Service Suspension

consulateA construction project, which broke ground in the fall of 2009 in Guangzhou, will come to an end this month with the opening of the 7.4 acre U.S. Consulate Compound. Before the doors open however the move must be made, so appointments and passport pickups will be temporarily suspended between July 15 and 22. These include passport, extra pages, consular report of birth and notary services. Located two blocks from the Zhujiang River in the city’s Central Business District, the compound will consist of seven buildings at an approximate cost of $260 million.

Appointments for passport and notary services may be scheduled online here.

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