Apply for your Dutch passport or ID card at the pop-up Consulate in Winnipeg, Manitoba
This October 22 and 23, the Consulate-General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Toronto will visit Winnipeg to facilitate Dutch passport and ID card applications at a pop-up Consulate.
The pop-up Consulate will be located in the Red Room of the ALT Hotel at 310 Donald Street in Winnipeg, Manitoba. This location is of temporary nature: on October 22 and 23 only.
Schedule an appointment
If you are a Dutch national living in Canada and interested in applying for or renewing a passport or ID card at the pop-up Consulate in Winnipeg, please read the following detailed instructions including how to schedule an appointment:
- You can schedule an appointment via the online appointment system: please first choose “Toronto” and then the product “Travel document at a location other than the Consulate".
- Each person needs their own appointment and you are advised to read the information in the appointment confirmation email carefully.
- Are you getting the message "No dates available" when you want to book your appointment for Winnipeg? This means that there are no more timeslots available. You will then need to book an appointment for application at the Embassy in Ottawa or at the Consulate-General in Toronto or Vancouver.
- Please make a personal checklist for each person at the page Applying for a passport or ID card if you live in Canada of our website. The checklist will mention the documents you will need to bring to the appointment. Please make sure to bring a photo copy of all original documents to the appointment and that your passport photo complies with regulation.
Please note that fees are payable in cash (exact amount) or by certified cheque (payable to: ‘Embassy of the Netherlands’). The passport fee needs to be submitted at the time of your appointment.
How will you receive your new travel document?
Make sure to bring a pre-paid, self-addressed “Xpress Post” envelope from Canada Post to your appointment. Choose ‘National’ for an address within Canada, or ‘International’ for abroad. A special sticker must be purchased at the post office and put on the envelope: this will require a signature upon delivery for added security. Then the new travel document will be shipped from the Consulate-General in Toronto to the given address.