U.S. Embassy Consular Officer, Michael Mitchell and Alumni Programs Coordinator Esther Sibona will be in Port Vila October 15-18

, as part of the Embassy’s outreach programmes to provide consular services to American citizens, and promote education opportunities in the United States.

The presentations about studying in the U.S. and student visas will take place at the University of South Pacific Emalus campus and Malapoa College on Tuesday October 18 at 12pm and 2.30pm respectively.

Mitchell will be on radio explaining the visa process for Ni-Vanuatu nationals. He will also talk about the Diversity Immigrant Visa Program 2018, and promote future Embassy events in Port Vila. He is happy to take in questions on these topics as well as questions about study opportunities in the U.S., and the U.S. elections.

Tune in to 96 Buzz FM at 110am on Monday October 17 to hear Mitchell’s interview with Kizzy Kalsakau, and at 9am on Tuesday October 18 with Heather Maraki on Capital FM. You can also catch him on Vanuatu Broadcasting and Telecommunication Corporation (VBTC) TV news.

Opportunities for former students of US scholarships to apply for further studies in America or to meet with the Alumni Outreach Coordinator are rare.

The Coordinator wants to invite all members of the Vanuatu US Alumni Association for coffee at Warwick Le Lagon Resort & Spa on Sunday October 16 at 10am.

She wants to meet with as many members as possible.

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