• L’Ambassade d’Haïti à Washington, D.C. et sa section consulaire seront fermées:

    Samedi le 18 novembre: Bataille de Vertières

    Jeudi le 23 novembre à Samedi le 25 novembre:  Les vacances de Thanksgiving (Congé fédéral)

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  • The Embassy of Haiti and its consular section will be closed on the following days:

    Saturday, November 18: Battle of Vertières

    Thursday, November 23 – Saturday, November 25: Thanksgiving Weekend

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November 10, 2017Embassy TPS Hotlines

As the decision on the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) extension for Haitian nationals draws near, the Haitian Embassy’s  task force of immigration attorneys remains available to provide guidance and answer questions [...]

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October 30, 2017Taste the Islands Experience

Embassy of Haiti in Washington DC Hosts Taste the Islands Experience – DC Edition On the evening of October 26, 2017, the Embassy of Haiti in Washington, D.C. hosted the “Taste [...]

October 30, 2017Ambassador Paul Altidor Honors Haitian-American Fashion Designer Victor Glemaud

Ambassador Paul Altidor Honors Haitian-American Fashion Designer Victor Glemaud Every year, the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA)/Vogue Fashion Fund selects ten U.S.-based up-and-coming fashion designers, among hundreds of applicants, [...]

October 25, 2017International Creole Day

English Message In honor of International Creole Day, the Embassy of Haiti, in partnership with Komite pou Avansman Lang Kreyòl (KOMALAK) and Montgomery County, invites you to a special Creole [...]

October 25, 2017Ambassador Paul Altidor Hosts 12th Annual Haitian Ladies Brunch

Ambassador Paul Altidor Hosts 12th Annual Haitian Ladies Brunch When Mr. Paul Altidor began his tenure as the Haitian Ambassador to the United States back in 2012, he made it a [...]

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VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY

The Embassy is currently undergoing a process of revitalization and modernization with the aim of better aligning the Embassy’s activities with Government of Haiti’s (“GOH”) strategic priorities and revamp and enhance the services it currently provides to Haitian citizens. The main strategic priority identified by the GOH remains the advancing of business diplomacy. Thus, the Embassy is orienting its activities to foster business development to generate economic growth and job creation. In addition, the Embassy is in the process of enhancing its community outreach services and undertaking the renovation of its physical space.

It is with this context that the Embassy is seeking volunteers from the Haitian-American diaspora open to providing their skills and expertise in a number of different areas. If you would like to assist the Embassy, please contact us at: volunteers@haiti.org