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Italian flag Consulate-General of Italy in New York

Address690 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10065
Phonelocal: (212) 439.8600
international: +1.212.439.8600
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Web sitewww.consnewyork.esteri.it

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Jose Francisco Lopes Buono
Mon, 23 Nov 2015 18:28 EST
My passport was issued in New York 10 years
ago,and was expired 07 Nov 2015.
Please what i have to do to get a new one,
with some urgency,because i have no more valid ID.
Sorry for the incovenience.

Jose Francisco
Anita Naranjo
Wed, 18 Nov 2015 08:46 EST
I need visa to travel to Italy
I have a friend who is going to get married and September 2016 and Tuscany I'am resident off United states what I need to do. My emai is marcris20092@yahoo.com
Sun, 25 Oct 2015 22:12 EDT
Italy- a country highly in demand
After reading some negative posts, I wish to express my opinion.
The tsunami of tourists that Italy attracts yearly especially in the summer months, makes working for the Italian Consulate exceptionally challenging. Italy is also experiencing an invasion of undocumented illegals causing immense problems for Italy on every level.... I personally cannot blame them for being cautious. As someone already mentioned in a previous post, they really are gatekeepers after all, and American Consulates are indeed the same.
My sister and I, had a positive experience with Bruno. He was very professional, attentive and hard working, with a wonderful classic Italian disposition.
Try to be considerate with others, it will be returned in- kind.
asim roy
Sun, 4 Oct 2015 15:03 EDT
visa information
Im Indian born u.s citizen want to visit at italy. Do i need visa?
Wed, 30 Sep 2015 10:38 EDT
My name is Aida and i write here because i need to knor what ordinary i have to follow in way that i can live in usa.I have adiploma in italy and i have too another oppurtunity that smb legal with green card can give me the work..what documentation we have to do the both part.i preciate everyone that can give me a respons
Mon, 31 Aug 2015 18:54 EDT
Italian citizenship
I would like to know, how do I go about applying for an italian citizenship by decent. I would love to move one day to my grandmother's home town.
Lorena Lozada
Wed, 17 Jun 2015 12:40 EDT
Passport info
Hello everyone! and hopefully someone can help me with my question. I have a native Italian friend who is here without a visa and he will like to renew his Italian passport. On the Italian Consulate General website it says "that someone without a green card, cannot obtain a passport". How horrible! I thought they were suppose to help their citizens residing abroad. Could anyone tell if there is any other way he can obtain his passport while residing in the US without legal status??? I would really appreciate your response!! Thank you!
Marlene ordoñez
Tue, 9 Jun 2015 16:26 EDT
Request for visa to travel to Italy
Need appointment for request a visa to travel to Italy on July 29 ,I already have it my ticket but I do not about three months on advance to make it this request,if is possible to help me about this ,my daughter live in Milano she send me the invitation letter just I believe on the people of this beautiful country
Betty Torres
Fri, 22 May 2015 09:16 EDT
i am an idiot!
i apologize to the Italian people and recognize their superiority over my race(Hispanic). again apologies!
Thu, 14 May 2015 15:57 EDT
Nasty and rude people!!!
IS THE WORST EMBASSY EVER!!! The make you pay, they stay with your passport and then they make go for nothing because they denied the visa to my mom!!! The are soooo rude and nasty!! We live in NY for so many years and they do this to us, come on!! Tou guys think that will dtay there forever?? God Bless America, so much better than Italy!

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