Boston Consulate

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Boston Consulate

Postby Petrarca » 23 Aug 2005, 20:20

Has anyone dealt with the Boston Consulate before? They don't seem to be very informative or helpful, as compared to the other consulates. I actually tried to go through the embassy in Washington or the consulate in New York, but they politely and PROMPTLY told me that I'd have to deal with the one in my jurisdiction......unfortunately!

Specifically, I'm looking for the name and e-mail address of the man who is responsible for citizenship matters. (Note: I have the consulate's phone number, but I specifically want the name, number and e-mail address of this guy.)


Thanks,


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