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Greetings and welcome to the website of the Embassy of the Federated States of Micronesia in Washington, D.C.
This website provides a user-friendly platform which enables you to navigate with ease and accessibility to consular, diplomatic, and government to government related matters regarding our bilateral relations with the United States. Our goal is to ensure our citizens are being informed of these matters. To that end, we hope to link this website with the respective Departments of both the FSM and U.S.
The link will take you to the Forms and Documents Page where you can have access to US and FSM FORMS AND DOCUMENTS such as passport application and instructions, I-94 Forms and Docs, Entry Permit to the FSM, etc…
In December 2018, President Trump signed the REAL ID Act Modification for Freely Associated States Act (REAL ID Modification Act). The REAL ID Modification Act authorizes states to issue full-term REAL ID-compliant driver’s licenses and identification cards Start Printed Page 46557to FAS citizens admitted under the COFAs.In December 2018, President Trump signed the REAL ID Act Modification for Freely Associated States Act (REAL ID Modification Act). The REAL ID Modification Act authorizes states to issue full-term REAL ID-compliant driver’s licenses and identification cards to FAS citizens admitted under the COFAs…READ MORE
Immigrants with the following statuses qualify to use the Marketplace:
- Individual with Non-immigrant Status, includes worker visas (such as H1, H-2A, H-2B), student visas, U-visa, T-visa, and other visas, and citizens of Micronesia, the Marshall Islands, and Palau… Enroll Today
For citizens in Arizona, California, Idaho, Oregon, Washington, Nevada, and New Mexico, you can also check out the consulate website www.portland.fsmembassy.fm.
For citizens in Hawaii, check out www.hawaii.fsmembassy.fm
For citizens on Guam, please check out www.guam.fsmembassy.fm for more information.
7931 NE Halsey St. Suite 225
Portland, OR 97213
(Office Hours: 9:00am – 5:00pm)
*Consular Jurisdictions in: Oregon, California, Washington, Arizona, Idaho, Utah, Nevada, and New Mexico
- Joe-Silem B. Enlet, Consul General
- Dominic R. Maluchmai, Foreign Service Officer
- Noel L. Liemam, Foreign Service Officer
- Bruce E. Kihleng, Administrative Specialist
3049 Ualena Street, Suite 412
Honolulu, HI 96819
Telephone: (808) 836-4775
Fax: (808) 836-6896
Alternate Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
(Hours: 8am – 5pm — Hawaii time)
- Henry H. Shrew, Acting Consul General
- Wainer Louis, Foreign Service Officer
- Sass Sasao Gouland, Foreign Service Officer
- Anstain M. Ioannis, Foreign Service Officer
- Angie Saimon, Administrative Specialist
1755 Army Drive Route 16
Harmon, Guam 96913
Telephone: (671) 646-9154/55
Fax: (671) 647-1547
- Teresa M. Filepin, Consul General
- Johnny M. Silbanuz, Foreign Service Officer
- Sylvia Elias, Foreign Service Officer
- Clayton Elieisar, Foreign Service Officer
- Joan Marar, Foreign Service Officer
- Linda Timothy, Administrative Specialist
FSM NATIONAL GOVERNMENT LINKS:
Legislative powers of the national government is vested in the Congress of the Federated States of Micronesia , a unicameral (one house) Body with fourteen Senators. The chief function of the Legislative Branch is to enact laws.
Each state elects one senator as its at-large representative to serve a term of four years.
The other ten Senators are elected for a two-year term and apportioned by population. As such, the composition of the two-year Members are five from Chuuk, three from Pohnpei with one each from Kosrae and Yap
The Judicial Branch of the national government is the FSM Supreme Court. It is the only national court of the Federated States of Micronesia. Its main function is to interpret theConstitution and the laws of the Nation. The Supreme Court comprised of the Chief Justice and not more than five Associate Justices. Justices are nominated by the President for a lifetime appointment and confirmed by the Congress.
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