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Lebanese flag Consulate-General of Lebanon in Detroit

Address3031 West Grand Blvd., Suite 560
Detroit, MI 48202
Phonelocal: (313) 758.0753
international: +1.313.758.0753
Faxlocal: (313) 758.0756
international: +1.313.758.0756
Web sitehttp://www.lebanonconsulategdetroit.org

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Fri, 29 Aug 2014 00:16 EDT
New Lebanese consulate website
Please note that the new website of the consulate general of Lebanon in a Detroit is:

Malek abusalah
Wed, 13 Aug 2014 14:52 EDT
legalize a death certificate
Would you please direct me what to do with my brother in law death certificate to get it stamped and legalized as a proof that he does in 1992.I do have his original death certificate from the vital record in CFhicago Illinois. Do I have to get another one from the secretary of state in Chicago cook county I llinois
Malek Abusalah
Tue, 12 Aug 2014 18:23 EDT
hi, my name is rania i am palasenian i have the american when i got divorced i didnt send my papers to the embassy in detoit to sent to al kharjeyee in lebanon now i am in lebanon and got married from a lebanese man what shall i do now i want to apply for a visa for my husband to go to usa can you give some information what to do my email address is lebanese_tiger2001@hotmail.com
Tue, 12 Aug 2014 12:13 EDT
MY EMAIL IS : midtownautomart@comcast.net
Hisham Abi Saab
Sun, 4 May 2014 04:13 EDT
I'd like to know how much time it takes for legal documents to excuted in the lebanese embassy in Detroit to get to the foreign ministry in beirut,.
George Bouchahine
Thu, 6 Mar 2014 17:35 EST
Power of attorney
Hi I live in Cleveland ohio a friend of mine that resides in new jersy is on vacation in Florida he sent me a power of attorney notarized by a notary public to me and the attorney in Lebanon I would like to have it translated to Arabic by the Lebanese counselate and stamped so I can take it with me to Lebanon would I be able to bring it in person If I make an appointment with you and what would I need to bring with me thank you for your time I would really appreciate a response and would that make it legal in Lebanon thanks again
May Flanagan
Tue, 23 Jul 2013 23:50 EDT
re proof of single in usa
what do I need to proof I'm single to send to lebanon to finish my merrage papers in lebanon I got married there last month but now I'm in usa they won't legalize them till I send them proof that I'm not married in usa as of present date where do I start?
ghabe towne
Tue, 23 Jul 2013 19:03 EDT
power of attorney for my land in Joun Lebanon
i want to issue to my niece general power of attorney for my land in joun lebanon i was born in joun,i have expired lebanese passport,but i have a valid U.S.A.
passport lebanese embassy will not issue me a power of
attorney. please advise me.

thank you, ghabetowne@att.net
Nabil Habib
Fri, 14 Jun 2013 13:13 EDT
Power of attorney
I need to delegate my brother in lebanon as power of attorney for property in Lebanon , he sent the papers that need to be notarized by the consulate translated in English , I have only Lebanese ID but no passport, do you I need to come in person to detroit to notarize the papers or can be done by mail !!! thank you my personal email is nhabib1@mac.com
Marie Feghali
Wed, 5 Oct 2011 07:11 EDT
power of attorney
I need to send a power of attorney to my brother in Lebanon. I have a lebanese carte identity, but I let my lebanese passport expired.

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