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Florence Usidamen
Wed, 12 Sep 2018 02:08 EDT
Documents legalization in embassy of Portugal in Abuja
What does it cost to legalize birth certificate and spinsterhood certificate and the processes?
idris salima
Thu, 6 Sep 2018 12:19 EDT
how to solve the current problem
I am writing concerning my brother who applied for visa but was a null base on the statement of account submitted to the embassy, please what step he need to take to solve the problem because he need tp leave Nigeria before the 14th at of September 2016.thanks
Thu, 23 Aug 2018 07:29 EDT
Delayed Visa application
I apply for Portuguese visa as a tourist since April 10. My document and passport has been with the embassy as at today. They act unprofessional. They don't attend to mails. They are here in Nigeria to collect our visa fees and hold on to your document thinking that when you are tired you will ask for your document and passport.Not everyone who apply for your visa that want to abscond. Nigeria relevant authority need to look into this. Portugal embassy are bunch of thieves
tunde israel
Tue, 13 Feb 2018 05:10 EST
visa enquring
good day ,

please can you provide me with the requirement for how to apply to visit your great country ... 

and please send me contact phone number that I can call 

your swift respond is urgently needed

best regard 

Nelly Abraham
Tue, 9 Jan 2018 13:22 EST
My name is Nelly Abraham I am originally from Edo State Nigeria and i live in London England. I am married to a Portuguese citizens here in London and we are about to register our marriage, but the Portuguese embassy here in London asked me to send my Nigerian birth certificate to Portuguese embassy in Abuja to be translated and stamped before we can register our marriage. the situation is very stressful and I need some advice on how to go about things. my email address is nellyabraham1986@gmail.com
Agbor Joe Benny
Sat, 23 Dec 2017 18:04 EST
application delayed
am writing concerning a student visa application made last year. Have not got any feedback from you and its been over 6 months now. I think this is very unprofessional for a consulate. You should improve on your services or I recommend it being moved to another country who can handle these situations better and in a more professional way. Everyone applying for visa deserve an answer. I am writing from Yaounde in Cameroon.
Thu, 30 Nov 2017 16:05 EST
Visa Delays
I believe the Portugese is extremely racist. If you don't want to issue visas then leave Nigeria. Stop collecting visa fees. Go to your country and live the hard life there. Tell your government you don't want relationship with Nigeria. Say it openly, stop discriminating and still collecting money. If you cannot take decisions independently then you are a disgrace to your Country & its citizens. The next time a post will be sent to the United Nations. Black skin should not be a ground for discrimination.
Olagundoye Anthony Olaniyi
Sun, 23 Jul 2017 15:41 EDT
Stamp on Certificate
Pls I need the stamp from embassy on my brother's birth certificate in other for him to register his marriage here.
Thu, 29 Jun 2017 09:09 EDT
i am Mr Prince form Abuja,the coordinator of ADACT COLLEGE,how college is in need of a Portuguese lecturer ,please contact me 08036037330,www.adactonline.sch.ng.
Wed, 21 Jun 2017 02:15 EDT
It is really pathetic that some Nigerians are saying that neither they nor their wards will study abroad in the Philippines with the reasons that the Philippines is the poorest country in the world and that the country is cursed.
Indeed, I don't know why we deceive ourselves in Nigeria, instead of being honest to ourselves...please, who cursed the Philippines?
Yes, the Philippines is one of the developing country of the world but it is far better than Nigeria in all sectors, even though they have little or no natural resources like Nigeria but they manage the little they have very well.
*The Philippines is cursed, yet they have 24 hours electricity.
*They are cursed, yet they have wonderful road network.
*They are cursed, yet they made medical education free for all their citizens.
*They are cursed, yet they have steady water supply.
*They are cursed, yet their educational system is very stable and there is no history of strike in their educational system.
*They are cursed, yet they have perfect security.
*They are cursed, yet I have not seen any accident for the past 4 years I have lived in the Philippines.
*They are cursed, yet the Philippines has 2,180 universities (Two Thousand One Hundred and Eighty Universities) while our Giant of Africa (Nigeria) has approximately 128 universities at present... What a shame!
*They are cursed, yet many Americans, Indians and other citizens of developed countries come to the Philippines to study medicine and later go back to their respective countries to practice because educational cost is more affordable here in the Philippines.
*They are cursed, yet their medical system is rated 60th out of the 191 countries in the world by world health organization (WHO) while our so-called "blessed Nigeria" has the worst 4th medical system in the whole world...Nigeria is rated 187th out of the 191countries in whole world by world health organization (WHO)...yet Nigeria is a blessed country more than the Philippines.
***Please, take a look at this website to verify my points about WHO world rating of medical system in the whole world… http://www.who.int/healthinfo/paper30.pdf.
Medical Program
**For WAEC/NECO Holders--(Pre-medicalprogram=1.5years + Medicine=4years)…5.5years
**For graduates…4years
N.B: School fees…$2,000-$3,500 per year depending on the school.

N.B: Other courses (arts, pure and social science courses) are also available at very cheaper rate (as low as $500- $1,000 per year, depending on the course and university).

To apply for the ongoing admission for undergraduate, graduate, or post-graduate courses, or you want to transfer to any of our partner Philippine universities as an undergraduate student, or you want to do your residency program as a medical doctor, contact me on:

1. I am not an agent but a Registered International partner with California University, Philippine Campus and other Philippine universities.

2. I am also the Philippine representative of Revo Institute of Science and Technology, Enugu Campus, Nigeria and Nikki Campus, Republic of Benin.

3. Please, beware of some frauds using my name to defraud people of their hard-earned money. Please, ignore them—they are not my partners.

Best regards,
Mr. Paul Godfrey

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