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Saudi flag Consulate of Saudi Arabia in Aden

AddressQatban Street
Khormaksar
Aden
Yemen
Phonelocal: (02) 232.760
international: +967.2.232.760

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Abdul-Elah Alquershi
Sat, 19 Nov 2016 06:06 EST
Visa request
I have medical reports from Jeddah and lately from Sanaa indicating the need to continue medical treatment in Jeddah with my wife in private clinics/hospitals.. I have the financial credibility.
I need to get the Consul's E-mail in order to send more personal information and reports if required.
Thanking you,
alexis brown basco
Wed, 25 Jul 2012 08:58 EDT
looking 4 my dad
i'm looking 4 my dad rolando c basco,he is a filipino man en my mom told me 2 looking ur embassy bec. my dad has a wife there en her marriage contract is fake en i wnt 2 that girl is immigrate as soon as possible en the name of the girl is ofelia yap p.
abdul karim shahid rasool bakhsh
Fri, 6 Jul 2012 09:33 EDT
my family visit visa
my family visit visa i sent from riyadh ksa and now it is more then 45 days that conslate in aden is closed what sould i do now
motherofone
Sun, 24 Jun 2012 11:24 EDT
Issues with Diplomat and their Effects
I know someone who tried to apply for a family visit visa to bring his wife from Yemen to Riyadh for a visit. He was able to get the electronic application, but when he went to Sana'a to get the stamp, that was of course when the Saudi diplomat Al-Khalidi was kidnapped so both embassies closed. He tried another time earlier in April or May as well. This time there are people camped outside the embassy in Sana'a because they want at least the embassy to process Umrah visas; as many as 1000 applicants have had their applicants stalled if not denied. I forgot who, but a letter was written by some important person about 1.5 weeks ago to the embassy [i think] requesting that at least umrah visas be processed. Apparently there hasn't been a reply to that letter as the embassy is still closed. And when I called the embassy operator they also said the embassy is not doing anything, not even Umrah visas. Like I said, this person is trying to get the stamp for the family visit visa and the application is expiring in 1.5 weeks or so. He said he wants to see what will happen with Umrah visas, but the possibility about the Umrah visas was said by the local people, not the embassy staff. In fact, in the negotiations to release al-Khalidi, there was a false rumor that he was released when he wasn't. He plans to stay there for some time, perhaps until the wife's visa expires, to at least convince himself that he did everything he could. I invite your comments: do you think this person has a chance within the 1.5 weeks that the visa is still valid?
abdul karim shahid rasool bakhsh
Thu, 14 Jun 2012 19:13 EDT
my family visit visa
i am working in my company located in riyadh. I obtained my family visa as my family lives in aden republic of yemen
but unfortunately saudi conslate in aden is closed for unlimited time
is it possible to obtain this my family visa from saudi ambassy in sanaa as the visa may expire with out my family coming
Mr alwaw
Tue, 27 Mar 2012 09:53 EDT
Marhaba
Can I get my visa from adan or I must go to sanaa
Thabet Muthana Bin Muthana Yafai
Tue, 11 Oct 2011 03:27 EDT
Extra letter Reg. My name in Arabic
I have applied for my wife to join me in KSA/Jeddah and after having obatined the visa and was ready for collection; I was very sad to find out that my wife was unable to obtain it as my name shown on the IQAMA which was written had included an error with the arabic letters; taking into account that my name is correctly written according to the English Name. Please get back to ASAP.
Thabetmuthana866@hotmail.com
KHALED
Wed, 3 Aug 2011 02:48 EDT
I WOULD LIKE TO CHECK ABOU OMRAA LIST IN rAMADAN

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