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  • Zadar Students Meet U.S. Diplomat (State Dept.)

    Zadar Students Meet U.S. Diplomat

    Christian Wright, Public Affairs Officer, visited the American Corner Zadar and met with a group of 18-year-old students who asked numerous questions about life of a diplomat. In Zadar on March 20, 2015

  • Cody Brown on an American’s Life in Croatia (State Dept.)

    Cody Brown on an American’s Life in Croatia

    Best-selling author and political science professor Cody McClain Brown presented his book, “Chasing a Croatian Girl: A Survivor’s Tale” at the American Corner in Osijek and the University of Osijek. He talked about his perspective on life in Croatia, including the danger of the “propuh” and adapting to the Croatian lifestyle. Osijek, March 17, 2015

  • Asst Min of Justice Departs on US Exchange Program (State Dept.)

    Asst Min of Justice Departs on US Exchange Program

    Deputy Chief of Mission Margaret Nardi meets with Ivan Crnčec, Assistant Minister at the Ministry of Justice, before his departure on the International Visitor Leadership Program on “The U.S. Judicial System.”

  • Students in Slavonija Meet U.S. Diplomat (State Dept.)

    Students in Slavonija Meet U.S. Diplomat

    Christian Wright, Public Affairs Officer, met with students at the American Corner Osijek, and at the elementary school in Belišće. Christian Wright also gave an interview for HRT’s “Good Morning Croatia”. In Osijek on February 5, 2015

  • Black History Month in Rovišće  (State Dept.)

    Black History Month in Rovišće

    Colin Bucknor, Regional Security Officer, delivered a lecture on influential African Americans and on importance of the Black History Month to a group of students who attentively listened to stories about the most influential men and women in U.S. politics, business, entertainment, and sports. In Rovišće on February 3, 2015

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  • U.S. Sponsored Julia Taft Fund for Refugees (In English)

    The United States Embassy in Zagreb is seeking proposals for the 2015 Julia Taft Fund for Refugees . The Taft Fund is a one-time grant for up to $25,000 to support projects sponsored by Croatian non-governmental organizations that assist refugees or refugee returnees in Croatia. The Embassy will be accepting proposals until Monday, April 20, 2015. Approved recipients of the grant will be notified in summer 2015. 

  • FULBRIGHT  SCHOLARSHIP COMPETITION FOR CROATIAN CITIZENS OPENS
    FULBRIGHT SCHOLARSHIP COMPETITION FOR CROATIAN CITIZENS OPENS

    We are pleased to announce that the competition for 2016-17 Fulbright pre-doctoral and post-doctoral research grants in the United States will be open from March 1 – May 1, 2015.  

  • Alumni Grants for 2015

    We are no longer accepting applications for 2015 alumni grants. Please check in December 2015 for the announcement of next year’s program.  

  • 2015 Benjamin Franklin Transatlantic Summer Institute

    We are no longer accepting applications for this year’s Benjamin Franklin Fellowship. Please check in January 2016 for the announcement of next year’s program 

  • Nonimmigrant Visas Appointment, Payment, and Delivery Procedures Are Changing:

    Starting December 10, 2012, all NIV applicants will utilize a new system to schedule and pay for visa interview appointments. For more information on this change, please click on title. To avoid delays in visa scheduling, the U.S. Embassy recommends that anyone traveling before January 31, 2013 apply for a visa before December 10, 2012 using the current system. Please click here to check NIV interview availability prior to December 10, 2012.  NIV interview availability: »

  • Information pertaining to missing American veterans of the Second World War

    The U.S. Department of Defense is seeking information pertaining to missing American veterans of the Second World War who were last known to be in Croatia. The United States is committed to locating and identifying all Americans who died in the service of their country.   Na hrvatskom »

  • Social Security Recipients in Croatia Will No Longer Receive Paper Checks

    By December 31, 2012, the Social Security Administration will no longer process and issue paper checks to its beneficiaries living in Croatia or elsewhere in the world. All benefits will be paid only through Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) on a monthly basis either to a beneficiary’s U.S. bank account or to Zagrebačka Banka. No other Croatian banks are authorized to receive the EFT payments.  

  • WARNING TO DIVERSITY VISA LOTTERY APPLICANTS ON FRAUDULENT OFFERS

    The Embassy of the United States of America in Croatia wishes to advise the public of a recent increase in fraudulent emails sent to Croatian citizens soliciting payment for immigration visa issuance.  

  • Embassy Outreach Program - American Speakers

    U.S. Embassy in Zagreb provides Croatian schools, universities, NGOs and other organizations the opportunity to meet Embassy and Consulate staff to learn more about the United States.  

  • Croatian Visa and Residence Permits for U.S. Citizens

    Croatia has recently enacted changes to its visa law such that families of non-EU nationals in Croatia on temporary work visas will not be able to obtain resident status until the principal applicant has been resident in Croatia for 2 years...  

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