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Tue, 22 Jul 2014 19:50 EDT
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Prasanth Ramachandran
Wed, 26 Feb 2014 05:14 EST
mrcs (ent) osce exam
I am an ent specialist working in bahrain of indian nationality .I am appearing for dohns part2 (mrcs ent) scheduled for october7/9 2014.Have already applied for the exam and accepted .How I go for the visa procedure and what are the documents required
zeeshan yousaf
Fri, 23 Nov 2012 06:23 EST<>0500584786
Need for job
I have bachelor degree and my master degree is continued and I have diploma of INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY and I have appropriate on the computer hardware and software. I also worked as ADMIN ASSISTANT in SMEC INTERNATIOANAL AUSTRALIAN COMPANY.
My resume is attached. If I can provide you with any further information on my background and qualifications, please let me know.
Sat, 2 Jun 2012 13:46 EDT
Good Day, Asallamalekou

My Name.ABOUBACAR zouli kifilou. from Republic of Benin West Africa.
of age,graguate.
I got your company profil and propose to be one of your workers.
I'm saking for job,i speak english and french.
Please do me a favour by accept my proposal.
I will perfume well if you give me the previlage to be among the workers.
Sat, 26 May 2012 06:26 EDT
passport has to be sent to riyadh for visit visa for bahraini citizen or its given in bahrain ???
passport has to be sent to embassy in riyadh for visit visa for bahraini citizen or its given in bahrain itself from consulate???
Sun, 15 Apr 2012 03:48 EDT
Visit Visa to Irland
Dear Sir,
I am an Indian Citizen working in Bahrain for the past 19 years.currently working as project Manager for an Interior Design Co.I would like to visit my friend who is working Ireland.would you please enlighten me what are the documents to be submitted to obtain a visit visa? Do you need any consent letter from my friend who is residing in Ireland in order to speed up the processing of it?Also how long will it take to process it? where will i get the application form & whom should i contact?
Fri, 12 Aug 2011 08:17 EDT
work permit and contract waitaing for my employer in Ireland
im recently applied for work throu my agent they told me my employer will send work permit, contract and other support documents for issuing a working visa here in Irish Embassy in Bahrain,to work in ireland, if he process my document will it be hard for me to join my new company in ireland when i come to your embassy to check my documents
peter omondi muliro muliropeter
Sun, 7 Aug 2011 07:05 EDT
work permit
i recently applied fo work throu my agent i was told my employer will send work permit plane ticket and visa for me to work in ireland if he process my document will it be hard for me to join my new company in ireland when i come to your embassy to check my documents
Fatema Aldoseri,, email:
Wed, 20 Jul 2011 02:07 EDT
Visa for Ireland
Hi..I'm Bahraini and I would like to apply for Irish visiting visa. What are the required papers and procedures to be done in order to get the visa. I also need to know your address. Thanks
Wed, 22 Jun 2011 12:30 EDT
Bahrain Doctors
Can I work as a doctor in Bahrain or will they arrest me for treating patients.

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