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201 East Ohio Street, Suite 200
CHICAGO, IL 60611
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Phone:  + 1 (312) 670-6707

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Consulate General will be closed on May 28, 2018 in observance of the U.S. Memorial Day. If you are a citizen of the Republic of Serbia in need of emergency assistance, please call + 1 312 804 0123.  

 


 
 
 
SERBIA'S VOLLEYBALL TEAM IN CHICAGO

The volleyball men's national team of Serbia will play in Chicago, and on that occasion will play matches with the national teams of the United States, Poland and Iran from 15th to 17th of June 2018. Matches are being played within the League of Nations.

The matches will be played at Sears Center Arena (5333 Prairie Stone Pkwy, Hoffman Estates, IL 60192).

The Consulate General invites volleyball enthusiasts and all interested parties to support the volleyball team of Serbia on this occasion.

For more information click here.
 


ADMISSION TO CITIZENSHIP ON THE BASIS OF RESIDENCE IN SERBIA

A new Law on Supplementing the Law on Citizenship of the Republic of Serbia has been adopted In Serbia, which allows for the citizen of the SFRY, or a citizen of another republic of the former SFRY, or a citizen of another state originating in the territory of SFRY, who on December 31, 2016 and on the day of filing the application has a registered residence in the Republic of Serbia. An application on the basis this legality may be filed within one year and no later than April 3, 2019. (Article 3 of the Law on Amendments to the Law on Citizenship of the Republic of Serbia).

The cited legal basis encompasses the category of individuals who have registered residence in the territory of the Republic of Serbia on December 31, 2016, as well as on the day of submitting the application, while at the same time being the citizens of some of the countries which were established within the territory of the SFRY. With the application for admission to the citizenship of the Republic of Serbia, proof of residence in the territory of the Republic of Serbia, as well as a birth certificate and proof of citizenship of the country established in the territory of the former Yugoslavia must be submitted.

Details can be found here.


"HYPNOTIZED BY LOVE" BY DUSAN KOVACEVIC AT THE SERVANTES CULTURAL CENTER IN CHICAGO

The play "Hypnotized by Love" by Dusan Kovacevic, the greatest Serbian contemporary drama writer, was presented at the Cervantes Cultural Center in Chicago. The organizers of the presentation of the Serbian play were International Voices Project in cooperation with the American theater "Vitalist" and the Consulate General of the Republic of Serbia in Chicago.
The roles from the play were read by the actors from the "Vitalist Theater". Dennis Barnett, a professor of dramaturgy from Iowa, translated the play from Serbian into English. This was the first presentation of the play "Hypnotized by Love" in English.
The play was featured within the 9th International Voices Project in Chicago, which also presented theater plays from Spain, Poland, Syria, Canada, Finland, Germany, India and Canada.
Prior to the program the audience was addressed by Patricia Lombardi Acerra, Executive Director of the International Voices Project and Vesna Zafirovski, a representative of the Consulate General, who thanked the organizers for choosing a Serbian playwright for the Festival, and emphasized the role and significance of Dusan Kovacevic in Serbian theater and film art.
Following the reading of the play Professor Barnett and actors of the "Vitalist Theater" answered the questions from the audience.
The photo gallery (by Scott Dray) can be found here.


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