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Italian flag Honorary Consulate of Italy in Portland, Oregon

Honorary ConsulBartoloni Andrea
Address121 SW Salmon Street, Suite 1030
Portland, OR 97202
USA
Phonelocal: (503) 225.0702
international: +1.503.225.0702
Faxlocal: (503) 227.0739
international: +1.503.227.0739
Emailab@bartoloni.com

» Can I visit Italy without a visa?

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Krissi
Mon, 27 Oct 2014 08:20 EDT
Student Visa Process
I am from Oregon planning on going to Italy for 1 year to study the language. How long does it take for the Portland honorary consulate to send my application to the San Francisco Italian consulate to complete the student visa process? Any information is helpful!

Also, how can I get a hold of the Portland consulate to book an appointment?? Nobody answers the phone.
Andrea Negrini
Wed, 22 Oct 2014 13:15 EDT
A.I.R.E
Hi, I'm an Italian citizen who moved to Portland about two years ago as a foreign student. About a month ago I received my two year green card and therefore became a permanent resident. My question is: How do I subscribe to the A.I.R.E? Can I do that here in Portland or do I have to go to the closest Italian Consulate, which I believe is in SF.

Thanks
Ann
Wed, 8 Oct 2014 00:50 EDT
US Citizen, Considering buying 2nd Home in Italy...VISA requirements?
Hi, I am a U.S. Citizen considering buying a second home in Italy. What are the current avenues for being able to visit/stay at that home in Italy when I want to? I do not plan to have any income earnings in Italy/EU...just looking to enjoy what Italy has to offer in the way of natural hot springs, weather and culture. I would like to know if there is a special allowance for people who own a home in Italy (paying all U.S. residence taxes 100%)...would I still need to apply for a VISA every 6 months or so?
Diane Green
Sun, 21 Sep 2014 23:10 EDT
Exchange student from Taiwan visa to Italy
I have exchange students from Taiwan who have student visas here in Portland. Are their student visas ok for a week trip to Italy? or do they need some other kind? thank you, Diane
Paris
Fri, 10 Jan 2014 16:57 EST
Invitation letter
Hi I have a friend in Italy who invite me to go there for visit. I have my green card and my passport is Philippine. What is the requirements to get a visa. Can I make an appointment cause I call a lot if times and I leave a message but there not calling me back to make an appointment Ty .
Sofia
Thu, 12 Dec 2013 02:00 EST
passport renewal
I am an italian passport holder and need to renew my italian passport. Can I do this at the Portland consulate or do I need to do this at another consulate?
Rayan
Mon, 10 Jun 2013 20:18 EDT
Summer Vacation
I am a student live in Portland and I carry a Saudi Arabian passport. I planning to go to Europe for the summer. I am planning to go to Italy, Spain, and France. How do I apply for a schengen visa to allow me to go to all of the countries above? I am planning my trip to be started from Italy. Please let me know as soon as possible. The phone posted above doesn't work, I don't know why!!?

Grazie!!
Mitul
Mon, 13 May 2013 03:20 EDT
Tourist visa for Italy
I'm an Indian living in Portland, OR. I plan to visit Italy this June.What is the procedure, costs and time that it takes to attain the visa? Can I file my application to/from the Honorary consulate in Portland?
John Paul Catanzaro
Sat, 11 May 2013 23:12 EDT
Immigration to Italy
What qualifications must I have to become an Italian citizen? My grandfather was from italy as well as all of my great grandparents
Kathy
Mon, 6 May 2013 23:11 EDT
Dual.citizenship
My mother,Bianchina, was born in 1919. She is still living. Her mother was from Naples and never became a US citizen. My grandfather did , however. I read that I would be able to qualify for dual.citizenship if all dates and facts were correct. I was born in 1954. Could you please help me locate proof of birth records etc . That would enable me to proceed with this process. I also have daughters that are young opera singers that could also benefit greatly. They will be pursuing European auditions this fall. They both have been to Italy and really feel at home there. I hope you can please help me. Thank you, Kathy

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