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Passports

1. General Information

At the Consulate General of Italy in Toronto, unless there are impediments, passports are issued on the same day of the appointment, shortly after acquiring biometric data of the applicant.

This “express” service is possible only if the applicant is registered with AIRE with an updated residence address in this consular jurisdiction (Ontario, Manitoba and the North West Territories, with some exceptions indicated below).

In order to apply for a passport appointment with this Consulate you must be:

  • an Italian citizen
  • registered with AIRE with an updated residence address in this consular district.

The consular jurisdiction of this Consulate consists of: Manitoba, the North West Territories and Ontario, with some exceptions. For the city of Ottawa and the counties of Carleton, Dundas, Glengarry, Grenville, Prescott, Russel and Stormont it is necessary to contact the Embassy of Italy in Ottawa.

If you are a resident of another consular jurisdiction, or if you reside in Italy, this Consulate must contact the relevant Consular Office or Police Headquarters in Italy and receive authorization to issue your document, with consequent longer waiting times.

2. How to book an appointment 

The appointment for the issuance of a new passport must be booked through the online booking system Prenot@Mi.

To request an appointment, applicants must register on the Prenot@mi portal.

You can also book an appointment to file an application for a new passport with our Honorary Vice Consulates (currently: Hamilton, Niagara Falls, Sarnia, Sudbury, Thunder Bay, Winnipeg). The Honorary Vice Consul will receive your application and take care of acquiring your biometrics (fingerprints, photo, signature). Honorary Vice Consuls receive applications of those who are residents of their respective jurisdictions. For information on jurisdictions and contact details of the Honorary Network, click here.


NOTICE TO APPLICANTS: The 2024 Calendar is available on the web portal Prenot@mi. “70Plus” and Emergency services remain active. For further information, click here. For information on how to book your passport appointment through Prenot@mi, click here.


Booking calendar for passport service is open for 30 days, and assigns appointments every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

If there are no available slots, users are invited to try again several times in the following days, and eventually to register on the waiting list, which offers all those registered on the list, as a priority, any cancelled appointments, but also a part of the new slots available made available on a rolling basis.

ATTENTION: if you decline the appointment offered via the “waiting list”, you will be automatically canceled from the list and will have to start the booking procedure from the beginning.

An alternative booking service is available only for Italian nationals aged 70 and above. 
Please refer to the page dedicated to the service: 70 Plus.

PLEASE NOTE: The minor/infant child born to a parent (one or both) currently in possession of Italian citizenship is an Italian citizen. Therefore, the parent must not submit an application for recognition of Italian citizenship in favor of the minor/infant in order to subsequently submit an application for the issuance of a passport, but must proceed with sending the request for transcription of the birth certificate to this Consulate General, as indicated here.