U.S. Embassy in Venezuela to Suspend Non-Emergency Visa Services

On Wednesday, January 23, 2019, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro announced the cessation of diplomatic ties with the United States and gave all U.S. Department of State (DOS) personnel located at the U.S. Embassy in Caracas, Venezuela, 72 hours to leave the country of...

Venezuelan immigrants in the US are affected by the lack of passports

Even from afar Venezuelans suffer daily the deterioration of their country in all aspects of life including the loss of institutionality, the decadent economy and the constant violation of human rights. Nevertheless beyond the emotional impact, Venezuelan immigrants in the United...

UPDATE – Document Legalization Services Resume in Venezuela

On June 11, 2017, SAREN, the government agency in Venezuela that is authorized to issue Apostilles and legalizations on Venezuelan documents, announced that it has resumed document legalization services. Last week SAREN’s offices suffered significant damages during...

VENEZUELA – Document Legalization Services Suspended Indefinitely

On June 8, 2017, SAREN, the government agency in Venezuela that is authorized to issue Apostilles and legalizations on Venezuelan documents, announced a suspension of all document legalization services. According to SAREN’s communication, the service suspension is due to a fire...

VENEZUELA – Diplomatic Developments Affect U.S. and Venezuelan Visas

Recent diplomatic events in Venezuela are impacting visa processing in both countries. U.S. Nationals No Longer Visa-Waiver Eligible On March 2, the Venezuelan government announced that the United States has been removed from the list of nations whose citizens do not require a...
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