Iceland Consulate in Montreal

Consulate of Iceland in Montreal

Iceland Consulate in Montreal

Diplomatic representation of Iceland. Information on consular services of the Consulate of Iceland in Montreal.

On this website you will find general information about the Consulate of Iceland in Montreal.

The majority of foreign consulates in Montreal are from Asian and European countries.

Contact details of the Iceland Consulate in Montreal

Addres:

Icelandic Honorary Consulate General in Montreal, Canada - 2075 Blvd. Robert-Bourassa, Suite 1701 - Montreal, QC H3A 2L1 - Canada

Telephone Number:

(+1) 514-871-2225, ext 305

Fax Number:

Email:

Website:

www.iceland.is/iceland-abroad/ca/

Consul:

Nicholas-Philippe Remillard - Honorary Consul General

Office Hours:

By appointment

 

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Consulates in Montreal

Montreal, the second largest Canadian city and the largest city in Quebec province is a important commercial hub in Canada boosting commercial centres, industries, technology and finance.

Montreal is also one of the biggest international congress and convention centres in North America. Montreal has a large percentage of immigrants from all over the world, mainly from Europe, Asia and the Americas.

Montreal Consulates - Since Canada is a very large country with far distances between the big cities the foreign embassies in Ottawa are not able to provide essential consular services to the whole of Canada from one single location.

That is the reason that many foreign countries have established consulate missions in Montreal to be able to serve the citizens of the greater Montreal region as well as foreigners visiting the region.

The distinction between the several consulates found in Montreal are the size and the level of powers these consulates have. Some consulates are named consulate-general and these are the bigger representative offices of Embassies in Ottawa. These bigger consulates usually can assist in visa and passport matters as well as assisting with domestic matters such as births and marriages.

Other consulates are appointed honorary consulates and these are often private citizens representing the embassy in Ottawa on a part time basis. These honorary consulates often have limited powers. For information on de scope of services the consulates can offer you should always contact them directly.