Ghana Embassy in USA to resume consular services starting September 8

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Ghana’s Embassy in the United States of America (USA) which has been closed down since March due to the corona virus pandemic, is scheduled to resume consular services on Tuesday, September 8, 2020.

According to a statement from the Embassy, all applications and other activities will be done through online platforms to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

“To enforce COVID-19 safety protocols, the Embassy will no longer offer in-person visa services. Individuals who are interested in acquiring visa services are required to do so through our online visa application platform,” the statement indicated.

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Applicants of new passports, persons who want to replace lost passports or renew old passports are also being urged to go through the same process online and “schedule in-person appointments to complete the mandatory biometric data process”.

The Embassy has further pledged to observe all the necessary COVID-19 safety protocols on its premises for all in-person appointments.


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