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Guyanese flag Honorary Consulate of Guyana in Miami

Honorary ConsulMr. Ramzan Roshanali
Address795 NW 72nd Street
Miami, FL 33150
USA
Phonelocal: (786) 235.0431
international: +1.786.235.0431
Faxlocal: (305) 693.9313
international: +1.305.693.9313
Emailguyanaconsulate@aol.com

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Guillermo Bevinista
Wed, 17 Sep 2014 15:36 EDT
Need to update your email addres on your webiste
PLEASE POST THE NEW EMAIL: guyconfl@aol.com
Gangati
Fri, 11 Jul 2014 02:34 EDT
Can some Answer the Phone at the Consulate
Even if you post a review on the internet my guess is that the Guyana Consulate in Miami will not improve their services to their countrymen that either need to renew or get a new passport.

I have left numerous voice messages on their phone recorder with even getting any in return to a simple question. What are their working hours, 10:00 am to 4:00 pm when there is no one there to answer the phone nor to attend the public, Most of the time the consulate is closed, and, it's not on a holiday. They are not there to attend the public.

Please help to someone in desperate need to get a new passport. HELP
Sheila
Fri, 11 Jul 2014 02:25 EDT
A little better phone etiquette
Besides leaving several voice messages with calls never being returned. When you do get someone the lady is not very professional I guess that she must be de Consul wife, she has the same last name.

Being a diplomat's wife require more diplomacy and customer skills, we only call the Consulate because we need a new passport, but, if that's the type of image a person working at the consulate, then we are not better nation than most of even the people from the 5th or 6th world, not even the 3rd. What a shame and to think that we have to pay for such rotten treatment is really a disgrace to our country.
Jennifer
Wed, 25 Jun 2014 19:54 EDT
Guyana Passport Renewal
I need to renew my Guyana passport. Do you provide this service. If so, please let me know what are the requirements. Thank you.
Lisa
Tue, 24 Jun 2014 20:52 EDT
No one answers phone calls
CALL THE GUYANA AMBASSADOR IN WASHINGTON TO COMPLAIN! (202) 265-6900
Lisa
Tue, 24 Jun 2014 20:48 EDT
No one answers phone calls
No one answers the phones in this office. I wonder what would happen if enough people complain to the ambassador in Washington. It's sad how you treat your own people! I think I'll change my mind about doing business in Guyana as I can now clearly see what to expect strictly by the representation your own consulate office demonstrates.
Sandra
Tue, 24 Jun 2014 10:45 EDT
Can someone answer the phone in the Consulate
I have left numerous phone messages at the Guyana Consulate to set-up an appointment for a New Passport. Calls are not being returned nor answers to email. We need a New Passport and would like to know how to do so, without travelling all the way to Miami and finding that the Embassy is not open.

Others fellow countrymen have traveled from other areas of Florida to find that no one is at the Consulate so they have to stay overnight with the hope of someone being there the following day, which may or may not occur.

Please let me know that someone is there during 10:00 AM and 4:00 PM as the phone recording states.

Thank you,
shivrani
Mon, 26 May 2014 22:52 EDT
we hate you
we do not need mr. ali.....
Indira
Tue, 29 Apr 2014 15:00 EDT
MR. Dev R
Hello Mr. Dev I would love to get intouch with the consulate I really need to meet the consulate in Miami for Trinidad and Tobago.

Thank You
a.jones
Sat, 6 Jul 2013 15:13 EDT
birth certificate
Request contact info for requesting birth certificate..born 1946 in New Amsterdam

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