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The Embassy of the United States of America invites you to a U.S. Citizen Town Hall meeting April 20, 2012

11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

at the Blue Water Grill at Sunbreeze Hotel in San Pedro Town

At the meeting, Embassy staff who provide assistance to U.S citizens in
Belize will be introduced, discuss what public services the U.S. Embassy
offers, hurricane preparedness, 2012 absentee ballot voting, and answer
your general questions about our services.

Limited consular services will be offered - accepting adult U.S.
passport renewal applications and providing U.S. notary services.

Documents required for:

U.S. passport renewal: Current or recently expired U.S. passport,
completed U.S. passport application form DS-82, one full facial view
passport photograph (2"x 2") on a white or off-white background, exact
fee of BZ$220.00 or US$110.00.

U.S. notary services: Fee of BZ$100.00 or US$50.00 for each notary
signature.

RSVP: [email protected]

Lunch available for purchase

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$50 for a notary stamp??? Holy moly!!!!


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Just use a justice of the peace,a senior one, who has the stamp they charge very little ,instead of a notary ,it's basically the same thing

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A local JP or Senior JP signature is not recognized on some US documents so you are required to use a US Notary. The Belize Notaries also charge $100 Bz for stamps. JP's do not charge for their services.

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Thats nuts ! My bank does it gratis.

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And $110 for passport? Times really are tough for our poor embassies!!

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been that rate for abit now.....non-expedited processing!


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reminder.... coming up....

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Getting extra pages sewn in your passport used to be free. Last time I did it in Thailand they charged me $75.- $80. I'm not going to the meeting for fear of being violated.

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It really is a shocker that they are not charging money to attend to the meeting. They'll get it from you one way or another, that's a guarantee.

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