbados you may apply for a passport through the Consulate General of Barbados at Toronto. Please note the following:
All passports are issued by the Chief Immigration Officer in Barbados.
Passports should normally be processed in six (6) weeks.
Passports are issued for a period of ten (10) years and are not renewable.
Read the notes to each application form carefully, complete the application and provide all supporting documentation as instructed in the notes.
For the cost of a new passport application contact the Consulate General of Barbados at Toronto.
Most importantly, do not wait 'until the last minute'. Submit your application at least eight (8) weeks before your planned travel date.
If your passport has been lost, damaged or stolen and you need to travel on an emergency basis, you may apply for an Emergency Passport by contacting the Consulate General of Barbados at Toronto.
Travel Insurance If relatives or friends in Barbados plan to visit you or you are aware of their plans for a trip abroad, you should advise them to purchase travel insurance. You may also purchase travel insurance for relatives or friends visiting you, to cover the period of their visit. More often than not we enjoy problem free travel but we should be prepared for the occasion when misfortune might arise. Travel insurance is a small investment, the benefits of which could significantly reduce the stress and anxieties caused by unforeseen circumstances. Always remember the Boys Scouts motto: “be prepared”
Network Barbados In its efforts to embrace Barbadians in the Diaspora, the Government of Barbados is encouraging all nationals to register with the Consulate. The aim is to compile a comprehensive database of Barbadians in the various consular jurisdictions. To this end the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade has designed a special form for recording your information. The information supplied is for the official use of the Government of Barbados and will be kept in the strictest of confidence. To register, please contact the Consulate at 416-214-9880 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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