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Latvian Relief Society of Canada Annual General Meeting.

Foto: Laimons Ozols

 

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Vēstniecība aicina pieteikties pasu un personas apliecību noformēšanai konsulārā izbraukuma laikā

Toronto 25. maijā

 

Latvijas vēstniecība Kanādā aicina pieteikties pasu un personu apliecību noformēšanai.

Pieteikšanās

Apmeklētājus lūdzam pieteikties, sūtot pietiekumus uz vēstniecības e-pastu consulate.canada@mfa.gov.lv, obligāti norādot savu kontaktinformāciju (telefonu, e-pastu).

Lai pieteiktos, iepriekš uz Latvijas vēstniecību Kanādā jānosūta šādi dokumenti:

Latvijas pases kopija;

Dokumenta, kas apliecina legālu uzturēšanos Kanādā (Kanādas pase, permanent resident card, Kanādas vīza), kopija;

ja pasi pieprasa pirmo reizi – dzimšanas apliecības kopija un / vai apliecinājums par personas koda piešķiršanu.

Minēto dokumentu oriģināli obligāti jāuzrāda, ierodoties uz pieteikuma noformēšanu.

 

Bērni

Bērniem līdz 15 gadu vecumam pasi pieprasa tas bērna vecāks, kas ir Latvijas pilsonis.

Vecākam ir jāuzrāda sava pases kopija, kā arī dokumenta, kas apliecina legālu uzturēšanos Kanādā, kopija.

No 15 gadu vecuma persona pati var pieteikties pases saņemšanai.
Ja bērnam vēl nav piešķirts personas kods, jāsazinās iepriekš ar vēstniecību, lai bērnu reģistrētu par pilsoni.

 


 

Cenrādis

Lūdzam ņemt vērā, ka cenas var mainīties atbilstoši valūtas kursam.

Pase – 140 CAD

Pase un personas apliecība (ID karte) – 160 CAD

Pase personām, kuras nav sasniegušas 20 gadu vecumu vai ir pensijas vecumā – 110 CAD

Pase un personas apliecība (ID karte) personām, kuras nav sasniegušas 20 gadu vecumu vai ir pensijas vecumā – 130 CAD

Pases nosūtīšana uz personas norādīto dzīvesvietu Kanādā – 25 CAD

Svarīgi!

Maksājuma veids – debetkarte vai kredītkarte.

 

Pieteikuma noformēšanas ilgums – aptuveni 20 minūtes.

Jaunā pase tiks izgatavota un nodota pases pieprasītājam vidēji 4-6 nedēļu laikā. Pases un personas apliecības tiek izgatavotas Rīgā un tiek nosūtītas uz vēstniecību ar diplomātisko pastu.

Ja pase ir pazaudēta, jāiesniedz visi dokumenti un paziņojums par pases zudumu, kurā detalizēti jāapraksta pases nozaudēšanas laiks, vieta un apstākļi. Ja pase nozagta vai nolaupīta, tad jāiesniedz policijas izziņa.

Ja ir pazaudēts personas kods, jāsazinās ar vēstniecību, lai noskaidrotu Iedzīvotāju reģistrā Jūsu personas kodu, pēc citiem Jūsu datiem (vārda, uzvārda, dzimšanas datuma, vietas).

Ja ir mainījies uzvārds noslēdzot/šķirot laulību, tad vispirms ir jāveic izmaiņas Iedzīvotāju reģistrā un tikai tad var pieteikties pases saņemšanai.

Jautājumu gadījumā, kā arī, ja ir nepieciešams saņemt kādu citu konsulāro pakalpojumu / konsultāciju no vēstniecības izbraukuma laikā lūdzam sazināties ar vēstniecību pa tālruni 613-238-6014 vai rakstot uz e-pastu: consulate.canada@mfa.gov.lv.

Latvijas vēstniecība Kanādā patur tiesības atcelt vai pārcelt pasu izbraukumu tehnisku iemeslu dēļ vai gadījumos, kad netiek saņemts atbilstošs pietikumu skaits.

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News Release

 

Technical Arrangement to support NATO Enhanced Forward Presence in Latvia

 

April 18, 2017 – Ottawa – National Defence / Canadian Armed Forces

 

Canada is a leading member of NATO that has always deployed our troops and equipment when and where they are needed most. The Government of Canada is committed to taking concrete action so that Canadians – and people around the world – can feel safe and secure in their communities. Canada will lead a robust multinational NATO battlegroup in Latvia, becoming one of four Framework Nations, as part of the Alliance’s enhanced Forward Presence (eFP) in Central and Eastern Europe.

