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Pakistani flag Consulate of Pakistan in Birmingham

Address10A, The Wharf
Bridge Street
Birmingham B1 2JS
United Kingdom
Phonelocal: (0121) 643.1979
international: +44.121.643.1979

Comments on this Consulate

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Mon, 10 Apr 2017 07:41 EDT
no manners at all
worst experiance all staff who works der no manners at all der service is like them
Wed, 29 Mar 2017 08:10 EDT
Appointments booking procedure
1 - Google search for Pakistan Consulate in Birmingham.
2 - Click on appointment management
3 - Click on book new appointment and select NADRA card or PASSPORT and number of applicants. Then select date and time. Click NEXT STEP ( Available date/time are shown in dark shade)
4 - Provide your email address, post code and applicant details then click NEXT STEP
5 - Save now
Print the confirmation or write down the TOKEN NUMBER and take it with you when you attend the appointment.
You will have no issue as long as you have all the required documents with you. It can take approx 1.5 hour for a NADRA card to process.
Still have any problem booking an appointment or
if this has helped? Please leave a comment.
Maqbool Ahmad
Wed, 29 Mar 2017 06:42 EDT
My experiences with the Pakistani Consulate in Birmingham
I recently had go to the new consulate office in Birmingham to renew my ID card.I am please to say that service and the system has improved a lot since I last visited the old office in Constitution Hill. The staff were very helpful from start to finish and the process was smooth. Many thanks to all the staff and keep up the good work.
Kind regards,
Sat, 4 Mar 2017 10:30 EST
Please repair ur system because I tried several times to book Passport appointment but there is a message for 2-3 hrs wait and it is never done
Avais anjum
Mon, 27 Feb 2017 07:18 EST
Renewal Pakistani passport
My Pakistani passport has expired which I wasn't aware of.i need a passport in 3 weeks..please help
Sat, 25 Feb 2017 06:53 EST
Name change on passport
Hy.i am zunaira just came uk from pakistan I need too chang the name on passport so please guide me how can I chang
Mohammad azeem
Fri, 17 Feb 2017 12:20 EST
Wrong name on ID card
My name starts with Mohammad and nadra Birmingham made mistake as ( Muhammad) I'm trying to fix it but I'm still struggling they asking me to make appointmint online are apply online web also not working too ! I ment to be in Pakistan in 2/2/17 ! If I can't gt appointmint other few months thn I don't think I will gt any help from these ppl :(
Maqbool Ahmad
Tue, 17 Jan 2017 12:15 EST
Visit to the Pakistan Consulate to get documents attested - THE PROCESS
First I went to solicitor - It took 5 minutes and cost me £5 to get paper attested. The I went to Pakistan Consulate - The Process is - (THIS MAY SAVE YOU LOT OF TIME AND HASSLE) It took all day running around.
1 - Photo copy all document and 2 copies of ID card both sides
2 - Take 2 passport photo ( take lot of change and £5 note if you want to use their machines.
3 - Take passport with you.( Just in case)
4 - Be there between the morning opening hours
5 - Go to the counter. The clerk will give you a receipt to pay appropriate fee (£8 in my case)in the bank on ground floor.Once you have paid the fee in the bank you can go back to the clerk and hand in the paper to be attested. Take copy of the receipt with you.
6 - Collect the papers in pm opening times.
shahid ahmed
Mon, 16 Jan 2017 10:48 EST
nadera card
i am not saying much.i been there three time and one guy there who check ur form he is veryhelpful and gud on his work i think they should employ all their staff like him.Well done to him
Tue, 27 Dec 2016 06:02 EST
useless bunch of holes
no pick up on telephone. no answer by person. no reply to emails. no appointments available. no wonder pak is messed. no sophistication to arrange anything

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