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Italian flag Honorary Consulate of Italy in Pittsburgh

Honorary ConsulLucente Carla
AddressSuite 401, Rockwell Hall
600 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15282
USA
Phonelocal: (412) 765.0273
international: +1.412.765.0273
Faxlocal: (412) 765.0582
international: +1.412.765.0582

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Miranda Tumpa
Mon, 26 Dec 2016 09:32 EST
Renew expired green card and passport
Hi, my son got me and my husband a cruise for Christmas. The trip is in three weeks. I need to renew my expired green card and passport as soon as possible. What steps do I take and who do I see to do this? Thanks
Lucille Kenworthy
Sat, 14 Nov 2015 15:11 EST
Photos
Hi Carla,
I have the pictures taken of you and the Mayor and Viviana at the Columbus Day Parade and would like me an email address to send them to.
So sorry it has taken so long to get them sent -I have been out of the country among other things. I am sending copies photoshopped and not photoshopped in case you want to have them the way you want them.
Mirella Vercillo
Tue, 25 Mar 2014 21:48 EDT
Retierment visa to italy
I would like information about what do I need do, to move back to my country Italy....
christina sciulli
Thu, 19 Dec 2013 16:55 EST
still waiting
My adored husband was hit by a car and substained sever head trauma. Passed away over a year ago.Still awaiting my dear husbands death certificate to be registered in his hometown in Italy.
My husband and my children and I would like for this process to be done by our local Italian Consulate so Mr. SCIULLI may rest in peace.
Bonita Guzzetti Reyes
Thu, 2 May 2013 15:26 EDT
How do I become a dual citizen?
All 4 of my grandparents were born in Italy. They did not give up Italian citizenship before my parents were born, am I eligible for dual citizenshi, Us and Italian?
Elmer Falcione
Tue, 23 Apr 2013 16:25 EDT
DUAL CITIZENSHIP
How and what are the possibilities of obtaining an Italian Citizenship, without loosing my American Citizenship. (Dual)?
My Father was born in Italy, and my Mother's parents, were also from Italy. Father (Abruzzi); Mother (Naples area).
Respectfully;
Elmer (A'delmino) Falcione
Kathleen Harrison
Tue, 8 May 2012 21:18 EDT
Planning a visit to Supino
I am hoping to visit Supino this summer. My grandparents emigrated from there in the early 1900's. Dot hey have a "chamber of commerce" where I can obtain information? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you, Kathleen
Tony Tesone
Thu, 16 Jun 2011 08:43 EDT
Delay in Italian Pensions
Has anyone else had a delay in getting their italian pension? Can you direct me to the appropriate agency for information?
Theresa
Sat, 28 May 2011 16:14 EDT
Attending School in the USA
Hi Carla, I have a cousin visiting from Italy, He has his doctor degree in legal science, which is equivalent to a bachelor
in the USA, We wanted to know what would he need to do in order to continue his education in legal science and study law in the USA? Where would he apply for a student visa, and once he completes his education in the USA, what does he need to do in order to stay in the USA.
Donna Shepler
Wed, 23 Mar 2011 13:30 EDT
Italian Passport
I've been living in the United States since 1954 when I was 8 years old. My parents became citizens in 1959, who are both deceasd now. I need a passport but don't know which to get, Italian Or US. I'm not a us citizen But would like to become one. Could you please advise?
Thank You
Donna

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