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Pakistani flag Consulate of Pakistan in Birmingham

Address2-26 Constitution Hill
Birmingham B19 3HL
United Kingdom
Phonelocal: (0121) 236.4123
international: +44.121.236.4123
Faxlocal: (0121) 236.5126
international: +44.121.236.5126
Emailparepbirmingham@btconnect.com

Comments on this Consulate

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ijz
Tue, 26 May 2015 07:17 EDT
website
What,s the perpose of this website , is it only for adress and telephone information.
wasim
Wed, 20 May 2015 06:05 EDT
successful to make an appointment online
I found the website useful. i was able to make an appointment without any fuss.
Abid
Mon, 18 May 2015 11:38 EDT
What is the of this website?
There are so many negative comments here. Can anyone in consulate respond!
Ali.
Fri, 15 May 2015 14:27 EDT
Pointless!!!!
What can I say. Just close off the office.. we are now in the 21st century however pakistan is going downhill.. very sad. The people who work there are no use and do not help at all.

Best advice don't visit pakistan.
ZAHOOR AHMED
Fri, 15 May 2015 05:54 EDT
I dont know what to say such a pathetic staff in Pakistani consulate Birmingham is,
They dont pick the phone even or just bang the phone. May Allah help Pakistan.
AKHTAR
Mon, 11 May 2015 07:37 EDT
POLITE LANGUAGE
Dear Sir/Madam

I am extremely to sorry to say that I am very saddened by reading the reply from High commission of Pakistan London Office which was published on Thu, 7 May 2015 10:40 EDT. Someone has used unacceptable language "Bloody Pakis".

All the people are free to complain but requested responsible citizens not to use swearing words but to write to the relevant departments, eg High commissioner, Foreign Office, Prime Minister, President, media etc to make their points heard. Swearing words do not solve problems.

May Allah swt bless all of yourselves

Thanks
Twaaadi
Sun, 10 May 2015 11:07 EDT
Beh thi chut
The people working at the embassies/consulate . Etc. unhelpful , think they are nawaz sharif/or bhuttos eligitamate children. Why do they treat the people of pakistan in such a wrong and horrible way? Who do they think they are? There's a pakisatani who is so black in the Birmingham embassy it's unreal! He must be from niger! If staff were helpful the comments would be positive! Long live pakisatan! Not the same for the staff overseas!
The Pakistani Commissionaire London
Thu, 7 May 2015 10:40 EDT
Please Peoples we are trying our bestings you bloody Pakis
Its saddens my heart to see all the negative comments about my staff and the services that we are providing at the numerous consulates.Perhaps if you ignorant Pakis would pay a bit more bribe money and a little less moaning we could improve things a tiny bit.I am requesting to you peasant pakis from the oppulent residence of my London consulate please keep giving us the monies as i like to play roulette,shag prostitutes and drink plenty of Johnny Walker Whiskey.
qureshi
Wed, 6 May 2015 05:37 EDT
enquires
do not answer to emails and when you ring no reply or if they pick up the phone they disconnect straight away .
non of the staff are helpful.
PAKISTANI PAEDO
Thu, 30 Apr 2015 04:37 EDT
TOO MUCH
I AV TRUBL BREWING IN PAKISTAN AND D EARLIEST APPT I GT IS IN NOVEMBER ... REALLY !!! NT VERY HELPFUL ...

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