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Italian flag Consulate-General of Italy in Boston

Address600 Atlantic Ave.
Boston, MA 02210
Phonelocal: (617) 722.9201
international: +1.617.722.9201
Faxlocal: (617) 722.9407
international: +1.617.722.9407
Web sitewww.consboston.esteri.it

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Thu, 10 Sep 2015 10:15 EDT
How to book appointments Boston Italian Consulate
I have been trying to book appointments with the consulate for citizenship. They are now done on-line. I do get to the appointment calendar page but do not see how to actually book the appointment. All I see is none available, or on those day that it should be there is no way to either click on the date or otherwise. Any help.
maria iaccarino
Fri, 31 Jul 2015 13:34 EDT
dual citizenship
I have been working on trying to get my italian passport for over 10 years...make appointments, follow instructions wait several months for another appointment...tole what to do, have these papers translated inItalian by tone of these people ... do that, spend a ton of money, make another appointment and then told that there is still something not right...am very frustrated with the process...does anyone have any suggestions on how I can actually finish and complete the process? The only completed information I have received is that I am entitled to an Italian passport...quite a bit of money has been spent and much interaction within Italy itself. Thanks for any help. please email me at onecrazyartist@gmail.com
Ettore Bianco
Wed, 25 Feb 2015 21:13 EST
italian postal bonds
My family left italy when I was 4 years old I have some postal bonds .how do I cash them in, they are over 20 years old.i was told the consulate can cash them in
Thank you for your help.
Aigul Bokayeva
Wed, 11 Feb 2015 06:45 EST
Can I bring a power of attorney in English not in Italian?
pasquale coppola
Tue, 11 Mar 2014 09:54 EDT
My relatives a I are selling land in Italy the buyer send us forms to be notaries,how can I get them done?
Fri, 31 Jan 2014 11:39 EST
Objection on the Ruling By the Italian Court re Amanda Knox
I am dismayed and surprised regarding the outcome/verdict in the Amanda Knox Trial. My father was born in Sicily in 1891 and he was a soldier in the Italian Army, 1911-1913. On behalf of my father, I am making this objection as I know he would do himself.

I am also concerned that if I visited Italia or Sicilia, what happened to Amanda could happen to me or any American as our laws and customs differ. I expect I will not be the only American of Italian Blood to feel this way. This could affect American/Italian relations. I sincerely hope this matter can be resolved sooner than later. Respectfully, Margaretta de la Malfa, family of Malfa.
Agnaldo mandelli
Mon, 22 Jul 2013 19:01 EDT
A'm citizenship jure sanguinis, but I didn't get the Italian passaport, and I would like to knowif I can get the Italian passaport @ the boston Italy consulate .
thank you
Tue, 9 Jul 2013 22:30 EDT
Do I need an appointment for a visa application submission at the Consulate office in Boston?
Tue, 9 Jul 2013 22:27 EDT
visa offices
Can I apply for my Italian visitor's visa @ the Consulate office in Boston? Thanks
Mon, 24 Jun 2013 11:30 EDT
a VISA question
My sister, who is a Chinese citizen, will visit me in July. (She has American travel VISA.) Both of us would like to take a group tour with Gate1travel to Italy for 10 days. Can my sister apply her Italy visa after she arrives to Boston or she has to apply her Italy VISA when she is in China? Please guide me on the process.
Thank you very much for your help and time!

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