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American flag Embassy of the USA in Bogota

AddressCalle 24 Bis No. 48-50
Bogotá, DC
Phonelocal: (01) 275.2000
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Visas & Consularlocal: (01) 275.4900
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Faxlocal: (01) 275.4600
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Fri, 9 Jan 2015 17:25 EST
How to get the New Colombian Passport if you live in Las Vegas Nevada
I have not found in the Colombian Consulate will be visiting Las Vegas in order for us to get the required new Colombian passport. Please advice, provide URLs, and other references if you know how to do this.
harold e. maenhout
Sat, 27 Dec 2014 15:46 EST
need information about my situtation should i return to usa
i am an 84 year old american citizen residing here in colombia for the past 22 years. recently i tried to commit suicide and am now in a hospice here in nieva, being treated very well. i of course I have my social security pension from usa. I would like to know what my situation would be under the USA law should I try or would like to rturn to usa. I can`t get answers to many of my questions here from either the dr who cares for me or the sych. can you give me advice as to what or how i can get answers to my quesstions?

sincerely, harold e. maenhout
Rahel ahmed
Thu, 27 Nov 2014 10:22 EST
I love colomvia
I love colombia because colombian people is honest . So i love colomvia. I want going to this country. Please give a visa.
gloria s correa
Sat, 18 Oct 2014 10:36 EDT
How to renew an American Passport in Colombia
My Mother is in Colombia she is an USA citizens but her passport will expire in 15 days, she can not come back yet because she is sick, how can she renew her passport in Colombia
Thomas Williams
Sun, 28 Sep 2014 22:38 EDT
Help me get a visa for my fiance
My fiancé applied for a non-immigrant visa and was denied because she has no income. She is unemployed. I am a U.S. citizen who is gainfully employed. I support her financially and an cover all of her travel and living expenses. Is there a way we can get her US visa.
javier londoño
Mon, 16 Jun 2014 10:29 EDT
visiting or humanitarian visa
i lived in the states as a legal resident from 1970 to 1999 ,but i had problems with the law and after serving a prison sentence i sing a voluntary deportation,i´m 58 years old and i'd been in Colombia since 1999 my family comes to visit every once in a while ,right now my father who´s 87 years old is very sick he has to use an oxigen tank at all times and i woukd like to visit him and my family i also have 4 american kids and my whole family are USA citicens, i´ll apreciate if you can let me know how can i go about applying for a visa for these purposes.thanks for all your help.
Luis Roberto Davila
Mon, 26 May 2014 09:59 EDT
Visitors visa for my wife
In Sept 26 of 2013 my wife was denied a visitors visa to the US. Reason NO INCOME. I am a US citizen retired in Colombia. I like to visit my kids in the US and take my wife along. I don't understand the problem. What can I do ? My wife stays home with me and does not work.
Mon, 12 May 2014 00:23 EDT
Looking for Spanish Tudor
I will be in Bogota 15 May - 5 June and I am searching for someone to teach me Spanish. I speak very limited, beginner Spanish and am hoping someone could come to my hotel for about 3-4 hours a day to teach/speak/converse.

Wed, 23 Apr 2014 00:42 EDT
Building entrance: Calle 24 Bis No. 48-50 Bogotá, D.C. Colombia
Mailing address: Carrera 45 No. 24B-27 Bogotá, D.C. Colombia
Embassy phone: (571) 275 2000
Embassy fax: (571) 275 4600
Consular Section phone: (571) 275 4900
Public Affairs Section fax: (571) 275 4568 Phone: (571) 275 4888
Fri, 11 Apr 2014 07:10 EDT
Refusal of a non-inmigrant visa
A non-immigrant visa was denied to a member of my family. She does not have an employment in Colombia and consequently no own resources but she is attached to her daughter and granddaughter. I thought another member of the family could be a guarantor regarding any financial support for her during the 12 days she would have stayed and attended the wedding ceremony of her brother. A letter was sent to certify my engagement and all possible documents to justify my sincere request and prove my good faith. The denial, is it because she does not have personal incomes? Thank you.

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