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Mozambique flag Honorary Consulate of Mozambique in Sydney

AddressSuite 4.05, 247 Coward Street
Mascot NSW 2030
Australia
Phonelocal: (02) 9669.1099
international: +61.2.9669.1099
Faxlocal: (02) 9317.4514
international: +61.2.9317.4514
Emailmozambique.honconsul@gmail.com

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Beryl Kapeni
Wed, 23 Jul 2014 17:14 EDT
Looking Australian work vissa
Iam Mozambican currrent looking for Australian vissa
Irma Hausmann
Wed, 4 Jun 2014 20:52 EDT
visa for Mozambique
are the comments above about getting a visa on the border still correct?
pls email:
irmahaus@hotmail.com

thanks
Cecilia
Wed, 5 Feb 2014 16:07 EST
A little help
Im mozambican , and the only advice i can give its to google the gov.website of mozambique , you can find all the information or i can give you some important tips and information, ausonia.kyara@gmail.com .
Peter Manthey
Mon, 9 Dec 2013 18:30 EST
Too Difficult
I don't know if anyone in Embassy authority reads this website but as the comments show people have great difficulty getting accurate info on Visas . I don't know if they care about tourism , one would think they should ,if so they need to make things easier . Info shouldn't be hard to get someone just needs to think about it !
Glen Gilbert
Mon, 25 Nov 2013 22:30 EST
best way to obtain visas for the family
Good afternoon what is the best way to obtain travel visas for the family to go to mozambique my wife is originally from mozambique andis now an Australian citizen we are looking to go back around February with the children
Scott Ryan
Tue, 19 Mar 2013 01:46 EDT
Contact details
The only way to obtain information from the consultae is to email ANdrew on this address mozambique.honconsul@gmail.com
I'll update on how long a response takes etc once I receive one.
Gregory
Mon, 29 Oct 2012 18:49 EDT
We are looking for Native Speakers of Zulu - Job
Native speakers of Zulu required.


Summary of tasks:

The main task involves listening to audio recordings in Zulu speech and typing out what is said or fixing the given Zulu text to match the audio.



Another task involves listening to recordings to determine if they are suitable to be used, for example if the dialect is correct, or if there is too much background noise



Essential skills:

- Must be a native speaker of Zulu from South Africa

- Must be able to identify different dialects from South Africa

- Must have typing experience in Zulu

- Good spelling and knowledge of grammar in Zulu

- Language skills must be current i.e. the language is still spoken and written



Desirable skills:

- Attention to detail

- Previous language/linguistic training highly preferred

- Be available to work at least 3 days a week at our office in Chatswood, Sydney



Project start date:

as soon as possible



Payment:

$22.07 p/h inclusive superannuation.



How to apply:

To be considered for this role, please register your details with our AppenOnline and sit the Zulu spelling test:



http://appenonline.appen.com.au



You will need to have an Internet connection with the latest version of Mozilla Firefox and Flash Player (links provided to install these).



After you have passed the spelling test, please submit your resume to: recruitment@appenbutlerhill.com



Appen Butler Hill develops high quality speech and language technology solutions namely used in car navigation systems, mobile phones, word processing packages, directory assistance, speaker verification tools and hand-held machine translation devices. Our staff comprises linguists, IT professionals and Project Managers who collaborate to produce quality work in over 100 different languages for many of the world’s leading companies.
peter allsop
Wed, 12 Sep 2012 15:02 EDT
Is there a mozambique consulate in Australia?
I am
Returning to Australia from
Mozambique and want to apply fora working visa. I currently have a mozambique business visa. Is ther e somewhere I can do this?
Bee
Sun, 2 Sep 2012 07:37 EDT
Visa for mozambique
I am travelling with a group. As an Australian passport holder I was told that my passport has to be sent to London for the visa. I do not want to do this. I was also told that I can get a visa at border crossings and would like to know how much time and docts necessary to facilitate the application as I do not want the group to wait all day for my visa to be processed. also, can you name a few broder corssings. I will be crossing after Kruger Nat Park.

Pls response to biwan@bigpond.com
Australian Traveller
Fri, 12 Aug 2011 02:17 EDT
Recent Mozambique visas
I am an Australian passport holder. I just returned from my first trip to Mozambique. Looking at the comments, maybe I should have conducted more research, but I didn't prior to travel, and just turned up on the doorstep. For Australian and many other passports (I noted American and UK holders in the lineup with me), you just have to pay $66 for a 1 month visa for business/tourism. I cannot comment on some of the lesser known passport origins. There are additional timeframes up to about 12 months (from memory). Take or exchange prior to arrival small denomination USD, as they don't have change (they won't have 4x $1 bills in change and you'll have to make up the difference in another recognised currency, which annoys them, assuming as they do that the whole world relies on the US peso). You'll have a mug shot taken and a whole page visa inserted into your passport. Done, too easy. Cheers all, enjoy your time, it's a pretty nice place.

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