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Public notice, Request for Quotation

The Embassy of the United States of America, Paramaribo is seeking a contractor or firm to perform the following services: Resysta decking restoration Pool Restoration Work at the US Embassy Paramaribo Pool Restoration Work at the DCMR residence Back Patio Floor Restoration Roof Restoration work Purchase two Vehicles Important notice: All offerors and quoters are required to be registered in SAM, www.sam.gov at the time an offer or quotation is submitted to comply with the annual representations and certifications requirements. Late quotations will ...
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U.S. Government Cooperation with Suriname July 2021 – June 2022

On the occasion of U.S. Independence Day, the U.S. Embassy offers a brief review of U.S. assistance in cooperation with Suriname in the last year.  These collaborative activities fall within the framework laid out in the first U.S.-Suriname Bilateral Dialogues, held on July 3, 2021 and reaffirmed in the second Bilateral Dialogue on May 20, ...
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Ambassador Karen L. Williams’ July 4th Remarks (as prepared)

Your Excellency President Chandrikapersad Santokhi and First Lady Mellisa Santokhi- Seenacherry, distinguished ministers and officials of the Republic of Suriname; Members of the National Assembly; fellow ambassadors and members of the Diplomatic Corps; distinguished guests, friends and colleagues: Good evening and welcome to this celebration of the 246th anniversary of U.S. independence. I am so ...
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U.S. Embassy Paramaribo Visa Interview Wait Times Among Lowest in World

U.S. Embassy Paramaribo is pleased to announce that due to diligent efforts by staff since last September, that the large backlog of visa interview requests due to the COVID-19 pandemic, has been essentially eliminated. “Through the hard work of our staff, we are able to maintain a roughly two-week wait time for visa appointments overall, ...
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Message to U.S. Citizens: U.S. Embassy Paramaribo

Location: Suriname and French Guiana Event: End of Use of Certain Expired U.S. Passports for the Direct Return of U.S. Citizens to the United States. You will not be permitted to use your expired U.S. passport to return to the United States after June 30, 2022.  If your passport has expired, please contact your nearest U.S. Embassy ...
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