Notice about routine services at the U.S. Embassy Quito on October 9, 2019

On Wednesday, October 9, Embassy Quito and Consulate Guayaquil will be closed for all visa and routine U.S. citizen services. The Embassy and Consulate Consular Sections will be open for emergency U.S. citizen services only. If you had a visa appointment for October 9, please check your email for instructions on how to reschedule.

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Notice about routine services at the U.S. Embassy Quito on October 4, 2019

On Friday, October 4, Embassy Quito will be closed for all visa and routine U.S. citizen services. The Consular Section will be open for emergency U.S. citizen services only. If you had a visa appointment for October 4 please check your email for instructions on how to reschedule.

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Notice of Funding Opportunity

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE U.S. EMBASSY QUITO PUBLIC AFFAIRS SECTION Notice of Funding Opportunity Funding Opportunity Title:  South American Regional Tech Camp: Tech Tools for media and civil society to fight corruption Funding Opportunity Number:  PAS-SEC-FY19-01 Date Opened: May 20, 2019 Deadline for Applications: June 20, 2019 CFDA Number:  19.040 – Public Diplomacy Programs Maximum for …

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Emergency Message for U.S. Citizens: Bomb Threat at the Unidad de Transparencia y Lucha Contra la Corrupcion

The U.S. Embassy has learned of a confirmed bomb threat at the “Unidad de Transparencia y Lucha Contra la Corrupcion” located at Patria Avenue and 9 de Octubre, two blocks west of the Hilton Colon hotel in Quito.  All U.S. citizens are advised to stay away from the area for the remainder of the day. …

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Expat Information Fair in Cuenca

October 18, 2017   The U.S. Consulate General in Guayaquil is pleased to announce that it will take part in an informational fair designed for foreign residents in Cuenca on October 18, 2017. The External Relations Office of the Municipality of Cuenca will be hosting an information fair for the expat community.  The fair’s aim …

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Hurricane Matthew: Information for U.S. Citizens

Hurricane Matthew, categorized by the National Hurricane Center as a major hurricane with sustained winds of over 110 mph, has passed directly over or near Cuba, Haiti, and The Bahamas. Further information about Hurricane Matthew is available from the  National Hurricane Center . The Bahamas:  The U.S. Embassy in Nassau is closed Wednesday, October 5, through Friday, October 7.  However, the embassy …

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