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What's New?

 

Notice: New fees effective March 31, 2014

On March 31, 2014, new administrative fees will be implemented. Please visit Passport Canada website for more information.

 

Consulate of Canada in Nice:

Some services are temporarily not available in our Consulate of Canada in Nice. This concerns mainly notary services and the issuance of Emergency travel document. We suggest you call before going to the Consulate of Canada in Nice. You may also contact Consular services of the Embassy of Canada in Paris who will be able to assist you.

 

New guarantor policy effective December 9th, 2013 :

Modifications have been made to the list of eligible guarantors for passport applications submitted abroad. Please consult Passport Canada website for more details.

 

ePassport

Canada's new enhanced ePassport is available to all Canadians as of July 1, 2013. Adult applicants have now the option of a 5- or 10-year ePassport for both first-time applications and renewals, while children's ePassports will be issued for a maximum of 5 years. The new ePassport has 36 pages.

Considered to be the gold standard of travel documents, ePassports contain an electronic chip that enhances the passport's current security features. In compliance with the recommended practices of the International Civil Aviation Organization, over 100 countries, including the United States, France and the United Kingdom, are already issuing ePassports.

More information about ePassport

Fees of the ePassport

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Date Modified:
2014-03-19