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Italian flag Consulate-General of Italy in Houston

Address1300 Post Oak Boulevard, Suite 660
Houston, TX 77056
Phonelocal: (713) 850.7520
international: +1.713.850.7520
Faxlocal: (713) 850.9113
international: +1.713.850.9113
Web sitewww.conshouston.esteri.it

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Mon, 4 May 2015 11:50 EDT
Military spouse but I am canadian
My name Kathleen Crouse,

My husband is in the USAF. He has just arrived in Aviano, Italy and is stationed there. I was told by the USAF (Department of Defense) they I could not get a visa for me to live in Italy because I am not American. I am a Canadian. I have a valid green card for the USA. I do have a house in Iowa Park. Texas that is near Sheppard Air Force base. (where we living before my husband moved to Italy)I have all my documents ready to be email to you if you can provide with me a visa. Can you please help me at all? I am currently in Canada visiting family. gracie, Kathleen Crouse
Please email me back at:
Tue, 17 Mar 2015 18:16 EDT
applying for visa
Hello I was trying to find out I live Houston Texas I have a green card but I'm a Iranian citizen and I wanted to know I need a visa to go to Italia for my freind's wedding, and if yes what kind of document would you need from me thank you
janice m reynolds
Tue, 24 Feb 2015 13:17 EST
looking for relatives who came from italy
would like to try & find information on Domenico Meschi,born dec.15,1892 in Laumsari,toscana. died in lucca in apr.1976. came in 1904 & lived in Galveston,tx. his brother Gabriello,born aug.10,1886 & died nov.20,1936 in Galveston,tx.arr. in mar.3,1902.lived his sister ascentina or assunta guisti or giusti. their sister arr. in oct.12,1907. born abt.1890 in lammari. gabriello death cer. shows he was born in lucca,toscana (prov. of lamari) Domenico & his sister may been buried in Italy along with their parents. would like to find out more abt.this family & see how far I can go.where can I find this information on their birth,death, marriage & cemetery. need address;webste or any other information to try & trace this family history.
please send infor. to me at. 401 west 27th,houston,texas 77008-2010.713-862-7085 or email at janicemreynolds49@aol.com
thank-you for your time.have a good day.
Nyanswa bulawayo
Fri, 13 Feb 2015 12:47 EST
Visa application
Hello I was trying to find out I live Dallas Texas I have a green card but I'm a zambian citizen and I wanted to know I need a visa to go to Italia for holiday, and if yes what kind of document would you need from me thank you
Marianne Ward
Tue, 30 Sep 2014 15:13 EDT
recognition of Italian American citizens
Does the Consulate recongize Italian American citizens ?
Wed, 11 Jun 2014 15:45 EDT
Italian passport renewal
What do I have to do to renew my Italian passport from inside the USA?
nick belitere
Mon, 19 May 2014 21:39 EDT
help with moving to italy
Hi, my name is Nick Belitere. I am wanting to find/ seek information regarding moving to Italy. I live in Texas. Basically Im at the starting point on this endeavor. I do know that I would like to live in the countryside and not the city. Can anyone give me advice or links for job opportunities, places to live, finding out more about the culture or just words of advice?? Anything will be greatly appreciated. thanks

sheeba saji
Tue, 13 May 2014 12:05 EDT
An Italian citizen eligible to work in USA? sajisheeba2009@yahoo.com
Tue, 29 Apr 2014 13:51 EDT
Hi: I am Peruvian but leaving in USA I have greencard, I would like to go to Italy this October(2014)with my fiancé,Do I need a visa to go to Italy?
Thu, 21 Nov 2013 09:18 EST
help getting appointment for dual citizenship
I have been trying to get an appointment for months to present my documents for dual citizenship to the Houston Italian Consulate. Can anybody tell me if there is a certain day and time the appointments are added to the online calendar?? Or is there another way I can obtain an appointment? If I just send in my documents to Houston, will I be given an appointment?

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