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Address16th Floor, Liberty Center Bldg,
104 H.V. Dela Costa Street, Salcedo Village
1227 Makati City, Metro Manila
Philippines
Phonelocal: (02) 845.3651
international: +63.2.845.3651
Faxlocal: (02) 845.3676
international: +63.2.845.3676
Emailbrascom@info.com.ph

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Renda Rabotaso
Sat, 20 Oct 2012 06:23 EDT
good eve, ask ko lang po if kailangan pa ng transit visa papuntang Brazil? pupunta po kasi ako sa ECUADOR at ung ticket ko my stop over sa Brazil. Sow kailngan ko pa ba nang transit visa? thanks
Eliza corbito
Wed, 3 Oct 2012 12:46 EDT
Tourist visa
Hello po ask ko Lang po paano makakuha ng visa papunta brazil,may boyfriend po ako na Brazilian sya po ang gagastos lahat ng expenses ko at yung tutuluyan ko po doon..pls Sana po masagot nio..
Emy Grace Tantog
Mon, 1 Oct 2012 23:42 EDT
What are the requirements needed to go to Brazil for a week visit?
I am a filipina and im planning to go to brazil nextweek for a visit..I just have my passport, roundtrip ticket and hotel accomodation..do i need to comply some other things aside from thse things i had already? thanks and Godbless.
Martin
Tue, 4 Sep 2012 04:12 EDT
Visa fee
I am a seaman working in a luxury ship visiting also Brazil. I am required to pay for my visa in Brazil for USD 175. Is this the cost for a visa for my category.
jenny gabas
Sun, 2 Sep 2012 08:18 EDT
visit to brazil
hi im a filipino i have a boy friend from texas usa. but now i live here in philippines i plan to have a vacation in brazil with my bf.
do i need visa to visit there?
anagil barral
Fri, 24 Aug 2012 03:02 EDT
hi have a nice day!i have a question,how to get information to proceed to brazil,i visit my boyfriend,i will not work in this period of 90 days.i stay with my boyfriend house of abilio oliveira under his responsibility and i want to learn the language,my question,1. where do begin to make this things happen?2. what are the requirements 3. what the documents to be needed in process? 4. how to get travel agency? if possible you can reply in my e mail address...oliveira.anagil@yahoo.com
Claudio Okabayashi
Thu, 16 Aug 2012 11:02 EDT
Casamento nas Filipinas
Bom dia, meu nome é Claudio, sou nissei e moro no Japão. Bom, sou divorciado e gostaria de saber quais os documentos necessários para se casar nas Filipinas, tenho em mãos certidão de nascimento e a averbação do meu divórcio. Sem mais agradeço a atenção. O meu email é claudio-1968-okabayashi@hotmail.com
nelia
Tue, 31 Jul 2012 04:56 EDT
passport renewal
Brazillian passport holder with working visa here in PH need to renew his passport may i know the requirements, timeline and fees?
sergio minoru kino
Thu, 19 Jul 2012 07:37 EDT
+551150249320
good morning!! Pls . Ano papels para pupunta ang asawa ko at anak ko d2 sa brazil? Merom kame marrege certifict ja sa pinas .pls saguting mo. Ako para gagawa ako paraang para kasama pamilia ko ulet.
sergio minoru kino
Thu, 19 Jul 2012 07:30 EDT
+551150249320
hi!. Oque devo fazer para trazer minha mulher e meus filhos para o brasil? Sou casado ai ns philippinas nao sei si ela registro no cunsulado brasileiro mas queria muito poder estar com eles ,so oque me resto depois da tragedia do tsunami no japao ,depois dessa tragedia por nàô ter todos documentos em maos minha familia teve que ir pro pais de origem e eu pro brasil

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