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Bahamas flag Honorary Consulate of the Bahamas in Bridgetown

Honorary ConsulMr. Selwyn Smith
Address#102 Husbands Heights
St. James
Barbados
Phonelocal: (246) 424.5082
international: +1.246.424.5082
Faxlocal: (246) 424.0556
international: +1.246.424.0556
Emailsims@sunbeach.net

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Carlos Lozano
Tue, 14 Nov 2017 22:27 EST
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Kamaleshkumar
Fri, 4 Nov 2016 04:18 EDT
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oremade Olusheyi
Wed, 30 Apr 2014 14:23 EDT
Visa from Barbados to Bahamas
Please, how do I get Bahamas visa from Barbados as a Nigeria citizen.
Dr Uma Gaur
Wed, 22 May 2013 12:25 EDT
Visa for Czech republic
The consulate of Czech republic is in Bahamas.
Do the visa for Czech republic is processed from consulate. I am an Indian citizen working and living in Barbados.
Thanks

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