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Brazilian flag Embassy of Brazil in Kuala Lumpur

AddressSuite 20-01, 20th Floor, Menara Tan & Tan
Jalan Tun Razak 207
50400 Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia
Phonelocal: (03) 2171.1420
international: +60.3.2171.1420
Faxlocal: (03) 2171.1427
international: +60.3.2171.1427
Emailembassy@brazilembassy.org.my

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zulkifli ahmad
Sat, 30 Jul 2016 04:10 EDT
brasilian money
Want to asking can we chance old brasilian money to embassy.banco central do brasil
sir g kay hl hai
Mon, 18 Jul 2016 08:46 EDT
m.luqman.03454793957
Sir g vaz KB a rah hi
MOHAMMED SAYFUDDIN
Wed, 13 Jul 2016 05:45 EDT
Brazil Visa, Marriage in Brazil, Invitation Letter and More
Need any assistance regarding Brazil visa, doing business in Brazil or Latin America,tourism in Brazil, invitation letter, marriage,residency permit and more...pls whatsapp me on +880 171 259 3316 or Viber on +55 11 948 012 868
Md Muzaffor hussain
Fri, 15 Apr 2016 10:24 EDT
visit to brazil
Dear Sir/Medam,
I m Bangladeshi.Now I m studying in malaysia.I would like to visit in Brazil.So what kind of documents I'v to be submit to embassy
Your kind and urgent response willbe highly appreciated.
Thanks and sincerel.
Muzaffor hussain.
Mohamad Ibrahim
Tue, 1 Dec 2015 02:02 EST
OFFICER FOR DEPARTMENT OF -TRADE - CULTURE - TOURISM - SPORTS
DEAR SIR,
WITH REFERENCE TO THE ABOVE MATTER I HAVE STRONG EXPERIENCE IN THE ABOVE MENTIONED SECTORS.IF THE EMBASSY IS IN A NEED OF AN OFFICER WITH LOCAL LIASON WITH THE GOVT.OF MALAYSIA, JUST WHATSSAPP
taysif
Mon, 23 Nov 2015 01:11 EST
tourist/visiting visa
It is a great privileged writing to you regarding my plan of visiting Brazilian and for a sight seeing for the period of my school vocation. I am a foreign student, studying Diploma in Hotel & catering in one of the institute here in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia (Lincoln University College. Malaysia). I am a Bangladesh citizen, presently in Malaysia for a study.

In this regards i hope this office will guide me on a possible way of visiting Brazil for a period of fourteen (14) days stay in Brazil. Your kind and urgent response will be highly appreciated.

Thanks and sincerely yours,
mr taysif
Mobile no: +60102554649
email: taysif27@gmail.com
romey
Sat, 14 Nov 2015 17:34 EST
requirements to marry a brazilian
may i know the requirements to marry a brazilian girl pls
romeymaa@gmail.com
Hosne mobarak
Thu, 22 Oct 2015 15:06 EDT
What I do for get Brazil visa for travel
Dear sir/madam
How are you? I'm a Bangladeshi, now I'm studying in Malaysia in Lincoln university, actually I would like to travel ur country so how I get turist visa? If u help me then I will great full to u ,? Thank you

Jeshanmobarak@gmail.com
gnanamah
Thu, 22 Oct 2015 03:00 EDT
return flight ticket
sir, i wish to visit brazil as a tourist. i have bought my flight ticket to sao paulo but have yet to book my return flight ticket to malaysia. i am a malaysian citizen. will i be refused at the flight counter permission to board the plane if my return ticket is not shown at the counter. thanks
Liyana Mohamed Noor
Mon, 12 Oct 2015 04:53 EDT
Need vacation to Brazil
To Whom may concern,
Hello I'm Malaysian, my plans want to have vacation about 14 days in Brazil on winter season possibly during Christmas by this year 2015.
Do i need prepare tourist visa? Or do i pay any amount when upon arrival?
Appreciate your respond soonest.
Thank you,
Liyana

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