Embassies in Colombia 2020
The U.S. Embassy in Asuncion only processes visa applications from Paraguayan citizens and residents. Appointments made by third-country nationals who do not meet these requirements will be cancelled. The Consular Section is currently unable to accept telephone calls regarding visa cases. For assistance with visa processing, call the visa call center or review the instructions. For correspondence about a specific case, send an email to [email protected]
B1/B2 applicants, students and exchange visitors with urgent emergency travel plans who are unable to obtain an appointment within the required timeframe should follow the instructions below to request an emergency appointment. In addition, applicants in other visa categories (H1B, L1, O, E, etc.) should use the expedited channel. Those attempting to schedule large groups of applicants together should email [email protected]
Embassy of Colombia Bogota
In the United Mexican States all persons shall enjoy the human rights recognized in this Constitution and in the international treaties to which the Mexican State is a party, as well as the guarantees for their protection, the exercise of which may not be restricted or suspended, except in the cases and under the conditions established by this Constitution.
The norms relating to human rights shall be interpreted in accordance with this Constitution and with international treaties on the subject, favoring at all times the broadest protection for persons.
All authorities, within the scope of their competencies, have the obligation to promote, respect, protect and guarantee human rights in accordance with the principles of universality, interdependence, indivisibility and progressiveness. Consequently, the State must prevent, investigate, punish and redress human rights violations, under the terms established by law.
Any discrimination based on ethnic or national origin, gender, age, disabilities, social status, health conditions, religion, opinions, sexual preferences, marital status or any other that violates human dignity and aims to nullify or impair the rights and freedoms of individuals is prohibited.
Embassy of Colombia in Spain
State sovereign immunities traditionally embody a basic principle of international law that derives, in turn, from the principles of independence, sovereignty and equality of States (par in parem imperium non habet). Its legal content is basically procedural in nature and implies that the judges and courts of one State may not judge another State. It covers both the right of a State not to be sued or brought to trial before the courts of another State (immunity from jurisdiction) and the right not to have a judgment enforced (immunity from execution).
At present, as a result of the phenomena of international cooperation, international immunities also cover other areas, including those of international organizations and international conferences and meetings, without forgetting those relating to Heads of State, Heads of Government and Ministers of Foreign Affairs, warships and State vessels and aircraft, and foreign armed forces. All this makes up a complex panorama in which some sectors have already reached a consolidated regulation, while in others there is still a certain fragmentation and indetermination.
Help offered by the Mexican consulate in the U.S. to migrants
Mastercard and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) have teamed up under the Women’s Global Development and Prosperity Initiative (W-GDP) to launch Start Path Empodera , a business accelerator focused on promoting women-led entrepreneurship and financial inclusion in Colombia. The …
By U.S. Embassy Bogota | June 25, 2020 | Categories: U.S. Agencies and Organizations, Business, Business, News, Business Opportunities, U.S. Embassy in Colombia, U.S. and Colombia, Exclude, U.S. Embassy Bogota | June 25, 2020 | Categories: U.S. Agencies and Organizations, Business Affairs, Press Releases, U.S. Embassy in Colombia, U.S. and Colombia, Business Opportunities
The U.S. Embassy in Colombia, through its International Narcotics and Law Enforcement (INL) Section, made the official delivery of items donated by the U.S. government to the National Army, National Navy and National Police, as part of the support to the Colombian government’s efforts to …