We would like to thank everyone who responded to our previous inquiry gauging interest in a town hall meeting for U.S. citizens in Ukraine. As a result of your expressed interest, the meeting will officially take place Friday, July 31 from 3:00 – 5:00 p.m. at the new America House, Mykoly Pymonenka 6, Kyiv.
Topics to be covered at the Town Hall will include:
- The general security situation in Ukraine, including recommendations for U.S. citizens to stay safe and build contingency plans;
- The role of the Embassy in emergency situations – what we can and cannot do;
- The Embassy’s warden system, and planned improvements to ensure Embassy communication with you in emergency situations;
- Voting in the 2016 general elections, including how to vote from overseas;
- A Q&A with the head of the Social Security Administration’s European operations, discussing issues related to receiving your benefits while in Ukraine.
As a bonus, if you would like assistance creating an online “MySocialSecurity” account, experts will be on hand beginning at 2 p.m. at America House to assist you. Please let us know in advance if you plan on using this service.
This event is open to all U.S. citizen adults currently in Ukraine, so we encourage you to spread the word to those who may be interested in attending. Please be sure to register your interest if you plan to attend via email at KyivACS@state.gov at your earliest convenience. You will need to present your U.S. passport (or other proof of U.S. citizenship) at the door. We look forward to welcoming you to America House and seeing you for our town hall meeting on July 31!
American Citizen Services