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Nigerian flag Consulate-General of Nigeria in Atlanta

Address8060 ROSWELL ROAD
Atlanta, GA 30350
USA
Phonelocal: (770) 394.6261
international: +1.770.394.6261
Faxlocal: (770) 394.4671
international: +1.770.394.4671
Emailinfo@nigeria-consulate-atl.org
Web sitehttp://www.nigeria-consulate-atl.org

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divine
Mon, 10 Mar 2014 12:08 EDT
Consulate office in Atlanta
I agree that they are very rude. Even their answering machine is rude. Try calling the number and press 9 for the operator and hear the operator just say his name so quickly halfway the first ring (mind u, he has a deep voice too). If you have never had to go thru the operator to talk to someone, trust me, that answering machine will catch you off guard. I was like, "oowkayy, what am i supposed to do". I didn't even know i was being recorded. Immediately, it reminded me of how rude they were when I went there a couple of years ago. It is crazy, u think America will change the way Nigerians act. But they bring that nasty oppressing attitude from Nigeria. They know nothing about customer service. They all need to be removed and hire a new group of people who love the work they are doing. Just saying....
Martins O. Adegoke
Wed, 6 Nov 2013 12:42 EST
Nigerian Passport Renewal!
Attention: Nigerian Consular Representatives
Consular Section,
Embassy of Nigeria,
3519 International Court, NW,
Washington, DC. 20008

Dear Representatives:

Subsequent to the information that was released by the Nigerian community in Dallas, TX via an email address that The Consulate-General of Nigeria, Atlanta, would be involved in Nigerian passport intervention exercise from 15-18 November, 2013 at Garland Convention Center, 1931 East Centerville Road Garland, Texas 75041; I am trying to verify in order to avoid a charge of duplication of the possession of a Nigerian passport as I may need to re-apply for a new Nigerian passport soon. However, the original passport that was issued to me in Nigeria that facilitated my trip with the British Airways from Lagos, Dec. 30, 1999 to Dallas, Dec. 31, 1999 had since been missing arising from an ugly development at St. Mortiz Apartment, Arapaho Road Dallas, TX in July 2006.

The Nigerian passport which was renewed with the Nigerian consulate office at Washington D.C in 2004 or 2005 cannot be traced at this point because there is no any document with me presently to prove the documentation information on it or the control numbers on the passport. Please be assured that this incident was duly reported to Dallas Police Department, Dallas, TX aftermath the incident at St. Mortiz, Apartment, Dallas, TX with an incident number issued to me.

Please advise appropriately if I can safely apply for a new Nigerian passport at this time and to ensure my renewal effort does not constitute to an effort or an offense leading to duplicate possession of Nigerian passport both now and in the future. Please be assured that I hold a dual citizenship status as both US and Nigerian citizen.

Thank you.

Sincerely,

Martins O. Adegoke
819 Redbud Dr.
Allen - Dallas, TX 75002
MR M. IRABOR
Mon, 21 Oct 2013 14:23 EDT
where is my travel visa and personal information.
M Irabor,

A customer support staff member has replied to your support request, #44134 with the following response:

Dear Sir/Madam,
Please note that we are not involved with issuance but we can change your interview date to an earlier date if you want us to do that.
Kindly get in touch with the Nigeria Embassy for inquiries on issuance.
Thank you.

We hope this response has sufficiently answered your questions. If not, please do not send another email. Instead, reply to this email or login to your account for a complete archive of all your support requests and responses.

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Shedd Chidos
Fri, 27 Sep 2013 13:42 EDT
Nigerian Consulate Atlanta Experience.
It is very unfortunate we have this style of management in most Nigerian offices every where. All these officials have two years to serve in their capacities. Within two years, it is grab as much as you can in private businesses.They are paid in dollars and most of the time, they spend their allowances and claims. I took my mom's passport to them for renewal,
I had the same type of service. They don't care and nobody takes responsibility for their behavior.
James Stewart
Sat, 14 Sep 2013 07:23 EDT
not trust worthy
Stay away from Oando drilling,they will not pay
Theresa Nwoke
Fri, 13 Sep 2013 00:35 EDT
Not Truthful
Why are we not helpful to others? I visited the embassy in Atlanta just to renew my passport but met very, very, VERY rude species of BEING. Do they think that they are mini gods or what?? I left from Dallas to Atlanta, finished my transaction and took the last flight back but was greatly disappointed. Please God, direct another group of people to this embassy because the ones here are very lousy and unhelpful, they ARE just pure evil and mean.
Dano
Wed, 11 Sep 2013 16:51 EDT
why Nigerians passport office In Atlanta Georgia.
you tellhow can someone travel so far to Georgia states when you lives in Dallas or Oklahoma or tenesse it does not makes any sentBesides that is Nigeria for you.nothing they do mkes sense http://us.m.yahoo.com/w/ygo-mail/message/proxyattached.bp%3B_ylt=A2KIP.Bfe6JQtWMAkBNF9tw4?f=Inbox&m=2_0_0_1_659801_AML0i2IAAIkQUKEAkAj09kIvzu4&p=6&i=2&pg=1&tcf=1&.ts=1352825696&.tsrc=tmob&.intl=us&.lang=en
Clement Tunde Muyeeb
Fri, 7 Jun 2013 12:52 EDT
HELP AND AGREEMENT
I simply agreed with every comments read.I could just.but add more that WORLD-EMBASSIES.Are meant to represent,and help their people,legally,at anywhere in this world,about 97% are.were still unfortunates.in their situations,conditions WHAT IS THE EMBASSY IN ATLANTA DOING,?????To help their situations,HELP=I need a prove-of-birth-certificate,what can the consulate do on-line to help me get A-BIRTH-CERTIFICATE'ASAP.I LIVE IN ANDERSON,And IM DISABLED.
Ezioku Paul Gadigide
Tue, 9 Apr 2013 00:04 EDT
We have lost FOCUS and been swallowed wanting to be like OthERS
As a a matter of fact, we are disoriented, lost focus, indiviguality, self esteem, selfishness, paying others with the way we were treated when we first arrived.

Demanding for worship from those we helped, running after money, forgetting our root (Nigeria) have lead to our ever backward situation in this country.

We lack trust for ourselves, we are spiritually divided, we sell ourselves to gain fame and friendship.

The Mexicans, Kuwaties, Irish, Samoans, Ethopians, Kenyans are coming up stronger heading for the TOP, we are continouosly trading ourselves for menial jobs and positions.

Our only way out is to remember what we faced before we left our country and find a way to break even and build a better future for ourselves and our future generation. Becoming a Citizen is not a solution to our ROOT national problems.

We need to wake up and open our eyes, if we dont, we are preparing more sleeping beds for our kids and asking them to have more sleeping hours, then poverty is the end of our journey to this land.

Let us remove pride, hatred, division, selfiness, idea of paying back, useless competitions and look back for once at where we are coming from and help ourselves.

Only us can help us...have a nice read.
Craig Wallin
Wed, 6 Mar 2013 07:26 EST
Honesty
Is there anyone there that is interested in FRAUD in Garki,Anuja. Can not find one honest person in NIGERIA to talk to. This concerns Loan Lenders, Bassisters, MR. Ibrahim Lamorde. If it all concered, please respond

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