Who is the ambassador of Belize to the United States?

Who is the ambassador of Belize to the United States?

Patrick Andrews
List of ambassadors of Belize to the United States

Ambassador of Belize to United States Embassy of Belize in Washington, D.C.
Incumbent Patrick Andrews since September 18, 2015
Inaugural holder Edmund Andrew Marshalleck
Formation April 12, 1982

Does Belize have a US embassy?

The U.S. embassy is one of 64 foreign representations in Belize and one of 14 foreign representations in Belmopan. See more at the Belize EmbassyPages. The U.S. embassy in Belmopan is one of 315 U.S. diplomatic and consular representations abroad. See more at the United States EmbassyPages.

Where is the Belize Embassy in the United States?

Contact details for the Belizean embassy in Washington, D.C. The embassy of Belize in Washington, D.C. is located at 2535 Massachusetts Avenue, NW and can be contacted by telephone on 202 332 9636 as well as by email [email protected] and [email protected]

Is Belize giving visa?

As of March 16, 2020, the United States Embassy in Belmopan, Belize is cancelling routine immigrant and nonimmigrant visa appointments. We will resume routine visa services as soon as possible but are unable to provide a specific date at this time.

How can I immigrate to Belize?

You must live in Belize for 50 consecutive weeks before you can apply for permanent residence. To do this, enter the country on a tourist visa and then renew your visa every 30 days until you reach 50 weeks. At that point, you can submit your application for permanent residence.

Is Belize safe for U.S. citizens?

U.S. citizens should avoid traveling to Belize City. Historically much of the violent crime in Belize occurs in the Southside of Belize City and is gang related. This area (south of Haulover Creek Canal and continuing south to Fabers Road) does not overlap the typical tourism areas.

Is Belize a poor country?

Belize is considered an upper-middle-income country with a GDP per capita of $4,806.50. Despite this, a 2009 study revealed that 41.3 percent of the population of Belize lives at or below the poverty line.

Can you go to Belize without a visa?

If you are visiting as a tourist, you do not require a visa. Visitors planning to stay more than 30 days must have their passport re-stamped by a local immigration office and pay an additional fee for every additional month they wish to stay, up to six months.

Can I enter Belize with a US visa?

No visas are required for citizens of the United States for tourist visits of up to 30 days, but they must have proof of their intent to depart Belize (such as onward or return air tickets) and proof of sufficient funds to maintain themselves in Belize. No specific immunizations are required for visitors to Belize.

Is it easy to get a job in Belize?

If you are not a permanent resident in Belize, you will need a work permit to legally work. Self-employment permits are by far the easiest to obtain, as you will most likely be viewed as someone with a business that will in fact create jobs and employ local Belizeans.