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AddressParwati - houses Nr. 38/39
Father Agnelo Road
Goa 403001
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Mon, 23 Feb 2015 02:02 EST
Re; Dr. Oscar Rebello
These are cheats Ralph as rightly stated by you. Thus is actually Miranda from Panjim near the Church. She has cheated a lot of goans. Be careful.
Ray - rohan fernandes
Sat, 21 Feb 2015 11:00 EST
Only you can help your self, there is a passport shop in the airport in Lisbon, they will provide you with the passport the same day!
rohan fernandes
Sat, 21 Feb 2015 06:00 EST
visapplying for portugal a to collect passport in portugal
Dear Sir/Mam

i have a bi and applying for Portugal visa
if i go in Portugal to collect passport who going to help me for getting urgent passport there?
Ray - Anton
Sat, 21 Feb 2015 04:18 EST
He only deals with Goa and Delhi!
Fri, 20 Feb 2015 20:59 EST
Queries for Thomas Pereira
Dear Thomas
Do you do attestation of certificates in Portuguese embassy of Africa for birth and marriage certificates?
Thanks in advance.
Fri, 20 Feb 2015 20:56 EST
Fake people - Ralph is right
They use doctor's names to show genuineness, the phone number is the same and I know these people, real cheaters, from Panjim, near the Church. DO you want me to divulge more details? They are not real agents, just sick old people who use their daughter to do their evil deeds. Be careful folks. And now they may change the number, but remember their behavior.
Dr Oscar Ribeiro
Fri, 20 Feb 2015 06:12 EST
Portuguese Nationality
Hi Ralph


I have made only one Portuguese Passport and that is by a very good Portuguese lawyer in Portugal. His name is Dr Orlando Texeira. I am very happy with his service for obtaining Portuguese Nationality for me in 1 month.

His email id is : drorlandotexeira@gmail.com

His Goa office number is : 9822131835

My entire family have their Portuguese Passport through this Portuguese lawyer in Portugal
He has handled successfully many difficult and complicated cases of my friends from the medical fraternity. I can vouch for his legal expertise.

Dr Oscar Ribeiro
Thu, 19 Feb 2015 20:06 EST
Hi this the first time I am putting my post.
Very simple rule to all
1. The surety of your process lies in the contents and Genunity of your documents first not the examples of successful cases. Please do not compare your case with others as all are different every case has different document details issue. You may end someone with a pending case just because you gave examples
2. Yes of course the lawyer too plays an important part, as he drafts all ready docs that you provide. but if you don’t get your documents reviewed first , then the lawyer is also a human ( human error) , if the case gets delayed , you will blame the lawyer and the person who referred you. No one has 100% conversion rate until and unless he or she doing this not only for money but for good deeds.
3. Also your documents have to be reviewed by the concerned person in your presence and given all feedback for pros and cons. This is easy stuff if you follow the rules.
4. Also when you ask questions on web, you get legitimate answers as per your questions and not as per the contents of your documents, as no one posts docs on this site as no option to do so . This may land you in trouble for no one else’s mistake but due to lack of discussion and verification of manual documents.
5. People who do this for money will always speak what you want . ie that your docs are good enough,,,,best ….. even if you lack some important doc or some errors made on yr docs during the Portuguese times. there is a way around every thing.... dont look for loop holes. things are done without them , our portugues people are kind enough to help us if they know we are genuine.
7.Most process are stuck for years are due to the reason they were abandoned and not followed up in time . It is a huge world of documents out there in Portugal , yours is not the only one kept on some table or office . if you have pending case then it requires patience and contactibility.
6. Also if you find someone who speaks portugues in Goa ,does not mean he cannot make mistakes. All major translations are done through dictionaries. Most of their offices are loaded with them back door, nor do they have any one in office or back home speaking portugues to be well versed .one could be speaking portugues but what do you know if he is 100% as you may not know a word and judge. I have known of such people who have made major typo errors and Grammer mistakes. Common sure names are mis spelt. Once again it is all on your documents …..
I know some of you will not like this straight forward post but towards the end it is for your good not any one else .
Appreciate Shayne to have helped so many with their complicated questions !!!
Thu, 19 Feb 2015 08:27 EST
Dr. Oscar Rebello
Dr. Oscar Rebello u have posted these same thing exactly one year back , that Pedro Rodrigues Had done your passport. How many Passports r u making?
Ray - samson fernandes
Thu, 19 Feb 2015 05:11 EST
Your Questiom is not quite clear, from what I understood of your question, is that you can apply for the schengen visa from the consulate in Goa it self. The passport takes 2-4 weeks!

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