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Lorax Michael
Wed, 9 Nov 2016 01:22 EST
Looking for cook Job
I Am a multi cuisine chef, certified by Indian Government, with the knowledge of many cuisine.

By qualification, I am a Graduate and well verse with English language, reading writing and speaking.

I can bake,and make many kind of different dishes, and also have good knowledge of mock tails and cocktails.

I can cook continental,Chinese ,Mughlai,Italian,french and veg delight etc.

I can also cook as per food nutrients for a client if the client has special request for his diet plan.

I can also cook some fresh baby foods as per the nutrients chart.

Also holding my passport and all leagal documents.

People or company require my service, need to email me on my email add- , with specifically writing their requirement and service.
lavenia ravono
Sat, 6 Feb 2016 10:45 EST
transit visa
do i need a visa for hong kong for transit to stay outside the airport with a british passport
Khan Rai M S H
Thu, 25 Sep 2014 20:09 EDT
Hong Kong British Consulate General not returan to me my old passport
my former name Saleem Mohammad. new name Khan Rai Mohammad Saleem Haaris i give to my Passport to British conulate General for apply my child passport in islamabad my child passport application already refuse we still wait for my old passport in hong kong

Gilbert Abeygoonaratne &Shivanthi Abeygoonaratne
Fri, 18 Jul 2014 18:27 EDT
incomprehensible deay in giving a tourist visa to me and wife in Paris
Privileged citizens of Monaco,for the last 35 years ! Retired both wife and self with substantial income in Monaco, bank balance and proof of several previous visits to England provided, etc etc Invited by cousins & all documents, included.Sri lanka passport valid until 2019.Air tickets to & back! Passport holds proof of travel in many countries. Monaco Carte de Sejour permits travel to schengan countries etc. Passports kept for over 24 days with out explication, reason for visit graduation of nephew at Manchester University. (Tickets are redundant now and the graduation is over. I find this inhuman and degrading to be treated thus without any reason whatsoever.Unjustly forced to stay blocked in mONACO with out Passports! Grateful for explication of such a n act! tHANK YOU.
Wing Sze Wong
Tue, 22 Apr 2014 07:15 EDT
Returning back to UK as a visitor after Tier 5 visa expiry
To Whom It May Concern,

Hello, I am a Tier 5 (YMS) visa holder which is valid from 1 Jun 2012 to
1 Jun 2014 and I came to London since 29 Jan 2013. Also I have a British
National (Overseas) Passport which I applied from my home
country (Hong Kong).

I am planning to travel and spend some time in the Uk for traveling
as a visitor for few more months before I go back to Hong Kong, in
the same time my visa will be expired when my return from the other
country. I am clearly known about the policy of my Tier 5 visa and
I will not work in UK without any valid visa.

I would like to know more about the Immigration Policy if there is
any conflict of my visitors' status, do I need to provide any
document for supporting my return?

Thanks for your attention.

Yours faithfully,

Wing Sze
rona bee
Tue, 11 Mar 2014 10:57 EDT
uk citizen fiance was hold from India international airport and he's a citizen of united kingdom...can u pls help me. Thank you
paul grad
Fri, 17 Jan 2014 09:13 EST
3 months and still awaiting return of old passport
please could this consulate return my old passport. I had to go through hell to extend my visa in Japan . No reasons to keep it I'm sure
Sean O'Regan
Wed, 4 Sep 2013 09:01 EDT
I need to apply for a second UK passport. I have a letter from my company stating the reason why i need a second. I am applying from Malaysia. Do i need to send my first passport with the application as i need to travel overseas every second week? how long does it take and what is the process?
Thank you
Mr Rob Stirland
Wed, 8 May 2013 06:19 EDT
Renew red passport, living in Thailand.
Dear Sir or Madam,
My passport is now full and I need to renew it via the H/K embassy, unfortunately I cannot work until I get the passport back and get my non immigrant B visa, I'm a teacher. Is there any way to speed up or possibly fast track a passport renewal via the H/K embassy?
I would fly to the embassy if I could be assured of a passport there to collect in a shorter period of time than 3/4 weeks.
Is any such facility available? I am obviously a full British citizen, I have been in Thailand for 3 years, it is my fault for not checking my available pages, but I was wrongly told by my school to use the last few getting a tourist visa whilst they generated the documents to go back and get a non B, I was hoping to have got a new passport by that time but they have now said no non immigrant B visa, no work/pay.
Thanks in advance Rob Stirland.
asadulla shajai
Sun, 7 Apr 2013 21:06 EDT
dear sir or madem
i apply for my son passport in islamhabad pakistan its about secand time am applying for his passport on the frist the refused the application in two months and they inform me after 5 months sir my son is only 10 months old what wrong thing my son is done which they are not give to us is passport which i can bring my son to uk am sure your a father how hard is that which i leave my son in pakistan
in pakistan siad the me we dont take any disation about the possport the disation came from hong kong if that rigth then give us some news about my son passport

i would be grateful for give me some news

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