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Coronavirus disease (COVID-19): Canadian citizens in France

The Embassy still provides consular services to Canadian citizens in France. For passport, citizenship and notarial services, requests must be sent by postal mail in priority but it is also possible to obtain this service by appointmentContact Us if you want to discuss an application that you consider urgent and we will provide guidance.

For information on COVID-19, please visit the Government of Canada's official outbreak page, check our Travel Advice and Advisories and read our Frequently asked questions for Canadians in France. Make sure to register with the Registration of Canadians Abroad to get the latest updates at your destination. The decision to travel is your choice and you are responsible for your personal safety abroad.

  • Canadian citizens in France: consular services for Canadian citizens in France are still provided. You may book an appointment online for passport, citizenship, notarial services. This service is for Canadian citizens only. Service in-person: PROTECTIVE MASK IS MANDATORY; only the applicant will be admitted (except for minor children); you will be admitted at your scheduled appointment time.

Before You Go


Practical information

General Services During Your Stay

Assistance in France and local contact info

Legal documents

Driver’s licences


Marriage, PACS and divorce

Births and adoptions


Voting while abroad

Social and cultural Canadian associations in France and help for expatriates


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