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Virginia Helmy
Mon, 26 Mar 2012 12:08 EDT
i am a american living in Egypt and i am my 5 year old so are continuely getting sick from the inviorment here, i am married to an egyptian and he was deported from the U.S and i need to know what i can do to keep my family together but not to stay in this unhealthy enviorment. pls let me know what are my option's.
Fri, 11 Nov 2011 10:02 EST
Visa travel
dr.ali ebrahim aboali
Tue, 1 Nov 2011 10:32 EDT
dentist president of developmental socity , president of youth centr
hey how can I and developmental socity at my village to share with your american culture council programes my email
Gomaa khamis osman
Tue, 4 Oct 2011 18:18 EDT
How can a gay get a visa to the USA from the embassy in Cairo?
I am a gay who lives in Egypt.How can a gay get a visa to the USA from the embassy in Cairo?please send me the procedures which I must follow to get the visa at email :
Fri, 5 Aug 2011 15:26 EDT
Obtaining visa
I live in Egypt.My wife is an american citizen.Can i Obtaian temprorary visa to the united states in case of petition?
wasem hussein hassan
Fri, 29 Jul 2011 15:54 EDT
Association of Friends for the poor people.
Aims of the society.
1- Materially help the poor.
2- Help the poor people medication.
3- Help the poor people educational.
4- Help the poor peeople culturally.
Submitted to request.
President of the Association Wasem Hussein Hassan. Location of society in village Saallhgr-Tanta-Egypt.Please accept the request. Please help me in achieving. Goals of the Assembly of financially.
Thank you very much.
The phone number of Chairman the Association 0101571414 my e-mail please the name of friendship to the US and Egypt to finance this association materially.
Mst. Abubakr Abakarh Yahya
Mon, 25 Jul 2011 13:16 EDT
Hello Consular,

How are you? I hope all is well, amin. Do you have a tourist visa to USA like other contries, eg, Egypt. I need a tourist visa to USA. I have an American Visa as an international student, studied at Jacksonville State University, Jacksonville, Alabama, USA, and lived althrough for 26 months in America. I am currently in Cairo, Egypt. I love to visit USA as a tourist and also meet friends and families. My cousins Bashir, Halima and Barhama are currently living and studying in Florida and New Jersey and will love to pay them a visit. If tourist visa is available, what is the minimum and maximum duration of stay for it in USA, and how much is the fees for a tourist visa? How do I apply for the visa, is it online, live (at the USA embassy in Cairo) or both?

My telephone number is: (+)2-014-871-9909.
My email address is:

Please, kindly respond to me via my email or telephone and I will appreciate your assistance.


My fore name is ABUBAKR, middle ABAKARH and sur YAHYA. I am now a young male Nigeria citizen, born in these earths at mourning time, 09:30am on Wednesday, 21st of June, in the year 1985, to weigh 3.4kg, normal and white in complexion. I hail from the konduga Local Government Area of Borno state, in northeastern part of Nigeria. It is a country in the continent of Africa, known to be the “Giant”. There are three majorities of the plenty tribes in Nigeria, namely: Hausa, Yoruba and Igbo. Our own are a minority, known as the "Shuwa-Arab" tribe of the Ancient Arabian Ethnicities and we are of Muslim families! I belong to an extensive blood caucus in which I happen to be the second eldest son by my mother. My parent comprises of the father; “late Alhaj Yahya Abubakr Abdullah” and my mother; “late Hajje Kaltuma Ahmad Ibrahim,” both, carries a history of the breadwinning responsibilities. We call our place of worships Mosque (Masjid), where we do Islamic services; perform our five distinct compulsory daily prayers at specific intervals and voluntary ones too. Fasting in the Muslim holy month of Ramadan comes once a year as a must do, anyhow. We believe in all the true prophets of God (Allah) and credit the five most important of them, the children of prophet Adam, who are: Noah (Nuh), Abraham (Ibrahim), Moses (Musa), Jesus (Isa) and Muhammad (SAW). We proclaim that there is no deity worthy of worship but the lord, God (Allah) and the prophet Muhammad (SAW) is His slave servant and messenger. As in my family occupation, we own a haulage industry which deals on the transportation of large cargo goods by trucks, from locations like the Nigerian port stations, companies and individual bases, to various destinations nationwide. Livestock of cattle, sheep and goats for diary products, is a part of our business. Farming is moderately in practice. We also have a construction firm that builds houses, plus a petroleum franchise. I agree to the acknowledgement of our approaches, yielding in the journey of lives for human beings, others and things, apparent in the cycles which starts from the activities of semen formation, to the womb, world, grave and eternal resurrection, including where circumstances may refer life leads to and changes or circulationally, a flow, forever.

All the way in my educational career through my secondary school graduation in the year 2002, I had always been to Islamic Schools. There, I learnt how to read and write in Arabic language. Also, I learnt enormous core values in the religion of Islam, touching the memorization of the noble, holy or glorious Qur’an, the Hadith as the teachings of the holy prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.) and other Islamic materials. When I was only three years old, during the year 1988, I attended an urban kindergarten school, called the Alexko Educational Centre, near my home, till year 1991. After that, in the year 1991, I was enrolled into a private British-Nigeria “Jenny Jones Nursery and Primary school” (J.J.S.), at Wema, Olodi-Apapa, in Lagos state, Nigeria. There, I obtained a primary school leaving certificate after sitting for the Common Entrance Examination and graduated in the year 1996. I later proceeded to the Federal Government College (F.G.C.), Kaduna state, Nigeria and maintained as boarding-house student for my entire six years of studies. Also, I earned a portfolio of the library prefect, among a selection of final year students of the 2002 session. Before graduation from the F. G. C. Kaduna, through the years 1996 to 2002, I sat for the West African Examination Council (W.E.A.C.) and the National Examination Council (NECO) Senior Secondary School Certificate Examinations (SSCE), in the final year. With the Dalenix Computech at Festac town, Lagos state, Nigeria, I achieved a certificate of diploma in desktop computer publishing, in April of the year 2003.

