Consular Services Unavailable
There will be no consular services until further notice, due to an ongoing labor dispute involving Israel's global diplomatic and consular corps.
We apologize for any inconvenience.
If you are dismayed or concerned about the damage these labor sanctions may have on Israel, its supporters and its diplomatic and public work, you are invited to write to us, and we will ensure that your feedback is conveyed to the relevant authorities in Jerusalem. Such feedback may well help us resolve this dispute quickly.
It is our hope that that we will be able to return to our work providing consular services and promoting Israel-Canada ties quickly.
Thank you for your understanding.
For consular services please arrange an appointment on our website.
Due to regulation changes,
All police certificate need to be mailed to the requesting office by registered mail.
Please provide a pre-paid addressed registered envelope to the requesting office when applying for the police certificate.
Failure to do so would prevent us from sending the certificate.
You will have to be present at the Consulate if you need to do one of the following actions - If your action relates to a child or minor, they must be present at the consulate as well: (you won’t be able to sign in front of a notary public and to mail it to the consulate)
a. Application for first passport – if you never had an Israeli passport before.
b. Application for renewing / extending passport for a minor. – if the parents are married the presence of one of them is enough in some cases.
c. Application for a passport due to loss / theft / destruction of a passport..
d. Notification of the birth of an Israeli citizen abroad – the presence of one parent is needed the child does not need to come to the Consulate.
e. Notification of change in marital status.
f. Notification of change of name.
g. Application of waiver of Israeli citizenship.