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American flag Embassy of the USA in Khartoum

AddressKilo 10, Soba
PostalPO Box 699
Phonelocal: (01870) 22000
international: +249.1870.22000
Web site
Hours8am to 4:30pm, Sunday through Thursday

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Tue, 26 Jan 2016 05:05 EST
I'm Sudanese, 38years old, (Bachelor of Arts/English language&Literature/I speak English fluently/I am looking for a jobtelephone number 0121244997
Asma Saif Eldein Osman
Sun, 24 Jan 2016 06:15 EST
I'm environmental engineering (diploma 3 years)
dawit shifraw
Tue, 19 Jan 2016 20:41 EST
khartoum sudan (daem )
first i am ethiopian iwas born in sudan and the police men arested me with out any reason & they judge me 10 years i need help.& i know only GOD can help me but i belive his help will be by USA way so peales some bady help me i am 19 years old. 0994673624 it's my
phone in the jail but it's open after 5:oopm only.
abaker yagoub ibrahim ahmed
Mon, 11 Jan 2016 11:06 EST
i aply same peprs to my waife and she name khadiga mohmed khair and my san muzamal abaker yaguob ibrahim ahmed and nabila silman and haronsilman thos from her x hasban and ned same help to in usa portland maine
Sun, 27 Dec 2015 02:23 EST
HOW ARE YOU doing ?
i have just finished the secondary school and am looking forward to have the chance to visit USA as
a student , i hope to hear from you soon.

your faithfully: SAMI HAMID.
lam Mona Modather, 22years studing at university
Sat, 12 Dec 2015 03:56 EST
I form Khartoum stat , I speak English and Arabic
I Want to the job
manoshmodather @yahoo. com
Robel Estifanos
Sat, 5 Dec 2015 15:14 EST
looking free scholarship in US hello gays am robel from eritrea am living in khartoum.i need only free scholarship from you.because i know perfectly the meaning of education so help make my dream true 00249903919600 it's phone no.
Bashir Yousuf Mohamad
Tue, 24 Nov 2015 09:26 EST
soomaaaba21@ gmail
Iam 32 l.graduate from opening sudan univerty.english section.i.hope i will get chance for the job of ambiton in the future to travel to america because america is the country of justice and demogracy.and its the great country and that is why I love America
Aamer adam abdrahman yahia
Tue, 24 Nov 2015 06:45 EST
iam aamer i study in khartoum university I need job
Talib Hamdan Tia Ali
Sun, 22 Nov 2015 07:50 EST
Some American Nuba are Selling us to Khartoum Government.
I'm Talib H.TiaAli from Nuba Mountains, and I had been in America for almost ten years from 21 December 1999 to 20 Janauary 2010 and I left the States voluntary after applying for refuge in there but my application was rejected and I was denied as a refugee because the judge said I suport SPLM/A, and I'm in the liberated areas of SPLM/A in the Nuba Mountains now.
I have a question for the Embassy which I need it to be taken seriously. Now days there are some Nuba Americans who came to America as refugees sitting with the government of Sudan in Khartoum who humiliated them and drove them out of the country. They are selling us out to the same government whom they told you before it humiliated them, how can this be expressed? And are they really deserved that refuge while those who really asked for it were denied that? Nuba people now are asking this question, why the wrong people get that chance while the genuine ones are not getting it? The same people came in 2012 from America to Khartoum sitting by the side of the government that shelling us day and night, cursing and humiliating us those who took arms to defend ourselves from this murderous ISIS raising government, the same government who forced them to flee this country to the States as refugees.There names as known is Sudan: Azrag Zakariah, Amin Fileen, Mohamed Abu Anga and Salah Barakat.They are now Americans and they have no any right to talk on behalf of us because we know what we need and they are better stay away from us if they want to stay by the government side, the same govrnment who force them to flee Sudan and you know what that means to you.
Best regards and I wish you all the best to support the weak and the opprest.

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