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AddressElias Al Hilo Street
Ba'abda
Beirut
Lebanon
Phonelocal: (05) 922.500
international: +961.5.922.500
Faxlocal: (05) 922.502
international: +961.5.922.502
Emailjoremb@dm.net.lb

Comments on this Embassy

Karam Igmaim
Tue, 23 Jul 2013 06:15 EDT
تبادل ثقافي
أنا المرشحه الاولى في التبادل الثقافي بين الاردن ولبنان من قبل وزارة التعليم العالي الاردنيه الرجاء اعلامي بما وصلت اليه الاجراءت لتحصيل القبول في الجامعه اللبنانيه
ashraf almanaseer
Sun, 26 May 2013 06:41 EDT
استفسار
انا ادرس في لبنان طرابلس دكتوراة في جامعة الجنان ارغب بالقدوم الى الجامعة يوم الاربعاء 5/6/2013 واود الاستفسار منكم عن الحالة الامنية هناك وارغب بنصيحتكم
Marcelo Pinto Gomes
Tue, 23 Oct 2012 18:36 EDT
Jordanian Visa
Dear Sir, Good Morning!
I`m a brazilian citizen who is leaving in Naqoura, Lebanon since SET/12 working for United Nations in UNIFIL for 01 year.
I would like to go to Jordan for a tourist visit around JAN or FEB/13 and I need a VISA to go.
Could you help me with the necessary procedures to obtain a VISA? Where is the nearest Embassy from Naqoura?(the address and phone number)
What documents I should take with me? How much will it cost? How long will it take to get ready?
My passaport is valid until SEP/17.

Thank you very much for your attention.
Best Regards.

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