Frankfurt – Visit to US Consulate and drinks with deputy Consul General

Special visit to the US Consulate in Frankfurt and Drinks with the deputy Consul General

Come join us in a special visit to the US Consulate General in Frankfurt, which is the biggest US consulate and one of the biggest diplomatic US representations worldwide. With over 1,000 employees, the Consulate in Frankfurt serves as a US hub for Europe and beyond.

We will have a welcome and little tour of the Consulate General. Then, we will watch a special mock visa interview with explanations what the US authorities are looking for when conducting these interviews. Afterwards, we will get an insight and outlook into the current US policy.
Following the visit, the deputy Consul General and fellow alum David S. Elmo GSAAP’90 will welcome us for drinks in his home at 7pm. Address disclosed upon RSVP.

Please make sure to register by April 2. RSVP is mandatory for access to the Consulate’s premises. You will have to bring your ID (Personalausweis or passport) in order to enter the Consulate.
Room is limited, first come, first served. In case you should not be able to attend after RSVPing, please cancel on time.

Directions by public transport: U5 towards Preungesheim, stop Gießener Straße.

Generously hosted by the deputy Consul General, Frankfurt, Germany.


April 10, 2019 at 5:00pm - 9pm

US Consulate General Frankfurt

Giessener Str 30
Frankfurt 60435

Tatin Rauch

Marlon Francisco Marci Gruss Atissa Tadjadod Dirk Brauckmann Emmett Kelly Thomas Leiser Manuel Hein Mathias Link Sandra Link Ajit Sharma Kerstin Montiegel Franziska Funk Christine Kownatzki Dr Robin Helmke Misaki Krueger Irena Wolner Anonymous Tatin (Olga-Tatjana) Rauch Greg Predmore Monika Krauthahn

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