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U.S. Citizen Services
 

If you are an American citizen with an afterhours emergency, please call 514-981-5059 for assistance.

All other inquiries should be emailed to Montreal-ACS@state.gov.

For general information on the services provided to American citizens in Canada, please visit our main Embassy website.

The American Citizen Services (ACS) office at the U.S. Consulate General in Montreal provides a wide range of services to Americans in Montreal and to Canadians who have dealings with U.S. Government institutions. These services include assistance to Americans in emergency situations; passport renewals and issuances; registration of children born abroad to U.S. citizen parent(s); notary services; voting assistance; Selective Service registrations; and applications for U.S. Social Security numbers (SSNs) or taxpayer identification numbers (TINs). In addition, we can provide general information on absentee voting and U.S. federal income tax.

Please note that all American citizen services require an appointment. To book an appointment, please use the State Department ACS Appointment System.

Learn more about qualifying for U.S. citizenship.

Important Information for U.S. Citizens Considering the Use of Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) Abroad.

Our offices are located at 1155 Saint-Alexandre Street, between René-Lévesque Boulevard and Sainte-Catherine Street West.

Emergency Contact Information

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LGBT Travel Information for U.S. Citizens Traveling Abroad

  • "By fighting for the rights of so many others, we realize that 'gay rights are human rights, and human rights are gay rights.'" Secretary Clinton, December 6, 2011

    For more information, please visit Travel.State.gov.

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