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Address50 Manners Street, Level 11
Wellington 6142
New Zealand
Phonelocal: (04) 802.5665
international: +64.4.802.5665
Faxlocal: (04) 801.7701
international: +64.4.801.7701
Emailemb.wellington@maec.es

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Ronald Pineda Ramos
Tue, 25 Mar 2014 04:27 EDT
New-Spanish-Law-Offers-Citizenship-For-Those-With-These-Last-Names
I am a Filipino citizen and my names Pineda and Ramos are both in the list of Spanish sounding names i understand that it is only for Spardic Jews but i also read in the article which i attached..Spanish Justice Minster Alberto Ruiz-Gallardón said that applicants do not have to be Jewish, emphasizing that anyone of Spanish heritage would be able to apply for dual citizenship under the new law.I would like to know if this is possible thank you Viva Espana...
Anna
Mon, 24 Mar 2014 04:37 EDT
Renewing Spanish Passport
Hello,
Could you please tell me how to renew my Spanish passport from NZ?
Anna
William
Thu, 20 Mar 2014 23:13 EDT
visa application
How do foreigners temporarily residing in New Zealand apply for visa to go to Spain? Which documents are required and does one have to be at the embassy in person or postage of application and documents via courier is allowed? Is there an official website? My email is kdarbi@yahoo.com
Savannah Williams
Mon, 3 Mar 2014 22:08 EST
Canary Islands Cruise
I am a NZ resident. living in Auckland for the last 5 years. I am still traveling on my South African passport. I have booked a cruise which departs from Southampton, England and visits Ponta Delgada, Canary Islands (Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura, Lanzarote) and Portugal. Please advise what visa(s) I require. I look forward to your response. Regards Savannah
Nicolas Barbieri
Wed, 26 Feb 2014 03:27 EST
Work wanted
Hola, I am a hard working man from Patigonia, Argentia who is looking for any work in the Wellington area. nicoss@gmail.com
Anne-Marie Masgoret
Tue, 7 Jan 2014 14:49 EST
Office hours
Buenos dias
Can you please tell me what your opening hours are during the holiday period?
Kind regards,
Anne-Marie
Aaron
Sun, 29 Sep 2013 20:21 EDT
Job cooking Paella for Company in Auckland
Hi there, i am looking for 2 Spanish workers to work with our company in Auckland cooking Paellas for events, markets & weddings. Chef experience not required just good knowledge of Spanish food, car licence and friendly caracter, please send email to paellapan@xtra.co.nz or call me on 021740884 for Spanish speakers call Susana in the evening on 02102990404. Thank you
Wu Qinfeiyang
Sun, 22 Sep 2013 07:48 EDT
Applying for Spain tourist visa
Dear Officer:

My name is Wu Qinfeiyang, I am 20 years old, I am a Chinese student and studying in Auckland NewZealand. I want to go to Spain for traveling and visit my friend in this year December or next year January. Would you please tell me how to apply a tourist visa from Spain embassy in New Zealand? And which documents I need to prepare? where can I go to apply the visa in New Zealand? Should I go to the Spain embassy by myself? I use the Chinese pass port. Please tell me more information about that, I really want to go to Spain, One of the most beautiful countries in my heart !

My E-mail address is 289034736@qq.com. I wish you can send a mail to me. Thanks a lot!
Muhammad Imran Siddique
Mon, 11 Feb 2013 21:33 EST
Visa for attending an International Conference in Spain
Dear Sir, I want to apply visa for attendting an international conference in Spain. Should I apply a study visa or under "Others" should write 'To Attend a Conference'.
Regards,
Maria Muñoz Ortega
Fri, 1 Feb 2013 11:53 EST
A service which is not been provided to the Spanish Citizens
Why do Spanish people in South Australia and Western Australia have to travel all the way to Melbourne to renew their passports. Previously it was done through our honorary consul in each state . It seems that this decision for us in Perth means that the embassy is forsaking Spanish citizen’s passport holders. Why is there any need for any Spanish consul in any state, these consuls are in this position to provide a service which are not been provided to its citizen, maybe its time they are all removed from this position, what is the use of having them there, maybe the Melbourne office has some kind of co-operation with the transport companies (be it air or land) so that they get a commission from the transport cost, It is too much to expect of many people especially the elderly. It is nearly as expensive to go direct to Spain than to have to travel from Perth to Melbourne. This decision should be reverted as it is as ridiculous has having a school teacher and school but no kids. What is the use of this service?
Spain is in a bad situation right now, but it is not only affecting everyone in Spain but it is affecting anywhere where there is a Spanish citizen; the Spanish Government is letting their citizens down in every way possible. It is the citizens who pay for this service (a service which is not been provided). They should get their act together after all, they are employees of the Spanish citizens and they can be fired from their jobs just like any other employee.

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