 

A Technical Arrangement was signed by Brigadier-General Bruce Ploughman, Chief of Staff Readiness Canadian Joint Operations Command, and Brigadier-General Ivo Mogilnijs, Chief of Staff of the Joint Headquarters of the Latvian National Armed Forces today during a ceremony in Riga, Latvia, in the presence of His Excellency Alain Hausser, the Ambassador of Canada to Latvia, and Brigadier-General (retired) Juris Kiukucāns, Executive Secretary for Military Capability Development, Latvian Ministry of Defence.

 

The Technical Arrangement between Canada and Latvia outlines the general principles, conditions and terms of reference governing the establishment and operation of the NATO eFP Battlegroup.

 

The Department of National Defence and the Canadian Armed Forces are committed to the successful establishment of the NATO eFP Battlegroup. The timely establishment of this arrangement demonstrates our resolve to work hand-in-hand with our NATO Allies.

 

Quotes

 

“This event brings us one step closer to the arrival of Canadian Armed Forces personnel in Latvia, alongside our partners from Albania, Italy, Poland, Slovenia and Spain. Our leadership of the enhanced Forward Presence Battlegroup reaffirms our unwavering commitment to NATO and its goal of collective security.”

 

Harjit S. Sajjan, Defence Minister

 

“I am pleased that Canada led battlegroup will be soon deployed in Latvia, and this arrangement is the basis of its successful deployment in our country and provision of host nation support for it. Latvia is a member of the strongest military alliance in the world, and the presence of Canada led battle group in Latvia will strengthen our security significantly.”

 

Raimonds Bergmanis, Latvian Defence Minister

 

“We will soon be deploying a sizable force to Latvia to strengthen NATO’s posture in Central and Eastern Europe. The women and men of the Canadian Armed Forces are among the best in the world, and I am confident our presence will effectively promote security and stability in the region. “

 

General Jonathan Vance, Chief of the Defence Staff

 

Quick Facts

 

  • Canada will be establishing its largest sustained military presence on Allied territory since the early 1990s by leading a multinational eFP Battlegroup in Latvia as part of Operation REASSURANCE.

 

  • Canada will contribute a Land Task Force of up to 455 personnel including a battlegroup headquarters element, a mechanized infantry company, combat service support, vehicles and equipment based in Latvia to support NATO’s eFP in Eastern and Central Europe.

 

  • As announced by the Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in July 2016, Canada has committed land, sea and air assets to further strengthen NATO’s deterrence and defence posture and to further assure our Allies of NATO’s commitment to our common security under Operation REASSURANCE.

 

  • The presence of the Canadian-led eFP Battlegroup is defensive, proportionate and fully in line with NATO’s international commitments.

 

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Associated Links

 

Boosting NATO’s Presence in the east and southeast

OP REASSURANCE

 

Contacts

 

Jordan Owens Press Secretary Office of the Minister of National Defence (613) 996-3100

 

Media Relations

Department of National Defence

Phone: 613-996-2353

Toll-Free: 1-866-377-0811

Email: mlo-blm@forces.gc.ca

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PRESS RELEASE

 Unique Flag of Latvia arrives in Vancouver on its global journey!

  The Latvian Flag and the Latvian Diaspora

Next year, on the 18th of November 2018, Latvia will celebrate the 100th anniversary of its Declaration of Independence and the founding of the State of Latvia. This was the culmination of a long and bitter struggle against the feudal Czarist regime. It resulted in a flowering of the country, economically and culturally. Unfortunately, World War II, the occupation by Germany and then the invading forces of Communist Russia resulted in thousands of Latvians fleeing the country and becoming refugees. Most of these people were resettled to the far corners of the world, to Australia, Argentina, Canada and many other countries.

As they settled into their new lands, they kept alive the memory of their homeland. They maintained their cultural identity through Latvian societies, church congregations, choral and traditional dance groups. The collapse of communism and the Soviet system enabled Latvia, once again, to become independent and free. With this came freedom of movement. Many sought new opportunities in other parts of the world, and so a new diaspora was formed.

To commemorate the anniversary of independence, and to permit all Latvians globally to feel part of this event, a unique Flag was hand crafted in Cesis, Latvia. It is travelling throughout the world, with a commemorative book for messages and comments. This flag will be in Vancouver next week. A flag ceremony and celebration will take place from 4:00 to 6:00 P.M. at the Redeemer Lutheran church.

For more information please contact:

Andrew Krumins

Director – Latvian Society of British Columbia

Cell: 604-970-8652

Email: ajkrumins@gmail.com

 

Latvian Flag Ceremony in Vancouver

 

Saturday April 15, 2017

4:00 – 6:00 P.M.

Redeemer Lutheran Church

1499 Laurier Ave

Vancouver B.C.

 

Latvian Flag Information from the Latvian Cultural Ministry

www.president.lv/pk/content/?art_id=24704

http://lv100.lv/en/programme/calendar/way-of-latvian-flag-canada/

 

 

 

 

 

 

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