U.S. Citizen Services
We inform you that the Consular Section is temporarily unable to accept credit card payments for any of their services until further notice.
Representatives from the U.S. Consulate General will host a town hall meeting explaining how to petition family members (spouses, children, parents and siblings) for legal residence in the United States.
Place: Universidad de Cuenca
Av. 12 de Abril y Agustín Cueva Ciudadela
Aula Magna Mario Vintimilla Ordoñez
Date: Monday, May 5, 2014
Time: 10:00 AM a 12:00 PM
If you would like to attend please send an e-mail to GuayaquilIVAppts@state.gov
Welcome to the American Citizen Services (ACS) unit of the U.S. Consulate General in Guayaquil, Ecuador. Here you will find information regarding the consular services and assistance available to American Citizens visiting and residing in the Guayaquil consular district.
Visiting the Consulate
Please be advised that you may not enter the Consulate with cellular phones, photographic or video cameras, any other electronics and radio equipment, cigarrettes, lighters, and sharp objects. We understand many travelers are passing through Guayaquil with large bags, purses, or backpacks, but unfortunately these items cannot in any circumstances be brought into the Consulate.
Our office does not handle visas nor do we have access to visa information. We will not respond to any inquiries relating to visas, even if they involve an American citizen petitioner. Please contact the Non-Immigrant Visa Unit for questions regarding tourist/business visas and Immigrant Visa Unit for inquiries regarding residency visas.
For routine questions regarding American Citizen Services, please contact:
Telephone: 04 371-7000 (Dial 011-593-4-371-7000 from the U.S.)
In Person: Monday to Thursday, 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Contact Us by E-mail*
*Note: Please do not send secure or encrypted emails to the Consular Section, particularly from .mil or other official sources. We are unable to open these messages and will not be able to respond to your inquiry.
Emergency Contact Information
In the case of an emergency involving a U.S. citizen in our consular district, please contact our 24/7 hotline:
From within Guayaquil: 371-7000
From within Ecuador, but outside of Guayaquil: (04) 371-7000
From the United States of America: 011-593-4-371-7000
Tax Information 2012
New IRS Regulations May Affect Overseas Taxpayers. The Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FACTA) is an important development in U.S. efforts to combat tax evasion by U.S persons holding investments in offshore accounts. Read the complete information.
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