US Consulate in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea 2


US Consulate Address, Phone number, Location, Apply for visa, Opening hours, Immigrant Visa Email, American Citizen Service Email, Non Immigrant Visa Email in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea

Address:The Consular Officer
U.S. Embassy
Malabo II Apartado 95
Malabo, Equatorial Guinea

Phone: +240 333095741
For ACS: After-Hours Emergency Line: (+240) 555 51 60 08

Email: ACS appointment: malaboconsular@state.gov

Fax:

Opening hours: American Citizen Services:
Appointment Hours:
Tuesdays and Thursdays: 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Visa Appointment Hours:
Tuesdays and Thursdays: 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

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US Consulate Malabo, Equatorial Guinea official website: Online NIV Appointment system: https://evisaforms.state.gov/default.asp?postcode=MBO&appcode=3

To apply for Visa online in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea:

Apply Visa here: https://evisaforms.state.gov

Service provided in Consular section at Malabo, Equatorial Guinea

Both routine and emergency, for U.S. citizens, Malabo, and other foreign nationals resident in Equatorial Guinea.

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2 thoughts on “US Consulate in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea

  • cletus ugochukwu onyebuchi

    17.08.2019

    Let me firstly appreciate the US working system and their help to the international community.

    I am not in a vexation mood writing this note to you and is not for your embassy to call me back, over the years the world has been condemning one citizen of a country to the image in which they see their country.

    Am a NIGERIAN and am proud to be, coming to Equatorial Guinea gave me the power to believe more in myself and hope to go on, knowing now that people appreciate my work. I came here through the invitation of the wife of former minister of defense, late General Anthony Mba NGUEMA, mrs Marifrance Ovono Obiang Nguema, September 2003 as hair stylist and barber (Peluqueria mamatia mongomo)on a five years contract after which I traveled to Madrid Spain for 20 days vacation june 2007 to 19 july 2007.

    Back to Malabo I opened my own hair dressing salon in Semu .on 28 of January 2014 I traveled to NIGERIA and got married to Obele Giving BRIDE in Rivers state where she is working as a secretary of a college, I opened another salon and continued my HSE course with Institute of safety professionals of NIGERIA (ispon) and obtain a level 3 diploma as a safety man. I spent a year three months in Nigeria and my resident permit expired while in Nigeria, on the 12 of march 2015, I got a 30 days visa back to Malabo, on renovating my resident permit they made a mistake and wrote 2015 as my first arrival date in this country on my resident permit. but my first resident permit was issued on 16 September 2004 in mongomo.

    Your Embassy have refused me visa 2016 on the bases of the question when did I arrived here for the first time and I answered 2003 which made me not to attend the wedding of my friend mrs Felisa Forte Asumu who sent me an invitation letter for her hair do and attend her wedding as family friend and family stylist . I reapplied and went for the interview with my previous resident permit starting from 2004 and the Consular said no need and still refused me the visa.

    Yougee wanna as am popularly called a stylist and musical artist Has been working with ONG here as volunteer (mujer ideal) by Lucas Escalada FASHION shows, MISS Equatorial Guinea,as stylist , musical and cultural shows with institute of french cultural centre (icef) etc. now in my plan to open a beauty centre here in Malabo, I saw the need to make more money to enable me fulfill my plan so i got a job at Eco-Petrol still running my salon by my workers those that I trained . France was where I wanted to pass my vacation this year after obtaining a B2 diploma in French since 2011, but after opening up to people like Lucas Escalada and Bisila Bokoko of my plans, they advised me to be visiting the US that is a country of great opportunity.

    Thinking maybe I did not fill the visa application well, that why I went to a travel agency for proper filling of my visa application they did not include the name of my wife and marriage statue, they wrote single. I include all my previous documents here.

    THANKS ; CLETUS UGOCHUKWU ONYEBUCHI

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  • victoria

    Good morning
    My question is if the embassy has open now? since I did have an appointment there on June the 8 at 10:00 a.m. for the renovation of my daughter’s passport since it has spared of ready. However, after I got there they told me outside that the embassy was still close. Therefore I want to know if I can make another appointment yet or the embassy still close.
    Thanks