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AddressHillcrest Office Park, Woodpecker Place, First Floor
177 Dyer Road, Hillcrest
Pretoria, Gauteng 0083
South Africa
Phonelocal: (012) 366.5200
international: +27.12.366.5200
Faxlocal: (012) 366.5299
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Siphiwe Dube
Fri, 18 Apr 2014 02:23 EDT
Brazilian visa for 2014 FIFA World Cup
Kindly advise me as how does one apply for the Brazilian visa. Please advises its urgent.
Wed, 9 Apr 2014 05:02 EDT
Brazilian Actor/voice over
We are looking for a Brazilian actor/voice artist staying in Johannesburg. Not gender specific,Must be fluent in Portuguese (Brazilian accent) and must read very well. They will be compensated well for their efforts.
Mon, 7 Apr 2014 09:40 EDT
Brazilian community in Pretoria
I am looking for a Brazilian translator/voice artist staying in Pretoria. Specifically male. Must be fluent in Portuguese (Brazilian accent) and must read very well.
Regina Celia
Mon, 3 Mar 2014 03:13 EST
Name & Authorisation
I am Brazilian, South African naturalised, 22 years ago. I am going to Brazil and need to buy my ticket soon. I don't know in what name to have ticket issued. My SA passport is Regina Celia Ronne, my Brazilian passport Regina Celia Vidal Taylor. My son has a Brazilian passport, was born in SA, nearly 7. His father passed away, I need to be able to go in and out of Brazil with him without being stopped. In 2010 I had to go to court before I could leave Brazil with him, as the federal policy didn't accept the death certificate. Please advise. I live far from the embassy and can't afford to go there more than once to resolve paperwork issues.
Sat, 1 Mar 2014 08:04 EST
Visit to Brasil
I am south african, i want to vist brasil on October 2014.I need help to get visa,what document must i submit and where?
Sat, 22 Feb 2014 15:25 EST
visa barzil
My name is abdulqadir I wanna visit brazil my friend is there and he is sick I wanna go there and help him I have refugee passpor south afrika so how can I get visa my phone number is 27781645999 and my email.aniga4u@hotmail.com
abdi ali
Sat, 22 Feb 2014 04:30 EST
My name is ali I wanna visit brazil my friend is there and he is sick I wanna go there and help him I have refugee passpor south afrika so can I get visa my phone number is +27738530746 email khaaliqyare@hotmail.com so plz
shahzad ahmad
Sat, 22 Feb 2014 04:25 EST
dear sir
i m pakistani and i have not any permit only i have south african asalam but i want to go brazil for a job can you help me plz
email addres
Wed, 19 Feb 2014 04:34 EST
visit visa for brazil
respected sir/ madam

good day
i m Indian passport holder. i have Indian passport. i m living here since last one year. i have relative permit here. i want to visit brazil for holidays. i m self employee here. so i would like to know what document i require to submit my file for visa . my contact number 0617396198.
Wed, 19 Feb 2014 01:49 EST
Brazilian wants to buy house in South Africa
Good day . I have a friend, a Brazilian businessman, who wants to buy a house in Pretoria. What are the procedures and requirements he needs to follow? Will there be any problems?
Please email me at helenapetersen82@gmail.com
Thank you

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