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French flag Embassy of France in Conakry

AmbassadorM. Jean-Michel BERRIT
AddressAvenue du Commerce
BP 373 et 570
Phonelocal: 3047.1000
international: +224.3047.1000
Faxlocal: 3047.1015
international: +224.3047.1015
Consular Faxlocal: 3047.1022
international: +224.3047.1022
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» Can I visit France without a visa?

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Wissam El Amine
Thu, 17 Jan 2013 07:03 EST
Booking an appointment to present Papers for Visa
Dear Sir/Madam,

I need to book an appointment to present my papers.
I've been trying to call the number above but it seems to be switched off.
Can someone help me with that.
Please reply to my

Thank you.
ousmane camara
Wed, 12 Dec 2012 06:10 EST
summerhill ave
je suis guineeneens je vien de conakry maguepa mon pere est un plomberie,il eter malande il eters a hopital donca si il eters en vie je suis ne en le 9/9/1996.mere est decede en mercredi le 19/mai/2007.
Samuel Sesay
Mon, 1 Oct 2012 11:30 EDT
How can i book an appointment
Dear Sir,
there is a Tel Number your Embassy in Sierra Leone which you can use to book an appointment for submission, but all the time the number is switch off. the magic is that although the number is off but some people still do submission. Also can i know the number of people per day that are allowed to submit their documents.
The Secretary here in Freetown she is doing extremely well. My regards to her keep it up.
Edith Mbigi
Mon, 1 Oct 2012 07:32 EDT
Visa for a Ugandan National
Please advise how to acquire a Visa to Guinea Conakry for a Uganda National resident in Nairobi-Kenya.
Please reply to:
Ibrahim bah
Sat, 15 Sep 2012 10:16 EDT
Too bad
We applied for visa and we pay visa fees bt the passport came back blank without no stamp no nothing,this is not suppose to happen,now we have wasted our time
Fri, 27 Jul 2012 08:15 EDT
we are still waiting for your response to this particular issue.Mr Consul, I was at your office here in freetown on thursday and over 30 to 40 applicant storm the office complaining about this issue. you collected our monies of 60 euro for processing fees and you did not stamp our passport, I am speaking on behalf of the other applicants we want the Consular section both in Freetown and Conakry to make a refund of our monies or else legal action will be taken
Thu, 26 Jul 2012 17:55 EDT
How could you? rejected a visa without a stamp? How could you? rejecting a visa without given any written statement as to why our applications were rejected? Over 42 passports that came in from Sierra Leone processed by French Embassy in Conakry.I was really expecting much from you and let me tell u some of us are going to make a whole noise about this issue and if possible conduct a demo for your inrormation,requesting the cousule to be change because he or she is not competent.Let me tell you some of us are fortunate in our country and would not wish to stay in your country, and for your information we have already involve the Min. of foreign affairs and the press.How could reject a visa without stating the reason for that. you do process applications comming from sierra Leone with such an ugly and filty mind, I am going to copy human right and your home office may be they are not aware of your dubious dids. BEWARE!
Ibrahim Keita
Tue, 17 Jul 2012 14:53 EDT
applying for a visiting visa
I would like to know your days for applying for a visiting.We would be coming from Sierra Leone and also the visa fee.We are four in number.
Major Naveed Zafar
Thu, 31 May 2012 03:03 EDT
visa sec
Dear Sir Maddam
It is a matter of pleasure for me writting to you after a long time. I Major Naveed Zafar have served as Pilot Observer in United Nations Mission to Sieera Leone from 2002 to 2003. I during my visit had visited UK and France. No doubt the staff behaviour at your embassy was extremely encouraging and splendid. I really enjoyed visiting your Embassy. After completion of mission we had deposited our official documents back, so as to include Passport. Now i am again interested in travelling to your country, by any chance or means can I get the refrence of my old visa that was issued by your office in december 2002/2003. My old Passport no was S057807 , ISSUED ON 2nd july 2002 and valid upto 1st july 2004. I'll be really greatful.
With Regards
Major naveed Zafar
Angela h Kalokoh
Sun, 13 May 2012 18:54 EDT
Applying for visa
Dear Sir/madam
I have apply for a France visa, in Sierra leone French embassy. But I Was waiting for my visa for one month two weeks. And anybody call me. So I call them. When I went there they only give me my passport with a letter written in French .
They refuse to give me the visa. So I ask them what was worry, they told me that. The person that will sponsor me we are not marry. I just to know if I may apply again for the visa. Waiting for your reply. Thank you. Can you please give me an appointment date. This is my information. If you want to contact meMy name is Angela haja Kalokoh. This is my email address my telephone number is 0023233968982
Thank you again.

Angela h Kalokoh

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