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The Consulate General of Canada in Denver opened in October 2004 as part of the Government of Canada's continuing efforts to increase its presence in the United States and to expand bilateral trade and economic relations.
Kerala also hosts the consulates of Russia, Sri Lanka and Maldives.
Police officers, with arms folded, stood guard outside the consulate entrance.
Presently, visa seekers of Haj and Umrah visit the consulate and apply for a visa, but under the changed procedure, the courier staff will collect the visa applications.
The Sudanese, an employee of the US Consulate, was summoned by the police, and after investigations it was found that he posed no threat to the consulate.
Since city and county agencies began accepting the cards in 2002, the consulate has issued more than 330,000 cards to people throughout the county.
After a successful introduction to BioWest in 2005, the Consulate returns this year with an increased presence in order to continue facilitating commercial partnerships between Colorado life science organizations and Canada's biotech service providers.
One of the protestors, Abdul Rahim, told Pajhwok Afghan News it was their fourth consecutive day visiting the consulate to obtain visas, but in vain.
Saturday to Thursday at the first floor of the consulate building.
Even after the message, many Indians turned up at the consulate in the evening to pay homage to the deceased girl.
The American Consulate destroyed on April 5th in terrorism attack is not being established on permanent base because the Consulate would be shifted to diplomatic enclave.
But the consulate, operated by the executive branch of the Mexican government, questioned whether the congressional office could operate without approval from its own foreign ministry.

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