Embassies and Consulates on Saba

Embassies and consulates can help travelers in need of assistance

 

Embassies and consulates can provide vital medical, legal, and financial direction to citizens who are traveling outside of their home country. Travelers on Saba who need assistance should contact the local embassy or consulate that serves the island.

With an area of only 5 square miles and fewer than 25,000 visitors annually, there are no embassies or consulates stationed on Saba itself. Although crime is generally not a problem, medical issues and hurricanes can threaten travelers on the small island.

Should a medical emergency, natural disaster, or a civil problem occur while you are staying on Saba, your local embassy or consulate can assist in securing medical help, finances, and communication. While embassies and consulates cannot serve as doctors, banks, or lawyers, they can help you find those services.

Your consulate and embassy can also assist you in the unlikely event that you are victim of a crime or are charged with a crime. If you become the victim of a crime, contact the local law enforcement authorities and your embassy and consulate. If you happen to be charged with a crime while staying on Saba, your local embassy or consular agent can help you understand the legal system and direct you to legal representation.

Prevention is the best cure. Consider looking through your country's tips for citizens who are traveling abroad. Citizens of the United States can consult the Bureau of Consular Affairs Web site for a list of safe travel tips (http://travel.state.gov/travel/tips/safety/safety_1747.html).

The following is a list of relevant embassies and consulates for vacationers on Saba. Information is subject to change, so travelers may wish to confirm phone numbers prior to traveling.

Embassies and consulates serving Saba:

Country Location
Contact Information
United States Consulate General
- Curaçao
J.B. Gorsiraweg #1
Willemstad, Curaçao
599-9-461-3066
http://www.amcongencuracao.an/
United States Embassy
- Barbados
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce Building
Broad Street
Bridgetown, Barbados

246-436-4950 : (main)
246-431-0225 (consular)
http://bridgetown.usembassy.gov
E-mail: consularbridge2@state.gov
British High Commission
- Barbados
Lower Collymore Rock
PO Box 676
Bridgetown, Barbados
246-430-7800
246-430-7860 (Fax)
http://www.britishhighcommission.gov.uk/
E-mail: britishhcb@sunbeach.net
British Consulate
- Curaçao
Jan Sofat 38 P.O. Box 3803
Willemstad, Curaçao
599-9-747-3322
E-mail: britconcur@attglobal.net
Canadian High Commission
- Barbados
Bishop's Court Hill
Bridgetown, Barbados
246-429-3550
246-429-3780 (Fax)
http://www.dfait-maeci.gc.ca/barbados/menu-en.asp
E-mail: bdgtn@international.gc.ca
Honorary Consul of Canada Maduro and Curiel's Bank
2-4 Plaza Jojo Correa
Curaçao
599-9-466-1115
Australian Embassy in Chile Isidora Goyenechea 3621
12th and 13th Floors
Las Condes
Santiago, Chile
56-2-550-3500
http://www.chile.embassy.gov.au/
E-mail: consular.santiago@dfat.gov.au
Australian High Commission for Barbados 1 Culloden Rd
St. Michael, Barbados
246-436-2990
246-429-6652 (Fax)
E-mail: barbados@foreign.gov.bb

In the event of an emergency or natural disaster, it can be helpful for countries to have a list of its citizens traveling in that area. Travelers are advised to register their international trip with their home department of state, travel, or foreign affairs. In the United States, citizens can register their trip abroad with the State Department (https://travelregistration.state.gov/ibrs/ui/).

Residents of Saba may also need to enlist the help of embassies and consulates as they travel abroad. Although Saba was granted responsibility for handling its own affairs on the island in 1954, embassies and consulates of the Netherlands still represent its citizens when abroad.

Royal Netherlands embassies and consulates:

Country Location
Contact Information
Royal Netherlands Embassy
- Washington D.C.
4200 Linnean Avenue NW,
Washington, DC 20008 USA
202-244-5300
http://www.netherlands-embassy.org/homepage.asp
Royal Netherlands Consulate General
- Chicago
303 E. Wacker Drive Suite 2600
Chicago, IL 60601 USA
312-856-0110
http://www.cgchicago.org/homepage.asp
Royal Netherlands Consulate General
- Los Angeles
11766 Wilshire Blvd. Suite 1150
Los Angeles CA 90025 USA
310-268-1598
http://www.ncla.org/homepage.asp
Royal Netherlands Consulate General
- Miami
701 Brickell Ave 5th Floor
Miami, FL 33131
786-866-0480
http://www.cgmiami.org/homepage.asp
Royal Netherlands Consulate General
- New York
1 Rockefeller Plaza 11th Floor
New York, NY 10020-2094 USA
212-246-1429
http://www.cgny.org/homepage.asp
Royal Netherlands Consulate
- Puerto Rico
P.O. Box 79650
Carolina
Puerto Rico 00984-7650
787-759-9400
787-721-2748 (Fax)
E-mail: consul@coqui.net
Royal Netherlands Embassy
- United Kingdom
38 Hyde Park Gate
London SW7 5DP
United Kingdom
00-44-0-20-75903200
http://www.netherlands-embassy.org.uk/
Royal Netherlands Embassy
- Trinidad and Tobago
PO Box 870
69-71 Edward Street
Port of Spain
00-1-868-6251210
http://www.holland.tt
Royal Netherlands Embassy
- Canada
Constitution Square Building
350 Albert Street, suite 2020
Ottawa, ON K1R 1A4
613-237-5030
http://www.netherlandsembassy.ca/
Royal Netherlands Embassy
- Australia
120 Empire Circuit
Yarralumla, ACT 2600
61-0-2-6220-9400
http://www.netherlands.org.au/pages/index_en.asp
Royal Netherlands Embassy
- New Zealand
Investment House
Corner of Featherston / Ballance Streets
Wellington
00-64-4-471-6390
00-64-4-471-2923 (Fax)
http://www.netherlandsembassy.co.nz/
Royal Netherlands Embassy
- France
7-9 Rue Eblé
75007 Paris, France
00-33-1-40623300
http://www.amb-pays-bas.fr/
Royal Netherlands Consulate
- Guadeloupe
GVH Boîte Postale 2324
97187 JARRY CEDEX
Guadeloupe
00-590-387500
00-590-387501
Royal Netherlands Embassy
- Belgium
Herrmann Debrouxlaan 48
1160 Brussels
00-32-2-67-91-711
00-32-2-67-91-773 (Fax)
http://www.nederlandseambassade.be/
Royal Netherlands Embassy
- Mexico
Av. Vasco de Quiroga 3000 -7. Piso
Colonia Santa Fé
01210 México, D.F.
00-52-55-52589921
00-52-55-52588138 (Fax)
http://www.paisesbajos.com.mx/

The occasional hurricane, crime, or medical emergency on Saba could mean that visitors need to enlist the help of their local embassy and consulate. Travelers should register their trip to Saba and keep a list of important contacts that includes the number of the nearest consular agent.

 

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