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Wed, 5 Mar 2014 08:32 EST
Kindly i would like to get some advice on some of the questions i have been having....
1.On what grounds can one be denied a visa to travel to Italy
2.How can i get a working visa for Italy and also on what grounds can i be denied the visa
Mohamed Ali Tohow
Tue, 4 Mar 2014 08:31 EST
political asylum
i was former policeman in somalia who was recognized by the united nations as a political asylum Rome via copernice 19, in 1986. I also worked in italy for more than 10 years which i was paying and contributing taxes. so i need the Italian passport and my righteous money.
Email and phone address is as follows;
yours faithful
Mohamed Ali
Mon, 17 Feb 2014 05:24 EST
Aupair Visa
would like to know if you offer Aupair Visa and if not which option would one use if she gets an Aupair job in Italy?

Please email me on. ntoyiand@yahoo.com
Tue, 11 Feb 2014 16:47 EST
requesting for visa
requesting for a visa
I was asking kindly if you offer aupair visa and if you do how much is the visa fee and what are the Documents Required?
email me at. anneorina@gmail.com
Shirley Aburir Otwoma
Tue, 28 Jan 2014 11:50 EST
requesting for a visa
I was asking kindly if you offer aupair visa and if you do how much is the visa fee....
email me at. otwomashirley@gmail.com
Mon, 20 Jan 2014 09:31 EST
Requesting italy visa
please I kindly request from you to notify me one month for touring to italy.
email me at maxamedgurey143@hotmail.com
Mon, 20 Jan 2014 05:05 EST
am carol,i applied for the Italian Visa three times in your embassy and i was denied the Visa
Kindly ,lemmie know what could have been the problem,because the reasons which you were giving were not making sense to me.i really wasted alot of money while applying the visa for the three times.
Hassan Mohamed adam
Tue, 14 Jan 2014 01:41 EST
Mia Moglia e in Kenya cerca una anno ma ancora c'è grande problema perché ogni settimana lo spende di di più 50€ sola per per trasporto di più mangiare affitto allora piu io in somma quasi al mesi di piu 1200€ ma il problema non ancora avuto visa 2012 vino adesso mi ha votato tropo pensare si chiama mia Moglia najmo ali omar nata 01011988 grazie
Tue, 31 Dec 2013 07:50 EST
internships opportunity
Kindly i would request to be notified the way of getting a internship possibilities in the embassy Nairobi....Thanx
Mon, 30 Dec 2013 10:29 EST
Driving license
Am a Kenyan leaving in Italia for now. Here in Italia, we can drive with our international driving license for one year then after its not valid any more and we have to study for having an Italian driving license.. One is that we have first to study the difficult langue even to the Italians themselves and then to study for the License, after driving here for one year, then you have like one year to study the language or even more, then the license after you have drive for the last one year. Does this make sense? Why for the Italians in Kenya are not treated like we are been treated here in Italy? Why our government can’t speak with the Italian government and we could also be able to convert our international driving license like some other countries are doing here in Italy? Why no one ever think that things have to be two ways traffic? That they don’t have to be special because they are white and we can’t be treated the same because we are black or because we are just Kenyans? For the Italians in Kenya they can drive for 3 months and then after they get the resident they can convert in to Kenyan one with no problem.. Myself its now one year since I got the resident ship here in Italy and still I can’t convert…. Please our Kenyan government, WHY LIKE THIS? CAN A STEP BE TAKEN OVER THIS? CAN WE HAVE A GOVERNMENT THAT CARES ABOUT ITS PEOPLE? I could write more than this but I hope my point is taken…

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