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Further obnoxiousness

Reader comment on item: A Consulate in Jerusalem

Submitted by Jonathan Goldberg (Israel), Jun 7, 2006 at 08:45

Apparently, if you live in or around Jerusalem, the embassy in Tel Aviv will have nothing to do with you. Also, the embassy in TA won't let you come and pick your passport up when it's ready - you have to provide a postage-paid envelope for them to mail it to you. You can get around this by finding a friend who lives closer to TA and having it mailed to them, but mailing takes more time, and if you're in a rush, time is the most precious commodity you have.

We just had a baby a week and a half ago here in J'lem. We're not looking forward to going to the Consulate and having to deal with the madness - showing up before 8AM without a stroller and without a bag of stuff for the baby. Yuck.

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