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Georgian flag Consulate-General of Georgia in New York

Address144 East 44th St., 4th Floor
New York, NY 10017
USA
Phonelocal: (212) 922.1722
international: +1.212.922.1722
Faxlocal: (212) 922.1707
international: +1.212.922.1707
Emailnewyork.con@mfa.gov.ge
HoursMonday-Friday, 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

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Donna Bailey
Mon, 10 Nov 2014 22:25 EST
Visa to Georgia
I am planning to travel to Georgia in July to visit my 3 previous exchange students - do I need a VISA to go to Georgia? Also I currently have a Georgian Exchange student living with me and we are coming to visit New York can we come by and visit the office? We are coming in March 2015
Elene
Sun, 19 Oct 2014 16:40 EDT
Chemi shvili" 28 clis, aris Amerikis Residenti ( green card) , dabadebulia Sakrtveloshi.
Unda miigos Sakrtvalos mokalakeoba. Tu sheizleba gagvarkviot Ra sabutebi schirdeba da vis mivmartod.
Didi pativiscemit,
Elene.
nino
Fri, 17 Oct 2014 20:31 EDT
Mainteresebs aris tu ara ormagi mokalskeoba sakartveloshi dashvebuli da sheidkeba tu ara gavuketo bavshvs mudmivi matxovreblis upleba sakartvwloshi.
tamta
Fri, 17 Oct 2014 10:40 EDT
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mogesalmebit.ak ki aceria GEORGIAN CONSULATE IN NEW YORK,magram radgan world embassyc aceria gdavcyvite momecera, vcxovrob europashi,italiashi, meugle aris (qveyana) ghanadan, chveni shvili aris 2 clis da jer pasporti saertod ar aqvs, anu arcerti qvenis mokalaqe ar aris, mainteresebs tu gavuketebt pirveli ghanis pasports,ramdeniad shesadzlebelia gavuketo ormagi anu sakartvelos mokalaqeobac? da ra sirtuleebtan aris dakavshirebuli? anu uaris shemtxvevashi ra sheidzleba iyos mizezi? bavshvi mamis gvarzea da tu mama cinaagmdegi ar ikneba pirdapir saqartvelos mokalakeoba da pasportis ageba ramdenad aris shesadzlebeli? didi madloba cinascar,.tu pasuxi dadebitia ertsa da meore shemtxvevashi anu (shesadzlebeli) ra sabutebi unda carvadgino orive shemtxvevashi saqartvelos saelchoshi italiashi?
gaga
Tue, 23 Sep 2014 15:40 EDT
Gamarjobat me Gaga var saswavlo vizit da noembershi vada gasdis social security shemedzlo amego exla gviania f1 vizaa ra ssheidzleba gavaketo rom werigshi moviyvano
Mariam
Fri, 19 Sep 2014 16:37 EDT
Conscerning my visit to Georgia for the second time this year (Greencard holder)
Hi,
I am a permanent resident of the United States and I am planning a trip to Georgia for the second time this year and I want to make sure I won't encounter any problems. My first visit was in the winter of 2014 for 1.5 months and my next visit is planned from Dec15,2014-Jan15,2015. As I understand I should be ok as long as I don't leave the United States for more than 6 months. Please confirm this with me. Your help is much appreciated.
Thank you
(310)308 2599
gaga tsertsvadze
Mon, 7 Jul 2014 22:36 EDT
Gamarjobat me studentis statusit chamovedi rogor sheidzleba movikce minda viswavlo sabutebi gavaketo da vicxovro aq .me ra pirobebi da shansebi maqvs dzalian mchirdeba tqveni daxmareb sruliad marto var da damikavshirdit gtxoovt. .3473379159
ninutsa Nadirashvili
Thu, 3 Jul 2014 23:10 EDT
pasporti
dzalian gtxovt gamagebinet ramden xanshi sheidzleba pasportis ganaxleba qartulis?
HYAE SUK
Wed, 18 Jun 2014 13:30 EDT
TRAVEL VISA
DOES US CITIZENS NEED TRAVEL VISA TO TRAVEL TO GEORGIA?
PLEASE RESPOND ASAP.
THANK YOU

HYAE SUK
Donara Mchedlidze
Wed, 4 Jun 2014 11:50 EDT
My ID
I need my new ID.
What papers do I need and when can have appointment?

Thank you.

dorame0129@gmail.com

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