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Guyanese flag Honorary Consulate of Guyana in Miami

Honorary ConsulMr. Ramzan Roshanali
Address6444 NW 7th Street
Miami, FL 33150
Phonelocal: (786) 235.0431
international: +1.786.235.0431
Faxlocal: (305) 693.9313
international: +1.305.693.9313

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Divya Rampargash
Sun, 7 Jan 2018 23:34 EST
Emergency Trip
My cousin passed away in Guyana. My passport expired in July 2017. I was wondering if there is any way I can travel with my passport as is and renew it in Guyana. The funeral is in 5 days. There is not enough time for my passport renewal.
Wed, 24 May 2017 10:10 EDT
Consular Message 2015
I read your list of responsibilities and thought, that you, saying you are volunteer does not mean much . It is very noble of you to do so, what you need to remember is, if the job you are doing is not up to standard then you should give it up, weather paid or unpaid we expect good service from you all, that is what we are accustomed to here. So please stop making excuses for your inefficiencies, and try your best to improve the service, we no longer live in Guyana where that is the norm.
Maybe if you step up the service, the fees charged by the third party company, for passport services would not be so high.
Wed, 12 Oct 2016 15:30 EDT
Houston, Tx Consulate is closed as of 5 months ago
Just wanted to let everyone know that the consulate in Houston is closed. We went there yesterday October 11th 2016
and it has been closed for 5 months
Wed, 6 Jul 2016 16:16 EDT
I am terribly sadden by the service being provided by these diplomats. There is good reason to believe that the people they are answerable to are themselves not held to the high standards That's require in the diplomatic enviorement. No wonder we cannot have a proper number to get someone on the phone to answer our question. Our country it seems have individuals that can care less about our opinion.
Tue, 31 May 2016 10:29 EDT
Guyana staying backward
I drove for 5 hours got here little before 10 even tho they say they open at 10 no one was here till after 10:30, sat in the car with my baby waiting on someone tp show up, with 4 others in line then a lady showed up needed help opening the shutter door of a crappy looking place, no ac the fee was 110, she didn't have any change. I can't beleive they're not ashamed to have a place like this
Tue, 30 Jun 2015 19:57 EDT
Duties and Responsibilities of an Honourary Consul
Fellow Guyanese, allow me to shed some light on the responsibilities of our Honorary Consuls wherever they serve.

Honorary Consuls are appointed by the countries they serve, in this case Guyana. They are not directly compensated or pensioned for their services. In contrast to an Ambassador, they are mainly a Ceremonial position and serve to further extend their sending country's ability to better assist its citizenry abroad, for cheaper if not free.

They are Volunteers if you will! They are themselves business people and does not necessarily have to be a citizen of the country they serve. They may be called to assist citizen if they are in trouble (arrests, hospitalized, certain emergency situations), but they only render assistance, they for instance will not pay your bail or hospital bill.

Honorary Consuls advance and promote the interest of the sending country in the host country, furthering trade, Industry, Science, Economics and Culture etc. It is truly a thankless Job.

So, the next time you find yourself in a jam for whatever reason, and it is usually some last minute effort to do something that requires extensive time and efforts, give good thoughts before you start treating these people as if they are your personal servants and maids.

knowing some of my country-men and women too; "we not easy." just remember that "you can catch more bees with honey than you can with vinegar." Be nice and respectful, and you just might get that back.

Pamela Grace Howell
Sat, 7 Feb 2015 13:20 EST
Is it true
hello I will like to know of the Consulate office said to be in Atlanta for Guyanese seeking services from other parts of the U.S. I do know of Fort Lauderdale and Miami but have never seen, heard or read of one in Atlanta, just checking for as I surf he internet i read the president of Guyana, visited and promise to erect same in Atlanta please let me know,gracehwlleldopavon@gmail.com
Sherry Ahmad
Thu, 2 Oct 2014 11:06 EDT
Renewal of Guyana Passport
I sent my Husband's passport for renewal. He is very ill and he wants to go back to his country. The tracking shows the Embassy received it on the 5th. September, 2014. Today is the 2nd. October, 2014 and I am still waiting on the passport. Is this efficiency or what?
Guillermo Bevinista
Wed, 17 Sep 2014 15:36 EDT
Need to update your email addres on your webiste
PLEASE POST THE NEW EMAIL: guyconfl@aol.com
Fri, 11 Jul 2014 02:34 EDT
Can some Answer the Phone at the Consulate
Even if you post a review on the internet my guess is that the Guyana Consulate in Miami will not improve their services to their countrymen that either need to renew or get a new passport.

I have left numerous voice messages on their phone recorder with even getting any in return to a simple question. What are their working hours, 10:00 am to 4:00 pm when there is no one there to answer the phone nor to attend the public, Most of the time the consulate is closed, and, it's not on a holiday. They are not there to attend the public.

Please help to someone in desperate need to get a new passport. HELP

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