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Brazilian flag Embassy of Brazil in Sao Tome

AddressAv. Marginal 12 De Julho, Nº 20
São Tomé
Sao Tome and Principe
Phonelocal: 226.060
international: +239.226.060
Faxlocal: 226.895
international: +239.226.895
Emailbrasembsaotome@cstome.net

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k.Alam
Fri, 4 Sep 2015 03:22 EDT
Visit visa
Dear Honorable Sir,
I am Alam a tour operator of Bangladesh. I have many tourist to visit Brazil. If it possible give us some visa to visit Brazil. We'll provide traveler invitation also embassy required papers with as you kind you demand charge. Please take necessary steps to helping this sight. I am waiting for your mail.

With best regards
Best regards,
K.Alam
Travel Council Ltd.
76-Confidence Center(floor-13, 13B),
Gulshan-2, Dhaka-1212, Bangladesh
Tel:+8801933817600, Viber:00917532940293
Cell: 00917053219690
e-mail:aupa@ymail.com
aupa@ymail.com
Sun, 8 Dec 2013 07:51 EST
Corresponding for Visa Information
Dear Honorable Sir,
I am Alam a tour operator of Bangladesh. I have many tourist to visit Brazil. If it possible to hive us some visa to visit Brazil. Please take necessary steps to helping this sight. I am waiting for your mail.

With best regards
Alam
aupa@ymail.com

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