Government of Canada services and information in Boston, United States
Services and information provided to Canadians by the Consulate General of Canada to the United States, in Boston
On this page
- Citizenship services
- Notarial services
- Passport services
- Studying abroad
- Visa and immigration services
- Voting abroad
Government of Canada offices in the United States do not provide citizenship services. You must send your applications to Canada by mail. Please visit the Canadian citizenship website for more information regarding these services.
Notarial services at this office are limited. You may wish to seek out the services of a notary public for more complete assistance.
An additional fee is charged for authenticating (witnessing) a signature when a Statement in lieu of certificate of non-impediment to marriage abroad is issued.
Payment is preferred and greatly facilitated by credit card, Visa or MasterCard ONLY.
If paying in cash, US funds are preferred.
If paying in CDN$ cash, please present exact amount.
|Details||Fee (CAD)||Fee (USD)|
|Administering an oath or receiving a statutory declaration or affirmation. The fee shown is per document.||50.00||40.00|
|Certifying a true copy of a document. The fee shown is per copy.||20.00||15.00|
|Issuing a Statement in lieu of Certificate of Non-impediment to Marriage Abroad. The fee shown is a minimum, per document.||30.00||25.00|
|Providing a Passport Canada CTC. The fee shown is per set of three copies.||45.00||35.00|
Government of Canada offices in the United States do not provide regular passport services. You must send your applications to Canada by mail. Please visit the Canadian passports website for more information regarding these services.
If you need a passport urgently contact the Canadian Citizen Services Contact Centre for Canadians in the U.S. at 844-880-6519. Please be advised that additional fees apply for urgent services.
Visa and immigration services
Visa and immigration services are offered at our Los Angeles and New York offices.
- Submit visa applications and study and work permits to an application support center (ASC). Book an appointment to give your biometrics (fingerprints and photo) at an ASC.
- Submit permanent residence applications and documents to a visa office.
- Submit applications to overcome criminal inadmissibility to a visa office.
Refer to Elections (voting from abroad).
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