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Nepalese flag Honorary Consulate of Nepal in Singapore

Honorary ConsulMr M N Swami
AddressNo 1, North Bridge Road
#18-5 High Street Road
Singapore 0617
Phonelocal: 6336.1677
international: +65.6336.1677
Faxlocal: 6337.1737
international: +65.6337.1737

Comments on this Honorary Consulate

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global man power chennai
Sun, 14 May 2017 00:18 EDT
work visa office
dear candidate all dept , vacancy open
plz send me your passpoer copy photo and cv and educasion certipiket,
Globalmanpowerchennai1@gmail.com
swecha rijal
Wed, 15 Mar 2017 01:54 EDT
Visa requirements
Hello,
I am a Nepalese. Itizen who is studing in Canadian international school in India. I was planning to come to Singapore for a vacation so I wanted to know if I have any visa requirements for coming to Singapore
magdalene tan
Wed, 7 Oct 2015 05:57 EDT
nepal visa
Hi,
Please help ...

i would like to apply Nepal visa online but I have encounter some problem. why need to enter ( ward no , vdc municipality and district )problem to summit... please advise

Thanks, Magdalene
gurung
Sat, 29 Aug 2015 02:10 EDT
work visa in singapore
can you please inform me whether nepalese people can get work visa in singapore now in 2015 because last year i heard it was banned. thank you.
kumarigopal
Fri, 1 May 2015 22:35 EDT
apply visiting visa to nepal
Hi, sir.. i from johor... i would like to apply visa.. can i apply visa at singapore for nepal or i should apply at malaysia..because kuala lumpur means take time and travelling..sir can i get your answer kindly can email me.. kumari_shan0623@yahoo.com
Indranil Sen
Fri, 1 May 2015 03:03 EDT
Foster homes / adoption of children orphaned by the earthquake
Hi!

We are interested in adopting / being foster parents for children orphaned by the recent earthquake. How do we go about it?

Thanks!
sudhir
Sun, 6 Jul 2014 19:25 EDT
mn swami ?
I think mn swami is no more a honary consulate to nepal. Now mr. Patel is honary consular. Mr. Patel compared to mr. Swami is paying more interest in the nepalese community here in singapore.
Thank god, mr. Swami is no more a honary consulate, as his staffs were really rude and he didn't seem to have ears to listen to the problems faced by nepalese here. Rather he would put up an assumption that all nepalese are poor and pathetic people, who are here to earn money only. Hopefully mr. Patel won't turn up like him.
yubraj adhikari
Fri, 6 Jun 2014 00:33 EDT
push the bossibilites
Hi sir here im am yubraj adhikari working as a technician at venture technologies in johor bharu. come to the point. i have been working here since 3 year's. nearly my visa going to expair kindly i dnt want to renule. looking for good job in malaysia or singapoor. please sir/medum i have the technical diploma certficate.Could you help me to clim for the pisiblites? Thank's expecting for your respons
Jamie
Wed, 9 Dec 2009 10:36 EST
Please Stop Unnecessary Animal Sacrifices
I feel sad that your people like to make unnecessary animal sacrifices.

Gods are kind, they do not need your people to sacrifice animals to win their favours.

Please help to create awareness among your people to be compassionate towards animals. They are part of earthlings.
Dave Chan
Tue, 8 Dec 2009 19:26 EST
Please help
Please educate your people be kind to buffalo, please please. They are killed in a very un-human way,please be kind, please.

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