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Greek flag Consulate-General of Greece in Sydney

Address219-223 Castlereagh Street, Level 2
Sydney NSW 2000
Australia
Phonelocal: (02) 9264.9130
international: +61.2.9264.9130
Faxlocal: (02) 9264.6135
international: +61.2.9264.6135
Emailinfo@greekconsulate.org.au
Web sitehttp://www.mfa.gr/sydney

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Antony Morphis
Sun, 9 Oct 2016 19:08 EDT
contact info
Please provive correct telephone nos.....
spiros tantalos
Wed, 3 Aug 2016 22:50 EDT
pistopitiko oikogeniakis katastasis aliartos viotias
tipou my email spiros.ixnika@hotmail.com thank you
Helen
Thu, 23 Jul 2015 08:07 EDT
frustrated and depressed
I forgot to mention Mihali who recently started to help me has been fantastic always returning my calls answerered all my emails almost straight away and his phone manner is exceptional my above post is purely to share in hope someone may offer some advice knowledge etc
Helen
Thu, 23 Jul 2015 07:41 EDT
frustrated and depressed
For the past 6months i have been on a quest to obtain my Greek passport i was born in Greece as were my parents , however i have had nothing but grief obtaining even citizenship let alone my passport, like alot of greeks that migrated here in our case 1970 i was enrolled in school as Helen but Christened and named Ermione. In the late 80s i was forced to change my name formely as it was starting to get complicated as i was only known as Helen at school on my HSC and my Australian passport as having Greek and English Passports was not an option.
So today i have been informed from the Greek Consulant office that i need to change my name either here or in Greece so i am known only by one name to do this in Greece i need to find a solicitor here in Australia to contact a Greek solicitor to carry out that work for me etc. If on the other hand i wish to go by the name Helen i would need to go back to Ermione which no one knows me as in Australia not to mention some other things that would then also need changing such as my name on my childrens birth certificate all bank matters with my name Helen, my Australian passport, medicare ,private cover taxation and the list goes on . Either way its a near impossible task not to mention the cost,i would not know were to even start has anyone else gone through this and do you have any advise
Robert Barrett
Sun, 20 Jan 2013 21:10 EST
I am trying to reach my Ikarian friend, Dina Tourva, an artist, currently in Australia
Because of a severe equilibrium problem, I have returned from Ikaria after spending nearly eight years on that beautiful island. During my stay there, I purchased a number of exquisite paintings from Dina. Unfortunately I had to leave them behind, because of airline weight restrictions.
One of my new friends here in Amherst, like me, was a professional medical editor, who was, coincidentally, also a friend of Dan Blocker, who played Hoss in Bonanza, the TV drama. Dan and I had played various roles in the Priscilla Beach Theatre on Cape Cod in the summer of 1950.
Because I would like to have Dina paint a picture of my new friend, I would like to have her email address, so that I might send her photograph as a model. Unfortunately, I cannot afford to send the subject herself.
In sincere appreciation of your efforts to assist me in this effort,
I remain,
Robert-the-Seeker

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