News & Events

Statement by U.S. Ambassador Peter F. Mulrean Upon the Arrival of the First Airlift Flight Of Relief Materials for the Victims of Hurricane Matthew

I am honored to be here with Provisional President Privert for the arrival of the first shipments of humanitarian relief supplies from the United States.  What you see behind us is one of five 747 cargo plane deliveries of more than 480 metric tons of supplies to help an estimated 100,000 people. I accompanied Provisional ...
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All non-immigrant and immigrant visa applicants who missed their appointments during the U.S. Embassy closure have been rescheduled

All non-immigrant and immigrant visa applicants who missed their appointments during the U.S. Embassy closure have been rescheduled. We are reaching out to all applicants over email or SMS text message to inform you of your new appointment date. Please check your email, spam filter, and phone messages. Should you need to reach us or ...
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Attention all U.S. Citizens in Haiti, it’s time to vote!

The U.S. Embassy is hosting a voter registration drive Tuesday, Oct. 11th from 4PM to 7PM at La Fouchet Restaurant in the Executive Villas compound. Come drop off your completed ballot for free mail delivery to the States or come get all the forms you need to vote! Staff will be available on-site to assist. Address: La ...
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Security Message for U.S. Citizens: Travel Update Following Hurricane Matthew

This message is to alert U.S. citizens of the risks of travel in Haiti along the southern peninsula – commonly referred to as the “southern claw.” U.S. citizens are advised not to travel to the area for the time being. While it is difficult at this time to know exact conditions in the southern peninsula ...
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