Spanish Embassy in Canada
Monday, February 17th, 2014 @ 12:42PM
The Spanish Embassy in Canada is located in the city of Ottawa. To cover this territory, there are 2 General Consulates besides the consular office in the Embassy operating at the service of those individuals, whether Spanish nationals or not, looking forward solve or issue different legal documentation. The consulates are located in the following cities:
-Consulate in Montreal
-Consulate in Toronto
On the Consulates, you can initiate or issue any legal administrative procedure such as
-Consular registrations and cancelations.
-Legalizations of different documents so they can be valid in Spain.
-Attested copies of a documents.
-Visas (short terms and long terms visas)
-Marriage certificates, birth certificates, among other documents related to the Civil Registry.
If you want to save precious time when applying and avoid refusals or inconvenient when issuing documents in any Consular Office, our law firm offers you a reliable and very professional services based in our years of experience guiding clients from different countries around the world. Our attorneys will analyze your profile and/or case and will detail you the process step by step and the requirements to apply for a visa or file an appeal upon denial of it.
Our bilingual attorneys can assess your case and help you meeting all the legal requirements. Our attorneys have experience dealing with Spanish Foreign Law. For example, our attorneys have experience helping young Canadians to apply for the Youth Mobility Program between Spain and Canada. This agreement is intended to facilitate the exchange between students from both countries and/or entrance to Spain for work or fulfill studies of young Canadian individuals. The visas are even processed in a shorter period of time upon compliance of the demanded documentation in comparison to other visas or requirements that may take up to two months to be issued and resolved by the Spanish Consular Authorities. Consider as well, that if your visa has been denied, our lawyers can help you appealing such decision and presenting the missing documents.
If you wish to apply for a visa or issue further documentation contact us as we will tell you how to do it and how to process according to the law.
Remember that if you need to hand in any documentation to the Spanish Authorities you can do it in any of the 3 Consulates Offices in Canada, you shall appear in person or send the requirements by postal service to the nearest office of your location. Please find below the consulates address, opening hours and locations under their jurisdiction:
Spanish Embassy and Consular Section in Ottawa
74 Stanley Avenue.- Ottawa (Ontario), K1M 1P4.
Monday to Friday from 9:00 to 13:030
Ottawa y Gatineau
Spanish Consulate in Montreal
Consulate General of Spain
1, Westmount Square. Suite 1456
Montréal (Québec). H3Z 2P9
Monday to Friday from 9:00 to 13:00
Jurisdiction: Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Québec (except Gatineau), and Newfoundland and Labrador.
Spanish Consulate in Toronto
2 Bloor Street East Suite 1201
Toronto, ON M4W 1A8
Monday to Friday from 9:00 to 12:30
Jurisdiction: Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario (except Ottawa), Saskatchewan, North West Territories, Yukon and Nunavut.