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Honorary ConsulSylviane Baker
AddressCCI de Rennes, 2, avenue de la Préfecture CS 64204
35042 Rennes Cedex 1
Phonelocal: (02) 9933.6666
international: +33.2.9933.6666
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Henning Bosse
Thu, 15 Dec 2016 05:03 EST
New passport and id. card old ones running out 17-02-17
My phone 0231-222181
Kann ich bei Ihnen einen neuen pass beantragen und könnte das bis ende februar möglich sein. Ich habe für 10-03-17 einen Flug von Stuttgart nach Mallorca gebucht. Mein einziger Wohnsitz ist
Vaucelles near Bayeux in der Normandy.
Besten dank für Ihre Bemühungen.
H. Bosse
Dennis Lam
Mon, 7 Sep 2015 09:02 EDT
comme du vin from switzerland study and is a Hong Kong chinese.
Because the form CEO is close realation to taiwan and his UNCLE is the head of spy of KMT during WWII,before I am very respectful and now I look like a dirt, and nobody else and his father of Donald Tsang is a sergt.of hk Police very powerful frm behind. and two time sending agent in pair one time manof western and a tilet chinesestyle .to complain I touch her start calling police for help and one time there are to female from SZ china is a hor ins one minute want to go after taking the money style , I donot take durg althought my eye is shiny.
Kathe McGeady
Thu, 3 Apr 2014 06:08 EDT
I would have preferred to read a little more information on this site concerning German citizens and and their legal requirements while living in France.
Antje porbeck
Sat, 1 Jan 2011 05:33 EST
Prolonogation of German Passport
Madame, please let me know what i ve to do to get a prolongation of my german passport. I live in france, brittany . I am german nationality.

Please answer in German.

Happy new year, best regards A.Porbeck

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