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London: collaboration between the Consulate General and patronages continues on biometric data

LONDON - The experimental initiative promoted by the Consulate General has successfully started in London, with the Italian patronages active in the United Kingdom (ACLI, INAS-CISL, INCA–CGIL and ITAL-UIL) involved in the front line in the collection of fingerprints for the purpose of issuing passports to compatriots. The excellent success of the collaboration was confirmed by the consul general Domenico Bellantone in a message to his compatriots in which he recalled that, "as a further initiative to increase the number of appointments available for passport renewal", what Bellantone hopes is a "long and fruitful collaboration".

"Since mid-November and on a weekly basis", the consul general says, "the patronages have given the willingness to host missions of officials from the Passport Office at their headquarters for the purpose of collecting biometric fingerprints for the subsequent processing of the file in Consulate and forwarding of the passport directly to your home. To book an appointment, simply contact the Patronage chosen on the basis of your needs and the dates on the calendar". These appointments, Bellantone points out, "are additional to those made available daily at 7.00 pm through the Prenot@mi portal".

Before the Christmas holidays each patronage has already hosted one or two meetings, but the calendar is enriched in 2023 with new missions depending on the number of users who request an appointment. At the moment these additional dates are scheduled:

20 January,

30 March and

27 April, from 2.00 pm onwards,

at the ACLI headquarters at 134 Clerkenwell Road (London EC1R 5DL);

27 January,

24 February,

24 March and

28 April, always from 2.00 pm onwards, at the INAS-CISL at 248 Vauxhall Bridge Road (London SW1V 1AU);

18 January and

22 February, from 2.00 pm onwards, at the ITAL-UIL at 23-28 Great Russell Street (Second Floor, Congress House, London WC1B 3LS, UK);

13 January and

19 April, from 10 am onwards, in the INCA-CGIL headquarters at 124 Canonbury Road (London N1 2UT).

Finally, the consul general advises that "the service is totally free and represents a further effort by this office and the patronages involved to bring the institutions closer to the citizen"




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