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What The Embassy's American Citizen Services Section Can Do For You
August 21, 2008           

Many Americans do not know what the Embassy can do for them, in cases of emegency or just for those day to day things like voting, help with passports and getting documents notarized.

The Embassy website now has a series of video clips (in Windows Media format) in which André Goodfriend, former Chief of American Citizen Services at the United States Embassy in London talks about the function and types of services offered to American citizens.

You can access them directly from here or go to the Embassy's website and link through to the American Citizen Services Section.

1. What is American Citizen Services? (1min:38sec)
2. How does an American apply for a passport? (2:53)
3. I have more than one passport. Which passport should I use to travel to the USA? (1:56)
4. How long does my passport need to be valid for to travel abroad? (2:40)
5. How long does it take to process a passport when applying by mail? (1:09)
6. What do I do if I need an emergency passport? (1:42)
7. Can the American Embassy help me if I have been arrested? (3:35)
8. Do domestic employees require a visa? (2:54)
9. what happens if I want to apply for dual citizenship? (3:10)
10. What nationality is my child if she/he is born abroad? (3:24)
11. How does the ACS keep American Citzens informed? (2:34)
12. Does the Embassy have notary services? (1:11)
13. How do I register with the Embassy when I am abroad? (2:53)
14. What should I do if I have been robbed or need assistance out of hours? (2:20)
15. What scams should I be aware of? (2:50)
16. Can I still vote if I live overseas? (2:32)

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