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AddressLibra House
21 P. Catelaris Street
Nicosia 136
Phonelocal: (022) 466.766
international: +357.22.466.766
Faxlocal: (022) 448.777
international: +357.22.448.777

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Suliman Ahmed Rasel
Fri, 11 Mar 2016 14:57 EST
visit visa
dear sir
i am a student of cyprus. i am a Bangladeshi . i like to visit your country. how i can a visa ? what kinds documents u need? do u give me visa?
i am waiting for ur response.
your regards
Rachelle Chairman
Mon, 14 Feb 2011 09:43 EST
legalization of marriage certificate
Dear Consulate,
I would greatly appreciate your help in obtaining legalization of my marriage certificate. My late husband, Alberto Garcia de Soria, a citizen of Uruguay, and I, a citizen of the USA, were married on December 30, 1968 in Nicosia.
The court in Montevideo now needs this to prove our daughter's legitimacy.
Because I hesitated to send the document to into a potentially unstable environment in Beirut, that office suggested that I contacted Mr. Montanios in Nicosia. In compliance with his reply, I emailed a scanned copy of my marriage certificate on January 28. Mr. Montanios also instructed me not to send anything by courier until instructed to do so, and I have complied with his request.
While our attorney in Montevideo is pressing for this legalized document, I realize that you have larger issues to consider. Yet I would be very grateful to hear back from the Consulate regarding my request for legalization of the document. Thus I look forward to your advice.

Thank you very much!
Ένα μεγάλο ευχαριστώ

Rachelle Chairman

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