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Address2655 Le Jeune Road, Suite 203
Coral Gables, FL 33134
USA
Phonelocal: (305) 446.5511
international: +1.305.446.5511
Faxlocal: (01305) 446.0585
international: +.1305.446.0585
Emailcog.miami@mae.es

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monica sechrist
Mon, 25 Jun 2012 11:07 EDT
Recuperation of Citizenship and Passport application
I am requesting info on Recuperation of Citizenship and Passport application, our mother was born in Toledo madrid, We need to find out list of documents needed and how to solicite the documents. Please HELP me!
Javier Caballero
Thu, 14 Jun 2012 13:02 EDT
Recuperation of Citizenship and Passport application
In November 2011 , using the consulate's web site I collected the documents required, went to the Consulate and after waiting about two hours (no appointments are given for the recup work) i was received by a consular officer, who reviewed my documents, collected my signature and took it to the consul for signature. Elapsed time: about 20 minutes. On 06/12/2012 I visited the consulate to apply for my passport. Again, between the Web site and an e-mail message i collected the documentation required. I entered the consulate at 9:00 AM sharp and left at 9:25 AM with my application completed. I should be receiving my passport in about three weeks. The secret to success? Take with you ALL the documents and items required, no more no less. Do not show up with an undocumented family tale hoping for a sympathetic ear. You will get someone to listen but at the end if you lack documents you are out of luck.

Phone and FAX numbers, e-mail address and postal address are in the consulate's site, just TRY to find them, they are there.

The Spanish government should be proud of this group of people working at the consulate. Their tax money is being well spent.
Arman Ayaz
Mon, 11 Jun 2012 11:58 EDT
Appointment for Spanish Visa
I really need to get an appointment soon but their operators are all busy and is there any other ways ?
teresa
Fri, 1 Jun 2012 12:07 EDT
need to bring in shotguns- how?
the website for the miami consulate is not easy to use - the "contact" category will not disclose the number or the email address. Most of this site is in Spanish...
what documentation is required to bring in shotguns for a tournament into Spain?
m valeiras
Fri, 25 May 2012 15:23 EDT
my father recently passed away
He was born in spain and left to cuba years later - I have three sons that would like very much to receive dual citizenship - is this still possible? if so - what are the steps that we must provide to accomplish this opportunity for them.
Dulce Maria Matamoros
Mon, 14 May 2012 10:23 EDT
I need to know how to validate my master and PhD.
I need to know what documentations, I need to do in order to validate my degrees in Spain. I am planning to live there with my husband which he is from Alicante, Spain. But, I would like to work in my field as I do here in the USA. My telephone is 786-306-3397 or email srassha1@bellsouth.net

Thank you/Gracias
Dulce
maria I. Lamas
Thu, 10 May 2012 10:28 EDT
renovar DNI
nencesito saber como conseguir la forma del certificado de residencia para renovar mi DNI que lo tengo desde el año1966 sin renovar tengo nacionalidad española y Estado unidense.
Resido en 352 Terranova Blvd Winter Haven Fla 33884
mi e-mailes hlamas@verizon .net
gracias
Mireya Heredia
Fri, 4 May 2012 14:35 EDT
would like to apply as citizen of Spain
My grandfather was born in Spain, and my sister and I would like to know what steps to take to be able to become citizens of Spain. I am now living in Cuba and my sister Rafaela Heredia lives in the USA. You can e-mail me at mborquez@att.net. Thank you
LUISA
Mon, 23 Apr 2012 16:02 EDT
CITA PARA PASAPORTE
Is been difficult to make an appointment via web even in Spanish. It is difficult to get appointments icon.

Ha sido dificil hacer una cita con el consulado en Miami. Necesito soliciar paaporte.
Kevin Voyles
Mon, 2 Apr 2012 17:52 EDT
Hep with inheritance
I am trying to find out how to get an appointment to give Power of Attorney to the Consulate so that my wife and her family can receive an inheritance from Spain. We were there a year ago to do the paperwork to give Power of Attorney to my wife's aunt. Now we are being told the laws have changed this year and we have to give the Power of Attorney to the Consulate. I also know we need an appointment for this matter. I am not able to get through on the phone line. It keeps telling me that no operator is available and to call back later. I have called many times on many different days and I keep getting the same response. If there is a way, I would appreciate it if either someone could call me or give me an extension number to talk to someone directly. My phone number is 850-585-4872 and I can be reached anytime. We need to get an appointment for as soon as possible because the courts in Spain have been waiting for over a year to handle this. Thank you for your help in this matter. You can e-mail me at kvoyles@yahoo.com.

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