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Increasing available appointments at the Consulate of Italy in Brisbane



Increasing available appointments at the Consulate of Italy in Brisbane

Appointments for citizenship are being doubled and passport and visa appointments are also being increased at the Consulate of Italy in Brisbane. The announcement was broadcast by the Consulate of Italy in Brisbane, in conjunction with the Embassy of Italy in Canberra. It comes just a few days after the news of the placet - by the Australian authorities - to the appointment of the new Ambassador of Italy in Australia, Francesca Tardioli.

The Consul, Salvatore Napolitano, has specified that the increase in appointment availability is in line with the continuation of measures already introduced and provided for by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, which are for the improvement of and better access to consular services. The Consul highlighted also that Italian institutions continue to pay constant attention to the needs of the Italian community in QLD and NT.

"At the end of May, we inaugurated the new offices of the Consulate with safer and more spacious and pleasant spaces for our users, and we have just finished a consular mission to Ingham, in North Queensland, in occasion of the Australian Italian Festival," concluded Napolitano, who is Consul of Italy for the Australian states of Queensland and the Northern Territory, a district with an area ten times larger than Italy.

Users will be able to book new appointments for citizenship, passports and visas through the "prenotaonline" service as early as 9am, Friday 9 August, Brisbane time.