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Italian flag Honorary Consulate of Italy in Portland, Oregon

Honorary ConsulBartoloni Andrea
Address121 SW Salmon Street, Suite 1030
Portland, OR 97202
Phonelocal: (503) 225.0702
international: +1.503.225.0702
Faxlocal: (503) 227.0739
international: +1.503.227.0739

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John Paul Catanzaro
Sat, 11 May 2013 23:12 EDT
Immigration to Italy
What qualifications must I have to become an Italian citizen? My grandfather was from italy as well as all of my great grandparents
Mon, 6 May 2013 23:11 EDT
My mother,Bianchina, was born in 1919. She is still living. Her mother was from Naples and never became a US citizen. My grandfather did , however. I read that I would be able to qualify for dual.citizenship if all dates and facts were correct. I was born in 1954. Could you please help me locate proof of birth records etc . That would enable me to proceed with this process. I also have daughters that are young opera singers that could also benefit greatly. They will be pursuing European auditions this fall. They both have been to Italy and really feel at home there. I hope you can please help me. Thank you, Kathy
Michael Cannarella
Sat, 6 Apr 2013 17:33 EDT
Visa for a Student studying in Florence for one semister
Can my daughter who will be studying in Florence for one Semister Fall 2013 get a visa from the Portland Consulate?
Beverlee Perry
Fri, 5 Apr 2013 20:38 EDT
Looking for where Grandfathers was born.
My Grandfather can to America when I believe he was 15 and I have been trying to find where he was from and not having any success. He was born in Ritz Italy and I would like to know where it is so I may visit there. Can you help me find where it is,where its close to, or if the village still exist? Thank you. curls_64@yahoo.com
Sidney Lynne
Mon, 18 Mar 2013 03:20 EDT
certificato di cittadinanza italiana necessary for Oregon resident?
Hello! I am gathering documents to in order to obtain my dual citizenship. Does Oregon require FATHER'S CERTIFICATE OF ITALIAN CITIZENSHIP FROM ITALY, also known as a certificato di cittadinanza italiana? (Note: Most Italian embassies and consulates do NOT require this certificate. Please check with the Italian Consulate of the State where you reside. Thank you! Sidney Lynne
Valentina Davoli
Sat, 23 Feb 2013 13:45 EST
taxes property
How do I pay property taxes in Italy from the United States?
Fri, 1 Feb 2013 17:43 EST
Au pair work visa
I am an american and would like to know what documents are needed for an au pair staying longer than 90 days. I need to know how long it would take and if I can start the process in the USA then receive the visa in Italy, Germany, or Spain.
Wed, 23 Jan 2013 15:52 EST
Tourist visa for Italy
I'm a Chinese living in Portland, OR. I plan to visit Italy this April.What is the procedure, costs and time that it takes to attain the visa? Can I file my application to/from the Honorary consulate in Portland?
Mon, 21 Jan 2013 13:32 EST
Hello, i have my italian passport about to expire and i need to travel, i am trying to call to the consulate but the all numbers dont work, should i just go? What papers do need and where i should go, thanks
Arianna Soldano-Phillips
Wed, 2 Jan 2013 15:00 EST
AIRE membership
Dear All,

I possess dual citizenship (Italian-American) and I need to join the AIRE (Associazione Italiana Residenti all' Estero).
Please, could you advise me procedures and costs.
Also, which are the operation hours of the Italian Vice Consulate in Portland.


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