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German flag Honorary Consulate of Germany in Salt Lake City

Honorary ConsulCharles W. Dahlquist II
AddressKirton & Mc Conkie
1800 Eagle Gate Tower
60 East South Temple
Salt Lake City, UT 84111-1004
USA
Phonelocal: (801) 321.4807
international: +1.801.321.4807
Faxlocal: (801) 321.4893
international: +1.801.321.4893
Emailcdahlquist@kmclaw.com
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Bianca Williams
Wed, 8 Jul 2015 04:17 EDT
Renew my german passport
My husband and I we are station in Hill afb, I was wondering if I could come to your consulate to renew my german passport. And what kind of paper work I need from Germany
Werner Pekarek
Mon, 14 Jan 2013 17:22 EST
Notarize signature
I would like to make an appointment to notarize my signature for a property sale in Germany.

Please contact me at my cell 801 512 9497

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