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Swiss flag Consulate-General of Switzerland in Chicago

Address737 North Michigan Avenue
Suite 2301
Chicago, IL 60611
USA
Phonelocal: (312) 915.4500
international: +1.312.915.4500
Faxlocal: (312) 915.0388
international: +1.312.915.0388
Emailchi.vertretung@eda.admin.ch
Web sitehttp://www.eda.admin.ch/chicago

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Khalid Mahmud Mian
Tue, 9 Dec 2014 03:17 EST
Visa Required
I intend to visit for interview for a job in the World Economic Forum. I am resident of PA state but presently in Chicago for sometime. Can i get visa from Chicago Consulate?
Carol Mondia
Tue, 30 Oct 2012 08:08 EDT
You currently have my name listed under Lozano. I obtained a divorce and went back to my birth name, which is what I am legally listed.

Is it possible to fax the official result of the name change that occurred when I obtained my divorce?

Also can I obtain a passport online as stated in your information on your face page?

Thank you
Roman Beuc, 1543 Dietrich Chase Lane, St. Louis, M
Fri, 31 Aug 2012 16:09 EDT
Looking for Information on Swiss Consul Anthony-Charles Cazenove (1775-1852)
I am a volunteer researcher at the St. Louis Mercantile Library. We have a collection of letters written by prominent people to Antoine-Charles Cazenove (1775-1852). Casenove immigrated to the US in about 1795 from Geneva, Switzerland. He was a partner for about 5 yrs with Albert Gallatin, also from Geneva and later was US Secretary of the Treasury. Casenove settled in Alexandria VA becoming a successful businessman. We have a response letter written by Sec. J.J. Crittenden, on October 31, 1851, while he was serving as Secretary of State in the Fillmore administration. This letter indicated that Casenove was acting as a Swiss consul or sub Consul in Alexandria VA at that time. I am interested in finding out when Casenove served for the Swiss government as a consul or being directed to a source that might provide this information. Any help you could provide would be greatly appreciated. Sincerely Roman Beuc

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