How can I contact the Suriname Embassy

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The Suriname Embassy is in Washington, with Niermala Badrising serving as the Ambassador. The Embassy of Suriname offers many services to the Suriname Citizen as well as for other citizens in the United States, such as Suriname passport renewal, emergency passport Issuing, attestation certificates, Suriname visa requirements for Diplomatic and official passport holders, etc.

4201 Connecticut Ave. NW, Suite 400 Washington, DC 20008
Tel: 202-629-4302

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To allow for more ease of use and access, the Embassy/Consulate has established multiple Consulates across the country to offer its services seamlessly.

What are the primary activities performed by the Embassy/Consulate of Suriname located in Washington, USA?

The Embassy/Consulate assists travelers from the United States to Suriname, and vice versa. It also plays a main role in the educational exchange program, science, and technical development, arts, and culture sponsored by the Suriname government.

What are the other services offered by the Suriname Consulate/ Embassy in Washington?

Community Services: Embassy dealing with aiding the distressed the Suriname woman, community welfare societies providing help to the Suriname diaspora, registration of new organization with the Suriname Embassy, transportation of mortal remains to Suriname with due respect, sending and receiving legal documents/summons through Embassy

Commerce: Business news services, appointing Commercial representative, aiding the establishment of new businesses in the USA, maintaining regulation of both export and import in coordination with USA authorities, promotion of Suriname exporters and manufacturers in the USA, promoting Investing in Suriname, publishing list of exhibition and trade fair in Suriname

Education: Publishing Suriname centric activities in university and schools, providing no objection certificate to students for study in Suriname, registration of Suriname student aboard, study in Suriname promotion activities, doing a student exchange program, giving science and technology-related opportunities, academic research collaborations

What type of passport services are provided by the Suriname Embassy/Consulate?

The primary purposes of travel to the United States by Suriname nationals are tourism, higher education, employment, and other activities (such as parents visiting children, business events, etc.). In the United States, any foreign resident needs to possess a valid travel document, or the traveler will be deported to their home country. If the travel documents, such as a passport, got expired or were lost, the Embassy would work to provide new records to the traveler and issue an emergency Suriname passport based on the travel need of the applicant.

How many Suriname Consulates/Embassy is in the United States to serve travelers?

The Suriname Embassy in Washington (address listed above) along with Two Consulates/Embassy spread across the country to aid travelers to and from Suriname.

Address of Suriname Consulate General in Miami

Consulate General of Suriname – Miami

6303 Blue Lagoon Drive, Suite 325,

Miami, FL 33126

Address of Suriname Honorary Consulate in New Orleans

Honorary Consulate General of Suriname – New Orleans

620 N, Carrollton Avenue

New Orleans, LA 70119

Does a Consulate operate out of Washington Consulate/Embassy?

There is no separate Consular address in Washington. Both Embassy and Consular service office located in the same address

Can a traveler submit travel documents to the Suriname Embassy/Consulate in Washington?

Yes. An applicant can visit Suriname visa application centre for submission of documents; they must be submitted by visiting the Suriname Embassy/Consulate in Washington, In the case of an Suriname e visa, a visit is not mandatory to the Embassy, Consulate, or Suriname authorised visa agent.

Can a traveler collect travel documents from the Suriname Embassy/Consulate in Washington?

Yes, you must visit the Suriname Embassy/Consulate in Washington to collect the documents. For Suriname electronic visa, you don’t require to visit.

What are the hours of operation of the Suriname Embassy/Consulate in Washington?

Suriname Embassy working hours are 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Consular Service Hours are 10:00 AM to 01:00 PM and 02:00 PM to 03:00 PM

What days is the Embassy/Consulate open?

The Suriname Embassy/Consulate operates Monday through Friday. It is closed on Saturdays, Sundays and, public holidays or any special days specified by the Embassy from time to time.

Does Suriname provide any E-visa?

Yes, there are seven types of E-visa offered by Suriname as following

1. USA to suriname Business E-Visa Multiple Entry 2 Months

2. USA to suriname Tourist E-Visa Single Entry

3. USA to suriname Tourist E-Visa Multiple Entry – 2 Months

4. USA to suriname Business E-Visa Multiple Entry

5. USA to suriname Tourist E-Visa Multiple Entry

6. USA to suriname Transit E-Visa

7. USA to suriname E- Tourist card

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