(Jamaica Observer) AUDREY Marks, Jamaica’s ambassador to the United States and permanent representative to the Organization of American States, has announced the reopening of the Offices of the Jamaican embassy in Washington, DC, USA.
While the embassy is currently processing online appointments, its consular section will not be opened to the public for in-person applications until July 15, 2020.
During the period when the section is not opened for in-person applications, the ambassador said existing applicants will still be allowed to collect passports or documents.
Ambassador Marks said walk-in applicants are strongly encouraged to carry completed application forms along with pertinent documents, including passport size pictures for the necessary verification.
Seating availability in the waiting area will be reduced to six chairs, with adherence to physical distancing protocols, the release said, adding that everyone visiting the embassy will be required to wear a mask.