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Address141, Ihn Gallery Bldg. 4-5 Floor
Palpan-dong
Chongno-gu
Seoul 110-220
South Korea
Phonelocal: (02) 738.4970
international: +82.2.738.4970
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Sook Bang
Tue, 17 Feb 2015 12:33 EST
your E mail address
Dear Sir
I sent Enail to you with a suject of Inquiry using your Email addresses; namely braseul@bresemb.co.kr and seulemb@kornet.net. But both emails failed to deliver to you.
Please give me your correct Email address for our reference at your convenience.
Thanking you for it in advance,
Sincerely yours
Sook Bang
Canadian Citizen Wronged
Sun, 8 Jul 2012 11:13 EDT
The Brazilian Consulate Applies No Logical Criteria
I too plan to make a complaint.

I had a valid Tourist Visa for Brazil in my old Canadian passport. When I got my new passport, the Canadian Passport office had to keep my old one, because it had a water stain in it.

When I went to the Brazilian Consulate to apply for a new Tourist Visa, I had copies of the old Brazil Visa and my old passport front page and the page showing the water damage. I was asked how they could believe I did not have the old Visa. I stated to them they should contact the Canadian Passport office and that I could get proof that they had taken it if they wanted to.

They accepted my application. Having dealt with a young man at the window who seemed quite racist, I thought it best to go and get the proof. I returned within 1 hr the same day inside the hours required for applying and then went to the counter with an official receipt from Canada Passports showing they had taken the old Passport.

The person would NOT accept this receipt and told me to check in 3 days for my Visa approval. I checked the next day and it showed my Visa Application as Not Accepted. I was then given an official rejection letter, stating that they are a Sovereign nation and do NOT need to give explanations for denying a Visa application. They also stamped in LARGE letters DENEGADO Consulbras in my passport. I was told that they would not discuss the reasons for the rejection.

SHAME ON YOU BRAZILIAN CONSULATE IN VANCOUVER !!!. THE ACTUAL PEOPLE AND COUNTRY ARE WONDERFUL, BUT THE CONSULAR PEOPLE ARE IDIOTS WHO DO NOT APPLY ANY CRITERIA AND ARE RACIST.

I HAD PREVIOUSLY VISITED BRAZIL MANY TIMES AND SPENT A LOT OF MONEY AND ENJOYED IT. TOO BAD !!!
khalid AJRAWI
Wed, 22 Sep 2010 01:08 EDT
Brazilian Embassy in Australia
I had to deal with a woman at the Brazilian embassy to get my passport renewed and they got my date of birth wrong. The women working there said i had to redo it and pay agin so $112.

During the conversation she said "maybe I don't need to be Brazilian". And i was furious at how rude she was and that an embassy would hire trashy people like that, people that make brazil look bad.

I am going to send a letter complaining about this person to the embassy and i hope she gets sent back to the amazon jungle where she came from.
Irate Visa Applicant
Wed, 8 Sep 2010 09:26 EDT
Very Rude Service
One of two women who work at the counter is very rude. You will see who she is when you go there. My recommendation is that you do not take any of her nonsense. I plan on making an official complaint to the Brazilian embassy and ambassador. She makes comments that no human being should make. I strongly recommend that others should address their views.

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