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The Embassy of the United States of America in Belize
invites you to a U.S. citizen town hall meeting
Date: Thursday, May 11, 2017
Place: Blue Water Grill, Sunbreeze Hotel
San Pedro Town
Time: 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

At the meeting, we will introduce staff from the Embassy who provide assistance to U.S. citizens in Belize, discuss the services the U.S. Embassy provides, and answer questions you may have about our services. Topics include: security in Belize, hurricane preparedness, and information on renewing your passport via DHL.

Limited consular public services will be offered (cash; exact change required):

Adult U.S. passport renewal - BZ$220 or US$110

Please bring current U.S. passport, completed form DS-82, 2"x2" passport photo, clear copy of passport biographic data page

Child U.S. passport renewal - BZ$210 or US$105

Please bring current U.S. passport, completed form DS-11, 2"x2" passport photo, clear copy of passport biographic data page, birth certificate + 1 photocopy, each parent's ID + 1 photocopy. BOTH parents must be present if listed on birth certificate. Fee for first adult renewal after age 16 is BZ$270 or US$135.

Notary services - BZ$100 or US$50 (Per seal)

RSVP to: [email protected]

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US Embassy hosts Town Hall meeting for citizens in San Pedro Town

Consular Section Chief Yomaris MacDonald welcomed guests, and spoke about the Embassy's Consulate Section. In order to stay informed and alerted, she encouraged all US nationals to sign up for the Smart Traveler Employer Program (STEP). It is a free service geared towards those traveling abroad to enroll their trip with the nearest US Embassy or Consulate. Once registered, you'll receive important information from the Embassy about safety conditions in your destination country, help assist the Embassy to contact you in an emergency or relatives and/or friend during a natural disaster, civil unrest, or family emergency.

Acting Deputy Chief of Mission J. Nathan Bland explained that the Embassy's main goals in any country are to: improve US citizen security, develop economic prosperity, and to strengthen a strong and open democratic government. He said that the Embassy recently endorsed a morgue for San Pedro Town. He also explained that the Embassy is capacity building in Belize by having police officers trained in the Gang Resistant Education Awareness Training (GREAT) program, and providing donations to non-profit organizations.

Click here to read the rest of the article in the San Pedro Sun

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