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Greek flag Consulate-General of Greece in Chicago

Address650 North St. Clair St.
Chicago, IL 60611
USA
Phonelocal: (312) 335.3915
international: +1.312.335.3915
Faxlocal: (312) 335.3958
international: +1.312.335.3958
Emailchicago@greekembassy.org

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eve korbos
Mon, 9 Jun 2014 07:04 EDT
payed to greek custom my moms mediceine
how sad you told me that if its personal use which it was dialisis for my mom kidneys thaqt we took over and had nothing but problems with the greek telonio how dare you guys 2 hours with them and had nothing but big problems that was for my mom to live other wise shcould would of died and payed for her personal medicen i like you guys to contact me am also calling the american embassy in greece to report this matter what if tourist bring there medicne in the country your goverment and it is is going to far what are you going to charge all tourist for bringing in there medice i am very upset if a mother with babys come in to greece with there formula and there diapers are u guys going to charge them also or if some one that needs there insulin on a daily bases are you guys going to charge them is this a joke with your goverment its a sin i would have done something alfully wrong to those guys at the telenio if anything had happed to my mother who is 80 yrs old and they wouldnt give are stuff that means her medice all of it they told us if we didnt pay it would stay there this was with papers from doctors and they wouldnt except them 2 hours back and forth with this guys its this a joke
Arzoo
Sun, 20 Oct 2013 16:41 EDT
Visa Information
Dear Sir/ Madam;
i want to travel to Greece but i dont know how to apply for tourist visa iam living in Chicago USA and i have 10 years of US green Card and and my nationality is afghanistan and i have passport of afghanistan so how can i apply for visa.

best regard
Arzoo Musamim
John Karimalis
Wed, 12 Dec 2012 15:36 EST
In need of documents
Since I am a American citizen and have property in Greece,I have been ask to provide the Greek Goverment
with the following papers.
Pistopiotiko
Forologikis and
Katikias
I was told that you would be the agency that could
provide these papers for me.
I now live in Michigan
My address is 28600 Meadowbrook rd.
Novi, Michigan 48377
My phone number is 248-349-5366
and my cell number is 248-931-8722
I would greatly appreicate hearing from you.
Thank you very much, John Karimalis
vasilika
Mon, 8 Oct 2012 17:41 EDT
Hi , i am Albanian ,i live in CHicago can i go in Greece whith biometric pasaport ,without visa ,or i need Greek visa
Mustafa Beni-Domi
Thu, 29 Apr 2010 17:35 EDT
How to obtain Visa to Greece
Dear Sir or Madam,
I am a Jordanian Citizen doing my sabbatical leave here at the University of Minnesota. On of my abstracts has been accepted for presentation in the 61 EAAP annual meeting which will be held in Crete Island from 23-27th of August 2010. I am a visiting scholar and my program at the University of Minnesota ends early August 2010. I would like to attend and participate in the EAAP meeting. Would it be possible to obtain Visa from USA? What are the requirements for Visa.

Prof. Mustafa Beni-Domi
University of Minnesota

Home Address:
1168 Fifield St. Apt. N3
St. Paul, MN 55108

Cell Phone: 612-2459007
E-mail: benid012@umn.edu

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