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MARGRET JOSEPH
Fri, 10 Jul 2015 10:14 EDT
HOW TO GET A BRITAIN PASSPORT
I AM A GRENADIAN BY BIRTH, MOST OF MY FAMILY LIVE IN BRITAIN AND THEY OBTAIN A BRITAIN PASSPORT; WHAT IS THE PROCEDURE FOR ME TO GET ONE.
Glenna Archibald
Tue, 7 Jul 2015 11:53 EDT
Your stil hard to be contacted and reply to queires.
I have been trying to be contacted by someone at the Embassy, regarding citizenship paper wo0rk which I asked for. Do I need a passport or citizenship,for land queires. Can I come to the party on Saturday for Mr Joslin Whiteman, invited me before, and I can collect the forms at embassy, on 11/07/2015. I hope to see you soon.
sheeri
Sun, 31 May 2015 16:28 EDT
How often can a grenadian visit london in one year
How ofter can a Grenadian visit london in one year is it every six months?
Annica Mason
Sat, 18 Apr 2015 14:14 EDT
British Passport
Hi am from Grenada and am with a born Grenadian but he is a British citizen and am living with him for the pass two and a half years now but I also visit the uk twice all ready so I wanted to no how can he get me a British Stay am in Grenada now so please feel free to get back to me Email Annicamason@gmail.com Phone number 4735388550 THANKS REGARDS Annica Mason.
Noleen
Sat, 21 Mar 2015 13:51 EDT
Grenadians
This page needs to be private so that only the High Commission of Grenada reads the messages. This page seeks to show the illiteracy of Grenadians. Some persons cannot spell or even construct a simple sentence. Persons write so much garbage on here which can result in Grenadians getting into problems while travelling to the UK.
Carl Noel
Wed, 7 Jan 2015 08:04 EST
force to leave uk in a years time never been successful, houseing expensive
my parents were born in Grenville st Andrews in union village as the older member of my brothers i fear the worse for the UK in the coming years, my life has been no were for years, Caribbean brothers and sisters not doing well in London over 50 years old, got experience in land and planting food its time i went back and take care of my parents place. i have great fear over the coming years in London
Ann Andrew
Thu, 20 Nov 2014 05:02 EST
Applying for Grenadian passport
Hi I was born in the UK to Grenadian parents and would like to apply for a Grenadian passport.
I have both my parents birth and marriage certificates and also my fathers death certificate. apart from my own identification that has been notarised is there anything else I need in order to obtain the passport.
Thank you
Kenice Louis
Mon, 2 Jun 2014 09:57 EDT
British Passport
Hello, I am emailing you on behalf of my grandmother. She came to the UK on her mothers passport back in the 60's(mother now deceased) when she was 16 years old, she is now 60 years old and not able to obtain a passport, has been told her mothers information can not be found in the system? Is there any other way around this?

Why can this information not be found?

Kindest Regards

Kenice Louis (Gran daughter)
theresa pierre
Sat, 19 Apr 2014 16:09 EDT
passport application
I will like to know how to appear for a grenada passport.
sandy lewis
Thu, 3 Apr 2014 15:32 EDT
i am a grenadian soon to be married to and english citizen
How can I obtain a british passport/Visa or how do I become a citizen once we get married ?? because we intend to travel to the rest of the united kingdom/Europe or

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