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AddressThe Four Ambassadors
825 Brickell Bay Drive, Suite 1450
Miami, FL 33131
USA
Phonelocal: (305) 377.6700
international: +1.305.377.6700
Faxlocal: (305) 377.9936
international: +1.305.377.9936
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Rodmy
Thu, 3 Jul 2014 00:26 EDT
Swiss francs
I received 3500 swiss francs from my uncle and I realized that the bills were from the 6th series, the series before the current one, I know that even when it is not circulating they have the same value than the current bills until may of 2020 but when I tried to change it any bank accepted the bill they only change the current series. could you please give me some information about where can I change this francs without traveling Switzerland? I would be very thankful if you help me with this.
Liz
Sat, 14 Jun 2014 22:51 EDT
Traveling with my kid
Hello, I am planing to travel to Zurich with my kid but my husband will be traveling in a different day, will we need an special document to arrive to Zurich? Like a special permit from him to me? Please let me know. My husband and I are Venezuelan but our kid is an american citizen. Thank you so much
elnaz
Thu, 29 May 2014 14:32 EDT
transit visa
heloo my natinolity is iranian i hold iranian passport but i am living in usa and i have green card my baby is american and she has american and also iranian pasport.i have ticket from miami to zurich and then to frankfort and then to tehran do i need to get a transit visa or not ?
thanks for your help .
Corina Robyn
Wed, 7 May 2014 21:41 EDT
Lost or Stolen Passports
We have either lost or have our passports stollen, we need to issue new passports for my children. Also I just got divorced and need to change my name in my passport.
Is it possible to do this in Brickell office or do we need to travel to Atlanta.
I have tried contacting Atlanta but it is hard to get response.
I appreciate in advance,

Corina Robyn
accsr@hotmail.com
Ryan Chris
Sat, 8 Mar 2014 12:37 EST
Travelling to Switzerland
Good Day. I am a US resident holding a passport from Trinidad and Tobago. I would like to travel to Zurich Switzerland for approximately 10 days. If i require a VISA, i would like to know the procedure in getting a VISA. Please help me. Thank you.
jeannette faciolince
Sat, 1 Mar 2014 20:13 EST
education
I am an american citizen my son is an american born he is 13 years old. I like to know what i need to get information for education for my son in switzerland,
is there any free education in your country .please reply to me asap thanks
GIRALDILLA
Thu, 19 Dec 2013 12:00 EST
ANSWER TO LAZARO
LAZARO,
YOU WILL NEED 2 PASSPORT PICTURES AND YOUR ORIGINAL BIRTH CERTIFICATE TO GET YOUR CUBAN PASSPORT. YOU CAN GO TO ANY TRAVEL AGENCY THAT WORKS WITH CUBAN MATTERS OR VISIT THE CUBAN INTERESTS SECTION WEBSITE IF YOU PREFER TO DO IT BY YOURSELF.
QUESTIONS? CALL ME 305-316-4309
Lazaro Roig
Tue, 10 Dec 2013 15:40 EST
Cuban Passport
How can I acquire a Cuban passport? I was born in Cuba, currently a US Resident. Have my Cuban Birth Certificate.
Andy Hernandez
Tue, 30 Jul 2013 21:36 EDT
I need some information
Hello, my grandfather is from switzerland and my mother never got her citizenship. What do I need to do to get the citizenship? I am a us resident and I was born in Colombia. I will appreciate your help. My e-mail is rosandy63@yahoo.com.
Regina Ann Theisen
Wed, 3 Jul 2013 12:36 EDT
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