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Ghana honorary consul to start issuing visas

The Honorary Consul for Ghana in Bermuda, Ronita Teye-Botchway, has announced that the consulate is issuing visas for travel to the West African country.

The application process is online via the Consulate’s website, where applicants can upload documents including a digital passport picture.

Payments for visas will be directed to the office’s account at Butterfield Bank.

Once approved, applicants will receive an appointment at the Consulate’s office on Front Street in Hamilton to bring their passport for the visa to be issued.

In-person visits to the Consulate are by appointment only.

Queries can be sent through the Consulate’s website or by calling 621-4242.

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Published July 07, 2022 at 7:49 am (Updated July 07, 2022 at 7:49 am)

Ghana honorary consul to start issuing visas

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