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Guyanese flag Honorary Consulate of Guyana in Port-of-Spain

Honorary ConsulMr. Ernie Ross
Address16 Grey Street
St. Clair
Port-of-Spain
Trinidad and Tobago
Phonelocal: (868) 622.2913
international: +1.868.622.2913
Faxlocal: (868) 622.1779
international: +1.868.622.1779
Emailernieross1@msn.com

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Jennevia
Fri, 20 Oct 2017 12:16 EDT
Re entry into Trinidad after over staying
Good afternoon sir


1. If someone over stayed they time in Trinidad and wants to re- enter what is the process.

2. They were not deported they left and it two(2) years out the country.

3. What do they have to do to gained entry back into Trinidad.
Sherwin
Sat, 20 May 2017 17:39 EDT
Passport
Hi Can you please let me know how long it will take for me to have a new Guyana passport if a apply for it in Trinidad,
Thank you
Sherwn
Yogi bear
Tue, 9 May 2017 13:17 EDT
Hi im a guyanaese married to a Trinidadian but my passport is about to expire where can i renew it
Julian
Tue, 2 May 2017 08:54 EDT
Your location
I went to visit you guys concerning some matter and I was told the office is no longer there, need some assistance plz.
ISH SINGH
Wed, 21 Dec 2016 16:56 EST
VISITOR'S VISA
MY COLLEAGUES AND I HAVE OUR WORK PERMITS WORKING IN TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO , WE ARE HOLDERS OF INDIAN PASSPORTS , OUR VACATION TIME IS COMING SOON AND WE WOULD LIKE TO VISIT GUYANA FOR A COUPLE DAYS VACATION, DO WE NEED TO GET A VISITOR'S VISA FROM HERE IN TRINIDAD OR CAN WE GET THE VISA ON ARRIVAL TO GUYANA. PLEASE ADVISE ?
Annie
Mon, 12 Dec 2016 10:36 EST
Need help
My fiancé is a Guyanese national.His passport was taken away 8yrs ago by the immigration.We would love to get married but seeing that he doesn't have any documents what are we to do and how do we go about it
Shivonne Fleary
Thu, 17 Nov 2016 00:11 EST
Lost passport
Hi my fiance is a Guyanese national and I am Trinidadian he lost his passport in a car yesterday would love to know what steps should he take so that he does not get in trouble with the law
blessings
Fri, 16 Sep 2016 16:12 EDT
reapply for trinidad and tobago residency.
After living in trinidad ans tobago for 9 years i applied for reaidency after 5 years.the prosess was going great. My child was born in trinidad and has a trinidadian passport. I was documented until they denied my permanenr resident status/citizenship.How does the Guyana consulate comes in to assist me?I was told to travel out of Trinidad foe one year then to return and reapply for residency. What advice can you give or assist?
Bibi shamena razack
Thu, 8 Sep 2016 13:25 EDT
I was visiting Trinidad to see my sister who is resident. October one year ago but was refuse entry due to my pregnancy. I was put on a plane and send back. I want see my sister and family this Christmas. Would I experience the same thing again
Bigniyo
Tue, 14 Jun 2016 13:31 EDT
Went for a US visa in Guyana
Im a Guyanese by birth. I came to Trinidad just over 10 yrs ago. I had applied for the visa around the same time when Guyana celebrated their 50th Jubilee. At the end of the interview, the US representetive told me. ' I have no ties to Guyana '..& denied my application.

She also said, i should apply in Trinidad seein that I'm ' pending residents there '..


I await your advice.

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