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  • PACTour Visits Marine Law Facility.

    PACTour Visits Marine Law Facility.

    The United States is pleased to partner with the Republic of Palau to protect its waters from illegal activities including Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated (IUU) Fishing.

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  • Promoting Healthy Food Choices

    Promoting Healthy Food Choices

    PACTour delegation pose for a photo with 4th grade gardeners from Koror Elementary during a visit to the school. Great to learn about the school's garden project in promoting healthy food choices.

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  • PACTour Visits Palau

    PACTour Visits Palau

    Assistant Secretary for East Asia and Pacific Affairs Daniel Russel and PACTour delegation is warmly welcomed by Minister Billy Kuartei and Ambassador Hyatt upon arrival to Palau on February 24.

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  • Repatriation Ceremony

    Repatriation Ceremony

    On May 2, the Ambassador, MCAA Director Miko, Governors of Koror and Aimeliik, DPAA, and CAT team participated in a Repatriation Ceremony for U.S. WWII service member remains. The Ambassador thanked Palau for keeping lost service members close in their hearts for 70 years until they could be escorted home.

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    2015 Palau School Graduates

    The U.S. Embassy congratulates all of the 2015 school graduates and their family members.

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APPOINTMENTS REQUIRED FOR CONSULAR SERVICES

American Citizen Services (ACS) and Non-Immigrant Visa (NIV) application processing are available by appointment only.  We are no longer able to offer walk-in hours. 

As always, we enndeavor to provide all visitors to the Consular Section with efficient, courteous, and prompt service. You may reach the U.S. Embassy Consular Section at (680) 587-2920 ext. 124. 

Please note the Consular Section is closed for U.S. and Palauan holidays.

Thank you.

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  • Change of Charge Ceremony for USAF CAT 36-01
    Change of Charge Ceremony for USAF CAT 36-01

    August 8, 2014, USAF CAT 36-01 bid farewell to friends and well wishers during a Change of Charge Ceremony. CAT 36-01 completed several construction projects, performed community medical outreach visits and community services. In addition, CAT 36-01 presented completion certificate to Eileen Edeyaoch, Chance Olkeriil and Maria Simer for completing the Apprenticeship Program. 

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    Transfer of WWII soldiers remains

    On June 6, 2014 U.S. Embassy and MCCA transferred to the U.S. Joint POW/MIA Accountability Command (JPAC) human remains believed to be those of WWII soldiers. At a solemn ceremony at the Belau National Museum, Minister Temengil and U.S. Charge' d' Affaires Tom Daley remarked on the cooperation between Palau and JPAC.   »

  • Charge' Daley presents Grant to PCS
    Charge' Daley presents Grant to PCS

    The Embassy of the United States in Palau is pleased to announce a $25,000.00 grant to Palau Conservation Society (PCS) to monitor the moratorium on harvesting of hawksbill sea turtles. PCS will use the grant to monitor hawksbill sea turtle nesting in the Rock Islands to provide data for consideration of an extension to the current moratorium, which ends in December 2015.   »