Where to give biometrics during coronavirus pandemic

Due to coronavirus pandemic, all biometrics centres in Canada and the US are closed. Also, many Visa Application Centres are not operational. However, we tried to prepare a list of biometrics centres that are currently open. You may also visit the official government website to double-check the accuracy of this list. In fact, we prepared this list to quickly answer the question: “Where to give biometrics during coronavirus pandemic?”

The list of biometrics centres that are open

These biometrics are currently open. We will try to update this list from time to time.

  1. Abu Dhabi – United Arab Emirates
  2. Accra – Ghana
  3. Addis Ababa – Ethiopia
  4. Ankara – Turkey
  5. Athens – Greece
  6. Auckland – New Zealand
  7. Baku – Azerbaijan
  8. Bangkok – Thailand
  9. Beijing – China
  10. Beirut – Lebanon
  11. Belgrade – Serbia
  12. Berlin – Germany
  13. Bridgetown – Barbados
  14. Bucharest – Romania
  15. Cairo – Egypt
  16. Castries – Saint Lucia
  17. Chengdu – China
  18. Chisinau – Moldova
  19. Chongqing – China
  20. Colombo – Sri Lanka
  21. Dar es Salaam – Tanzania
  22. Dubai – United Arab Emirates
  23. Düsseldorf – Germany
  24. Erbil – Iraq
  25. Guangzhou – China
  26. Hangzhou – China
  27. Hanoi – Vietnam
  28. Havana (Canadian Embassy) – Cuba
  29. Helsinki – Finland
  30. Ho Chi Minh – Vietnam
  31. Hong Kong – Hong Kong SAR
  32. Istanbul – Turkey
  33. Jinan – China
  34. Kingston – Jamaica
  35. Kingstown – Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
  36. Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia
  37. Kunming – China
  38. Kyiv – Ukraine
  39. Lviv – Ukraine
  40. Lyon – France
  41. Madrid – Spain
  42. Manama – Bahrain
  43. Montego Bay – Jamaica
  44. Nanjing – China
  45. Osaka – Japan
  46. Paris – France
  47. Phnom Penh – Cambodia
  48. Port of Spain – Trinidad and Tobago
  49. Reykjavík – Iceland
  50. Rome – Italy
  51. Sarajevo – Bosnia and Herzegovina
  52. Seoul – South Korea
  53. Shanghai – China
  54. Shenyang – China
  55. Stockholm – Sweden
  56. Suva – Fiji
  57. Sydney – Australia
  58. Taipei – Taiwan
  59. Tel Aviv – Israel
  60. The Hague – The Netherlands
  61. Tirana – Albania
  62. Tokyo – Japan
  63. Ulaanbaatar – Mongolia
  64. Vienna – Austria
  65. Warsaw – Poland

Important about the list of Visa Application Centres

This list is subject to change at any time. Visit Canada.ca for the up-to-date list. Also, click on the links to see what kind of services each office offers or book an appointment.

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    Updated: July 10, 2020

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    Al Parsai

    Al Parsai is a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC) in Toronto, Canada. He also teaches the official immigration consulting courses at Ashton College in Vancouver, Canada. Al who holds a Masters degree from Yorkville University is a member of ICCRC and CAPIC organizations. Al, the CEO of Parsai Immigration Services, has represented hundreds of applicants from more than 30 countries to the immigration authorities since January 2011.