Consulate General of Switzerland in Montreal

Consulate General in Montreal
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Welcome message

A greeting from the Consul General

Infografic
Infografic © CG

Ordering ID documents

A Swiss passport and identity card
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This Consulate General is currently processing a very high number of applications for new passports and identity cards.

We strongly recommend that you start the renewal process early, as delays may be longer than usual.

Thank you for your understanding.

Personal visit to the Consulate General

Access to the counters is only possible by appointment via email.

Only those with an appointment may enter the building (no accompanying persons). Quebec’s government recommends wearing a mask in public places.

As our premises are very tight, we encourage visitors to wear a mask indoors. In case of high attendance, the consulate reserves the right to ask clients to wait outside. 

COVID-19

COVID-19
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Travel information

For all current information, please consult our page:

 COVID-19

Visa & entry to Switzerland

Visa requirements, the filing of visa applications, forms and visa costs, and information about living in Switzerland

Newsletter - Eastern Canada

The Consulate General of Switzerland in Montreal publishes a consular Newsletter as well as a "Cutlural Events" Newsletter and a French language cultural Magazine.

Partners

List of partners supporting our projects.

Services

Contact the responsible Swiss representation for identity papers, civil status, registration and deregistration, matters of civil status, etc...

Events – Eastern Canada

Find upcoming events presented by the Consulate General of Switzerland in Montreal and local partners in Eastern Canada.

Podcast "From the Alps to the Rockies"

The podcast "From the Alps to the Rockies" celebrates unique connections between Switzerland and Canada.

Swiss Canadian Benevolent Society (SCBS): Scholarships 2022/2023

The SCBS awards scholarships in the amount of CAD 1,500 each to students of Swiss nationality or of proven Swiss origin residing in Québec.

These scholarships are attributed to selected applicants, enrolled or considering enrollment in a post-secondary program, in the field of their choice, in a recognized educational institution.

Interested individuals may request an application form from the SCBS by email and must submit the completed form directly to the SCBS by September 30, 2022.