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Trinidad and Tobago flag Consulate-General of Trinidad and Tobago in New York

Address475 Fifth Avenue, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10017
USA
Phonelocal: (212) 682.7272
international: +1.212.682.7272
Faxlocal: (212) 986.2146
international: +1.212.986.2146
Emailconsulate@ttcgny.com

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Omala
Mon, 16 Jan 2017 12:50 EST
Phone calls
These people need help y they don't get more people to help I am call whole day no answer and my passport is ready and I pay for it to come home for weeks now and I waiting for it and they have and no relpy
sparlin
Wed, 11 Jan 2017 20:49 EST
they need better training!
They Money Hungry ,,,, they tell you smile fr the camera , then they take your money an you go hungry!! be careful with them workers at the trinidad conculate , they vex with you all day because the doubles man sell out,,,!
AnnJ
Wed, 4 Jan 2017 13:26 EST
DisService
On related note...since the authority to influence and effect change rests with the office of the Consulate-General, what is the point of this forum when it clearly states "This web site is not operated by the Consulate-General and your comments and questions will not necessarily be seen by its staff."?
DDJ
Wed, 4 Jan 2017 00:33 EST
what a mess....omg...passport renewal
NO ONE ANSWERS THE PHONE. What a waste of time and money. After communicating through email about the procedure; I was told that I can apply by mail. I FedEx all the info required, only to receive a phone call a month later informing me that I needed to come in to the Consulate. Silly me, I went thinking that they already have all the info....NO.. in addition they needed ALL Original documents - birth paper, marriage license. ETC. T&T YOU'VE GOT TO DO BETTER
Frustrated citizen
Wed, 21 Dec 2016 11:15 EST
Embassy Service
Trinidad & Tobago Embassy Officials needs to check their employees and their working habits. It is frustrating that our people have to suffer here. It is just because we cannot reach our country that we need the embassy. Dr Harold H. Robertson do something please.
gerry
Sun, 18 Dec 2016 07:08 EST
3rd.world mess
nyc,miami also same.they will tell you that no one answered the phone.but caller ID never showed.pnm same shit as pp govt.like you people dont care about us
CT Resident
Tue, 6 Dec 2016 11:50 EST
Does anyone EVER answer the phone
I have been trying for days to reach someone; anyone at the Consulate and to no avail. Does anyone even care or even look at these posts? Clearly not; as the complaints all read the same. Come on people we are deemed one of the most friendliest, most courteous and fun-loving people on this earth. Where is the courtesy on not answering a ringing phone? Where is the friendly nature or responding to a request? Are we really just loving all the fun of ignoring your own people.

Come on TnT let's do better.... PLEASE!!!!
ram
Mon, 21 Nov 2016 11:13 EST
very poor telephone service, no one ever answers your call or return your phone calls. It's unbelievable that for an International embassy they have this type of service for there citizens seeking information.
YOLANDE
Mon, 14 Nov 2016 11:08 EST
FRUSTRATED
I HAVE BEEN CALLING THE CONSULATE FOR THE LAST COUPLE OF WEEKS,AND UP TO TODAY NOVEMBER 14TH, I HAVE'NT BEEN ABLE TO SPEAK WITH SOMEONE. WHAT DEPLORABLE SERVICE! COULD YOU IMAGINE, ON VETERANS DAY THE MESSAGE SAID "OUR OFFICE IS CLOSED".WHAT DIFFERENCE DOES IT MAKE WHETHER IT'S CLOSED OR OPEN, ONE STILL DON'T GET ANY SERVICE. THIS IS SO SHAMEFUL,AND ALSO VERY SAD,AS I REPRESENT MY COUNTRY SO WELL.
Trinigirl
Mon, 14 Nov 2016 10:47 EST
Sad comment on those who represent th country
It is sad to say , that I became an American citizen because I could not get needed services from my consulate. I live 400 miles from the nearest office and cannot take the time off work and do not always have the money to get there.
when calling the consulate there is no answer or if one leaves a message there is no return calls.
How is anyone expected to conduct business like this.
The power that be , need to examine what is happening in these offices.

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