Canadian Trade Office in Taipei
Coronavirus disease (COVID-19)
Due to ongoing concerns related to the spread of COVID-19, preventative measures have been enacted throughout our global network of offices. Consular services remain available to Canadians. Many Government of Canada offices are encouraging clients to limit in-person visits. Canadians in need of assistance should contact the Government of Canada office nearest them by phone or e-mail before visiting in person. You can also contact the Emergency Watch and Response Centre.
For information on COVID-19, please visit the Government of Canada's official outbreak page and check our Travel Advice and Advisories. Make sure to register with the Registration of Canadians Abroad to get the latest updates at your destination.
The Canadian Trade Office in Taipei represents Canadian interests in Taiwan in the absence of formal diplomatic relations. Originally opened in 1986, the office now delivers the same services as Canada's other missions abroad. The Commercial section helps Canadian companies expand and succeed in Taiwan, and offers information and services to help Taiwanese companies do business and invest in Canada.
6F, Hua-Hsin (Citibank building), No. 1 SongZhi Road, Xinyi District, Taipei 11047, Taiwan
Executive Director of the Canadian Trade Office in Taipei
Services and information
Pay your passport fee – Canadians outside Canada and the United States
PAY ONLINE before you apply for the following passport services :
- Regular adult passports (5- and 10-year validity)
- Child passports (5-year validity)
- The administrative fee for replacing a valid lost or stolen passport ($45)
General enquiries, questions or comments.
We can provide some citizenship services to Canadian citizens, such as proof of citizenship and renouncing citizenship.
We provide consular assistance to Canadian citizens during regular office hours. Request emergency assistance after hours.
Before submitting your application to obtain or renew your Canadian passport, consult passport requirements.
A consular officer can provide notarial services such as notarizations, affidavits, and document certifications.
Cultural and educational enquiries
Promoting Canadian culture, education and other policy priorities through a variety of activities and programs.
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