Australian Embassy in Yemen 1


Australian Embassy Address, Phone number, Location, Consular assistance number, Passport information, Opening hours, Email in Yemen, Yemen

Address: Abdullah bin Hozafa Al-Sahmi Avenue
Diplomatic Quarter
Riyadh
Saudi Arabia Postal address
PO Box 94400
Riyadh

Phone: Telephone
+966 11 250 0900
Fax
+966 11 250 0902

Email: bellah_chambers1@yahoo.com

Fax:

Opening hours:

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Australia Consular services

For any emergency consular assistance, please contact DFAT’s 24-hour Consular Emergency Centre

Within Australia: 1300 555 135

Outside Australia: +61 2 6261 3305

SMS: +61 421 269 080

AUSTRALIAN PASSPORT INFORMATION SERVICE

Phone: 131 232

Opening hours:8am�9pm Monday-Friday; 8:30am�5pm Weekends; Closed national public holidays

Email: passports.australia@dfat.gov.au

Australian Passport Official Website: www.passports.gov.au

NATIONAL RELAY SERVICE

For deaf, or have a hearing impairment or speech impairment, please contact through the National Relay Service

24-HOUR RELAY CALL NUMBERS

TTY/voice calls: 133 677
Speak and Listen: 1300 555 727
SMS relay: 0423 677 767

DFAT head office in Canberra

Address R.G. Casey Building
John McEwen Crescent
Barton ACT 0221 Australia

Contact numbers

Switchboard: +61 2 6261 1111

Fax: +61 2 6261 3111

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  • Waleed Elias Safadi

    DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY
    DATE: JANUARY 7, 2019
    MY NAME IS WALEED ELIAS HABIB SAFADI
    To Whom It May Concern:
    I left Jordan and went to the United States at or near Detroit, Michigan on March 16, 1975, when I was young. All my education was in the United States. I graduated from Grosse Pointe South High School, in Grosse Pointe Farm, MI, with a grade point average of 3.7. I worked at the Barrister House Banquet Hall, in Saint Claire Shores, MI, then at Engineering Heat Treat in Madison Heights, MI. (E.H.T.) I worked as a good citizen and I paid my taxes and my Social Security number is 370-74-7471.
    During high school and the years following, I had more family problems due to the fact that my father was very strict and did not give any leeway for mistakes; he served the Jordanian army for 26 years and therefore was very strict and did not let me do anything with my life that is why I found an escape route in drugs, so I got mixed up with the wrong crowd. I started going out to nightclubs, parties and hanging around with the wrong people. I first started using marijuana, and then progressed to sniffing cocaine then to smoking crack cocaine.
    My first arrest was by the Santa Monica Police Department. I went to trial and I pleaded “no contest,” receiving a sentence of simple robbery and receiving stolen goods. It was a felony and I received a two years sentence, with half time. After getting out with two years parole, I went to San Bernardino, CA, and stayed with a friend. I used his car to go to a convenience store and got pulled over because the car license was expired and the police asked me if I was on parole I said yes and when the police searched the car, they found a gun under the seat. Even though the gun was not mine and I did not know it was there, I still received and additional one year in prison for violating my parole.
    After I got out, I still had two years parole. I transferred my parole to Michigan, stayed clean and lived with my family. Then, I started going out with friends who would encourage me to use cocaine. I relapsed and started fighting with my family again. With the help of my parole officer, I entered a Narcotics Anonymous mission for 30 days. During this time, I learned the Twelve Steps of Narcotics Anonymous. After discharge, I spent two weeks doing community service and helped at a Salvation Army mission in Michigan.
    Within a month I had relapsed, fought with my parents and moved back to Santa Monica, CA. One night, I was in a nightclub an annoyance person who had set me up with the exchanged money so; he said I sold him crack cocaine to an undercover policeman for $10.00 USD which the undercover policeman was using with me in the nightclub bathroom smoking crack cocaine. The money was marked and later I was arrested. As a result, I received a six years sentence with eighty percent (80%), with the charge of sale of controlled substance, to wit cocaine base the controlled substances was a single offense involving possession of one’s own use of lesser than 00.5 GRAM or less of crack cocaine was found with us in the bathroom . The public defender advised me to plead “no contest, While serving my sentence, I completed the following courses from the Centinela Desert Institute: 03.01.01 Orientation, 03.010.05 Vocational Program Assessment, and 03.01.11 Survey of Safety. After completing my four year imprisonment, I was put on trial at the immigration and Nationalization Service correctional facility in Phoenix, AZ, to be sent back to Jordan. There final judgment was that I be sent back to Amman Jordan on my own recongress, but I did tell the I.N.S. that I had no immediate family in Jordan.
    I returned to Amman Jordan at or near Amman on March 29, 2000 and spent to next a half of year in an entry level position at a dry cleaner. This whole time I was dropping off resumes at corporations and schools. Then, I received a call from the International School of Choueifat – Amman, for the position of Student Life organization Officer. I accepted the position and went for training in Beirut, Lebanon.
    In my role, I was the supervisor in charge of all school discipline, coordinator between the administration, officers, teachers, staff and parents. I have taught all levels of English, including preparatory students. (SLO) Student Life organization consists of the following tasks: academic AMS retakes for weak students in English, Mathematics, etc., student behavior, primary, secondary, research and development, graphics, student affairs, environment, decoration, transportation, office / data, recruitment, canteen, sports and school activities. Now, I am the head of the activity department, which is a senior level position. I have twenty two staff members who coordinate through me.
    Since my returned to Jordan I have started attending church and thinking about my family back in the Australia. I also got established financially by saving money, buying a car, house and all of its furnished. I got married without the support network of my family. We now have 5 children.
    I have now been clean for eighteen years, and I am working in a good position. I now desire to visit my immediate family in Australia and rejoin my extended family. My uncle and aunt are now elderly and I owe them an explanation for my behavior in the past. Additionally, who are all in Australia and carry citizenship and passports, and show them the man that I am today.
    I am able to show proof for the ownership of my house, car and bank statements that I set aside money for my children’s education each month. I also have letters of recommendation from the principal and the academic director of International School of Choueifat – Amman, Jordan.
    My wife and children were in U.S.A. on September 28, 2006 at my parents residence with a five year visa from Amman Jordan was issue date August 30, 2006 and expiration date August 29, 2011
    Please I am asking the Australia immigration-consulting firm to give me and my beloved family a chance to visit Australia – a land, which the United Nations has repeated ranked as “one of the best countries in the world to visit and live in”. It will be a great opportunity for me and my family to build up a wider and greater KNOWLEDGE that will equip me; with the most updated and recent weapon for success. With the help individuals from all over the world to discover an improvement in their standard of living and quality of life by expediting the immigration process and offering re-settlement services., so I can have the opportunity to enter Australia on a visa, I have my son he was born in United States and carries a United States of America Passport.

    Please Take This Matter into Consideration
    Thank-You for Your Understanding and Support