U.S. Consulate General, Merida Press Release
The Consular Section of the U.S. Consulate will be holding an American Citizen Town Hall meeting at Progreso on October 7, 2015, from 2:00 PM to 4:00 pm at Flamingos Restaurant on the malecon in Progreso. All U.S. Citizens residing in Progreso, Chelem, Chuburna, Chicxulub in Yucatan are invited to participate.
Representatives from the Consular Section will be available to assist U.S. citizens with information about American Citizens Services (ACS).
Topics to be covered at the Town Hall will include:
- Q&A with New Consul General David Mico
- The role of the U.S. Consulate in emergency situations
- The Consulate’s warden system, and planned improvements to ensure Embassy communication with you in emergency situations
- Voting in the 2016 general elections, including how to vote from overseas;
- Informal Chat with Consular Officers
We encourage you to spread the word to those who may be interested in attending.
We look forward to welcoming you for our town hall meeting on October 7!
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