Marriage to a Comoran Citizen
Every country has laws that apply to its citizens marrying a person from a different country. Getting married to a Comoran citizen to bring them to Canada to live eventually is a process with many steps.
You must demonstrate to Comoran officials that they are not currently married to anyone else – either you have never been married, or all divorces are finalized – that your identity is proven and that you have never committed any crimes in Comoros. This is done by providing various documents, including an Affidavit of Single Status, to the Comoran government either in Comoros or via a Comoran embassy.
If you want to bring your Comoran spouse or partner to live in Canada, you must then file a sponsorship application for them to become a permanent resident. If they would like to visit you in Canada while their application is in process, they must also apply for a visitor visa. For more information, please see our family sponsorship page and our visitor visa page.
Comoran Marriage Basic Requirements
In order to marry a citizen of Comoros, you must demonstrate to the Comoran government that you are eligible to do so. This includes:
- Proof of country of birth
- Proof of single status
- Proof of age requirement
If your Comoran spouse has dependent children, this does not affect the Comoran Marriage document application.
If you have dependent children, they have no effect on the application to marry a Comoran citizen.
Calling Comoros from Canada
The contry code for Comoros is 269 and there are no area codes so dial:
011 – 269 – local number
Calling Canada from Comoros
Dial 00 – 1 – area code – local number
List of Area Codes in Canada
|Alberta||403 / 587 (southern Alberta)
587 / 780 (central and northern Alberta)
|BC||236 / 250 / 778 (majority of BC)
236 / 604 / 778 (Metro Vancouver)
|Ontario||226 / 519 (southwestern Ontario)
249 / 705 (northeastern Ontario)
289 / 365 / 905 (Greater Toronto Area)
343 / 613 (eastern Ontario)
416 / 647 (Toronto)
807 (northwestern Ontario)
|Manitoba||204 / 431||PEI||782 / 902|
|New Brunswick||506||Quebec||418 / 581 (eastern Quebec)
438 / 514 (Montreal)
450 / 579 (Greater Montreal)
819 / 873 (remainder of Quebec)
|Newfoundland and Labrador||709||Saskatchewan||306 / 639|
|Nova Scotia||782 / 902|
Comoros is 3 hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time. Comoros does not participate in Daylight Saving Time.
|Canadian Time Zone||# of Hours
Comoros is Ahead
|# of Hours during DST|
|Pacific (BC, Yukon)||11 hours||10 hours|
|Mountain (Alberta, western Nunvaut, Lloydminster, Saskatchewan)||10 hours||9 hours|
|Saskatchewan||9 hours||9 hours|
|Central (Manitoba, Northwest Territories, central Nunavut, northwestern Ontario)||9 hours||8 hours|
|Eastern (most of Ontario, most of Quebec)||8 hours||7 hours|
|Atlantic (Labrador, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, PEI, eastern Quebec)||7 hours||6 hours|
|Newfoundland||6.5 hours||5.5 hours|
Emergency Information for Canadians in Comoros
There is no Canadian diplomatic mission in Comoros. To obtain assistance, contact the Canadian High Commission in Dar es Salaam:
High Commission of Canada in Dar es Salaam
38 Mirambo Street
Telephone: 255 (22) 216-3300
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Canadian Government’s Travel Alerts for Comoros
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