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Portuguese flag Consulate of Portugal in New Bedford

ConsulPedro Carneiro
Address628 Pleasant St., Room 204
New Bedford, MA 02740
USA
Phonelocal: (508) 993.5741
international: +1.508.993.5741
Faxlocal: (508) 992.1068
international: +1.508.992.1068
Emailnewbedford@mne.pt

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Nelson Ferreira Rego
Wed, 9 Apr 2014 10:29 EDT
Dual Citizenship Process
Hello everyone,

I just wanted let everyone know who is seeking dual citizenship that it is a wonderful honor to be a passport carrying citizen for two amazing countries but I need to tell you that while the Consulate Staff in New Bedford was wonderful you need to have patience since it is a pretty complicated process. For the consulate to succeed it will be YOUR responsibility that you gather all the necessary documents you need. Don't expect to walk in and out with a passport in a couple of weeks. My advise to you is to start early, be patient and expect the unexpected and eventually you will have your heart filled with pride and honor to be part of special people and culture.
Carrie DeMedeiros
Thu, 9 Jan 2014 10:22 EST
My mother and father married in Sao Miguel Portugal and I need an original for my mothers Green Card
Hi my mother and father married in Sao Miguel Portugal years ago and divorced here in America a few years back. When they divorced my father gave the original marriage certificate and my mother is trying to renew her green card but we cannot get her license of marriage in Portugal I have no idea where to go and how to go about it. How much will it cost? Also are there fees for the consolates office to send my mothers documents to Boston and how much are those fees? Can anyone please offer assistance to these questions and are there any assistances that can help cover these fees she does not have much income?
Ana Bisceglio
Thu, 14 Nov 2013 10:26 EST
how to go about a portuguese birth certifucate
Hello,

I missplaced my Portuguese birth certificate and don't know how to go about it.
Please help!
maria da encarnacao viveiros botelho de medeiros
Mon, 2 Sep 2013 19:49 EDT
queri fazer uma procuracao com urgencia que preciso?falei para as financas em s.miguel onde me dizem que nao teem registado o falicimento dos meus pais que faco e quanto me vai custar
cindy vincent
Fri, 16 Aug 2013 13:04 EDT
question
We came to the USA when I was 4yrs old on 1/14/68. My mom became US citizen in 1970. My dad did not want to be a US citizen at that time and since has become. Since my mom was a US citizen would that make me and my sister a US Citizen automatically? How can I obtain this
Fernando DeMoura
Mon, 12 Aug 2013 12:24 EDT
Citizenship
I have duel citizenship, I was born in Canada and moved to the U.S.A when I was a year old I am 45 today and I am a American Citizen, also a Canadian by Default. My question is my both parents were born and raised in the Azores, my mom lived in St. Micheal, Helva, and my father lived in Sainta Maria, Sao Pedro, he was also in the army in the war with Angola, he was a C.N.A., in duty, he helped the injured soldiers while being in combat. Both my Parents were Married in the island of Saint Michael, Azores does that make me a citizen of Portugal by my parents BirthPlace? Thank You, Fernando
virginia Lima Gallant vgal5@verizon.net
Mon, 5 Aug 2013 14:40 EDT
portugueses citizenship
both my grandparents on both sides born raised in Azoree mother born there also would like to acquire citizenship for my grandaughter and daughter what must we do ..if this is possible...
Marcia P
Fri, 28 Jun 2013 11:41 EDT
Dual citizen info
Tania, I just received notice that my portuguese citizenship was approved by the Portuguese government. I submitted the paperwork at the New Bedford consulate. It took about 5 weeks.

You will need a certified birth certificate, your parent's birth certificates and a certified marriage certificate if you're married. You will also need to forms of photo ID (license and passport). If your parents were married in the United States, their marriage needs to be recorded in Portugal. You also need to pay the fee in cash. I showed up to the consulate at 8:30 when they opened and was on my way by 9am. Just show up with the paperwork and fee and they will take care of the rest. They were wonderful! Good luck!
Tania DaSilva
Thu, 25 Apr 2013 17:53 EDT
Dupla Nacionalidade
Hello,

I', trying to get my dual nationality. My parents are citizens of Portugal and are now US citizens as well. I've emailed mail@cnnbf.dgaccp.pt as well called (508) 993.5741. I haven't recieved an email back and am unable to leave a voicemail message. At this point I'm a bit desperate as I have tried to contact the consulate in Boston as well. I'm traveling to Portugal in the Summer and would really love to get this settled.

Thank you
Tiberio T. Melo
Fri, 12 Apr 2013 10:13 EDT
renovacao de passaporte
gostaria de saber quanto tempo leva renovar o passaporte

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