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AddressParwati - houses Nr. 38/39
Father Agnelo Road
Altinho/Panjim
Goa 403001
India
Phonelocal: (0832) 242.1524
international: +91.832.242.1524
Faxlocal: (0832) 242.1522
international: +91.832.242.1522
Emailcgpgoa@gmail.com
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Jitendra
Tue, 11 Aug 2020 13:35 EDT
Angela and Mike
Angela and Mike
I have emailed both of you my whatsapp no. Kindly add me in both whatsapp group
Shane
Tue, 11 Aug 2020 11:31 EDT
jack
Which countries are good to work in Europe? Where jobs and rental homes are found fast?
Sara
Tue, 11 Aug 2020 05:37 EDT
Petition won't work neither would letter.
Mike
Mon, 10 Aug 2020 17:11 EDT
VIP
Oh That great that means they will clear and start taking new BI soon.Do anyone knows untill which month the took the last BI appointments?
saluas
Mon, 10 Aug 2020 16:26 EDT
petition
filing a signed petition is better than handing a letter at the gate, otherwise we will be doing a very awfull thing, i.e. handing the matter to this communal government. With so many people gathered near the consulate and expressing unhappiness, they will twist these very facts to their advantage like how we handed the fish issue to them. A few people who had previously complained of adulturated fish comming in the market are now rushing to purchase the very fish they complained on and that too at ten times the original price. So lets get wise and beware of this govt. It'll even accuse the portuguese consulate of brewing trouble in goa and will try to seek its closure. Further with so many people gathered, they will waste no time in videographing us and sending notices and hefty fines under their barbaric pandamic act.
Carol
Mon, 10 Aug 2020 14:15 EDT
Delay in appointment at Goa Consulate
Jack this is what i am repeatedly telling people here that the Goa consulate need to bring to sense
They cant wait citizen one yrs for to deny right to travel and geting identity document
I against european union convention of human right which this consulate people are clear violation into

I am contemplating to file this cases in lisbon
Can we both get in touch pls can acn file petition in lisbon court to teach this people a leasson and stop investing in schengen visa which is tedious process and led to rejecting
Mike
Mon, 10 Aug 2020 14:07 EDT
VIP
Oh That great that means they will clear and start taking new BI soon.Do anyone knows untill which month the took the last BI appointments?
Jack
Mon, 10 Aug 2020 13:51 EDT
Filing a legal case against the Consulate
I had a conversation with my lawyer in Portugal yesterday regarding suing the Consulate for violating our human rights by making us wait a year merely for a document. Whilst he agrees that we could win a potential case as a year is too long to make an EU citizen wait simply for a document, in my personal case he recommends we rather sue them forcing them to grant an emergency schengen visa for my wife as this is likely to be resolved faster. I will potentially be going forward with this case on my own, but this outcome would only help me and do nothing to resolve other delays. If any of you want to file another case against the consulate, to get rid of the appointment related delays, you can do so. I would be open to partially helping fund such a case.
Jack
Mon, 10 Aug 2020 13:20 EDT
To Ian and Sara
Ian - Your lawyer has to ask the registry for an access password. It’s only given if you have an active case ongoing.

Sara - I had got both the CC and Passport in three days in Lisbon. You need a schengen visa however and the visa processing offices are currently closed. My wife is currently facing the same dilemma as she’s unable to obtain a schengen visa due to visa centres being closed. Until the coronavirus situation is under control, it seems all of us have to deal with the inept consulate in Goa.
IAN
Mon, 10 Aug 2020 12:56 EDT
SARA
Yes, EU is not yet open for Non-EU citizens to travel. You can try however

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