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Consulate Address

Consulate General of Pakistan
12 East 65 Street,
New York, NY 10065
Phone: 212-879-5800
Fax No: 212-517-6987
info@pakistanconsulateny.org

 

Jurisdiction of the Consulate

New York, New Jersey, Rhode Island, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Kentucky, Vermont, Connecticut, Delaware, Wymong.

 

Office timings

  • Receiving Documents
  • Monday to Thursday: 9:00-1:00
    Friday: 9:00-12:30
  • Documents Pickup
  • Monday to Friday: 16:00-17:00
 
 

Consul General


Consul General

RAJA ALI EJAZ
Consul General


 

Curriculum Vitate

Raja Ali Ejaz

Consul General of Pakistan, New York

 

Raja Ali Ejaz, a career diplomat, assumed responsibilities as Consul General of Pakistan in New York on 21st January, 2014.


Prior to his appointment as Consul General of Pakistan, he served in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Islamabad as Director General (United Nations) from January 2013 to January 2014.  He has earlier held the appointments of Director in the Office of Minister of State for Foreign Affairs (2004-2006), Desk Officer for India (1996-1998) and Desk Officer for South East Asia & Pacific (1991-1992) in the Ministry.

 

He has also served at various overseas assignments at the Embassy of Pakistan in Kabul (1992-1996), High Commission for Pakistan in London (1998-2001), Embassy of Pakistan in Bucharest (2001-2004) and Embassy of Pakistan in Mexico (2006-2012)

 

Raja Ali Ejaz commenced his service career in the Pakistan Navy in 1980 as officer cadet. He took Commission in the Operations Branch of Pakistan Navy in 1983 and remained in active service for 7 years.  He attended Civil Service Academy in Lahore from 1990-1991, before joining the Foreign Service of Pakistan.


Consul General Raja Ali Ejaz, born in Karachi in 1961, is married to Ayesha and has four children.

 

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