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Maria Angela
Fri, 12 Jun 2015 14:07 EDT
Wanted to know how to obtain the appointment with the Embassy of Portugal in Panaji, Goa
Fri, 12 Jun 2015 02:07 EDT
SRX - Portuguese Natiionaity

I wan to get my Birth registered in Portugal. I am born in Goa before 1961. Now I am residing in Bangalore.

SRX. Do you suggest a good lawyer who can help me for Portuguese Nationality

Awaiting your reply

Wed, 10 Jun 2015 07:17 EDT
Depandant visa for my husband
Thanks. I mean SR is National insurance number.

I doubt if they can sponsor my husband. They can only give the offer letter.

As per your advice i think i should come first. I wish i could take my husband along as i ll be all alone to manage myself for 2 months. :(
Remie -> Joseph
Wed, 10 Jun 2015 06:41 EDT
Mismatch of first name in current passport and birth certificate
Dear Joseph

You wrote

"I want to apply for portugal billet. However my birth certificate has my first name as Jose Caitano Fernandes"

When you say you want to apply for bilhete, is your birth registered in Portugal? Just to let you know that at first one has to register birth and then apply for Cartao (Replacement for bilhete) an then passport..... all this after registering your parents birth and marriage

anyway the answer to your question is YES, you will need to correct your parents names in your birth certificate and also your passport, if you want your registration to be smooth.

hope this helps

Best Regards
Remie Jose Antao
Remie -> Reshma
Wed, 10 Jun 2015 06:24 EDT
Depandant visa for my husband
Dear Reshma

Whats an SR number?

Anyway As I said if your employer can give you a Job offer letter and salary details and along with sponsorship, you have a chance to get visa from India for your Husband...

but My best bet is you come her first and then apply for your Husbands Visa, every body whom I know have done that.

Best Regards
Remie Jose Antao
Tue, 9 Jun 2015 07:00 EDT
Mismatch of first name in current passport and birth certificate
Hello, I need you advise on the below.
I want to apply for portugal billet. However my birth certificate has my first name as Jose Caitano Fernandes(Fathers name: Antonio Francisco Fernandes) and my current Indian passport name is Joseph Francis Fernandes.
There is a name mismatch. Please advise if this is acceptable Or if I should change my current passport as per the birth certificate name.
Tue, 9 Jun 2015 06:53 EDT
Mismatch of first name in current passport and birth certificate

I really need answer on the below.I want to apply for a portugal passport, however my birth certificate mentions my name as Jose Caitano Fernandes and my
Tue, 9 Jun 2015 05:42 EDT
Depandant visa for my husband
Actually, i was working for about six months in London eastham. I have the SR number so do my husband. My employer is so kind that they agreed to offer me a job once im back to london.

Does that help for us to migrate together to london?

Remie -> Reshma
Mon, 8 Jun 2015 14:17 EDT
Depandant visa for my husband
Dear Reshma

Now Since you guys are back in India... you need to apply for your Portuguese passport once your Birth is done.... Your best bet is you first come to the UK show that you are working for at least 2-3 months and then apply for a dependent visa for your husband. YOU will need to show 2-3 months payslips and bank statements and a letter from your employer.

I can help you with this, once you are in the UK as this is one of the things we do. If you need the help of course, I am based in Hounslow, West London.

If you guys want to migrate together, that is a bit difficult but not impossible... for that you need to show that you already have a job ready for you in the UK with a salary structure in place and a Permanent contract. and the company should vouch for you and your husband.
Which is a bit difficult unless you are a rocket scientist.. which, you may be, I dont know... :-)

Anyway the easiest way as I mentioned is, you come here first, work and then bring your Dependants... just a matter of 2-3 months...

Hope this info will help you...

Best Regards,
Remie Jose Antao
Mon, 8 Jun 2015 10:52 EDT
Depandant visa for my husband
Hello Remie,

I have recently applied for my Portuguese birth registration in goa portuguese embassy. Post that i will be applying for passport.

My question is, i was living with my husband in London a year ago with my indian passort(dependant visa). we are back to india now. We would like to go back to UK, and my husband can get job from his ex-employer.

I was hoping that he can apply for portuguese passport which is not possible i beleive. We would like to migrate to UK together. How can i take him to UK after i get my Portuguese passport.


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