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  HOME | Job Openings in the Americas

US State Department Looking to Hire Portuguese-Speaking Consular Adjudicators

Currently, we are hiring Consular Adjudicators with fluency in Portuguese.

You can use your Portuguese language skills as a Consular Adjudicator to contribute to a more democratic, secure and prosperous world. We need U.S. citizens with fluency in Portuguese to work as limited non-career appointment (LNA) Consular adjudicators in high volume posts in Brazil.

Initially, these appointments are for a period of 18 months, and then renewable for up to five years, based on satisfactory performance and the needs of the Foreign Service. An LNA appointment will not lead to further employment with the U.S. Department of State or conversion to another form of employment. For specific requirements, and to apply, please visit careers.state.gov/CALNAPY.

After reading the vacancy announcement, if you have specific questions, please post them on the Foreign Service Consular Adjudicator forum found in the Engage>Forums section on the careers site.

Please note that candidates will only be able to apply once a year.

Since we now offer three different positions with separate language requirements, we encourage you to update your subscription to receive email updates for the specific language in which you have fluency.


 

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