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Ambassador William H. Duncan visited Aeroman

The U.S. Ambassador to El Salvador, William H. Duncan, visited the MRO company Aeroman; a leading aeronautical maintenance company in the region and #1 in the Top Most Attractive Places to Work in El Salvador, according to a recent local labor survey. Aeroman has 40 years of experience, in which they have always provided the ... Read More»

Visit of Representatives of the Social Security Administration Regional Office

The U.S. Embassy in El Salvador is pleased to announce that representatives from the Social Security Administration’s regional office in San Jose, Costa Rica, will visit San Salvador to provide services to beneficiaries or individuals who have questions about U.S. Social Security benefits. Services will be provided by appointment only, which can be arranged at ... Read More»

Teachers Up 2023 Conference

The U.S. Ambassador to El Salvador, William H Duncan, participated in the Teachers Up 2023 Conference. This project is funded by the Embassy and led by alumni of the various exchange programs supported by the U.S. Department of State. It began in 2021 as a pilot program during the pandemic and is now completing its ... Read More»

Secretary Blinken’s Meeting with El Salvador’s Foreign Minister Hill

READOUT OFFICE OF THE SPOKESPERSON AUGUST 7, 2023   The following is attributable to Spokesperson Matthew Miller: Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken met today with Salvadoran Foreign Minister Alexandra Hill Tinoco to address key priorities in the U.S.-El Salvador bilateral relationship and a range of regional issues. Secretary Blinken and Foreign Minister Hill discussed ... Read More»

CBP One Facilitated Over 170,000 Appointments in Six Months, and Continues to be a Safe, Orderly, and Humane Tool for Border Management

Release Date: August 3, 2023 When individuals arrive at U.S. Ports of Entry (POE), the Immigration and Nationality Act requires they are processed by United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP). All individuals processed at POEs are thoroughly screened and vetted, and individuals who pose a national security or public safety concern are detained. On a ... Read More»