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Israeli flag Consulate-General of Israel in Houston

Address24 Greenway Plaza, Suite 1500
Houston, TX 77046
USA
Phonelocal: (832) 301.3500
international: +1.832.301.3500
Visas & Consularlocal: (832) 301.3560
international: +1.832.301.3560
Faxlocal: (713) 627.0149
international: +1.713.627.0149
Emailconsular.dep@houston.mfa.gov.il
Web sitehttp://houston.mfa.gov.il/

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Robert Lang, Birch Plastics, Inc.
Wed, 3 Jul 2013 11:05 EDT
Imported plastic from PolyRam of Israel
I tried to call but the line was disconnected.
We have a quality issue with plastic Nylon pellets imported from PolyRam of Israel. We are trying to return the material for non conforming issues however they will not take the product back. We will even the pay the freight. This material was not the quality as described or promised.
Can you help us with this issue?
Tsipora
Tue, 21 May 2013 12:05 EDT
Houston Consulate phone number
Hi,
What is the Houston consulate phone number?
The number on the site does not work.
This is the number on site: LOCAL: (713) 627.3780

Thanks,
Tsipora
Rachel
Tue, 9 Apr 2013 18:43 EDT
Dual Citizenship
Oops, sorry, my contact info is, should you get back to me with some answers that would help someone like me sort through this process. Much appreciation and thanks.

naftalitiger@yahoo.com
Rachel
Tue, 9 Apr 2013 18:35 EDT
Obtaining Dual Citizenship
I'm having trouble as a non-Jew going through the process of becoming a naturalized citizenship of Israel. Due to the fact that revocation of a U.S. citizenship is permanate, I do not want to rush anything until I know exactly what I need to do and what the specific guidelines and rules are for becoming an Israeli citizen. Can you guys tell me the specifics on how this process works and what someone like me would need to do after locating their nearest Israeli Consulate? Thanks.
Daniel Frank Green
Thu, 16 Aug 2012 02:16 EDT
Visa to work in Israel
I served 5 years in the US Air Force.
35 years working for Dresser Ind. & Halliburton. I have 70 plus hours of College.
I have education & experience
on Aircraft Avionics & Maintenance on US Aircraft, B-52 Bombers, KC-135 Refueling Tankers, F4D & E Fighter Aircraft.
I also have training & experience on operating & programing most Machining Lathes.
I have Training & Experience as an Air Conditioning & Heating Technician,HVAC.
I am trained & experienced with Emergency Response Organizations, including Nuclear & WMD Shelter Training.
I am recently retired from Halliburton, 35 years. I Have much experience with Oil Field Drilling Rock Bits.
I Love Israel & I am willing & ready to serve the rest of my life supporting Israel. I wont to help you? ready to move.

Daniel F. Green
705 North Dallas Ave.
Lancaster, Texas, 75146
Cell Phone (214) 288-8672
Home Phone (972) 227-1827
gabriela quetha de la rosa levi
Sat, 9 Jun 2012 00:41 EDT
HELPS
Please help us spreading the word to this important matter:
We ask your help by sending an email to all of the Jewish Congregations based in USA, Canada, Mexico and Brazil. If you have friends across the Globe, please ask their help by going to the Israeli Embassy/Consulate from their Country and ask them to support our strong protest against the cut-off from Medicine, Medical treatment, and pensions to all those war veterans that fought bravely for Israel.
God Bless You. Shabat Shalom
Beng
Mon, 14 Feb 2011 13:43 EST
Tourist Visa for Religious Purpose
I hold a Malaysian passport and am a legal resident in US with a green card. I am interested in joining a Christian group to visit Israel. Please advise whether I need to apply for a visa before the tour. There is no Israeli Consulate-General in the state where I live, do I need to apply in person for the visa? How long does the process take? Thank You.

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