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    Apr. 14 - youth development

    U.S. Embassy supports youth development in Puerto Cabezas, RACN

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  • Embassy's Deputy Chief of Mission, Marta Youth cuts the ribbon opening the fair

    Mar. 30 - Education Fair

    On March 20 15 U.S. higher education institutions visited Nicaragua to promote their academic programs for undergraduate, postgraduate studies, and other academic opportunities they offer.

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  • During a meeting

    Mar. 25 - Regional Meeting

    The Embassy Hosts Regional Anti-Gang Working Group Meeting

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  • during the visit

    Feb. 17 - Visit

    Marta Youth, Deputy Chief of Mission, and RADM Marvin Corrales, Chief of the Nicaraguan Navy, visited the Eduardoño boat repair facility located in Managua

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  • Mar. 20 - OpEd by Ted Dean

    Building U.S. Education Ties with Nicaragua by Ted Dean, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Services with the U.S. Department of Commerce

Ambassadors' Funds for Cultural Preservation 2015 - 2016

Nandaime Church Altar Restoration Detail

Nandaime Church Altar Restoration Detail

The Embassy of the United States of America in Managua is accepting project proposals for the U.S. Ambassadors’ Fund for Cultural Preservation (AFCP) 2015 competition.  This program has the purpose to support projects to protect and preserve the Nicaraguan culture and patrimony.  The funds to preserve the cultural heritage range from $10,000 to $200,000.00 USD to support projects from 12 to 18 months.

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  • Briefing Requests

    The U.S. Embassy in Managua offers briefings for American groups visiting Nicaragua. We place a high value on informing the U.S. public about the policies and programs we implement in Nicaragua. Our briefings typically consist of general information about what the Embassy does, country background, and U.S. foreign policy in Nicaragua.  For More... »

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    See you in the USA

    Whether you’re a potential student, tourist or business visitor, we can help you prepare for a trip to the United States. Follow the link for tools to plan your trip and to read first-hand accounts from fellow travelers.

Now taking Applications for!

Fulbright Program
 • Deadline to Submit Applications: April 30, 2015

Fulbright Graduate Program
This program offers participants the opportunity to pursue master’s studies in prestigious American universities and take part in an unforgettable cultural experience. The program offers two years of academic study. - More ...

Faculty Development Program
The program selects highly qualified professors dedicated to excellence in higher education studies.  Those nominated by their Nicaraguan university must show a personal commitment to continue lecturing at the sponsoring university upon their return. - More ...

The School for International Training (SIT)
The School for International Training (SIT) prepares students to be effective intercultural leaders through undergraduate, graduate, and professional development programs. SIT programs are rooted in the experiential learning model. - More...

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    Emergency Services

    Deaths, Abductions, Robberies, Arrests, etc. will be attended to promptly. Please call (505) 2252-7104 and ask for the American Citizens Services Unit during Embassy office hours. More...

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    Note: for Notary, you do not need to be a U.S. Citizen.

    Consular Report of Birth Abroad
    To request an appointment for Consular Report of Birth Abroad (CRBA), please email to: ACS.Managua@state.gov

    We suggest that applicants with an appointment for Consular Report of Birth Abroad, plan to arrive in the embassy 30 minutes before their scheduled appointment. Parking and security checks at the embassy entrance can take up to 20 minutes.

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