U.S. Consulate General Leipzig Celebrates Independence Day 2018

On July 2, U.S. Consul General Timothy Eydelnant celebrated the 242nd Independence Day of the United States of America together with more than 400 guests from all over Central Germany. This year’s traditional reception in the garden of the Consulate General in Leipzig was held under the motto “Texas” in honour of the 25th anniversary ...
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January 2018 Government Shutdown Resolved

UPDATE: Congress has passed and the President has signed legislation to fund government operations under a continuing resolution, allowing all normal activities to resume.  * * * At this time, scheduled passport and visa services will continue during the lapse in appropriations as the situation permits. This website will not be regularly updated until full ...
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U.S. Consulate General in Leipzig Celebrated the 241st Anniversary of America’s Independence

On July 11th,  Leipzig’s newly designated Consul General Tim Eydelnant celebrated the 241st anniversary of America’s Independence with over 350 guests including local government and business leaders, and friends of the United States from throughout the consular district. The festivities included remarks by Timothy Eydelnant as well as Kent D. Logsdon, Chargé d’Affaires of the U.S. ...
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Leipzig’s Consul General Riedmann explores Greiz

On September 16, Leipzig’s Consul General Scott R. Riedmann visited Greiz in Thuringia for a full day of programs. The Consulate General in Leipzig is responsible for three German states: Thuringia, Saxony and Saxony-Anhalt. In Greiz, he first met with students of the Ulf-Merbold-Gymnasium for a Meet US program. After he told the students about ...
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