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Honorary ConsulNeaz Ahmed
Address‘AVANTI’, Apartment No.B4, House No.37
Road No.27, Block-A, Banani
Dhaka 1213
Phonelocal: (02) 985.6334
international: +880.2.985.6334
Faxlocal: (02) 985.6390
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md.mahabubul alam
Fri, 22 Jul 2016 09:25 EDT
b4 40 years, i need to a work visa for new zealand
no sms sir

plz sir,
details ME.How i get a work visa(sir)
Most Zannatl ferdos
Mon, 18 Jul 2016 14:10 EDT
any tipe visa me and my daughter
Dear sir/madam i live in bangladesh my 1st husband die when my daughter 7 days.i get 2nd married.but my 2nd husdand we r by day mw and my daughter stay bangladesh very difficult.we live small town in bangladesh.our neighbour very bad.all time they told very bad language i want 2 go any other country.because this things full mentally torcher my daughter.plz help me and my mobile number 01777212909
Mohammad Jauidur Rashid
Sun, 17 Jul 2016 03:06 EDT
Tourist Visa requiremenst
Dear Sir/ Madam,
I am happy to inform you that I am doing business in dhaka, Bangladesh at backward linkage garments industry since 7 years. We want to visit the beautiful country of New Zealand on december'2016 with one 4 years son and spouse. My spouse also school teacher. I have a university friend who is New Zealand immigrant. He also agreed to send any letter if I need.
Looking forward for your kind information to assist the tourist visa procedure.
Best regards and take care.

Mohammad Jauidur Rashid
Managing Director
New Look Industries Ltd.
Mirpur-1, Dhaka-1216,

Mobile : +8801926037735
Mail :
Anwar uz Zaman
Mon, 13 Jun 2016 01:29 EDT
How and Where to apply for a 30 days tourist visa for New Zealand
I want to tour New Zealand for a max of 30days. I have good travel record for over 30 countries including USA and EU countries. My age is 59years.I would like to know how and where to apply for NZ visa. What papers are required.
moshiur Rahman
Thu, 2 Jun 2016 16:55 EDT
I want work visa newzealand
Mrinal Biswas
Sat, 28 May 2016 01:13 EDT
Work visa in New zealand
Dear Sir,I am Mrinal Biswas. I have completed masters in political science.I am working as a Merchandiser in a garments company last 5 years.I want to go to new zealand for working in any sector.I like my work as my own priority.please suggest me how can I apply.And please deliver me of your valuable tips.
Mrinal Biswas
md alamin
Thu, 26 May 2016 12:12 EDT
I need to a work visa for New Zealand.
Dear Sir,
i'm md alamin. I'm student of Bangladesh open University. I wanna go to New Zealand for work. Last 3 years i'm working on garments factory in gazipur.
Please give me some information about New Zealand visa requirements.
mobile no:01913148332
Contact: +8801929606799
Gopal Kundu
Thu, 19 May 2016 05:54 EDT
Finding a job
Sir I desperately need a job of any kind.I am fluent in English.I am honest and obedient.My education qualification is HSC. Would you please give me a job?My email id is
Tue, 10 May 2016 04:11 EDT
about stydy visa
I have ielts 5.5,i completed my graduation in computer science,how can i get a student visa,i want to go newzealand,My mob no.01922089867
Hamid Fahad
Fri, 29 Apr 2016 08:05 EDT
I'm studying bba (hons)..I passed ssc in 2013 and hsc in 2015..i have no ielts..can i apply in newzealnd for bachelor pragramms??
My gmail:

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