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Mon, 20 Nov 2017 14:51 EST
obtaining a dual passport for my son and daughter in law
good morning
I was born in greece in 1953.
migrated to australia with my greek parentsin 1960. And was soon naturalised and became an australian citizen. Have lived in Australia since.
I married an an australian and we have 3 adult children.
My son born 1985 and his wife wish to travel and move to live in greece and surrounding european countries for a few years.
Do they qualify for a dual passport and what is required to apply for one?
Sat, 2 May 2015 01:54 EDT
how to make a booking appointment visa schengen
i need to know how make a booking and appointment entry visa.
Dr. Pau Paris
Sun, 11 Jan 2015 17:46 EST
Let's be fair
I've been reading some of these comments and I've got to say, some of these people believe in myths still, some 2014 years later. As a third generation Aussie Greek (Maternal) and second generation Aussie Greek (Paternal), I found Greece, when I went there in 2010, very vibrant and the local Greeks charming; they were living a wonderful life. Compared to London, Paris and Rome; Athens had the most advanced and modern Subway Metro Railway network, an amazing freeway from Kalamata to Thessaloniki, and their Acropolis Museum was next to none! Their Ferries were bustling floating cities, gunning across the Argeon Sea at incredible knots. And the people were working their butts off in hospitality late through the night into the early mornings. You people need to understand, there is the Media truth and then there is the REALITY truth. Millions of Greeks in Greece live a great (perfect?) life!
Sat, 31 May 2014 01:04 EDT
do I need an appointment
to visit the office 300 Flinders St to discuss various matters relating to an estate in Atsiki, Limnos

please email your reply
anastasia pastrikos
Tue, 24 Sep 2013 08:04 EDT
renewing greek passports
Hi I am enquiring for my friends who need to renew the greek passports in january 2014. 4 adults will need to renew. Please let me know asap. Thanks anastasia
Wed, 19 Dec 2012 23:42 EST
You need to look harder Liako
Having been to Greece 3 times in the last 10 years and swearing that I will never set foot in that place again, I think it you who needs to look further Liako.
When you have to wait 2 days in a line at a Birth Registry to just get a birth certificate or 3 hours in a bank to take your own money out while the staff are having coffee and discussing their weekend, you realize what a malaise the country is in.
In regard to the Consulate here, I would have to strongly agree with Marsha. The service is shocking. I had to wait nearly a year to get my Greek passport. I won't have anything bad said about Mrs Eleni though. She is a real trier and if more of the staff in that office took a leaf from her book, maybe things might improve.
Mon, 15 Oct 2012 00:58 EDT
Dimitris, Periklis - Guys you've been misled. If you think what is happening in Greece is because of the people working in an unorganised fashion or that they do not provide a service then I feel for you. The troika is very bad. They are destroying our motherland and CEO's of Golden Sachs etc live off the misery of Greek citizens. It's that simple. Don't believe the media for your source of fact is all I'll tell you. Dig a little deeper.

Marsha Brady - Do you speak English? I'd like to understand what you've written.
Fri, 28 Sep 2012 10:00 EDT
That is the big issue Perikli, they get paid and they do not provide service, in addition they carry on with problems they have etc etc The 'bad' troika asked government to expel more than 150,000 public sector servants so far nothing happened! to the opposite more than 1.5 million lost their jobs. 1 in public equals the cost of 3 in the private sector!!!
Thu, 14 Jun 2012 20:28 EDT
where can we find how much tax is owed on propity and where can we pay it
Wed, 9 May 2012 22:38 EDT
Now I understand
We read about Greece in the papers and are saddened by the news of what is happening in our motherland and wonder how on earth a country could allow itself to get into such a mess.

It can easily be explained - simply go for a visit to the Greek Consulate in Adelaide and ask for assistance. This very small office is a fine example of how Greece runs and why it is in the mess it is in.....Why visit the zoo when you can go see all the monkeys there.....

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