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Italian flag Honorary Consulate of Italy in Denver

Honorary ConsulGiovanna Carriero-Contreras
Address360 Acoma St.
Denver, CO 80223
Phonelocal: (720) 579.1557
international: +1.720.579.1557

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Antonio D'Ascanio
Sun, 25 Feb 2018 15:01 EST
new passport
can you please tell me when the finger print device comes to Denver from Chicago
I need a new Italian passport ASAP
barbara Albuzzi
Mon, 19 Feb 2018 13:50 EST
reissue italian passport
I was told that in March I could reissue my Italian passport in Denver,Co. Can i get the dates please?

Thank you
Monica Giuseppina Castania
Mon, 11 Dec 2017 13:25 EST
Passport Renewel
Can you advise me how to obtain a passport renewel?
I had lost my passport during my move to a new home and need a new one soon.can you tell me where to start?
Thank you
Cinzia Padovani
Mon, 16 Oct 2017 15:47 EDT
passport renewal rinnovo passaporto
Dear Honorary Consolate of Denver

i call but no answer. I see lots of people have the same concern. Where are you????? I need to renew a passport for my son, who is an italian citizen and must travel to Italy for Christmas!. Chicago does not answer. You do not answer!!! next Ill call the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Ministero Affari Esteri). You guys make good money and should provide services to italian citizens or those who want to travel to Italy!!!!!!
Greyson Payes
Thu, 10 Aug 2017 09:51 EDT
Meeting with Honorary Consult
Good am Giovanna,
I tired to come to your location at 360 Acoma yesterday. I have put together all materials necessary to apply for my passport to Italy I believe. I leave the 15th of September. The building at the address listed above is completely abandoned and there is no forwarding address. I really need to apply for my visa soon so I can ensure I get it back in time. Please Help me and instruct me on where to go! Thanks! Greyson.
Lori Mattina
Wed, 2 Aug 2017 14:11 EDT
renew Italian passport
I would like to renew my Italian passport. It has expired. I left a voicemail and sent an email to the Italian Honorary Consulate in Denver on July 11, 2017, but have heard nothing back. I tried calling again today, and the voicemail says the mailbox is full. Is the and the Honorary Consulate office still in operation? Is there somewhere (or someone) else I should direct my inquiry? Please advise. Thank you.
Wed, 12 Jul 2017 12:15 EDT
Passport Renewal
Want to renew but can't get through to the office
Jacqueine Cuda
Thu, 22 Jun 2017 10:05 EDT
Information on move to Italy
Please advise if I need an appointment to come in to speak with you concerning a move to Italy. I need some information. I will not take much of your time. I can come in as I live close to you. I have reached out to you 3 times but no answer. Is there a procedure to suecure an appointment with you either in person or by phone. Thank you for any help you can provide. Jacqueline
Bonne Rose
Wed, 14 Jun 2017 15:21 EDT
Appointment Timeline
I'm currently gathering all my documents to secure a Student Visa for Italy departing
8/29/2017. What is the timeline needed for arranging a sit down interview in Denver?
Marlene Aramburo
Mon, 22 May 2017 18:26 EDT
Work Visa
Hi, I will be needing a work visa for a year in September and I was wondering if I could do that through you. Last year you were able to stamp my Student Visa paperwork to mail to Chicago, would it be the same process? Thank you in advanced.

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