EMBASSY AND CONSULATE OF ITALY

We have listed all the embassies and consulates present in Switzerland to facilitate your administrative procedures. The translation of the various official documents can be taken care of by us.

EMBASSY AND CONSULATE OF ITALY

Embassy

Chancellerie
Elfenstrasse 14
3006 Bern

9:00-13:00 14:00-17:00 Monday to Thursday 08:30-13:00 13:30-16:30 Friday

ambasciata.berna@esteri.it

031/350 07 77

Fax 031/350 07 11

Embassy

Defence Office
Rue de Varenne 50
F-75007 Paris

segretaria.parigi@smd.difesa.it

0033/1 45 48 35 45

Embassy

Office of Commercial Affairs
Elfenstrasse 14
3006 Bern

commerciale.ambberna@esteri.it

031/350 07 77

Fax 031/350 07 11

Embassy

Office of Social Affairs
Elfenstrasse 14
3006 Bern

emigrazione.ambberna@esteri.it

031/350 07 77

Fax 031/350 07 11

The Consular Section of the Embassy

Consular section of the embassy

Willadingweg 23
3006 Bern

segreteria.consberna@esteri.it

031/390 10 11

Fax 031/382 49 32

Consulates

Consulate of Italy
Schaffhauserrheinweg 5
4058 Basel

segreteria.basilea@esteri.it

061/689 96 26

Fax 061/691 01 68

Consulates

Consulate General of Italy
Rue Ch. Galland 14
1206 Geneva

consolato.ginevra@esteri.it

022/839 67 44

Fax 022/839 67 45

Consulates

Consulate General of Italy
Via Ferruccio Pelli 16
6900 Lugano

consolato.lugano@esteri.it

091/913 30 50

Fax 091/923 75 78

Consulates

Consulate General of Italy
Tödistrasse 65
8039 Zurich

segreteria.zurigo@esteri.it

044/286 62 39

Fax 044/201 16 11

Embassy

Police Office
Elfenstrasse 14
3006 Bern

031/350 07 77

Fax 031/350 07 11

EMBASSY AND CONSULATE OF ITALY

The embassy of a country contains a consular section which allows its expatriates to carry out a certain number of administrative procedures. Consulates are generally invested with tasks related to civil status. It is thus possible to establish acts for all life events (birth, marriage, recognition, death) and to obtain identity documents (passport). However, such acts may be carried out only within the limits and under the conditions laid down by the legislation of the host country.

An expatriate may also be placed under the protection of the embassy of his country if he considers that his security is not guaranteed abroad (right of asylum). In the same way, an expatriate in difficulty, who for example lost his money, his papers, can ask the help of the embassy to be repatriated.

We remain at your disposal for further information.

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