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Colombian flag Consulate-General of Colombia in San Juan, Puerto Rico

AddressEdificio Mercantil Plaza, Suite 814
Av. Ponce de León, Hato Rey
San Juan, PR 00918
USA
Phonelocal: (787) 754.6885
international: +1.787.754.6885
Faxlocal: (787) 754.1675
international: +1.787.754.1675
Emailcsanjuan@cancilleria.gov.co

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Carlos
Wed, 4 Jan 2017 15:54 EST
Dual Citizenship Visa
Cuanto me costaria una visa de doble ciudadania para poderme quedar a vivir como residente de Colombia? Soy Americano y cuales serian los requisites?
ALMA PEREIRA
Thu, 26 Sep 2013 13:06 EDT
TRAMITE PARA MENAJE.
POR FAVOR NECESITO SABER LOS REQUISITOS PARA SOLICITAR UN CUPO DE MENAJE QUE INCLUYA MI VEHICULO DE MOTOR. CUIDADANO COLOMBIANO, PROFESIONAL QUE SALIO DE PAIS EN 1987 . EDAD ACTUAL 49 AñOS. FAVOR CONTACTARME AL 787 645-9999 ALMA PEREIRA.
ziggiezoe
Wed, 2 May 2012 04:57 EDT
answer in english only please
need pictures and info of the geneva peace talks in tokyo in 1954...all the reps from colombia south america and also pictures of the officers from colombia south america who served with the 7 th inf in korea QUESTION WHAT GENERAL FROM COLOMBIA WAS CALLED THE FAT GENERAL???????????????

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