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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
Hours08h45 - 13h00

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Mike
Thu, 16 Feb 2017 23:55 EST
Sophia - Advice at Immigration at London
If you have the BI card (Cartao De Cidadao), it can be used to access the e-gate system directly so no need for visiting the immigration counter or facing any questions.
Even if this system is down, you can use the separate EU citizens Lane and show your card or passport at the immigration counter.
Don't need to mention OCI or return ticket even. You have full freedom to live and work in the UK, so you can say anything from holiday to you found a new job there.
Elloit
Thu, 16 Feb 2017 23:43 EST
Suggestion
How is pereira's portuguese connection?
I mean are they genuine or scamsters,please help.
Thanks in advance.
Shayne - John
Thu, 16 Feb 2017 23:23 EST
Where is your Birth certificate issued from? You will need to get the birth certificate corrected only then the passport authorities will correct the names on the passport. These name issues have become a very big problem for many due to incorrect names the CRC jave kept cases pending for years. So make sure you get it right.
John
Thu, 16 Feb 2017 16:47 EST
NAME IS IN A MESS
Greetings all:

Just wanted to say thanks in advance for all of you folks that help us out over here.
I have a question. My brother is in India and he wants to apply for Portuguese nationality. Off course, we will have our parents registered etc etc. as he was born in 1980 so that he can apply once parents are registered.
So here is the challenge. His full name is messed up. Below are the various documents with his names.
Could someone please advise on how to proceed? Which document is required? Is the passport a must?
Is there any other document accepted in lieu of the passport? What if he did not have the passport? The reason I also this is because it might be easier to change the names on the other documents rather than the passport.
Would it be safe and prudent to go by the name on the BC and then make a correction on any of the below documents?

Either ways if someone could please guide me on this will be much appreciated.


Passport --- Clyde Anthony Dias
Election Card --- Clyde Mario Menino Dias
Birth Certificate --- Clyde Mario Dias
Baptism Certificate -- Clyde Mario Menino Dias


Thanks,

John
Shayne
Thu, 16 Feb 2017 13:39 EST
Translation's / MEA ATTESTATION / B.C Corrections
If anyone needs English to Portugese translations, and MEA Apostle attestation, as well, as corrections( missing names/surnames, spelling mistakes, child name not inserted), done on their birth and also, from Bombay get in touch for more info at shaynexa@gmail.com
ALEX
Thu, 16 Feb 2017 13:38 EST
Innaya shaikh - Correction
Hello, Innaya
Have you get any information for your Birth Correction,
sunil
Thu, 16 Feb 2017 08:56 EST
alex
thanks a lot
rosario
Thu, 16 Feb 2017 07:46 EST
visa for adult childrens
GREETINGS..!
I am Portuguese citizen,aged 52, currently working in Germany,I want to bring my adult childrens(24 age)on Indian passport to Germany. kindly help me out what visa i would require and what would be the procedure.
hoping for a helpful reply.
Thank you...!!
Shayne - Simon
Thu, 16 Feb 2017 06:47 EST
No your wrong. In March end they would trigger article 50 which is notice to leave European Union. The process takes 2 years to end, only after early 2019 they will close the free movement for EU Citizens.
James
Thu, 16 Feb 2017 06:36 EST
Simon
Who told u date march 3????

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