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Italian flag Honorary Consulate of Italy in Castries

Honorary ConsulPiccinin Thom Maria
AddressSpice Travel Ltd.
Casa Lucia, Beausejour Roa, Gros Islet
Castries
Saint Lucia
PostalPO Box 48
Phonelocal: (758) 452.0865
international: +1.758.452.0865
Faxlocal: (758) 452.0869
international: +1.758.452.0869
Emailcasalucia@candw.lc

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Comments on this Honorary Consulate

Drama Bassi
Wed, 30 Dec 2015 07:16 EST
Extremely Disappointed
I waited almost three months to get my marriage certificate translated to be told by Mr. Roberto Cameran at the Registry of matrimony that the documents are not valid. He said the documents doesn't tell him anything and the embassy in Italy will not accept it. From tomorrow I am a clandestine because I have no valid documents to get residence here. My husband and I are moving back to he caribbean to work and from what I know I can be fined,penalised or jailed when I am leaving just because these documents were made in a rush. This was a waste of time and a waste of money. As someone who do this on a daily basis should know the process of preparing these documents.

Lastly he said the documents were supposed to be stapled in order and sealed with the embassy stamp something as SIMPLE as that prevents me from getting my stuff together.

Thank you very much for your hard work!!!!

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