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Consular Services Day in Rennes on February 3, 2017

The U.S. Embassy in Paris, in collaboration with the American Presence Post in Rennes is pleased to announce the provision of off-site consular services on February 3, 2017. Applicants for first passports, passport renewals, report of births, and notarial services must schedule an appointment through the Embassy in order to receive services at the off-site location. Appointments will be provided on a

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Workshop with I Learn America

April 28 and 29, 2016 the U.S. Consulate for Western France hosted director Jean-Michel Dissard for a series of workshops and screenings of his documentary film “I Learn America.” Organized in cooperation with the Board of Education and the Franco-American Institute, the program included five middle and high schools and nearly 300 students. Mr. Dissard encouraged the students to share

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APP Rennes Talks About the Civil Rights Movement at Selma Screening

On April 13, 2015, Public Affairs Specialist Eva Prévost participated in the screening of the film Selma that the U.S. Consulate for Western France co-organized with the Gaumont cinema in Rennes, and the local chapter of “SOS Racisme” association. Prevost highlighted the 50th anniversary of the march between Selma and Montgomery. She also introduced the 4-minute video of Congressman John

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Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) Symposium in Rennes

On April 10, 2015, in conjunction with the “Maison de l’Europe” and the World Trade Center (WTC) of Rennes, the U.S. Consulate for Western France organized a debate entitled “TTIP and Business”. Following introductions by WTC President Cécile Vignaud, Maison de l’Europe President Jeanne-Françoise Hutin and Consul Tashawna Bethea, keynote speaker Mitchell Moss gave a presentation on current TTIP negotiations,

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APP Rennes Opens the American Movie Festival in Nantes

In partnership with the “Bonne Garde” cinema in Nantes, the Maison des États-Unis cultural center organized a movie festival featuring a popular American movie once a month for a six-month period starting with Brian de Palma’s Carrie. On November 4, Consul Tashawna Bethea joined Ma-Woury Cissé, City of Nantes Council member in charge of International Affairs, the President of the

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