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Ways to contact the Timor-Leste Embassy for passport related queries

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The primary purposes of travel to the United States by Timor-Leste 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 expired or were lost, the Embassy would work to provide new records to the traveler.

The Timor-Leste Embassy is in Washington, D.C., with Domingos Sarmento Alves serving as the Ambassador. The Embassy offers many services to the Timor-Leste Citizen in the United States, such as the Timor-Leste passport renewal, attestation certificates, emergency certificates, etc.

4201 Connecticut Avenue N.W., Suite 504, Washington D.C. – 20008
Tel: 202-966-3202

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What are the primary tasks performed by the Embassy/Consulate of Timor-Leste located in Washington, D.C., USA? 

The Embassy/Consulate assists travelers from the United States to Timor-Leste, and citizens traveling from Timor-Leste to the United States. It also plays a significant role in an educational exchange program sponsored by the Timor-Leste government. To allow for more ease of use and access, the Embassy/Consulate has established multiple Consulates across the country to offer services seamlessly.

Does a Consulate operate out of Washington D.C. Consulate/Embassy? 

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

Can a traveler submit travel documents to the Timor-Leste Embassy/Consulate in Washington, D.C.?

Yes. If the travel requirements of the applicant demand submission documents, they must be submitted by visiting the Timor-Leste visa application centre in Washington D.C., In the case of a Timor-Leste e visa, a visit is not mandatory to the Embassy, Consulate, or Timor-Leste authorised visa agent.

Can a traveler collect travel documents from the Timor-Leste Embassy/Consulate in Washington, D.C.?

Yes, you must visit the Timor-Leste visa application centre in Washington, D.C., to collect the documents. For Timor-Leste electronic visa, you do not require to visit.

What are the hours of operation of the Timor-Leste Embassy/Consulate in Washington, D.C.?

Timor-Leste Embassy working hours are 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM EST.

What days is the Embassy/Consulate open?

The Timor-Leste Embassy/Consulate operates Monday through Friday and is closed on Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays.

On which holidays is the Embassy/Consulate closed?

The list of holidays the Timor-Leste Embassy in Washington D.C. observes can be found at the link below.

Are there any jurisdictional restrictions regarding services from the Timor-Leste Consulate/Embassy in Washington, D.C.?

No, people residing in any location are eligible for services like the issue of Timor-Leste passport and visa services.

Is there a FAQ related to the Embassy and Consulates?

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