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International Resources

The suggested links below lead to official documentation from different levels of government

Consulates in Miami

Select a country to view consulate location and details.

Antigua & Barbuda

25 SE 2nd Ave., Suite 300
Miami, FL 33131
305/381-6762

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Argentina

800 Brickell Ave., Suite PH1
Miami, FL 33131
305/373-7794

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Austria

1454 NW 17th Ave., Ste 200
Miami, FL 33125
954/925-1100

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Barbados

150 Alhambra Cir., Suite 1000
Coral Gables, FL 33134
305/442-1994

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Belgium

3515 NW 113rd Ct.
Miami, FL 33178
305/436-9808

Bolivia

1101 Brickell Ave., Suite 1103
Miami, FL 33131
305/358-6303

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Brazil

2601 S. Bayshore Dr., Suite 800
Miami, FL 33131
305/285-6200

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Canada

200 S. Biscayne Blvd., Suite 1600
Miami, FL 33131
305/579-1600

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Chile

800 Brickell Ave.
Suite 1230
Miami , FL 33131
305/373-8624

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Colombia

280 Aragon Ave.
Coral Gables, FL 33134
305/448-5558

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Costa Rica

1101 Brickell Ave., Suite 704
Miami, FL 33131
305/871-7485

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Czech Republic

3111 Stirling Rd
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33312
954/985-4178

Denmark

2655 LeJeune Rd., PH1-D
Miami, FL 33134
954/967-8800

Dominican Republic

1038 Brickell Ave., 1st Floor
Miami, FL 33131
305/358-3220

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Ecuador

1101 Brickell Ave.
Miami, FL 33131
305/539-8214

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El Salvador

300 Biscayne Blvd Way, Suite 1020
Miami, FL 33157
305/774-0840

France

2 S. Biscayne Blvd., Suite 1710
Miami, FL 33131
305/373-9799

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Germany

100 N. Biscayne Blvd., Suite 2200
Miami, FL 33132
305/358-0290

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Guatemala

1101 Brickell Ave., Suite 1003 S.Tower
Miami, FL 33131
305/679-9945

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Guyana

1837 S. State Rd 7
Ft. Lauderdale, FL
954/797-7742

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Haiti

259 SW 13th St.
Miami, FL 33130
305/859-2003

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Honduras

7171 Coral Way, Suite 309
Miami, FL 33155
305/269-9399

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Iceland

5220 N. Ocean Dr.
Hollywood, FL 33019
954/920-7977

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Israel

100 N. Biscayne Blvd.
Suite 1800
Miami, FL 33132
305/925-9400

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Italy

1200 Brickell Ave.
7th Floor
Miami, FL 33131
305/374-6322

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Jamaica

25 SE 2nd Ave., Suite 842
Ingraham Building
Miami, FL 33131
305/374-8431

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Japan

80 SW 8th St.
Suite 3200
Miami, FL 33130
305/530-9090

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Mali

1710 W. Cypress Creek Rd
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33309
954/771-1795

Mexico

5975 SW 72nd St., Suite 101
Miami, FL 33143
786/268-4900

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Netherlands

701 Brickell Ave.
5th Floor
Miami, FL 33131
786/866-0480

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Nicaragua

8532 SW 8th St.
Suite 201
Miami, FL 33144
305/265-1415

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Norway

1007 N. American Way, Suite 305
Miami, FL 33132
305/358-4386

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Panama

2801 Ponce de Leon Blvd., SUite 1050
Coral Gabales, FL 33134
305/447-3700

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Paraguay

300 Biscayne Blvd. Way
Suite 907-A
Miami, FL 33131
305/374-9090

Peru

444 Brickell Ave., Suite M-135
Miami, FL 33131
786/374-2420

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Portugal

1901 Ponce de Leon Blvd. 2nd Floor
Coral Gables, FL 33134
305/444-6311

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Spain

2655 Le Jeune Rd., Suite 203
Coral Gables, FL 33134
305/446-5511

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Suriname

6303 Blue Lagoon Dr.
Suite 235
Miami, FL 33126
305/265-4655

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Sweden

P.O. Box 13094
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33316
954/467-3507

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Switzerland

c/o Panalpina Inc.
703 Waterford Way
Miami, FL 33126
305/894-1300

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Thailand

2801 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Suite 1170
Coral Gables, FL 33134
786/445-7577

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Trinidad & Tobago

1000 Brickell Ave.
Suite 800
Miami , FL 33131
786/374-2199

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Tunisia

1236 SW 21st Ter.
Miami, FL 33145
786/858-5456

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United Kingdom

1001 Brickell Bay Dr.
Suite 2800
Miami, FL 33131
786/374-1522

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Uruguay

1077 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Suite B
Coral Gables, FL 33134
305/443-9764

Visiting Miami From Abroad

Learn more about traveling to the U.S. and Miami.

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    International Basics

    Be prepared and know before you go. There’s country specific information for travelers visiting from abroad. Read on for information from the International Travel page from the U.S. Department of State including what to do about a lost passport; emergencies; travel warnings; safety alerts; and information for student travelers. The page includes visa application and waiver information; embassy locations; security and crime information; medical treatment information and more. If you’re a traveler coming from another country be expect the very best trip that you can imagine, but be prepared for any emergency situation that may occur. This link includes an A-Z index that should cover just about any issue that may arise and will help you find valuable resources for everything from receiving mail and medical treatment to finding attorneys and travel alerts. If you’re an American and Miami is the first stop on a trip abroad, you’ll find all the information you need here for planning a safe and swift trip to a foreign country.

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    U.S. Customs

    All travelers, whether U.S. citizens or international visitors are subject to the laws of U.S. Customs and Border Protection, so before you know the basics before you go. No one likes a surprise when traveling. Some frequently asked questions and resources on their website include information regarding traveling with pets, traveling with children, bringing food into the United States and traveling with medication and everything you need to know about necessary documentation. The U.S. Customs and Border Protection website also includes travel warnings about conditions abroad to be aware of before traveling and what to expect at the airport’s port of entry and Customs and Border Protection. The Department of Homeland Security’s website is a great resource for travelers with questions ranging from how to find overseas travel alert to getting a green card. The “How Do I?” section of the website breaks down topics in alphabetical order including a wide range of security issues and legislation. International Travelers will find the “For Travelers” section of great use. There you’ll find information on everything you need to know for smooth traveling between your country and the United States including how to enter the country from ports of entry including land, air and sea and basic information on visiting the United States.

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    Mail, Phones & Adapters

    Stay in touch with work or family and friends and plan ahead for ways to communicate internationally. Today, Internet access to easy to come by and most hotels offer it for free or to purchase at reasonable cost. Look for cafes and coffee shops with sign in the window indicating free WiFi. Travelers can easily stay connected through WiFi options on their portable devices like laptops, iPads and phones with Internet options. Remember that you’ll need an AC adapter for your laptop and a plug adapter for U.S. sockets. Travelers who need to make phone calls have several convenient options. The only cell phones that work inside the United States are GSM tri or quad band models. The most cost effective method is usually to buy a compatible SIM card for the USA (sold by major carriers like AT&T and Cingular) or to buy a no-contract, prepaid phone with a set number of minutes (available form Virgin Mobile, T-Mobile, AT&T and more starting at $15). Phone numbers within the U.S. start with a three digital are code followed by a seven-digit number. To call long-distance (from state to state) you may need to first press 1. 1 is the international country code for USA if calling from abroad. Dial 011 to make an international call from with the U.S., followed by the country code and phone number.

International Resources