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American flag Embassy of the USA in Brasilia

AddressSES - Av. das Nações
Quadra 801, Lote 03
70403-900 - Brasília, DF
Brazil
Phonelocal: (061) 3312.7000
international: +55.61.3312.7000
Faxlocal: (061) 3312.7676
international: +55.61.3312.7676
Web sitehttp://brasilia.usembassy.gov/

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LOUIS DICKSON
Sun, 17 Aug 2014 23:30 EDT
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Cesar Augusto Cirota
Thu, 10 Jul 2014 16:00 EDT
American Passport
I am american cityzen, I am living in Brazil since 1997, and my passport expired, how can I have a new one,because I am thinking of going back to USA;

I am living in North of Brazil, and is to far way from the Capital, is possible to make the passport by distance?
Beverly
Thu, 5 Jun 2014 11:24 EDT
Need help!!
Need some much needed information on marrying in Brasilia Brazil,my fiancee is from Ghana currently living and working in Brazil,he's been their since November 2013,and i'm from the states living in Phoenix Arizona,is it possible for us to marry their?what would we have to do?...email,sassybigbee67@gmail.com,thank you!
albert heguy
Tue, 3 Jun 2014 16:36 EDT
nicole heguy
I married a woman from brasil 15 yrs ago to give my child a father.she left with my daughter to brasil when she was very young.this woman refused to send my daughter for visits. I whent once to brasil when she was 6 my new wife and i contacted the embassy, they located her. Took photos and i was able to see nicole. The whole time she has order me to pay her lots of money,.but would not let me see my child. Now shes 16. To all americans do not marry brasilenos bad news! She now went to court in beasil and took guarduanship.evil woman...
chelsea Snyder
Wed, 26 Mar 2014 14:29 EDT
my daughter desperately wants to meet her father
My daughters father lives in Brazil Joao teixeira he hasn't been able to meet his daughter yet due to the fact he was deportated when I was five months pregnant with her so he could not sign paternity now that I will be having him sign and he will have her birth certificate what is the next step to take so he is able to come back to utica NY and meet his six year old daughter? ???
Carla
Thu, 23 Jan 2014 12:46 EST
Looking for a US Marine
I need the last name of a US Marine named Jerry who was stationed at the American Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil during the time frame of 1976 - 1977. I would very much appreciate any information you may be able to provide. He was a very good friend and I'd like to get in touch with him. Thanks so much.
Maria Neto
Sat, 28 Dec 2013 04:36 EST
invitation from American Museum locatd in MIami USA
I am Brazilian artist, painter, sculptor and jewelry designer, I am living in Brazil and I received one invitation from american museum located in Miami, USA to do na exhibiti in Dubai. I am vey happy with this invitation but I need to take a special VISA for this event. PLese I live in Juiz de Fora MG no Consulate here and I had VISA for more then 39 years, now I have 65 and he last time in USA they told me I have to ahve a Nwee VISA for to do arts events in USA What kind of ViSA Can take in Brasiia in the Embassy because in Rio they don´t explain me what kidn of visa I need Sincerely, Ferrazzy
Mohammad Iqbal hossain
Tue, 3 Dec 2013 22:03 EST
want a visit visa
Hi, Hope you will give attention on my writing. I am bangladeshi living in Brazil with the plitical assylum.In brazil I have not permanent residency but have particular document like short time protocol. I wanted to study in Brazil but did not get any university where have sufficent facility for stranger. so that I decided to go USA. Can you please guide me about how can I apply for a visa with such situation. please you can email me on raseliqbal26@gmail.com
Euclides mejia
Thu, 26 Sep 2013 12:46 EDT
RETIREMENT
My name is Euclides Mejia, I've worked all my live in the USA, now I'm Back to Brazil. I was informed by the INSS that In the month of my 62 years old Birthday(october 2013) I can start my retirement procedures. I would like to know whom should I contact in the embassy or whom should I call. My cell number (61)8652-8601 or my e-mail address: emglobalvilla@gmail.com. Looking forward to hear from you. SincerelY. Euclides MEJIA
joseph mardoche
Sat, 11 May 2013 14:23 EDT
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Dear embassy,I thank you for this service of corparation that you accomplished for the haitian people.I'm a terminal encourage and that keep on my study.I'm a titular of a baccalaureat so I wish got an helpsponsor to find my part.the capacity of my parents not respond of my problems.In that fact,I thought to contact you my Dear embassy so that you can respond of my proposition as possible as.Receive my Dear embassy my sincerly.[Joseph Mardoche]My email adress is:josephmardochee104@yahoo.com/Facebook and My cellphone is (509)36947378/ (509)36061292

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