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Embassies & Consulates in Jamaica

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American Embassy in Kingston, Jamaica

United States Embassy in Kingston, Jamaica
Third Floor, Mutual Life Building
142, Old Hope Road
Kingston 6
Jamaica, West Indies
Phone: (876) 702-6000

American Consulate in Montego Bay, Jamaica

Consular Agency of United States in Montego Bay, Jamaica
St. James Place, 2nd Floor
Gloucester Avenue
Montego Bay, St. James
Phone: (+1 876) 952-0160
Fax: (+1 876) 952-5050
Office Hours: 9:00am - 12:00pm

Embassy and Consulates of Jamaica in United States


Canadian Consulate in Kingston, Jamaica

High Commission of Canada in Kingston, Jamaica
3 West Kings House Road
10, Kingston, Jamaica
Phone: (876) 926-1500
Fax: (876) 511-3493
Office Hours: Mon-Thu: 7:30am - 4:30pm; Fri: 7:30am - 1:00pm

Canadian Consulate in Montego Bay, Jamaica

Consulate of Canada in Montego Bay, Jamaica
29 Gloucester Street
Montego Bay, Jamaica
Phone: (1 876) 952 6198
Fax: (1 876) 952 3953

Embassy and Consulates of Jamaica in Canada


British Consulate in Kingston, Jamaica

British High Commission in Kingston, Jamaica
28 Trafalgar Road
PO Box 575
Kingston 10
Phone: +1 (876) 510-0700
Fax: +1 (876) 510-0737
Office Hours: Mon-Thu: 8:00am - 4:30pm; Fri: 8:00am - 1:00pm

Embassy and Consulates of Jamaica in United Kindom

Embassy and Consulates of Jamaica in Australia

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