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AddressBldg. Pharaon
Mezzeh-Est, Farabi Street Garden
PostalPO Box 30319
Phonelocal: (011) 611.5009
international: +963.11.611.5009
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basel chams eddin
Tue, 24 Nov 2015 05:36 EST
مرحبا..هل أستطيع الحصول عل الموافقة لحجز تذكرة سفر من تركيا لليونان ﻷن ولدي عمره 5سنوات وهو يعاني مناضطراب التوحد النمطي ﻷني أود الذهاب وعائلتي إلى المانيا لعلاجه ولكم فائق التقدير واﻹحترام...ه
Maher Abdulkader
Wed, 9 Sep 2015 10:43 EDT
I Maher AbdulKader my age , 52, I've got a visa Schengen from the Greek embassy in Damascus in 1999, has traveled out to Athens and now I want to apply for a visa Schengen me and my son Sami AbdulKadier 19 years studying at the University of Architecture and want to go to Athens for a week before the school year began What are the required documents to obtain visas and please let us know as soon as possible , whatever the result
thank you very much
email :
Fares Dawood
Sat, 29 Aug 2015 06:42 EDT
I am a merchant from Syria I want to get a visa to visit the Schengen action (to import goods air conditioning and refrigeration) and I and my family tourism in Greece at the same time. So what are the papers required of us to get a visa.
Sat, 25 Aug 2012 08:27 EDT
καλησπερα.θελω να ρωτησω τι χαρτια χρειαζετε για να προσκαλεσω ατομα που ειναι παλαιστινιοι και μενουν στο λιβανο?
Najm Aldin Haboush
Tue, 5 Apr 2011 16:29 EDT
I have three children, two of them were born in Greece, and the third one was born in Syria.
The Father has Ireland nationality, and permanent establishment in Greece.

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