Iceland in New York

The Consulate General carries out regular consular functions including assistance to Icelandic nationals and firms in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Rhode Island.

The Consulate General acts as a Trade and Investment office for North America and hosts the Icelandic Trade Commission for Invest in Iceland, Film in Iceland, Icelandic American Chamber of Commerce and Iceland Naturally in cooperation with Promote Iceland.

The Embassy of Iceland in Washington D.C. also provides a list of frequently asked questions that provide a clear overview of information and assistance that the Embassy is able to provide.

For tourist information or brochure requests please e-mail: visiticeland@promoteiceland.is

Please contact the Consulate General if you have any further questions.

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Icelandic Seafood Trade Show in Chicago on March 16th
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17.01.2017 • MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS
Foreign Minister meets with residing Ambassadors
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