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Bahamas flag Consulate-General of the Bahamas in Miami

AddressIngraham Building Suite 818
25 South East Second Avenue
Miami, FL 33131
USA
Phonelocal: (305) 373.6295
international: +1.305.373.6295
Faxlocal: (305) 373.6312
international: +1.305.373.6312
Emailbcgmia@bellsouth.net

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Linda Upper
Mon, 23 Nov 2015 16:15 EST
Pet permit for cruising in the Bahamas
We are in transit and have just realized we need a pet permit to cruise the Bahamas. We are currently in Stuart Florida and will be here another week. We will be staying at the Loggerhead Marina. Can an application be sent there?
Loggerhead Marina
955 NW Flagler Ave
Stuart FL 34994

please advise asap
My name is Mr. Gerard Alexandre
Wed, 11 Nov 2015 12:59 EST
I have TPS in America,work permit for 18 months,what I need to do to to have a visa tourist to visit Bahamas in a cruise for 3 or 5 days
Telep.(954)2556907
Lyn P.
Wed, 19 Nov 2014 22:26 EST
Inhumane treatment
Dear Sir/Madam:

EVERY COUNTRY has the rights to enforce their immigration laws; but that does not give a country the rights to abuse, mistreat or humiliate PEOPLE. a picture from a Bahamian web page, shows your immigration officer escorting a gentleman, but that officer did not have the human decency or compassion to allow that man the opportunity to put on his shirt and shoes. It was done just to humiliate him.

In recent days there has been so much hate and resentment through Bahamian social media; Haitians have been blamed for all the crimes that are taking place in the Bahamas, yet when you read the local newspapers, the suspects names are usually English not French. It is a shame a Christian Country has shown so much animosity. On a social page someone actually wish EBOLA on Haitians. This is so wrong, but it shows the ignorance of that person, since Ebola, Aids, Cancer and many other diseases do not discriminate or claim their victims by nationality. We should be praying for a cure for all of those dreadful diseases, not wishing them on people, regardless of how much you all might hate them.
One day we all will stand before God, and give an account for our words, our actions and our deeds.
Josette Florvil
Fri, 9 May 2014 12:26 EDT
Miss
The Bahamas is a beautiful small country but, in every journey you have to put a new Visa. That is not interesting and, even when we have an American Visa. I was there in January I want to return by boat but,Too much of things. I have to have the ticket for the boat to go by consulate?
A. Mae Hazelton
Mon, 21 Oct 2013 10:56 EDT
Excellent Service, Advice and Assistance
My 81-year old Father, S. Rahming, needs a new passport (his old passport was issued under British Authority). In obtaining a information, forms needed, required documents and appointment, the individuals I spoke with displayed excellent customer service, knowledge and, when I had to cancel the initial appointment, understanding. I am confident that when I do re-schedule my father's appointment, I will recieve the same level of support in person. I appreciate this level of customer care.
ANDRES PEREZ
Wed, 14 Aug 2013 15:06 EDT
NO TRAVEL TO BAHAMAS
PLEASE DO NOT TRAVEL TO THE BAHAMAS ,,LET'S PAY THEM WHERE IT'S COUNT ,,MONEY ,,,NO MONEY TO THE BAHAMAS ,,,I CANCEL MY RES, TO BIMINI FOR 1 WEEK STAY
Luis F Rojas
Wed, 14 Aug 2013 14:06 EDT
Government of the Bahamas does not keep their word
The Prime Minester of the Bahamas has no word of honor. He stated publicly that Cuban detainees would be at liberty to board an airplane and leave The Bahamas if a third Country would take them. Now that Panama has granted Visas and would give the Cubans poltical asylum, he is ready to repatriate 24 Cubans some which were torture and abuse by Bahamians prison guards possible so they would not be able to give testimony of the uncivilized and savage conduct of the prison guards. I hope this is not the type services you provide in your hotels and resorts.
Apparently Prime Minester word can't be trusted because this is the second time the government of the Bahamas goes back on their word. Where is the honor.
Pissed off
Tue, 30 Jul 2013 14:28 EDT
Human Rights Violations of Cuban "balseros" boat people at the Immigration Detention Centers.
Rioseco - obviously YOU have never visited the Bahamas because you need to see first hand the facilities where Illegal migrants are held. NOTE i said ILLEGAL migrants.
leida Untoria- you make allegations of abuse and rape with no proof what up with that? Remember the rules that govern Chrome in Fla are similar to those in The Bahamas. GET REAL
Rioseco
Tue, 25 Jun 2013 12:04 EDT
HUMAN RIGHT
OVER MONTHS THE CUBANS THEY ARE IN PRISION AND YOU RIGHT ARE IN VIOLATION YOUR DO SAME LIKE CASTRO REPRETION AND TURTORE WHEN END THAT SITUATION,CASTRO IS PAYING TO BAHAMA FOR KEEP THIS PEOPLES IN TERRIBLE CONDITION IS INCREIBLE WHAT WHAT YOU COUNTRY HAVE ONE SPACE IN EU HOW FREE NATION PUT IN FREEDOM TO CUBANS WHAT ONLY WANT WILL BE LIFE FREE OF THE COMUNISTS YOUR DOING SAME WHAT THEY.NOT TRAVEL TO BAHAMAS ARE FRIENDS OF CASTRO.FREEDOM FOR CUBANS.
leida Untoria
Thu, 20 Jun 2013 18:25 EDT
Human Rights Violations of Cuban "balseros" boat people at the Immigration Detention Centers.
Her Excellency Dr. Paulette Bethel
Ambassador-Permanent Representative to Bahamas Mission to the United States
I respectfully request an investigation into the treatment of Cubans detained in Bahamas'immigration centers. Male/female Cubans are beaten, raped and starved by the centers' administration and with the full knowleadge of the Bahamas' government.Please, be aware that children are also detained in these centers,with their parent(s,in places of poor hygiene and extraordinary heat. Hoping for a prompt reply to this request, sincerely-Leida Untoria leidauntori@yahoo.com.

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