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Shannon Wilker
Tue, 20 Jun 2017 22:27 EDT
Work Visa Documents needed for an American living in Colombia
What documents are needed? I have a list from my new employer in Sao Paulo, but he told me to check with the Consulate in Bogota to clarify.

Where can I find this information? Thank you so much!
Ogbeide Osagie
Sat, 26 Mar 2016 19:49 EDT
football player
My name is Ogbeide Osagie i am 14 years of age, i a from a Nigeria and i am from Edo state.I live in a small town called Ekpoma.I was born and and raised by my parent. I attend my nursery and primary school in ujemen, I am a great footballer, I played for ujemen united and so many school competetitions.I quite school because of the love i have for football.i would like to play for any team. Is there anybody out there that can sponsor my carrier so that i can be able to play for the big teams around the world? Please my email is
joanne copley
Tue, 10 Nov 2015 18:15 EST
brazilian visa
Hi, I am Australian and wondering how long it takes to get a brazilian visa from your embassy. Thank you.
Ali Omar
Mon, 9 Mar 2015 13:00 EDT
Stop visa selling in your embassy with Somali passports !
Here in Kenya we have a man his name is IMEEY he is from Uganda, he is works trafficking, he sends Somali and Kenyan passports to the Brazil embassy in Colombia.
then the Brazil visas is issued from there then the people travel from Nairobi-Kenya.
NB: YOU have to stop that dirty and useless business in your embassy please.
Alexandra Cratsenberg
Sun, 5 Jan 2014 16:13 EST
Tourist visa for US citizen

I would like to apply for a tourist visa for an American citizen. Do I need to make an appointment to apply in the Bogota, Columbia Embassy?

Thank you,

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