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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

» Can I visit Italy without a visa?

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Alice Zauner
Wed, 18 Sep 2013 04:25 EDT
Visa for Italian residency
I am an American citizen and I own a home in Italy. I desire Italian residency in order to stay longer, but a vehicle, etc. I am told that I need to bring a Visa from the USA to start this process. What do I need to do?

My email address is alice.zauner@yahoo.com

Please advise
Alice zauner
virginia vanstaveren
Sat, 10 Aug 2013 23:52 EDT
vacation rental in Rome
I have arranged to rent an apartment in Rome for the month of October (sept 30 - October 30) the agency says I need a visa or some other official approval to rent (?). I have visited Italy many times and never needed this document. could you clarify what is needed / cost / and process to acquire,
Sandra Labadia
Wed, 6 Mar 2013 12:27 EST
Inquiry regarding family member case/interpreter/Birth Ceritfiicates from Italy
My sister, Catherine Labadia live in Newington, Connecticut. She applied in 2012 for her Italian Citizenship and has also gotten her Italian passport in December 2012.
I would also like to apply for my citizenship and I would like to know if I can just use her case number or do I have to send all the documentation in once again?

I live in Irving, Texas do I need to apply from here?
Can I make an appointment at the Consulate as soon as there is an opening with your staff please. I would also like to know if you provide a interpreter to translate all my documents into Italian and what would be the fee?

If I need to have original Birth Cerificates for 3 relatives what is the best way to obtain these documents from Italy. The towns are Lenola and Fondi.

Thank you,

Sandra Labadia
Peter Balzola
Wed, 2 Jan 2013 12:46 EST
I am an American citizen. My father was born in Italy and I would like to retire there. Can I get a resident visa or citizenship for Italy? If possible how long will it take to complete? My daughter is presently working in Italy and our granddaughter was recently born in vicenza.
Wubiye Demirew
Wed, 21 Nov 2012 08:01 EST
Italy Roma
Can i invite some one in Italy? How? Thank you.
William Mastropieri
Wed, 31 Oct 2012 20:29 EDT
Do I need my parents marriage certificate?
I have all the documents to prove my grandparents were born in Italy.
My family is applying for Italian citizenship. Do I need my parents marriage certificate? They were married after the war in France.
I have been trying to get assistance.
Please help or give advice.
William Mastropieri 817 371 0379

Angela Russell
Sun, 7 Oct 2012 11:02 EDT
Correspondence from Donation/Property
Hello my name is Angela Russell(Gioffredi) my father passed away 11 Aug. 2012, and before he died he has prepared paperwork from the notary office oh I apologize this is from Francavilla Fontana Brindisi. I am stating that he wanted to donation two pieces of property to me living here in Cibolo Tx and the other to my sister in Uninversal City Tx the lawyer prepared the documents andforwarding them to the Italian Counsulate in Houston. You people received them, but it stopped there this what my son told me everything was settled. So please can you help me to see if you see this matter here, my father name was Cosimo Gioffredi born in Francavilla Fontana Brindisi 17 June 1924.
Tue, 7 Aug 2012 18:48 EDT
would like to visit the Vatican
I am living in america ...have a green card...how would i get a visa to visit Italy 361-903-2037 ...kito731@gmail.com
Arokisamy Madhichetty Irudayaraj
Sat, 9 Jun 2012 23:56 EDT
I am in a desperate need
As a Catholic Priest, I am planning to visit Italy as a Pilgrim. my Air ticket is booked for 18th June 2012. I have registered myself online for processing visa application three weeks ago. but i did not get any response up to this day(9th June 2012). I am in a desperate need can you help me. what should i do?
Veronica Lara
Sat, 1 Oct 2011 06:12 EDT
translator needed
This is Veronica Lara and I would like to know where can I send my Diploma and transcripts to be translated from English to Italian. They need to be notarized and apostalle? where all of this can be done? tks


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