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Iraqi flag Consulate of Iraq in Washington

Address1801 P Street NW
Washington DC 20036
USA
Phonelocal: (202) 483.7500
international: +1.202.483.7500

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Dr. Ahmed Elhillali
Tue, 15 Sep 2015 19:07 EDT
Requirements of setting up a foreign branch in Iraq
Dear Madam/ Sir,
Please Let me know the requirements (Documents)needed to set up an American corporation branch in Iraq.
and what Documents need to be legalized.

Best Regards.

Ahmed
Rev. James H. Gaddis
Sat, 18 May 2013 00:20 EDT
The Revolution
This is to The Racist and arrogant representatives the like of Chuck Hagel, and the Negro Cronies that postulate this same racism in our churches, politics, and sports. America is filled with corrupt racist, crooked lying thieving people who are nothing more that extremist who take advantage of the weak. Both parties, republican and democrats are crooked motivated by greed and inhumain activities which is displayed by the IRs. racism is neither male nor female, black nor white but the father of it all is greed and power as in Bill Gates, Oprah Winfrey, Steve Harvey,and others. This is why America is hated. Not because of opportunity but because of imopprotunity. The worst is yet to come. unless there is a drastic change in America there is going to be a revolution between the haves and the have not. Watch C Span and loath as I do the racism, lies, coverups and wait for the ineviatable. THE REVOLUTION WORLD WIDE.

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