However, in future, I have an intention to be a world-class medical doctor, religious scholar and a farmer. Already, I have a foundation in pre-health professional studies, biology, with the Jacksonville State University, Jacksonville, Alabama, United States of America (U.S.A.). I regret that my total college credits are of the freshman class in biology, even at this time of June 2011, considering I started the program in August of year 2003 and to end in May of year 2007. So, I’m now left behind my mates. Anyways, only two semesters are remaining for the completion of an associate degree. All my life, I have been saving lives through various organizations that I belong. For example: the Golden Neo-Life Diamite International (Pty) Ltd. (G.N.L.D.), the Red Cross Society of Nigeria, Federal Road Safety Commission (F.R.S.C.), the Jacksonville State University’s Muslim Students Association (M.S.A.), Automotives (Federal-Mogul Corporation), Telecommunication (Entronix International Corporation), International Restaurant Group (Mercato Italiano Foods), and host of others. Thus, I’m preparing my mind towards the Herculean task of becoming a qualitative medical doctor.

On the basis of these, further and continuous improvements, my dream of becoming a successful medical doctor must come to actualization and safe against hindrance, misleading or jeopardy. Also, things causing difficulties, shameful failure to my family and backwardness in my education, etc. And in association with a result of an acquired compulsive paranoid delusions, obsessions, hallucinations, psychotic disorders, defecation, urination and sweat seizure, bodily paralysis or redundancies. Some that may lead towards an addiction to drugs, due to disturbance, pains, injuries, loss of wealth or damages, being poisoned, threats to death, senility, insomnia or anything of long-term affective negative dangerous effects. That can be possibly made new to me, especially while under closed captivity in any cult-like units by its personals and without my consent. Even, if through a religious organization’s provisions that my belief differs, like their hospitals and so on. All by any oppressive infidel crusaders, enemies or and racist. Whatever position, power, knowledge, strategy and authority possessed in anyways, in the name of Allah I pray, Ameen. Abakarh A. Yahya, born, raised and taught in southwestern Lagos State of Nigeria, combines a background in Islam, science and commerce with a passion for worshiping, socialization, exercise and a love of studying abroad. In my own philosophy of the universe, people and life, I discovered that in the world today: “few are born lucky, while others luck trusted upon them. Painfully, many are bond by the devil some are held captive, afflicted and suffering. In the hierarchy of mankind, some survive.”

I am a God (Allah) believer, English, Arabic and Hausa languages linguist, Sunni Muslim outreach Islamic monotheist, who preaches the gospel of Allah, the one and the creator. “The Qur’an declares that Allah says in “Chapter of the Dwellings (Suratul Hujurat)”: (In the name of Allah, the most gracious, the most merciful). O mankind! We have created you from a male, Adam (Adam) and female, Eve (Hauwa) then pluralized you into nations and tribes, that you may know yourselves. The most honourable amongst you to Allah are the believers who have faith, the pious. Verily, Allah is all-knowing, all-aware (Qur’an 49:13).” I am heterosexual, a herbivore and of the believers who is suffering from undue medical surgeries severely, currently or, and with adversely. Hence, in other words, I am straight and so totally abstain from the indulgence of masturbation, oral or and, with anal, as these are forbidden in Islam, but opposite genital sex (Penis versus vagina performance exercises) on a genuinely pure, clean and genetically match female person who is straight, nice and lovely, couple of marriage only. I am a normal, responsible, nice, careful, tough, aggressive, handsome, brave, wise, reasonable, considerate, disciplined, intelligent, good mannered, polite, honest, insister, helpful, hardworking, strong, tolerant, perseverant, committed, loyal, vigilant, merciful, sensible, modest, smart, generous, friendly and respectful boy who usually shows affections, cares and safeties to animals, nature, himself, others or and with all creations.

I have learnt many lessons in life:

“Life is what you make out of it.”
“Life means more than a bed of rosy.”
“There is a reason for, position in or purpose of doing something in life.”
“What goes around comes around.”
“Night sleep is a vital part of the cycle in human life.”
“Always protect yourself! Resist temptation! Beware, wise and be warned!”
“Salty, sugary and fresh water, or acidic, neutral and alkaline are distinct.”
“I do avoid all intoxicants: smoking, alcohols, drugs or, and with gambling's.”
“We meet and depart but depart to meet as death is a certainty.”
"Birds of the same feathers flock together."
"Man must not live by bread alone."
"No food for lazy man."
"Ignorance is darker than night."
"Knowledge is the secret of success."
"United shall stand, divided will fall."
"The journey of a thousand miles begins by one step."
"Why do people kill themselves?"

I also belong to the school of thought that says; “life lies before us like a dream”. Our vision in life is to do our parts and leave some footprints on the sands of times.
Tue, 28 Jun 2011 17:55 EDT
Iam ateacher of English,Iwant to travel to improve mypronunciation,attend any training foramonthonly.what can I do?
Sameh Anwar
Mon, 20 Jun 2011 17:29 EDT
How can a gay get a visa to the USA from the embassy in Cairo?
I am a gay who lives in Egypt.How can a gay get a visa to the USA from the embassy in Cairo?please send me the procedures which I must follow to get the visa at
roda akoi john jok ajang
Wed, 8 Jun 2011 16:35 EDT
u s a lottery immigration
iam roda i apply my case to you this day for embassy becuase they told me am awining from u s a lottery so please could u see my case thank this is my phone 0162424680 thank am here in cairo eg

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