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  • Ambassador Launches Youth Council (Embassy Photo)
    Ambassador Launches Youth Council

    Ambassador Donald Koran launched the inaugural meeting of the Ambassador’s Youth Council, a body comprising Rwandan youth and representatives from Rwandan groups focused on youth issues in the country. 

  • Americans and Rwandans together for LGBT Graffiti on the Embassy's wall. (Embassy Photo)
    LGBT Pride and Human Rights with Graffiti Show

    Rwandans and Americans joined at the U.S. Embassy in Kigali Tuesday to celebrate Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered (LGBT) Pride Month in Rwanda by turning the U.S. Embassy’s wall into a canvas. 

  • Inganzo Literary Journal(Embassy Photo)
    U.S. Embassy Supports Inganzo Literary Journal

    June 11, 2014- The U.S. Embassy in Kigali is proud to support the Inganzo literary journal, a cooperation between the U.S. Embassy in Kigali and the Literature and Linguists Student Association (LLSA) at the University of Rwanda’s College of Arts and Social Sciences in Huye.  

  • Ambassador Koran Hosts YALI Fellows
    Ambassador Koran Hosts YALI Fellows

    On June 9, 2014, U.S. Ambassador to Rwanda Donald Koran hosted Rwanda’s six Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) Washington Fellows prior to their departure for a six-week exchange, training, and networking program in the United States. 

  • American Seal
    Ongoing Detentions and Arrests in Rwanda

    The United States is deeply concerned by the arrest and disappearance of dozens of Rwandan citizens in Rwanda over the past two months.  

  • USAID Supported Cheese Expo and Milk Campaign
    USAID Supported Cheese Expo and Milk Campaign

    May 29th and 30th- USAID's Rwanda Dairy Competitiveness Program sponsored Rwanda's first ever Cheese Expo.  

  • Deputy Treasury Secretary Sarah Bloom Raskin with students at the Kigali campus of Carnegie Mellon University
    Continued US Commitment to Tech, Women

    May 22, 2014- “The world is looking for the skill you’ve developed here to solve their problems,” Deputy Treasury Secretary Sarah Bloom Raskin told students at the Kigali campus of Carnegie Mellon University Wednesday 

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    Important Notice for Petitioners Filing form I-130

    Petitioners residing overseas will no longer be able to routinely file Forms I-130, Petitions for Alien Relative, with U.S. Embassies and Consulates except in locations where U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has a public counter presence within the Embassy or Consulate.  Follow the link for more information.

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