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

» Can I visit Guyana without a visa?

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Austin Thompson
Tue, 19 Mar 2013 17:03 EDT
Thank you very much
Consul Roshanali:

Thank you for sending material for the Guyana Expo and for your great conversation. I look forward to seeing you on my next trip to Miami, or if we meet sooner. God bless.
Dev R
Mon, 18 Feb 2013 16:36 EST
Good Guy
I met Mr. Ali recently on a trip to Miami, through the Consul General of Trinidad and Tobago and I can say without fear of contradiction that Mr. Ali is a good man with the interest of Guyana and the Caribbean Community at heart.
Tue, 3 Jul 2012 08:35 EDT
Renew Passport
I have been trying to contact your office so I could renew my passport, what do I need to do?
Thu, 28 Jun 2012 20:25 EDT
well mr ali i would like to know how much u pay to get your position. A man like u don't deserve represting my country. You r nothing than a looser only steeling our money and by the way my ghani he is always in the rum shop and out with women cheating on his wife, that is why no one never answer the phone. We need a good honorary consulate like mr scotty his family should have that position. they r the ones deserve that position
Tue, 10 Apr 2012 21:12 EDT
renew passport
I have been trying to reach you guys via phone,I left two messages,for over a week and no reply.No one answer the phone in miami.I am wondering if anyone is working at this office.
Melquisedec Garcia
Fri, 25 Mar 2011 09:40 EDT
what i need to apllay a guyana visa
Good day.

im from panama and i want to visit Guyana for bussines, and i want to know if it necessary some special document to apply for a visa.


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