American Consul and U.S. Immigration Officials to Visit Chiriquí

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American Consul and U.S. Immigration Officials to Visit Chiriquí

Attention U.S. citizens

An American consul and officials for Citizenship and Immigration Services from the United States will be in Chiriquí to offer certain services to American citizens during the following schedule:
Monday, April 2, 2007
David, Hotel Nacional de David, from 09:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon, and
Boquete, Panamonte Inn from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Services:
1. Applications for Consular Reports of Birth Abroad.
2. Applications for U.S. passports.
3. Notarizations.
4. Registrations.
5. Voting registrations.
6. Individual assistance to citizens.
7. Petitions for permanent residence in the U.S.
8. Questions and answers on immigration issues and
policies.
No tourist visa issues will be addressed.
Services will be provided on first come first served basis.
Thank you.
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Visita de Cónsul Americano y Representantes de Inmigración a Chiriquí

Atención Ciudadanos Norteamericanos

Un cónsul de los Estados Unidos de América y representantes de inmigración de los Estados Unidos de América estarán en la Provincia de Chiriquí para brindar ciertos servicios a los ciudadanos norteamericanos durante el siguiente horario:
Lunes, 2 de abril de 2007
David, Hotel Nacional de David, de 09:00 a.m. a 12:00 mediodia y
Boquete, Panamonte Inn de 3:00 p.m. a 6:00 p.m.
Servicios:
1. Solicitudes para reportes de nacimientos.
2. Solicitudes para pasaportes.
3. Notarizaciones.
4. Registro de ciudadanos norteamericanos.
5. Registro para votar en elecciones en los Estados
6. Asistencia individual a ciudadanos.
7. Peticiones para residencia permanente en EEUU.
8. Preguntas y respuestas sobre políticas y temas de inmigración.
No estaremos procesando visas de turismo.
Se atenderá por orden de llegada.
Gracias.

11 thoughts on “American Consul and U.S. Immigration Officials to Visit Chiriquí

  1. Not sure this is the appropriate place to put this but yesterday while reading a magazine, I saw a two page spread about moving to Panama. The article or ad said some 20 US residents are living there now. I found it interesting. I read two magazines. One was the new Time with Regan and a tear and the other was Outdoor Photography and I think it was in the latter in the back.

  2. If you are “SMART” you won’t attend and don’t tell them “SQUAT” as every thing you tell the US Government will only be used against YOU!

  3. Abe – I am guessing the number you meant to write was 20,000. I haven’t seen the number, but I am sure it is higher then 20, 200, and 2000.

    SE – I attended last year and it was a worthwhile event. They are coming strictly to provide assistance. If you are not in need of anything they are going to be helping with, then don’t go. If you need pages for your passport, want to register to vote in the US or other items then they can help.

  4. If I were making money off this site, Uncle Sam could have his share.

    I hope you don’t plan on continuing your anti-American comments. I would hate to lose you as a commenter.

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