US Consulates in Canada

US visa applicants can book a visa interview at any of the following US missions in Canada. Applicants requiring urgent visa appointments due to unforeseen circumstances like a death must fax or email the relevant consulate or the consular section of the embassy. The fax or email must be entitled ‘Expedited Visa Appt. Request: name of applicant + applicant’s Appointment Confirmation Number.”




Embassy of the United States  Ottawa 

Consular Section U.S. Embassy 
490 Sussex Drive
Ottawa, Ontario 
K1P 5T1

Tel: 613-688-5335
Fax: 613-688-3082


Consulate General of the United States Calgary 

615 Macleod Trail, S.E. 
Suite 1000 
Calgary, Alberta 
T2G 4T8

Fax: 403-263-2241


Consulate General of the United States  Halifax

Suite 904, Purdy’s Wharf Tower II 
1969 Upper Water Street 
NS   B3J 3R7

Tel: 902-429-2480
Fax: 902-423-6861


Consulate General of the United States Montréal 

1155 rue St-Alexandre 
H3B 1Z1

Tel: 514-398-9695
Fax: 514-398-9748 



Consulate General of the United States Québec

2 Place Terrasse Dufferin 
(Vieux Quebec, behind Château Frontenac) 
Québec City
G1R 4T9

Tel: 418-692-2095
Fax: 418-692-4640


United States Consulate General Toronto 

360 University Avenue
M5G 1S4

Entrance for non-immigrant visa appointments is:
225 Simcoe Street
M5G 1S4

Tel: 416.595.1700 

Consulate General of the United States Vancouver 

1075 West Pender Street
V6E 2M6

Tel: 604-685-4311
Fax: 604-685-7175 


Consulate of the United States of America Winnipeg

201 Portage Avenue, Suite 860 
Manitoba R3B 3K6

Tel: 204.940.1800 
Fax: 204.940.1809


The US Consulates and Embassy are closed on US public holidays


IVT does not guarantee the approval of your US visa. Inaccurate or incomplete US visa application forms may lead to you being denied a US visa.

Visiting the U.S.
Holding a valid visa does not guarantee entry into America; this is decided at the port of entry by the U.S. immigration officer reviewing your documents. On arrival, the immigration officer will inspect your passport and visa and present you with Form I-94. On this form, the officer will record the length of time you can stay in the US, this may be different to the term specified on your visa. You must leave the US on or before the date logged on the I-94 document. Failure to do so will prevent you from obtaining future entry into the US.

Visa Process
The non-immigrant visa process consists of two steps; Filing an application form with a US Embassy or Consulate in your country of permanent residence and attending a mandatory visa interview with a Consular official who will decide your eligibility for a visa. applicants aged under 14 or over 79 do not have to attend an interview. Some countries require two interviews.
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