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.ALSO: Story
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.ALSO: Story
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.ALSO: Story
Ambassador and Junior Chefs
Ambassador Amy Hyatt congratulates Junior Chef team for preparing the winning meal, focused on healthy, locally-sourced foods
on Guam regarding increasing Illegal, Unregulated and Unreported (IUU) fishing in the Micronesian States of the Federated States of Micronesia (FSM) and the Republic of Palau (ROP). Participants included the U.S. Department of State, American Embassy Kolonia, American Embassy Koror, U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. military, Australian Embassy for Micronesian Region and delegations of FSM and ROP.
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 endeavor 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. 2900.
Please note the Consular Section is closed for U.S. and Palauan holidays.
The U.S. Government, through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), launched two new projects that will help make communities in Micronesia and Palau more prepared to address the impacts of climate change. Through its Pacific-American Climate Fund (PACAM), USAID awarded a total of US $492,810 in grants to the Palau Conservation Society (PCS) and Hatohobei Organization for People and Environment (HOPE).