Once again, United States Consulate General Marseille are pleased to announce a passport services day in Nice on Tuesday, May 3, 2022 from 10:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. We will do our best to accomodate as many applicants as possible, but as always these services are provided on a first come, first served basis.Read more
In spite of the rain earlier in the day, the sunshine came back just in time to host our 4th of July picnic! We had our flag and our sign out for everyone to see who was walking along the famous Promenade des Anglais. It was great to see everyone in person and share what have we been doing in the last year. 😎
Our Political Wine in May will be will be discussing Biden's ambtious infrastructure bill, with an an emphasis on climate change. Find your state on the fact list to see how it is impacting your family and friends in the States:
All members of Democrats Abroad France Riviera Chapter may vote in the Riviera Chapter Executive Committee elections. Due to restrictions imposed by the Coronavirus, all voting will take place online between February 24th - March 3rd. Election results will be announced during the Political Wine on March 3rd at 7 p.m., which will be held via Zoom.
To read each candidate's personal statement download the ballot in PDF.Read more
As our January Political Wine drew to a close last month, the insurrection was starting at the U.S. Capitol. Since then, Trump was impeached for a second time; Joe Biden gave a stirring inaugural address; and the new administration has taken swift action to confront the various crises. February’s Political Wine will give us an opportunity to discuss these rapid changes.
You might find these two articles of interest before our discussion:
Our Political Wine in Janaury will be will be discussing Biden and Bipartisanship. These three brief articles may be of interest to you:
Our activities don’t come without the strong efforts of a vibrant Executive Committee. With Democrats taking over the White House, we must keep the momentum of our voices being heard loud and clear. So the time has come for our own, Democrats Abroad France - Riviera Chapter’s Executive Committee elections.Read more
The U.S. Consulate General in Marseille is pleased to announce the provision of off-site consular services in Nice, September 4, 2019
1 - Who qualifies for an appointment?
⁃ If you have a 5-year-passport (minor or first-time adult application)
⁃ If you are no longer in possession of your prior passport
⁃ If your passport expired more than 15 years ago
⁃ If you wish to report the birth abroad of a child to a U.S. citizen
⁃ If you wish to have a document notarised
2 - How to schedule an appointment?
Send an email to [email protected] You will receive an email confirmation, including the appointment time and specific instructions for the service requested. You will be asked to submit all of the required documents and payment ahead of your appointment. We look forward to seeing you.
United States Consulate General
American Citizen Services Unit
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There is an exhibition of photographs made by the Patrouille de France in 2017, which by documenting current US and French military cooperation hopes to honor the US engagement in WWI.
This free exhibition at the Maison du Combattant at 36 bis Blvd Risso, NICE will run from 27 to 31 May from 14h00 to 17h30 each day.
The exhibition is sponsored by the US Ambassador to France, the Association France Etats-Unis, and the Ville de Nice. The Maison du Combattant is located facing the Acropolis.
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