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Dutch flag Consulate-General of the Netherlands in San Francisco

Address120 Kearny Street, Suite 3100
San Francisco CA 94104
USA
Phonelocal: (877) 388.2443
international: +1.877.388.2443
Faxlocal: (415) 291.2049
international: +1.415.291.2049
Emailsfn@minbuza.nl
Web sitehttp://sanfrancisco.the-netherlands.org/
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lina platone
Mon, 30 Oct 2017 16:55 EDT
documents needed
hi, i am a registered alien whose dutch passport is expired can you tell me what documents I need my passport? I have a valid green card to renew
Edward van der Meer
Tue, 6 Jun 2017 13:00 EDT
trouble faxing
Hello

I am trying without success to contact Marga Dunnewind.

I need to fax paper work to have my passport renewed have been trying several times. I fax to 0014152912049 they do not answer please advice surely they do not switch of their fax when they leave office.

Please advice thank you so much

Edwardmeer@cox.net 702-878-4340
eelco alexander posthumus meyjes
Fri, 26 May 2017 17:30 EDT
passport renewal
My dutch passport expires end of June 2017 and I wish to renew. I have "legal resident status" with a greencard . I possess my current passport. I live Klamath Falls Oregon USA and have been for more than 20 years.
My email : aemeyjes@yahoo.com

please let me know what I need to do.
thank you
marja marting
Fri, 28 Apr 2017 17:41 EDT
renew passport
I used to be able to see on your website how to renew my passport but now I can't find it. Please let me know how and paperwork and what I need to bring. Thank you Marja 775-772-7179
renaldo ricketts
Mon, 25 Apr 2016 16:43 EDT
visa
do Panamanians need a visisa to travel to the NETHERLANDS? how long does it take to acquire a visa
Jozef Zeegers
Tue, 15 Mar 2016 13:36 EDT
passport renewal
I need to renew my passport, but didn't see anyplace within your website for it. Can you help me please?
Thanks,
Nienke Hohmann
Wed, 6 Jan 2016 17:22 EST
Change of interpreter's e-mail address
I have been working some 30 years for the Dutch Consulate in San Francisco as one of your interpreters. My e-mail address has changed from Nienke Lels-Hohmann@hotmail.com to Nienke@gmail.com. Please correct the information on the interpreters' list.

Also would you be so kind as to let the Embassy in Washington D.C. know this, as I get clients referred by them, and they go into the junk file of my former e-mail address, which I do not often check.

Thank you in advance for your time and kind assistance.
Happy New year to you,
Nienke Hohmann
Mark
Sun, 19 Jul 2015 02:45 EDT
Renew my Dutch passport
How renew my Dutch passport? it expired 2 years go. I am married to American citizen and live in in United states sacramento California since 2009 and I have a U.S. citizenship too? Can I have dual nationality? Thanx
My e mail addresse is wahidy2009@hotmail.com
Ana Zambrano
Tue, 28 Apr 2015 01:51 EDT
Fraud done by Bernard Groeneweg and his companies in Rotterdam
I posted a message in Face book about how rude the Netherlands Consulate in San Francisco regarding my case of fraud done by one Dutch company and how helpless and rude they have being, I lost $68,000 and I have being trying to get appointment with somebody In Charge of business at the consulate to help me, they sent an email address asking me to write small message which I did twice in April without receiving response, I called several times at the number posted and no help given at all, I sent a Certified Letter to the consulate office in Francisco and it was refused so the letter came back after the post office tried to deliver it 4 times, I didn't have anything good to say about my experience I thought they were serious business people and turns out Netherlands runs second behind Nigeria on fraudulent and con business people. Sad to say don't really hope somebody at the consuls office takes note and send me and appointment to present my case.
BUD LINSCHOTEN
Wed, 8 Oct 2014 00:08 EDT
SVB
I live partly in California and partly in Hong Kong, my mailing address is in West Sacramento (the address of my niece, who does forward my mail). About 2 years ago I made a mistake filling in one of the forms the SVB sent to me. As a result, the SVB thinks that my niece was, or is, my partner (my niece is married) and figured that that was since 2011. So they told me that I owed the SVB money, or maybe a penalty (Euro 4200) and stopped paying my monthly benefits.
In Holland I did work from my 15th year till my 37th year, paying taxes, etc. Even that it is little, I feel I have right on my AOW.
I even sent a copy of my niece's Marriage Certificate.
For nine-end-half years I rent a small flat in Hong Kong
At the moment I'm thinking or to go to the Dutch National Ombudsman,
Any suggestions?
Bud Linschoten
Mobile: 408-404-3964
PS, I am still a proud Dutch Citizen

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