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In an effort to bring its services closer to our fellow U.S. Citizens, the American Citizen Services Unit periodically conducts Consular Outreach Services. The Outreach Services accepts applications for U.S. passport issuance (new, renewal and amendment) and notarization of documents. In some cases, Outreach Services also accepts applications for Consular Report of Birth Abroad.
To ensure order during the activity, an appointment system is applied for those who wish to avail themselves of the services. To request an appointment, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Upcoming Consular Visits
No upcoming Consular Outreach scheduled at the time.
Traveling with Minors (Under Age 21)
Under Honduran law, children under age 21 who are traveling unaccompanied or with only one parent must have written, notarized permission to travel from the non-traveling parent(s).
- If notarizing a permission letter in Honduras, the letter should be notarized by the Consular Section of the U.S. Embassy or by a Honduran notary public.
- If notarizing a permission letter in the United States, the letter should be apostilled by the U.S. state registrar where the notary is registered. Honduran immigration authorities may also accept permission letters notarized at a Honduran embassy or consulate in the United States.
- If there is no second parent with legal custody of the child (e.g., the second parent is deceased, one parent has sole custody, etc.), travelers can provide copies of the relevant paperwork such as a court decision, birth certificate naming only one parent, death certificate, etc.