CONSULATE GENERAL OF GREECE in NEW-YORK
V I S A
For holders of regular passports of the following countries no visa
Argentina, Andorra, Austria, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Republic of Korea, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Ecuador, Finland, France, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Lichtenstein, Luxembourg, Malta, Mexico, Monaco, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Saint Christopher-St.Nevis-Anguilla, San Marino, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Slovenia, Taiwan, United Kingdom, Uruguay, USA
If you are holding a permit to re-enter the United States or a Political Refugee travel document you do need a visa.
Only Visa applicants residents of the States of New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania should appear in person at the Consulate General of Greece for an interview and present :
The Consulate General reserves the right to ask for further documentation in addition to the aforementioned. Visa fees vary depending on length of stay and citizenship of visitor.
EMPLOYMENT IN GREECE FOR US CITIZENS
US citizens who wish to be employed in Greece, must request from their employer to apply on their behalf to the appropriate Greek Authorities for a work permit.
APPLYING FOR GREEK CITIZENSHIP
Submit the following original documents:
GETTING MARRIED IN GREECE
Birth certificates of both parties, if it is going to be a church wedding then baptismal certificates as well. If either was married before then the divorce decree or the death certificate of the previous spouse. These documents have to be legalized by our Consulate and translated. You will also need an affidavit from the American Consulate in Greece that both parties ore over the age of 18, free to marry and that there is no impediment to the wedding. The marriage license which will be issued in Greece in a week is used also for the mandatory announcement of the wedding in the local newspaper for a period of at least one (1) week.
Additional Information can be obtained from the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
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