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Irish flag Honorary Consulate of Ireland in Bogota

Honorary ConsulCarlos Gomez Lecompte
AddressDe Las Americas 56-41
Bogotá
Colombia
Phonelocal: (01) 446.6114
international: +57.1.446.6114
Faxlocal: (01) 446.6120
international: +57.1.446.6120
Emailgomezconsulirlanda@smurfitkappa.com.co

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Adriana
Thu, 9 Apr 2015 09:38 EDT
nacionalización
Hasta Cuantas generaciones se pueden acceder a la nacionalidad irlandesa
Ronan Mulligan
Sun, 28 Dec 2014 22:45 EST
lost passport and perminent resident green card for the United states
i arrived in Bogota two days ago and lost my passport and greencard maybe i was mugged!!i currently reside in san francisco.. im in colombia for 20 days and was planning on travelling up north!!im wondering whats the best way of possibly resolving my troubles..i have photo copies of both..sincerly,Ronan..
thehooksronan@hotmail.com
Christopher E Kavanagh
Mon, 15 Sep 2014 13:15 EDT
Colombia
Colombia's a wonderful place, like everywhere one has to be a little careful. One can not just put out one's hand to be slapped. Before coming here one should take a course in Spanish. As for the rest the people are very similar to the Irish, always willing and ready to have a good laugh.
Gloria G.
Thu, 26 Dec 2013 17:12 EST
Solicitud de información sobre Exur LTD.
Saludos,
Agradecería me informaran si en Irlanda existe una empresa llamada Exur Ltd situado en Hume House, Séptimo Piso, Balls Bridge, Dublín 4, Irlanda (Irlanda). además, si tienen sucursal en Mexico.

Está ofreciendo un trabajo en casa relacionado con el llenado de encuestas, solicitando un pago de 37 dólares por él.

Lo anterior para verificar la autenticidad de dicha empresa.

He entrado a la página de la empresa y toda la información se escribe en español.
Muchas gracias por su respuesta, la cual me interesa que sea pública pues si se trata de un fraude, es importante que todos la conozcan.
Declan Quill
Sun, 25 Nov 2012 19:19 EST
Minus Toyota Landcruiser, Mazda6, "Bishop's Palace Villa" & Life's Savings
Yes I was Totally Defrauded in Colombia of evthing even my Passport & Residencia Docs. Left with Nothing only safe Passage Out of There 2007.

Going to Colombia to Invest or Holiday for your own Sake - Think Again No Matter How Inviting.

Declan Quill
vikingtim310@gmail.com
John Reilly
Fri, 24 Jun 2011 12:30 EDT
Transport
I'd like to give a small bit of advise to Irish tourists going Colombia from an Irish person living there for 2 years. For long journeys for example Cartegena-Bogota you should definately get a flight. Its actually not much more expensive. Colombia's equivilant of Ryanair is called Aires. Don't bring valuables like laptops. Colombia is a wonderful country and the pros greatly outweigh the cons. All the best
ivan lopez
Thu, 12 May 2011 11:33 EDT
No body can denay.
Colombia is a dangerous destination if rural the criminal and terrorist kidnaping groups, if urban the local shifts that atack in grouops too,in adition the police seems no be concern about. Sincerely; colombian retaired police.my e-mail vansunset@hotmail.com
Declan Quill
Mon, 22 Feb 2010 10:10 EST
Gross Mistreatment & Matrimonial Fraud Suffered In Colombia
Sir,
I have been trying to contact you in this regard and I have recently written to you in this respect to your Email Address.

I have suffered very severely as consequence of this Fraud in Colombia by A Colombian Spouse & Family.

Can you offer any assistance in this regard whatever?

Further details already submitted to you Email address.

Kind regards
Declan Quill
vikingtim4@hotmail.com

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