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Spanish flag Consulate-General of Spain in New York

Address150 East 58th St., 30th floor
New York, NY 10155
USA
Phonelocal: (212) 355.4080
international: +1.212.355.4080
Faxlocal: (212) 644.3751
international: +1.212.644.3751
Emailcog.nuevayork@mae.es

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Comments on this Consulate-General

Patricia
Mon, 13 Jan 2014 21:09 EST
Working for el Consulado General de España in New York
My dream has always been to work in the Consulate General of Spain in NYC. I have been in there so many times for visas and have always had a great experience; the employees are so nice have always cooperated well with me. I am fluent in Spanish and English and I just really want to get a job there! How do I do this? When are they hiring?!
katia
Tue, 1 Oct 2013 10:40 EDT
Love
I love Galicia Spain, that is the place to visit,food,culture,people and specially the beaches and the mountains...So family oriented...
ashley lopez
Tue, 16 Jul 2013 16:30 EDT
tourist visa
what happen with this consulate!!!!!!!!!! we are trying to get an appointment and they don't have nothing!!!!they are supposed to help us! this is ridiculous, I feel shame.
Isabella Bedoya
Wed, 10 Jul 2013 15:43 EDT
BUSINESS VISA FOR A PERUVIAN AND PERMANENT RESIDENT OF USA
Hi,

What are the requirements for a Business Visa for a Peruvian, and permanent resident of USA.

Thank you,

Isabella
Raine Igarta
Fri, 21 Jun 2013 09:06 EDT
Schengan Visa
We are having a tough time getting an appointment for a Schengan Visa and have a very short window of opportunity.

Email addresses for the consulate are not being answered.


Raine Igarta
Nina Long
Sat, 17 Nov 2012 13:29 EST
guns
What is needed to carry guns into Spain for a hunting trip?
IRMA Z. MARCO
Thu, 4 Oct 2012 08:23 EDT
VISIT TO MADRID
To: The Consulate General
From: Irma Z. Marco
16 Ruth Ave.,
Clifton, NJ 07014
Today is exactly 31/2 months after my husband and I visited Madrid, on our way to Berlin, Germany, to celebrate with my sister, a cloistered nun, her 25th jubilee anniversary. However, all the excitements turned into a nightmare on our second day of the 5 day visit, because, my husband was pick pocketed of our cash money, about $2,800 including the $1,000 donation and gift to the nuns from friends and relatives, on our day tour to Toledo. My husband and I were so devastated and felt so bad that we wanted to get out of Madrid the soonest possible because, to begin with, the hard earned mondy, including the donation, were all gone in just a blink of an eye. According to our Tourist Guide, this is the first time it happened to her and her group. I don't know if people report incidents like this because of the limited time you have. But we decided to report to the police what happened, even if it meant spending the whole day waiting, because according to the policeman, when we went there at 9:00 A.M. the line was very long and that it would be better to come back at 7:00 P.M. which we did. Up to this time, we haven't heard anything about the result. The policemen who took the report told us that they will send the result through our Embassy here. It's been 3 1/2 months now and we never heard anything.
Up to this time, we really were not able to recover from the incident. We didn't tell anything to anyone including my 2 grown up kids. We only told them the story 2 weeks ago and they blamed us for not telling them what happened. We told them we wanted to forget everything, like it didn't happen. After knowing this, they pushed us to report this to make your tourists aware of incidents like this, for them to be careful and avoid the same thing happening to them.
With that amount of money, I could have bought a lot of things that the nuns needed, which we really planned, but this incident happened. I just prayed that whoever took this money needed it more than than we and the nuns do.
Dick Carlson
Mon, 5 Mar 2012 09:50 EST
Spain Gourmentour Magazine online
What is the link to view your magazine since it has not been sent out to me as a hard copy in a few years. Certainly do miss it. Thanks Dick
Steven Riback
Thu, 27 May 2010 14:40 EDT
First Visit
Hola,
My wife and I just returned from a two week tour of your beautiful country.It was a dream trip to celebrate our 40th wedding anniversary and we loved each day of it. The people, cities (Madrid, Toledo, Seville, Marbella, Gibraltar, Ronda, Barcelona) and food were fantastic.
I am writing this next comment as an observation you might want to address and that is the large amount of graffiti that seems to appear in each city we have visited. It takes away from the real beauty of the country and should be dealt with. Everyone on my tour felt the same way but I thought I would write you to bring an emphasis to the problem. One suggestion I could give is to ger rid of the graffiti as soon as you notice it. Leaving it on store fronts or walls just attracts more. You might also want to install cameras to catch these vandals. If they are younsters, have their parents pay the bill to clean it up.
We will return to Spain in the future and want to thank you for sharing the beauty that is your country's.

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