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  • Ambassador's Fund for Cultural Preservation

    Ambassador's Fund for Cultural Preservation

    September 11, 2014: Chargé d'Affaires Susan Falatko and Director of the Aapravasi Ghat Trust (AGTF) Fund Jeewan Mohit finalized a Rs 600,000 donation through the Ambassador's Fund for Cultural Preservation to the AGTF for documentation and conservation of the former quarantine station in Flat Island at a signing ceremony.

  • Young African Leaders, The Way Forward

    Young African Leaders, The Way Forward

    September 2, 2014: Ambassador Villarosa hosted members of the Young African Leaders Network, Yes You(th) Can and Pan-African Youth Leadership Program alumni. Led by the Mandela Washington Fellows, guests discussed the way forward for the emerging generation of Mauritian entrepreneurs, activists, and public officials.

  • Women in Politics Discussed

    Women in Politics Discussed

    August 26, 2014: Ambassador Shari Villarosa was at the Harper Lee Center (American Corner) this morning to talk to students about the role of women in politics, women’s representation in parliament, and women in political leadership worldwide.

  • YALI Fellows are back!

    YALI Fellows are back!

    August 21, 2014: Ambassador Shari Villarosa welcomed back six of our Mauritian participants to the Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders. The fellows shared their experiences with an audience of Young African Leaders Network (YALN) members as well as alumni of U.S. universities and training programs.

  • Uncle Sam’s Caravan Back on the Road

    Uncle Sam’s Caravan Back on the Road

    August 20, 2014: DCM Susan Falatko and Economic Officer Patrick Koucheravy were the guest readers when Uncle Sam’s Traveling Library stopped at St Léon RCA School. Earlier in the week, Ambassador Villarosa, Consul Seth Schleicher, and GSO Jonathan Wedd took the traveling library to Notre Dame de Lorette.

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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 US:portlouispas@gmail.com. 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 PTLConsular@state.gov.  

  • $100 note redesigned
    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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  • Colombus Day  
    Monday, October 13, 2014

    The U.S. Embassy will be closed on that day. 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.