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Carlos Lozano
Tue, 4 May 2021 04:11 EDT
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Dr. Kamal Naji
Mon, 30 May 2016 06:31 EDT
Asking your embassy if i can send my diplomas by Express Mail Service to be sealed
Dear Sir/ Madam

I’m a Lebanese doctor graduated from Argentina, and I have a job contract to Saudi Arabia, but in order to work there I must stamp my diplomas from the Saudi cultural Bureau in Spain. Unfortunately, the Saudi cultural bureau in Spain rejected to authenticate my diploma since it is not sealed from your Embassy.
Currently for personal issues I can’t travel to Buenos Aires in order to stamp my diplomas from the Spanish Embassy, so could you please accept them if I send it to you by Express Mail Service.

Waiting to hear from you as soon as possible.
Thank you .
tarun kumar
Thu, 10 Dec 2015 00:12 EST
request for visa clarification
sir i am a indian national holding official passport of india. also i am a employee of united nation and at present deployed in lebanon.
i am travelling by british airways from argentina to beirut with change of flight madrid without moving out from airport. my query do i require transit visa , also to inform you that while booking my ticket i was not told of any thing like this .also i crossed checked with 2 different office of british airways.pls clarify my this dobut . my e mail id is

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