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Pakistani flag Consulate of Pakistan in Birmingham

Address2-26 Constitution Hill
Birmingham B19 3HL
United Kingdom
Phonelocal: (0121) 236.4123
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Faxlocal: (0121) 236.5126
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Comments on this Consulate

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nazir saghir
Fri, 28 Aug 2015 05:11 EDT
nicop renewal
better give a map or direction to reach. how much is fee and method of payment. what is nadra phone number? is parking facility available? I have not seen the new building yet. why is so long date? I think the staff attend the various meetings and inform the public there about the procedure of nadra or other services. thanks
Thu, 27 Aug 2015 07:45 EDT
So, the wolf's got new den, nothing will change Same wolf's inside new building, nothing has changed in the last 40 years in Birmingham consulate, every British born pakistani loathes the staff in the Birmingham consulate this place is hated with passion by those who have to visit the place, nothing will ever change until you remove this cancer which effects every British born Pakistan in UK. Those who seats on the top floor of the new building please take note you really don't have any value when you have people hate you more than they love they're children's.
Fri, 21 Aug 2015 11:27 EDT
Yes take Action.

I am a guy who doesn't take any benefit, involve in no drug dealing and treat Kids as Kids, not sex toys like other Pakis do. Hence I have right to comment on scumbags who suck this country dry and involve in shady stuff.

Shame on you, calling yourself truebrit. atleast I have guts to admit I am of pakistani origin
Saida bi
Wed, 19 Aug 2015 08:16 EDT
We Pakistani r shown as low down poeple
If ur cards expired there's no system of renewing in few week if something happens to ur family u got to deal wid dis instead of greiving I don't think poeple work there hav heart I hope dey don't have to suffer the way dey make Pakistani poeple no system at all
Sun, 16 Aug 2015 03:44 EDT
Racial abuse is a criminal offence
The bigotted abuse by "patriot" should be dealt with by the website owners or the criminal Justice laws. Interesting response to uk bigots at hugowaters.com.

If website owner does not take action then I will.
Sat, 15 Aug 2015 15:47 EDT
Disgusting community gets what it deserves
The jails of Birmingham have highest number of Paki prisoners, Alum Rock rocks with Paki drug dealers, able bodied crooks live on Council support. Forced marriages, paper marriages, bankruptcies, sex grooming of underage girls and the list goes on. That is what we are. Self pitying negative outlook. No wonder, 50 years later we have learned nothing. Majority of us continues to be a scumbag.

Who would you blame this on. Paki Consulate?

Curry eating, fart blowing brownies want to be treated fairly. LOL
matt.aka paapa
Fri, 14 Aug 2015 19:23 EDT
It beggars belief in such modern age people are paid in this socalled consulate.just for sitting idly and wasting peoples time and causing extreme annoyance.renewals should be inconvenience for the majority.
Joveriah farid
Thu, 13 Aug 2015 11:12 EDT
how much are nadra cards for to get made ...???
zaid hussain
Thu, 13 Aug 2015 08:46 EDT
I think the consulate is still in the caveman era.its a real shame for the deceased families what they have to go through. Over 25 years of experience but to what avail it's throughly disgusting and lack any kind of consideration for their fellow people. Unfortunately they have no one to answer to.i personally loathe such uncooperative staff and irresponsible reputation.
Thu, 13 Aug 2015 08:24 EDT
consulate dilemma
Hope the new building with vast facilities can be a improvement.the so called staff could do with hospitality course and appreciate the amount of money people are pouring into visas, passports and for the pakistani economy. Frankly I don't see why people don't travel for holidays to other countries. Which are cheaper and stress free.

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