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Ecuadorian flag Consulate-General of Ecuador in Minneapolis

AddressNew York Plaza, Suite 200
1304 East Lake Street
Minneapolis, MN 55407
USA
Phonelocal: (612) 721.6468
international: +1.612.721.6468
Faxlocal: (612) 721.6484
international: +1.612.721.6484
Emailcecuminnesota@mmrree.gov.ec

Comments on this Consulate-General

John M Evans
Sun, 29 Jan 2017 16:27 EST
Falta comunicacion....
Buenas tardes. Estimado equipo, les debo decir que no funciona bien su email. Ademas, es casi imposible hablar con algien en su oficina. Que pasa? Vamos a viajar a Quito jueves que viene por 12 dias, viajaremos sin obtener ninguna repuesta por Uds. No quieren ayudar gente estadounidense par nada? Lastima. Ate, John
Hassan Fadul
Mon, 24 Aug 2015 13:28 EDT
Living in Ecuador
Hi
First,your emails are not working.I tried emailing couple of your consulates and i kept getting messsges that the email is not right. Hi Sir/Madam,
I am a citizen of Sudan considering moving to live in Ecuador. Would it easy for me to get residency there or become a citizen later and what are the requirements. Also, would be able to have a business there and buy property.

Best regards,

Thanks
Holly Ernst
Tue, 13 Nov 2012 18:50 EST
Please help me visit your beautiful country!
Hello,

I'm writing because I'm very confused about how to get into your country. I booked a one-way flight to Quito but afterwards learned that I must have a RT ticket or I won't even be allowed to get on a plane. The reason I booked one-way was because I wasn't sure where I was going afterwards. I've had several ideas in mind but have wanted to take time pondering my decision.

One person I know is knowledgeable about touring Ecuador, but when she writes me there are still many "if's" and "maybe's" in her emails. She went to your country on a tourist visa plus a one-way ticket. She suggested to me that I should get a visa myself. That's fine, but she also said that the ticket taker may have not looked at her airline reservation carefully as she was boarding the plane (or he didn't care). Despite her good intentions, none of what she's told me answers my questions definitively. So what do I do? I know I cannot spend more than three months in your country if I don't have a visa.

Let me be a bit more specific in my questions:

1. If I get a tourist visa, can I keep my one-way ticket? Or do I need a RT ticket in addition to the visa?

2. What do I need to do to get a visa? Is it difficult? Some people tell me that it is. Why?

Thank you for your prompt response. My plane is scheduled to leave on December 13.

Holly K. Ernst
Sara Flores
Tue, 3 Jul 2012 22:24 EDT
Visas religiosas para misionera Estado Unidence
Por favor si me pueden enviar datos sobre el proceso de tramitar una visa religionasa para una joven estadounidence que viajara a Ecuador para trabajar como misionera voluntaria por cerca de un año.

Ella vive en Indiana. Cual es consulado que debe utilizar? Debe tramitar su visa religiosa antes de viajar a Ecuador, o lo puede hacer cuando ya se encuentre en Ecuador?

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