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United States Embassy          Guatemala City, Guatemala

Consular Section

Consular Notices

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Recent Crime Incidents Involving Foreigners

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American Citizen Services

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United States Visas United States Visas

Non-Immigrant / Tourist Visas

Immigrant Visas

U.S. Diversity Immigrant Visa Program for 2005

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The Consular Section is committed to the protection of U.S. citizens at home and abroad. We protect U.S. borders by facilitating travel for legitimate visa applicants while screening out persons who might do us harm or are otherwise ineligible for a visa under U.S. immigration laws. We ensure the safety and welfare of U.S. citizens living or traveling overseas by providing both routine and emergency services. At all times, we strive to provide quality service consistent with U.S. laws and regulations.

The Consular Section is open from 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Friday (except on U.S. and Guatemalan holidays).

The Non-Immigrant Visa Unit will be closed to the public all day Friday. The American Citizen Services Unit will be closed to the public on the second and last Friday of each month. In case of emergency on those days, American citizens may call 331-1541 for assistance.

The Embassy phone number is (502) 331-1541. The Consular Section Fax number is (502) 331-0564. Telephone extensions for the different units of the section are found under their pages.

General information on Consular Services and Visas (including Consular Information Sheets for all countries, basic information on visas, and consular publications) maybe found on the Bureau of Consular Affairs home page. In addition, the Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services home page contains information on U.S. immigration laws.

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