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Brazilian flag Embassy of Brazil in San José

AddressEdifício Torre Mercedes, 6º Piso
Paseo Colón
San José
Costa Rica
PostalPO Box 10132-1000
Phonelocal: 2295.6875
international: +506.2295.6875
Faxlocal: 2295.6874
international: +506.2295.6874

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Tue, 1 May 2018 23:21 EDT
Apply for a loan with just 2% interest rate.
We are reputable and accredited private loan lender, We offer all types of loan with 2% interest rate and no credit check. We do also offer refinancing home loans, the minimum and maximum amount we loan out is $5,000.00 Dollars to $6,000,000.00 Dollars,

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Wed, 15 Feb 2017 10:12 EST
Global-LT esta buscando maestros de portugues para dar clases privadas en San Jose. Enviar CV a para ser considerados.
Sat, 7 Nov 2015 07:33 EST
Presidential Ambassador
War Room is an private section to pray are do you have to be warned.!
natalie bakeeff
Mon, 11 May 2015 16:16 EDT
visa for canadian passport
hello, what is the procedure to get a visa to brazil in costa rica? i have a canadian passport. thank u
Thu, 28 Jul 2011 17:24 EDT
Se necesita profesor de portugues para dar clases en Ciudad Colon - Costa Rica.
Interesados escribir al correo e indicar algun telefono donde les pueda llamar

TEL: 2249-5863

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