VISA SERVICES CANADA

"I have no borders"

900-275 Slater Street
Ottawa, ON K1P 5H9
Phone: (613) 231-7054

PAKISTAN

The Islamic Republic of Pakistan

Do I Need a Visa to Visit Pakistan?

Canadian citizens using Canadian passports require a visa to enter Pakistan.

Nationals of the following countries do not need a visa: Hong Kong, Iceland, Maldives, Nepal, Samoa, Tonga, Trinidad & Tobago, Zambia; UN laissez passer.

Nationals of the following countries need an airport transit visa:
All countries, *EXCEPT transit passengers using the same or first connecting aircraft who do not leave the airport.

All other nationals will need a visa.


Canadians who are resident in Ottawa (national capital region 613/819), NS, NB, PEI, NFLD, NWT and Nunavut can apply online and through our Ottawa office.

CLICK HERE for a PAKISTAN VISA APPLICATION for residents of Ottawa (NCR 613/819), NS, NB, PEI, NFLD, NWT and Nunavut



Canadians who are resident in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Yukon; or in Ontario (not Ottawa/NCR); or Quebec, must apply directly to the local Pakistani consulate near them.

Canadians who live in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Yukon region must apply directly to the Pakistan Consulate General in Vancouver: Suite 1400 - 510, West Hastings Street, Vancouver BC, V6B 1L8 Tel: (604) 569-1415

Canadians who live in Ontario (no Ottawa or national capital region 613) must apply directly to the Pakistan Consulate General in Toronto: 7880 Keele Street, Vaughan Onatio L4K 4G7 Tel: (905) 532-0042

Canadians who live in Quebec (not the national capital region 819) must apply directly to the Pakistan Consulate General in Montreal: 3421 Peel Street, Montreal QC, H3A 1W7 Tel: (514) 845-2297

WARNINGS:
1) Israeli passport holders will not be allowed to enter Pakistan, even in transit.
2) Afghanistan passport holders will be refused entry if they boarded or transited through India.
3) Taiwanese passports may only be used for transit.

*** TRAVEL WARNING ***

For more information about travel conditions in Pakistan please visit the Foreign Affairs Web site.