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AddressHouse No 41, Road No 113
Gulshan Model Town
Dhaka 1212
Bangladesh
Phonelocal: (02) 988.2277
international: +880.2.988.2277
Faxlocal: (02) 881.1983
international: +880.2.881.1983

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Joni
Fri, 31 Oct 2014 07:27 EDT
Visa
Crazy people are in Bangladesh!!!
akkas ali
Thu, 30 Oct 2014 23:42 EDT
uae visa
visa 2050 kulbe
MD SOHEL
Thu, 30 Oct 2014 22:49 EDT
01828863225
SIR AMAR JONNU AKTA VISA DAN
akkas ali
Thu, 30 Oct 2014 14:22 EDT
rami
visa potey gayse..kono sala visa kulte parvena
bul_walid
Thu, 30 Oct 2014 14:02 EDT
@Rami
Your Absolutely right...we cannot judge anything right now..we should wait atleast somedays...it a long process..it wont be finish within fews days.so u guys dont use any abuse word
Be passion and pray

Thanks
bul_walid
Thu, 30 Oct 2014 13:50 EDT
UAE keen to strengthen ties with Bangladesh: PM todays news
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said leaders of the United Arab Emirates expressed their interest in import of manpower from Bangladesh and expand areas of cooperation with the country.







She told a press conference at Ganabhaban on Thursday that her visit to the Emirates has been successful.

“I had a constructive discussion with leaders of the UAE on various bilateral, regional and international issues," she said.

The visit has created new hope for opening up of UAE’s labour market to Bangladeshis and created opportunities for the two countries to work together in many issues, she said.

Hasina paid a three-day official visit to the UAE from October 25 at the invitation of Vice-President and Prime Minister of the Middle Eastern country Sheikh Mohamamd Bin Rashid al Maktum.
Delwar
Thu, 30 Oct 2014 13:12 EDT
visa
imadar jara manus uae ta isa thra bolsa ja 2015 fasta visa deya manus neba
i fuck
Thu, 30 Oct 2014 09:32 EDT
i will fuck this bangladeshi. she cannot open the visa because so many people waiting for when this open the visa and lot of people working in company they will not give the salary because i want need to be help bangladesh government. can you open the transfer visa because lot of people working very diffucult if you cannot open the visa bangladesh people not give the company responsibility. because every people working their every month. not give the salary. labour asking the company give my salary company said i cannot give you salary. if you like work do that my company. if you dont like, go cancel. because i asking my country government this month is open the visa cannot open the transfer visa.
Rami
Thu, 30 Oct 2014 06:07 EDT
Visa
U Roy, without asking me again yu can always check with the authority to verify the information..i already gave yu the link earlier http://www.afza.gov.ae/ where yu can find contact/email or yu can also find other "free zone" authority website on the internet and write to them..main industrial area in uae are mostly on "free zone" established companies.

but as said i still have doubt abt usual Bangladeshi workers visa cause this time UAE govt seems will be strict in terms of genuity of the people...so they may not take a bunch of people suddenly like past..it will be open Insallah but slowly slowly people will go in near future one batch by one and it will be controlled..cause authority might want to see this time if these workers category people really behaving well or will be doing same like in past criminals!!
U Roy
Thu, 30 Oct 2014 04:43 EDT
Rami
Rami vaia if open ''Free Zone'' visa in UAe then slowly open in all catagory visa & no problem of all BD people. If open Free Zone visa in January no problem but how much true in this news?

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