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AddressYekta Street N. 26 (corner Of Bahar Street)
Zafaranieh, Vali-e-asr
Tehran 1988633854
Iran
PostalPO Box 19945/149
Phonelocal: (021) 2274.3996
international: +98.21.2274.3996
Faxlocal: (021) 2274.4009
international: +98.21.2274.4009
Emailembassy@braziliran.org

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Manoochehr Messripour
Tue, 10 Jul 2012 05:05 EDT
Apointment
Embassy of Brazil in Tehran
Yekta Street N. 26
Zafaranieh, Vali-e-asr
PO Box 19945/149
Tehran 1988633854


Dear Ambassador

I am writing to you as the professor of Medical Biochemistry, Islamic Azad University of Isfahan, Iran. I would respectfully like to inform you that I am invited to present my research article entitled "Blood-brain barrier disruption by prostaglandin E2" which is accepted for oral presentation in the 8th WORLD STROKE CONGRESS - Brasilia, Brazil, October 10-13, 2012 .
I shall be most grateful to you if you kindly offer my wife and I to an appointment to present our documents for applying an entering VISA to your respectful country. Thank very much for your attention. I am looking forward to hearing fro you.

Sincerely yours
MANOOCHEHR MESRIPOUR
Academic Position; Professor of Medical Biochemistry, Islamic Azad University of Isfahan, Jay St. Arghavanieh,
PO.Box.81595-158,
Isfahan Iran
Tel; 0098-311-5354059
Fax;0098-311-5354060
m_messripour@yahoo.com

Home address;
118, 3RD Way, JABER St. MARDAVIJE St. ISFAHAN, IRAN
Tel, 3116691590
Cell phone; 09131149779
sara
Mon, 2 Jul 2012 03:56 EDT
immigration
hi,
Me and my husband are very intrested to live in Rio de janeiro,but we don't have any information about immigration and living condition in Brazil.Also we can't trust the diffrent web sites in net.would you please help us to find some correct information?
best regards,
Sarah
Ali Alavi
Sun, 24 Jun 2012 08:25 EDT
That Message Is For President Dilma Rousseff
In the name of God in Whom we trust

Dear President Dilma Rousseff

We, a group of young Iranian activists through our global village family communication channel WWW, would like to thank you for not accepting Ahmadinejad who is not Iran's President. We were especially glad and grateful for sending no significant official person to welcome him in the airport but airing his photos alone on the red carpet by your newspapers, this was an amazing great lesson to a fascist fake president that Brazil is not his place either. We saw the brands of the demonstrators in Brazil highlighting they love Iranians while denouncing dangerous fake president Ahmadinejad's travel to Brazil, and we appreciate and welcome both their love to people of Iran and their valuable movement against the corrupted oppressive hypocrite of Iran. Through the Internet, we have known people of Brazilians are very warm friendly social people, and we regret that current political structures have restricted humans' travel and communications discriminating people mainly based on their country of birth, and we wish a shining future in which our true nations can be in close respectable relationship visiting each other's homes easily. On the other hand, we think we have to mention and apologize the shameless act of alleged Iranian embassy man in a public pool in Brazil, and we emphasize that these criminals are not our representatives, but are corrupted eaters of our national wealth and honors. In Iran, under name of moralities even families have no security to have satellite dishes to be forced to use only Iran's dictator's monopolized TV/Radio and the youth are mistreated badly for simplest things recognized as immoral. For example, you watch a young boy in this clip tortured and disrespected by police because his hair is long recognized by police as out of discipline, and we are ashamed that nothing happens with the corrupted officials whatever they do in Iran or abroad. Your wise reaction could give a good lesson to Ahmadinejad and his supporters, if God's Willing. There are many things to express and we do not want to prolong this email, but at least we'd like to express our love and thank to Brazilian great scholar Paulo Coelho who is very popular in Iran too, especially because of his generous symbolic movement in opening the electronic version of Persian translation of his books after that the translator of his books, Mr. Arash Hejazi, had to escape from Iran when he introduced the Revolutionary Guard's Basiji militia murderer of Iranian famous girl, Neda Agha Soltan who was killed in the demonstrations against Ahmadinejad's fake winning in the last stolen presidential election, since the translator was accidentally in the scene of the martyrdom his publications was closed, but Paulo's decision made his books available to many more people who downloaded them from his website or other popular re-distributors' websites or through emails circulating among friends' email lists/ groups. We hope to see our lands developed after corrupted dictators soon and see our peoples easily coming and going and working in each other's lands as it is the soul of human brotherhood, and we hope that our countries will be developers of the new true better standards of human rights fulfilling the abandoned known principles (such as Universal Declaration of Human Rights article 13a) and developing the necessary unseen standards such as eradication of mandatory military services, torture palaces like Guantanamo and so on and so forth. Many thanks once more for acting according to Iranians' wish in not recognition of Ahmadinejad as Iranians' President hoping that other free leaders of the world learn from you.

Ali Alavi
Farhad Mirzaei
Sun, 24 Jun 2012 03:04 EDT
please send your web address including application form to farmir2001@gmail.com
Regards
ardalan goodarzi
Sat, 26 May 2012 05:23 EDT
dear respection boss
hi dear my name is ardalan goodarzi & iam a hockey player , i want to reqesting for the visa in brazil for 2nd time as the same in 2011 for champion ship on there ,becuase Iam member ship of the rango team in brazil ,last year I return to your office & you get me the visa from 25may to 30days up now ihave inviatation letter from brazil again for play, what should i do ? pleaseguid me yours ardalan goodarzi
yasmin
Sat, 19 May 2012 06:24 EDT
estudar português
hello
I'm intrested in learning portugues and i speak english and spanish too. i want to get a course in rio do janeiro for 3 months. please guide me how can i do
yassi_bella@yahoo.com
Reza Javanmard
Wed, 16 May 2012 03:13 EDT
certified by a Brazilian consular authority
Dear reader, Please help me about the below requirement:
"copy of the student's undergraduate diploma certified by a Brazilian consular authority in the country the diploma was issued."
KARNAMEH HOUSING AGANCY
Mon, 23 Apr 2012 06:23 EDT
MR ABYARI
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN;
Tehran, at the end of ZAferaniyeh, After Firooz koohm Shahid Niyazadeh Street, No 23 Karnameh housing Agency
Tel:009821 22438699

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Majid H. Ahmadi
Wed, 18 Apr 2012 00:59 EDT
Business visa
Hello. can you guide me how to apply for business visa?
Thank you
sanaz
Sat, 7 Apr 2012 10:09 EDT
forgot my email
sorry I forgot to wrote my email : sanaz.zare@yahoo.com
tnx

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