Embassy of Italy
34-38 Grant Road, Thorndon 6011
P.O. Box 463 Wellington 6140 - New Zealand
Telephone: +64 (0)4 4735 339 Fax: +64 (0)4 4727 255
Opening Hours for the Public:
Monday to Friday, 9.30 am to 12.30 am
Wednesday: 2.30 pm to 4.30 pm
Telephone calling hours: Monday to Friday between 12 pm and 1 pm
Week-ends and public holidays: closed.
Emergency telephone number: tel. + 64 (0) 27 444 8259
(only in cases of extreme urgency concerning Italian nationals and out of office hours), active Monday to Friday from 5.00 p.m. to 10.00 p.m.; Saturday, Sunday and holidays from 5.00 p.m. to 10.00 p.m. (local time)
Telephone no. of the UNITA' DI CRISI at the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs:
tel. 0039 (0) 6 36225 daily 24 hours (only in cases of extreme urgency)
CERTIFIED MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please use only if you have a certified electronic mail address
CONSULAR MISSION FOR FINGERPRINTS FOR ELECTRONIC PASSPORTS (Auckland, September 28th, 2014)
Dear Italian national,
While confirming the Consular Mission to Auckland for fingerprinting for the electronic passport, during the Italian Festival, you are kindly asked to register/book an online appointment on the Embassy’s website https://prenotaonline.esteri.it/Login.aspx?ReturnUrl=%2fdefault.aspx&cidsede=100110 (Auckland – Consular Officer on a Mission)
Date: Sunday 28th September
Time: 10.30-12.15 am and 1.00-3.45 pm.
Place: De Longi Lounge” (next to the “Dante Alighieri” tent) Corner of Kent St. and Osborne, Newmarket, Auckland
Documents: As indicated below.
Please ensure your punctual attendance. In case of queries relating to other consular matters, we would be grateful if you could submit those to the Embassy during normal working hours.
N.B. PLEASE BRING THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTATION WITH YOU:
- valid ID document;
- Italian passport (if you have one) no more than 6 months before its expiry date;
- 2 passport photos.
In order to receive as many applicants as possible, and if not previously sent to the Embassy, you will be asked to kindly post the necessary documentation (including the bank cheque for the relevant amount) after the Festival.
How to get there: http://www.newmarket.co.nz/getting-here.aspx
SISMIC EVENTS IN NEW ZEALAND
In relation to sismic events occurring in New Zealand, Italian nationals (both resident and temporarily present in New Zealand) are strongly advised to check updates through the media (see also https://www.facebook.com/WREMOnz) and follow the recommendations of the competent New Zealand Civil Defence Authority
TOURIST INFORMATION FOR ITALIAN TRAVELLERS
Before travelling, please consult:
- VIAGGIARE SICURI, a service provided by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and A.C.I., where Italians may find general information on different aspects such as safety, health, etc. of other Countries;
- and register your trip on DOVE SIAMO NEL MONDO. The trip's details will be registered in the data base of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, guaranteeing that the details will be kept privat.
* ITALIAN GOVERNMENT SCHOLARSHIPS 2014-2015
credits | F.A.Q.