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AddressParwati - houses Nr. 38/39
Father Agnelo Road
Goa 403001
Phonelocal: (0832) 242.1524
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Fri, 31 Jan 2014 06:22 EST
Employment in the UK
Ray, firstly i would like to bow down to you for the help that you render to confused and lost people. I went through a lot of questions asked by people on this forum. You are really great.
My mother has a portuguese passport where as my father has an indian passport. If my father is willing to work in the UK, how does he need to go about for visa issues. Also he is at the age of 60 with a bachelors degree in commerce, what kind of jobs should he be finding once he is in the UK. How is employment in the UK? I am eagerly waiting for your reply ray. Thanks & God Bless.
Ray - Kate
Thu, 30 Jan 2014 08:44 EST
No worries, all I need is your prayers !
Kate - Ray
Thu, 30 Jan 2014 06:35 EST
Thank you Ray on behalf of all to whom you have been dedicatedly answering the queries even though they may be silly or repeated your good work is appreciated. god bless you for this service and assistance.
Ray - Zinia
Wed, 29 Jan 2014 06:32 EST
Its better if you contact Lisbon directly. It should not take that long actually. Send your questions, to crcentrais@dgrn.mj.pt, they will reply, withing few days!

Things are taking too long in Lisbon. Too many people are applying, from Goa. If you hired a lawyer in Lisbon I think it does make a difference.
Ray - misseffieferns
Wed, 29 Jan 2014 06:26 EST
Well things are gone pretty slow in Lisbon, to get a process number it normally takes a month, but there has been a lot of backlog and things are taking too long. I had submitted my file in November last year and I have not got a process number either.So, other than waiting and keeping in touch with them you cant do much....

Email: crcentrais@dgrn.mj.pt

EMail them your details, and they will reply back with the process of your application.
Wed, 29 Jan 2014 01:41 EST
Normally how long does it take to register mothers birth in lisbon?
3 months has passed i am doing my portuguese nationality through one agent in Margao. they said they already has sent the documents for my mother birth registering in lisbon i called the office after 3 months to ask for the process number but they said their lawyers are doing it why cannot they issue me the processing number of my mother birth? Please someone help me! I am confused.
Tue, 28 Jan 2014 23:16 EST
Hi! Ray. My son had submitted his documents on August'13 at the Goa consulate, for his birth registeration. Since he did not receive his assent, he wrote to the consulate at Lisbon, after consulting the Goa consulate,in the first week of Jan,'14. Last week he got a reply from Lisbon, asking him to submit a copy of his identification, for verification.I.e, his passport copy.As soon as my son received this mail, he submitted his passport copy at the Goa consulate. And at the consulate,they told him to write to Lisbon again in one months time & tell them that the passport copy is sent & ask them for a reply.Mr. Ray can U please clarify as to what has happened, as he had already submitted his passport copy along with all the documents. Desperately waiting for a favourable reply.
Oswald Pereira
Tue, 28 Jan 2014 20:44 EST
Indian passport surrender
I have got my Portuguese passport and want to travel to UK. I am having a problem surrendering my Indian passport as it was renewed in China and the passport office says there are no details. Can I leave the country with my fresh Portuguese passport without surrendering my Indian passport ? What documents are needed at the airport during the time of travel ?
Ray - Mukesh
Tue, 28 Jan 2014 14:53 EST
Yes, you can !
Ray - Kate
Tue, 28 Jan 2014 14:53 EST
No need of PCC, your visa would be your PCC!

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