Consulate General of Italy in Boston, United States 

Consulate General of Italy in Boston, United States



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Consulate General of Italy in Boston, United States




Facts about the Consulate General

Italy in the United States: In addition to Italy's consulate general in Boston, Italy has 38 other representations in the United States. These representations include an embassy in Washington, D.C. consulates in Anchorage, Atlanta, Buffalo, Charleston, Charlotte, Chicago, Cleveland, Denver, Detroit, Fresno, Hattiesburg, Honolulu, Houston, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Los Angeles, Miami, New Orleans, New York, Norfolk, Orlando, Paterson, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Portland, OR, Providence, Rochester, Sacramento, Salt Lake City, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, CA, Santa Fe, NM, Seattle, St. Louis, and Worcester.
United States in Italy: The United States has 7 representations in Italy. These representations include an embassy in Rome consulates in Florence, Genoa, Milan, Naples, Palermo, and Venice.

The Italian consulate general is one of 1656 foreign representations in the United States, and one of 55 foreign representations in Boston. See more @ the » United States EmbassyPages

The Italian consulate general in Boston is one of 645 Italian diplomatic and consular representations abroad. See more @ the » Italy EmbassyPages


Please contact the consulate general in Boston directly for inquiries and questions regarding visa regulations and passport requirements.

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