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  • MWF for Young African Leaders  Seychellois Finalists 2016

    MWF for Young African Leaders Seychellois Finalists 2016

    April 13, 2016 : NCIS Agent Jennifer Cartaino announced the 2016 Mandela Washington Fellows – Mervin Pool, Aaron Bonnelame, Fabianna Bonne, Karine Rassool, and Vanessa Telemaque this afternoom at Augerine Restaurant in Beau Vallon.

  • Seychellois Journalists Trained in Investigative Journalism

    Seychellois Journalists Trained in Investigative Journalism

    April 11-14, 2016: Ten Seychellois journalists were trained by international journalist Eduardo Cue in "Investigative Journalism" during two two-days workshops. An initiative of the embassy in collaboration with the Association of Media Practitioners Seychelles (AMPS).

  • Ambassador Villarosa Discussing Civil Rights.

    Students Discuss About Civil Rights

    February 5, 2015: Ambassador Shari Villarosa met with Seychellois students, activists and members of the police force at the American Corner Seychelles to discuss civil rights and the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King.

  • Ambassador Villarosa giving remarks at American Corner opening.

    First American Corner Opens in Seychelles

    Oct. 7, 2014: Ambassador Shari Villarosa opened the new American Corner in the presence of Professor Dennis Hardy and other guests. The American Corner is located at the University of Seychelles in Anse Royale. Books and periodicals are available for free to the general public.

  • Young African Leaders speaking.

    Welcome Back Reception for Young African Leaders

    Oct. 7, 2014: Ambassador Shari Villarosa welcomed back Sheryl Vengadasamy, Fatoumada Sylla and Christopher Lespoir, who represented Seychelles at the 2014 Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders in the U.S. She also announced the opening of the 2015 Mandela Washington Fellowship.

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    Security Message: Ebola Travel Ban

    The U.S. Embassy in Mauritius would like to call your attention to travel restrictions in place for Mauritius and Seychelles concerning the Ebola virus. If you would like information about the disease, please visit the website of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention  here »

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    U.S. Ambassador's Special Self-Help Program - Invitation to submit proposal

    The Embassy of the United States in Port Louis has the pleasure to invite proposals from non-governmental organizations, schools, community groups, health and environmental associations and others for the Ambassador’s Special Self Help Program in Mauritius and Seychelles. The U.S. Ambassador’s Special Self-Help Program is a grassroots assistance program that responds to requests for financial assistance from small community-based projects that are initiated and administered at the local level.   Click here for the application form »

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    Alumni, the Embassy wants to connect with YOU!

    Have you participated in a U.S.-Government funded exchange or education program locally or in the United States? Have you studied in an American University? If so, the Embassy of the United States of America wants to connect with YOU! It does not matter if it was a year or 15 years (or more) ago! Download the Alumni Registration Form and follow the instructions. Please share the information if you know someone who is eligible. For questions, email US:portlouispas@gmail.com. Download the Alumni Registration Form  here »

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    Fraudulent U.S. Visa Businesses on the Rise

    Port Louis, May 28, 2014: Several companies in Mauritius and online claim to offer U.S. visa “expediting” services, often promising to assist with the issuance of U.S. visas for a hefty fee. The United States Embassy in Port Louis wishes to advise all visa applicants that these claims are false. U.S. visas fees can only be paid to the consular cashier at the U.S. Embassy in Port Louis at the time of the visa interview, and are only accepted in cash (U.S. dollars or Mauritian rupees). No other fees are required, and any other payment visa applicants makes to any entity outside of this official process has no bearing on their visa applications or interviews. For any questions or clarification, please contact the U.S. consular team by e-mail at PTLConsular@state.gov.  

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  • U.S. Consular Agency Victoria, Seychelles
    U.S. Consular Agency Victoria, Seychelles

    For American Citizen Services, please contact the U.S. Consular Agency in Victoria, Mahé, via email at usconsular@seychelles.net or on (248) 422 52 56 on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 8:30 to 12:30.

     

Holiday Closure

  • Memorial Day
    Monday May 30, 2016

    The U.S. Embassy will be closed on that day. For other holidays observed, please consult the full holiday listing.

     

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