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Uruguayan flag Honorary Consulate of Uruguay in Amman

AddressIntersection of Mecca and Al-Kindi Street
Karadsheh Plaza 2, 4th floor, Office 43
Amman
Jordan
PostalPO Box 289
Phonelocal: (06) 551.0080
international: +962.6.551.0080
Faxlocal: (06) 551.0080
international: +962.6.551.0080
Emailuruguay.jo@gmail.com
Hours9.00 - 14.00

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Ramez
Mon, 24 Jul 2017 10:54 EDT
Visa
Please I need to know how to apply a visa to ur embassy
Regards
Daminda wejisengha
Fri, 19 Aug 2016 07:49 EDT
Dear madam andsir I'm looking for a driving job or house keeper. I have experience in parties. I'm 15 years in Jordan. I'm working before in Czech Republic embassy here in jordan I have valid Jordan driving license. I'm Sri Lanka. 36 years of age. If you interested me please call my no.0789551701.thanks
prof.s.el hadidi
Thu, 22 Nov 2012 06:05 EST
tel no e mail
please give the correct tel no and e mail as we need a visa thanks
abdullah
Mon, 10 Sep 2012 20:45 EDT
wrong info
the number is not correct can you provide us with the email for the Uruguay Consulate in jordan plz
hesham lotfy
Sat, 25 Feb 2012 18:39 EST
aplication. seeking job
hello , how are you , i can speak spanish very good and i need to work there in any job for language (spanish,emglish) im graduated in 2010 from the faculty of languages (al alsun)from egypt.
search for job. thanx and i m waiting your rebly. in: wolfmantoto@yahoo.com and N.01149533990 egypt

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