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Italian flag Consulate-General of Italy in New York

Address690 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10065
USA
Phonelocal: (212) 439.8600
international: +1.212.439.8600
Faxlocal: (212) 249.4945
international: +1.212.249.4945
Emailinfo.newyork@esteri.it
Web sitewww.consnewyork.esteri.it

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Lin
Wed, 5 Nov 2014 15:52 EST
Service dogs
If my service dog sits with me on the plane , what papers besides my passport do I need to show customs about the dog? Grazie
Rosemary Fribourg
Sun, 5 Oct 2014 15:00 EDT
In need of a local Italian consulate in Albany, NY
My neighbor (Italian born) is having papers sent to her regarding property she is part owner of in Italy. The papers need to be signed by the Italian consulate. Does anyone know where I can find an office in Albany, NY?
Joe
Sat, 4 Oct 2014 11:21 EDT
Rude employees
I agree with the above. I have never experienced a more unprofessional environment. Poor interpersonal skills. Unprofessional service skills. Rude and nasty. The nicest person in the entire building was the guard behind the window at the door who probably gets paid a lot less than the nasty employees within the building. My father was born in Italy and came here when he was 17. He would be ashamed to say that he was associated with these Italians who work in this building. They forget they are in the USA. They need an attitude adjustment.
maurizio mercuri
Mon, 18 Aug 2014 11:36 EDT
italian consulate is no different that others
I read posts about the employees of the consulate being rude, and I just wanted to write a few comments. if you visited other consulates from other nations, you will most likely get the same attitude, these people are there to act as gatekeepers, and not as travel agents, they are usually under staffed, and overwhelmed with worl loads, especially during the high season summer months, also many people do not bother to go there prepared with all the docs they will need, as a matter of fact what government agencies here in the U.S.A do you know of treat you like a guest at the ritz carlton? they are not selling you anything, they are checking, and processing you..keep that in mind when you visit any consulate, and trust me American consulates over seas, are no different.
Dan Brown
Thu, 31 Jul 2014 12:52 EDT
Woman on phone from NYC consulate
What a bitch.
Victoria Zolezzi
Fri, 25 Jul 2014 06:48 EDT
Italian Citizenship
Both of my parents were born in Italy. How do I go about getting citizenship for me and my children.
Denise E. Botto
Fri, 18 Jul 2014 18:37 EDT
Seeking information on obtaining Italian citizenship
I am the daughter of a mother born in Italy. I have heard I am eligible for Italian citizenship, If this is true, I am looking for information on beginning this process.

Thank you for any help you can offer.
thre
Mon, 30 Jun 2014 15:33 EDT
visa
i cannot get an apt to go to italy its been 2 month sim getting appt my travel date is august 14
Carmela Destefano
Wed, 28 May 2014 09:58 EDT
Attorney
Looking for real estate Attorney in Napoli Itay
Galass
Thu, 8 May 2014 14:49 EDT
Italain Consulate
the Italian consulate in new York is the worse consulate that I ever been to. they are so unprofessional, so un patient, so disrespectful. And most of all they must be out of their minds. they act like people who are asking for an Italian visa they wanted to live there, can you imagine living in United States of America the greatest place on Earth yet willing to move to an other country specially a country such as Italy. I am a US permanent resident. And I love it. The reason I am doing this is because a few days ago I went to the Italian consulate to request a visa so that I can visit Italy for 2 weeks they act like I want to go there just to stay,wowwow

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