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Ambassador Sullivan hands over cargo and personnel carriers to Ghana Armed Forces

During a handover ceremony of cargo and personnel carriers to the Ghanaian Armed Forces on February 15, 2019, Ambassador Stephanie Sullivan emphasized the importance of peace, security, and good governance in promoting economic development.  She also lauded the Ghana Armed Forces for its long and professional contributions to the United Nations peacekeeping operations over nearly ...
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U.S. Embassy Promotes Education in Western Region

From February 12 through 15, U.S. Embassy Counselor for Public Affairs Roberto Quiroz II and EducationUSA Advisor Ethel Caulley traveled to the Western Region to promote education.  The U.S. Embassy team traveled to Takoradi and other communities to visit heads of school, teachers, and over 1,300 Ghanaian students to encourage them to apply to study ...
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Ambassador and African American Association of Ghana Launch Black History Month in Accra

On February 9, 2019, Ambassador Stephanie S. Sullivan joined the African American Association of Ghana (AAAG) at the W.E.B. Du Bois Memorial Center in Accra to launch AAAG Black History Month programming.  For its first program, AAAG highlighted excellent presentations on the theme “Black Migration: Exploring Our Roots and Beyond.” During the launch, Ambassador Sullivan ...
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U.S. Social Security and Other Federal Benefits Individual Consultations

The U.S. Embassy in Ghana is pleased to announce that a representative from the Regional Federal Benefits Unit in London will visit Accra to offer individual consultations for beneficiaries of U.S. Social Security and other federal benefits programs. The consultations will be given on February 26 and 27 at the U.S. Embassy, 4th Circular Rd, ...
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Statement on Implementation of U.S. Non-Immigrant Visa Restrictions on Ghana

Accra, GHANA – A country that is a signatory to the UN Convention on International Civil Aviation is obligated to issue the necessary travel documents to its citizens under deportation orders from another country.  Under Section 243(d) of the U.S. Immigration and Nationality Act, when a country is determined to be denying or unreasonably delaying ...
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