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  • Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary Feeley during the signing

    PDAS Feeley visits Panama

    The Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary from the Department of State, John Feeley, visited Panama as part of a tour around the region. He participated in events with partners from the government, civil society and media.

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  • President Obama during his address

    Obama’s Address to 69th U.N. General Assembly

    Around the globe, there are signposts of progress. The shadow of World War that existed at the founding of this institution has been lifted, and the prospect of war between major powers reduced.

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  • President Varela and Ambassador Farrar

    Presentation of the Por Mi Barrio Youth Outreach Centers

    US Ambassador Jonathan Farrar, participated in the official presentation of the Por Mi Barrio Youth Outreach Centers program to the administration of President Juan Carlos Varela

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  • Facts on U.S. Strategy to Counter ISIL

    The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) poses a clear threat to the people of Iraq and Syria, and to the broader Middle East, as well as U.S. persons, allies and interests in the region. Left unchecked, ISIL could pose a growing threat beyond the region, including to the U.S. homeland.  

  • Secretary Kerry: Threat of ISIS Demands a Global Coalition

    In a polarized region and a complicated world, the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria presents a unifying threat to a broad array of countries, including the United States. What’s needed to confront its nihilistic vision and genocidal agenda is a global coalition using political, humanitarian, economic, law enforcement and intelligence tools to support military force. 

  • Fees for Consular Services to Change on September 12, 2014

    Effective September 12, 2014, the Department of State will adjust processing fees for some services. The fees for most categories of immigrant visas will change, while fees for nonimmigrant visas largely remain the same. The fee for processing an application for Renunciation of U.S. Citizenship is increasing to reflect the true cost of providing this service.