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» Can I visit Panama without a visa?

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Mon, 4 Apr 2016 08:00 EDT
Flight transfer for HK SAR passport holder
In my return ticket, I'll have flight tansfer from Quito to Ams in Panama. As a Hong Kong SAR passport, please advise me if visa application in advance is a must. Thank you.
Peter Kwee
Wed, 25 Sep 2013 15:41 EDT
Tengo una licencia de conducir de Panamá y me gustaría tenerlo autenticado para que pueda recibir una licencia de conducir en Ecuador.

Por favor indíquenos si su oficina puede hacer esto y cuánto va a costar


Peter Kwee
Tue, 10 Sep 2013 10:51 EDT
Dear Sir,
Good morning will like to know the visa requirements for the citizen of Ghana, i called you few minutes ago to ask you details on these request.
I will like to know the specific documents we Ghanaian citizen need to add to our passport before the application approve.

If I can send the documents via DHL to Embassy for processing and the payment of visa fees details either pay visa fees through Bank transfer or Western Union money transfer.
Also let me know the additional and essential documents to add to the above details before submission of the application form. Also we request if we can process more than one application at a time.

I thank you again and look forwards to have the reply message as soon as possible.
Best regards,
Bright Mensah.

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