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  • Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebrated

    Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebrated

    January 21, 2015: Ambassador Shari Villarosa joins with students of Notre Dame de Lourdes, RCA, in Rose Hill, to celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The event was organized by the Nelson Mandela Center for African Culture and Mr. Alain Jeannot.

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    EducationUSA Attracts Numerous Visitors

    November 29 and 30, 2014: Embassy advisors were on hand to encourage students to study in the U.S. during an education fair at the Labourdonnais Hotel. Students and parents got information on university requirements for admission, financial aid and further advising opportunities at the U.S. Embassy.

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    EducationUSA: Explore Your Options

    November 18, 2014: Students and parents were invited to view "EducationUSA: Explore Your Options", a webchat which gave an insight on studies in the U.S. Yale University alumna Karen Yvon also participated and shared her experiences with the audience.

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    Ambassador Listens to Youth on Elections

    November 13, 2014: Ambassador Villarosa hosted an interactive dialogue with youth from different organizations on the topic of elections at the American Corner in Curepipe. The participants shared their opinions on the local elections process and discussed important issues that youth are facing.

  • Inauguration of Daniel Pearl Corner at Anoska

    Inauguration of Daniel Pearl Corner at Anoska

    October 21: Ambassador Villarosa inaugurates the Daniel Pearl Corner at Anoska. This project is an initiative of the Port Louis – USA Alumni Association in collaboration with the residents of Anoska Village to create an area where the community can meet, do research, engage in discussions and undergo training.


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    For Sale at Sealed Bid

    2009 Ford Ranger 4 x 4 Double Cab (2499 cc) ‘AS IS’ condition; Viewing at Rogers House parking lot 09:00-15:00 hrs from January 26- 29, 2015 & 09:00-12:00 hrs on January 30, 2015. Submit bid to the American Embassy, Attention Contracting Officer, 4th Floor, Rogers House, Port Louis no later than 16:00 hours Monday February 2, 2015.No customs duty remaining. Bid form available on the 4th Floor, Rogers House, or   here »

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    U.S. Embassy Vacancy : Local Guard Commander/Residential Security Coordinator

    The U.S. Embassy is looking for a full-time (45 hours per week) Local Guard Commander/Residential Security Coordinator who will directly supervise and coordinate the activities of the guard force. Candidates must hold at least a High School Certificate (H.S.C); have ten years of experience in security work with the military, police, or a private or U.S Government organization, and have six years of supervisory experience. Must be fluent in English and Creole. Incumbent must be computer literate and hold a valid driver’s license. Interested candidates must send their applications with copies of applicable certificates to the Human Resources Office, 4th floor, Rogers House, Port Louis. Applications must arrive no later than close of business Friday, January 30, 2015. 

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    Security Message: Ebola Travel Ban

    The U.S. Embassy in Mauritius would like to call your attention to travel restrictions in place for Mauritius and Seychelles concerning the Ebola virus. If you would like information about the disease, please visit the website of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention   here »

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    Alumni, the Embassy wants to connect with YOU!

    Have you participated in a U.S.-Government funded exchange or education program locally or in the United States? Have you studied in an American University? If so, the Embassy of the United States of America wants to connect with YOU! It does not matter if it was a year or 15 years (or more) ago! Download the Alumni Registration Form and follow the instructions. Please share the information if you know someone who is eligible. For questions, email Download the Alumni Registration Form  here »

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    Fraudulent U.S. Visa Businesses on the Rise

    Port Louis, May 28, 2014: Several companies in Mauritius and online claim to offer U.S. visa “expediting” services, often promising to assist with the issuance of U.S. visas for a hefty fee. The United States Embassy in Port Louis wishes to advise all visa applicants that these claims are false. U.S. visas fees can only be paid to the consular cashier at the U.S. Embassy in Port Louis at the time of the visa interview, and are only accepted in cash (U.S. dollars or Mauritian rupees). No other fees are required, and any other payment visa applicants makes to any entity outside of this official process has no bearing on their visa applications or interviews. For any questions or clarification, please contact the U.S. consular team by e-mail at  

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    The redesigned $100 note: Easy to use, hard to counterfeit

    The redesigned $100 note will be issued on October 8, 2013. It will begin circulating across the US and around the world in the weeks and months that follow. It is not necessary to trade in your older-design notes for new ones. This $100 note was redesigned to protect your money by staying ahead of counterfeiters. More than a decade of research went into the redesigned note’s security features. The redesigned $100 notes are easy to authenticate. Over than the watermark, look for two new security features: a 3D security ribbon and the bell in the Inkwell. For more information, click  here »

  • It gets better project
    It gets better project

    The mission of the It Gets Better Project is to communicate to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) youth around the world that it gets better, and to create and inspire the changes needed to make it better for them.  For more information »



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Holiday Closure

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    Tuesday, February 3, 2015

    The U.S. Embassy will be closed on these days. For other holidays observed, please consult the full holiday listing.


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    Strategic Moves: Using Smart Sanctions in the 21st Century

    August 2014 - The U.S. uses sanctions to alter the behavior of bad actors and tries to minimize any harm to general populations. Learn how sanctions work. Plus international entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley, winning female coaches and what it means to be cool. In all 50 states, Americans, naturalized citizens, and tourists alike celebrate the 238th year of U.S. independence. Plus, where teens are spending their summers, why the health of our oceans affects our planet and how you may one day get to be a tourist in space. 

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