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Swiss flag Consulate of Switzerland in Seattle

Address6920 94th Ave SE
Mercer Island, WA 98040-5442
USA
Phonelocal: (206) 228.8110
international: +1.206.228.8110
Faxlocal: (206) 236.8420
international: +1.206.236.8420
EmailPhilippe.Goetschel@SwissConsulateSeattle.com

» Can I visit Switzerland without a visa?

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RItesh Desai
Wed, 26 Aug 2015 14:42 EDT
Visa for Switzerland
I am a permanent resident of US and have been living in the US for more than 15 years now. I am in Seattle area and would like to visit Switzerland as a tourist for a week or so in December.

Is this something that I can apply for visa at this consulate?
Please let me know

Thanks

Ritesh
Elmer J. Hoeffer
Fri, 7 Aug 2015 16:02 EDT
Assistance
For the front cover of a book of poems I intend to publish, I would like to have permission to use a copy of a painting by Paul Klee entitled "Battle Scene from the comic fantastic opera 'The Seafarer'". It is located in the Basel Offentiche Kunstakmmlung. I don't know how to contact this (I believe) museum. Thank you for any assistance.
El Hoeffer - 3212 80th Ave. SE #2 Mercer Island, WA elhoef@hotmai.com 206/743-8933
Corinne Daniels
Thu, 28 May 2015 12:34 EDT
dual citizenship for my children
hi, I am a Swiss citizen and would like to apply for dual citizenship for my children. How do I do that and what documents are required? Thank you Corinne
Tam
Tue, 7 Apr 2015 19:05 EDT
Schengen Visa
My name is Tam, a Vietnamese citizen who lives in Seattle, WA, USA. I'm planning to visit several countries in Europe in August with Switzerland being the destination I will be staying the longest. I was wondering if I could obtain the Schengen Visa at the Swiss Consulate in Seattle?

Many thanks,
susanne kastl-billeter
Mon, 2 Mar 2015 17:38 EST
passport renewal
need to renew passport. Please sent forms and instructions to:
swisssuz@yahoo.com. Thanks very much!
Susanne Kastl-Billeter
155 NE Myreboe, B-2
Poulsbo, WA 98373
email: swisssuz@yahoo.com
ruth carmona
Thu, 13 Nov 2014 11:09 EST
passport renewel
can I renew my passport via mail?
Karen Grace Sjoden 936-689-6208
Fri, 21 Mar 2014 14:18 EDT
Interested in Swiss citizenship someone said I could ask
Hi I have a friend that I dated just after college Hans Puritan who is a Swiss citizen and I would love to get a hold of him if your can help me his family owned a roofing company in 1981-1982 time frame-he was in Houston Tx working for the electric company a couple of months during that time frame.I would appreciate your help in locating him -as Alexar Puritan knows about me - Let him know it has been 15 years of isolated neglegted time of NO paperwork no help and no contact -I have a identity theft case and have not renewed my passport it is still under Karen Grace Sjoden Macke thank you for your help.
Sincerely, Karen Grace Sjoden
Steven A Dorsey
Fri, 22 Jun 2012 18:59 EDT
Swiss Citzenship
I would like to look into attaining Swiss Citzenship, I can place my family back to Oberegg, Appenzell Switzerland in 1806. Oberegg is where my Great-great-great Grandfather and Grandmother were both born, Jakob Heinrich Bischoberger and M. Anna Sonderegger, both of them died in Oberegg. I know that both of them were born in 1806 and Jakob died in 1880 in Oberegg.
I also have in my posession the Immigration papers of one of their sons, Josef Anton Bishofberger, my Great-great Grandfather, entering the United States. Josef was born on October 30, 1835 in Oberegg, Appenzell, Switzerland.
I'm 52 years old today and always promised my Grandmother I would try to become a Swiss Citizen. I have always been proud of my Swiss (Suisse) heritage and it would mean so much to me to become a Suisse Citizen. Hope you can help me. Thank you, Steve Dorsey
Albert Feldmann
Fri, 24 Feb 2012 18:58 EST
Swiss customs regulations
What information isvrequired for art work
(etchings) more than 100 years old to be auctioned by Swiss auction house Kornfeld
Galerie in Bern ? I cannot reach you at
(206)228-8110. My e-mail is aaf@oz.net

Thank you
Michael Dellamonica
Tue, 6 Dec 2011 18:46 EST
in town
Hi I know I have reached the Maltese here in Seattel, I am now in town an dwill contact you directly concerning the murder
of my famal, of Swiss extraction and my murdeder. I hope the Maltese have shone you the truth thank you MIKE, 120 State ave. Olympia Wa. 98501 box 204

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