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Senegalese flag Consulate-General of Senegal in New York

Address271 West 125th Street
New York, NY 10027
Phonelocal: (917) 493.8950
international: +1.917.493.8950
Faxlocal: (917) 493.8953
international: +1.917.493.8953

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John D
Tue, 7 Jan 2014 15:39 EST
Phone response

This is a desperate email asking the consulate personal to respond to phone calls when people are calling. I have been calling every single day for the last week to inquire some information but no one is on the line to respond to my phone calls. Why do you guys have a phone number to start with ?

Who ever is in charge, should know that he or she is incompetent of doing this job and should be fired. I believe they are other Senegalese who are more than qualified to take that job. Hope this helps you to improve your useless service.
alpha barra
Mon, 9 Dec 2013 16:11 EST
i need to know the website to apply for a visa to senegal
New Yorker
Wed, 23 Oct 2013 11:19 EDT
The Senegalese Consulate in New York does not promote tourism
My wife and I preregistered and paid for Senegalese visas online and received receipts. I telephoned the Senegalese Consulate in New York to ask about obtaining the visas on our U.S. passports from the consulate. The gentleman who answered the phone did not answer any of my questions: what are the consulate's days and hours for issuing visas, can visas be obtained immediately or must passports be dropped off and picked up later? After 15 seconds of silence, I heard telephone rings on the line, then silence. No one was there. Calling the consulate was a waste of time. We'll get our visas at the airport in Dakar.
Taurai Muza
Tue, 17 Sep 2013 15:56 EDT
I Need reall idendification of people listed below are there in senegal.
Dear sir
I just want to know the reall information of the girl Paola Kouame is she risiding in refugee camp of Dakar senegal ,then pastor Michiel David and Barrister Bitrus is he a registered lawyer i am waiting for your reply sir its egent.You can write me on my email(muzataurai@gmail.com)
Kingsley Ejah Adah
Fri, 6 Sep 2013 15:56 EDT
Dear Embassy am kingsley ejah adah by name am from Nigeria and i would like you people to help me with the real informations about these people. Stephen hester, Miss paola kouame, Barister Bitrus and pastor Micheal David of christ the king churches Dakar. I want to know everything about them my E-mail is kingsleyejahadah@gmail.com. DO HELP ME OUT IT A SERIOUS ISSUE
aly oumar
Tue, 13 Aug 2013 17:39 EDT
hello. my aly oumar, I HAVE REFUGEE TRAVEL DOCUMENT.I NEED visa toenter senegal
Sun, 28 Jul 2013 03:34 EDT
Visa entry to Senegal
need information
hello, my name Kalidou,I have a refugee travel document. I want to know if I need a visa to enter Senegal, if yes how long does it take? it’s very urgent.

Thank you
Mon, 15 Jul 2013 09:42 EDT
Jobs for Senegalese women
I am setting up a sewing collective for my doll company in Boston. Does anyone have a connection to senegalese social groups in Massachusetts that might know women who want a job making dolls. Please contact me at kurlydread@gmail.com
Lucia Mbofana
Fri, 5 Jul 2013 10:09 EDT
Visa Application on line
I am a ZImbabwean citizen travelling to Mauritania through Senegal.I would like to obtain a Senegalese Visa for myself and my family members.I have tried completing the online form but l am failing to paste or upload the picture on the form.What should l do.I am currently in Haiti.
Dorothy Holley (deahtrng@msn.com)
Mon, 24 Jun 2013 21:13 EDT
My Recent Trip to Beloved Senegal!
Dear Readers ~
I am an African American women who traveled (solo) to Senegal in May of 2013 to visit the family I met on a solo trip to Senegal in 2005; I also visited this family when I went to Senegal with a group in 2008. Instead of traveling as a tourist, I stayed with this family who embrace me as a true sister! I LOVE Senegal and highly recommend this country to anyone who is looking to experience true African hospitality. Below is the link to a video slide show that I created; it offers a glimpse of my experience of everyday life in Senegal. Enjoy!


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