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Consul General

Mrs. Abir Taha Audi


Executive Assistant

Mrs. Maha Karnib

Tel: 1 (212) 744-7905, ext 7

Fax: 1 (212) 794-1510

Email:maha.karnib@nylebcons.org


Assistant

Mrs. Karine Diab

Tel: 1 (212) 744-7905, ext 103

Email:karine.diab@nylebcons.org


Accounting

Mr. Maher Takkoush

Tel: 1 (212) 744-7905, ext 5

Email:maher.takkoush@nylebcons.org


Passport / Visa

Mr. Gaby Noufaily

Tel: 1 (212) 744-7905, ext 1

Email:gaby.noufaily@nylebcons.org


Mr. Ayman Salman

Email:ayman.salman@nylebcons.org


Legalization/ Powers of Attorney

Mr.Habib Osman

Tel: 1 (212) 744-7905, ext 2

Email:habib.habib@nylebcons.org


Registration of Vital Events

Mr.Tony Barkachy

Tel: 1 (212) 744-7905, ext 3

Email:tony.barkachy@nylebcons.org

 

 
 
Important Notice

Due to the Corona virus threat, and in order to safeguard the health of our staff, citizens and visitors, the Consulate General of Lebanon in New York will only be receiving formalities by mail. 

All emergencies will be dealt with on a case by case basis and by appointment, until further notice.

Thank you for your understanding.

 
 


 
 
The Lebanese Expats Job and Business Forum Initiative

 

The Consulate General of Lebanon in New York launches 

The Lebanese Expats Job and Business Forum Initiative” 

in New York and the Northeast US 


- A job is a donation for every day -

 

- Project Objective: to help Lebanese students, young professionals, and citizens who lost their jobs or businesses find work, as well as to support small and medium-sized Lebanese enterprises impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic and ensuing financial crisis. 

- Overview:

In the midst of the unprecedented socio-economic crisis which threatens the very existence of the Lebanon we know and love, and the well-being of our Lebanese compatriots back home, a crisis that was deepened and widened after the port blast that destroyed part of our capital Beirut and left over 300,000 Lebanese citizens without shelter and in dire need of the basic necessities of survival, the Lebanese Diaspora is called on once again to help our beloved country and compatriots overcome this existential crisis.

Indeed, the Lebanese Diaspora has never failed our Homeland; in addition to its pivotal role in preserving and reflecting the true face of Lebanon, its millenarian civilization, culture, and its role of enlightenment in the Middle East and all over the world, our Diaspora, throughout history, has played an important role in Lebanon’s economic prosperity, with direct money pouring into the country every year exceeding 10 billion USD in capital inflows and direct investments, thus helping Lebanon overcome economic hardships and contributing in maintaining its vibrant economy and sustainable development.

Today, as always, our Diaspora is greatly helping our beloved Lebanon by sending donations and all kinds of assistance to our fellow citizens in need through US-based reputable and well-established NGOs.  


Based on the above, the Consulate General of Lebanon in New York wishes to mobilize the Diaspora, in that same spirit of solidarity and national unity, in order to help our own Expats in New York and US Northeast overcome their own hardships caused by the Covid-19 pandemic and ensuing economic crisis, through a double initiative, “The Lebanese Expats Job and Business Forum Initiative.” This double initiative aims to put into place a continuous Job and Business Forum in order to help support our Lebanese businesses as well as help our Lebanese Expats find jobs, thus supporting their families and our Beloved Lebanon during this existential socio-economic crisis which is shaking the very foundations of our society. 


Project Description: 

A- The Lebanese Expats Job Forum and Job Bank Initiative:

It aims to help find jobs for our unemployed Lebanese compatriots in general, and fresh graduates and students in particular, with priority given to the most dire humanitarian cases.

While the Consulate General is keen on respecting U.S. laws and jurisdictions pertaining to student visa and immigration rules and requirements, Lebanese students and fresh graduates will be given top priority in the Consulate’s job initiative, especially that their parents in Lebanon are enduring great financial difficulties to pay their tuition fees, shelter and living expenses in the USA, difficulties compounded by Lebanese banks’ stringent restrictions on money transfers to their children living in the U.S.. In this regard, the Consulate General urges Lebanese businesses, enterprises, and associations, to hire competent, qualified and talented Lebanese people.  

To that end, the Consulate General of Lebanon in New York invites Lebanese-owned businesses to send us their job offers (with detailed job description) and invites Lebanese Expats in search of work to send us their job demands (with a brief bio, and to specify their employment preferences), so that the Consulate can connect employers and potential employees in a virtual job market and networking platform.


- The Job Bank: 

In order to ensure continuity, the Consulate General will set up a “Job Data Bank” to store all bios and Job offers for present and future matching of the job offers and demands.

The Applicants and Job opportunity providers are invited to regularly send us their updated data.


B- The Business Forum Initiative: “Buy Lebanese to Help Hire Lebanese” Initiative:

To complement and further strengthen its Job Forum Initiative, the Consulate General of Lebanon in New York simultaneously launches this initiative, whereby we urge Lebanese businesses and enterprises to buy Lebanese in all business categories: services, food, hospitality, utilities, IT, contracting, handcraft... firstly, in order to help Lebanese businesses which have been hardly impacted or even ruined by the Corona pandemic and lockdown; and secondly, to help these Lebanese businesses hire Lebanese people.

In this regard, the Consulate General shall spare no effort or time to promote the Lebanese as well as non-Lebanese businesses that are keen on employing Lebanese people, especially students, fresh graduates, and young professionals.

Combined and intrinsically linked, the two initiatives of the Consulate General of Lebanon in New York and North East, the “Expats Job Forum” and the “Buy Lebanese to Help Hire Lebanese,” are a call for unity and solidarity between the constituents of the Lebanese diaspora, and a call for support and solidarity between Lebanon and its friends.


Please email us your job offers (with a detailed job description) as well as your job demands (with bios, indicating job preference), with contact details (please specify in the subject line: “Lebanese Expats Job & Business Forum Initiative” to: info@nylebcons.org

 

Together we will prevail
God bless the Land of Cedars
God bless America
 
 


 
 
National Tragedy

The Consulate General of Lebanon in New York extends its deepest sympathies and sincerest condolences to all our Lebanese compatriots in Lebanon and around the globe, following the horrific explosion which rocked Beirut on August 4, 2020, and the catastrophe that ensued. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all the victims of this tragedy and their families. May God bless and protect our beloved Lebanon.

 
 


 
 
Attention Travelers to Lebanon

Starting September 23, 2020, new mandatory regulations related to traveling to Lebanon will be implemented; all travelers to Lebanon must submit a negative PCR test result, provided that the test is conducted no less than 96 hours prior to traveling, that is, 4 days before the travel date, before they get the boarding pass. Travelers must also fill out a form issued by the Ministry of Public Health and available online at the following link: https://arcg.is/0GaDnG, prior to boarding the plane bound for Lebanon.

 
 


 
 
Reacquiring The Lebanese Citizenship

Dear Fellow Lebanese,

We would like to inform you that the Lebanese pertinent authorities, pursuant to Law # 41 “Reacquiring the Lebanese Citizenship” dated November 24, 2015, have started taking applications from members of the Lebanese diaspora to reacquire the Lebanese citizenship. The said Law stipulates that applications should be submitted before November 25, 2025.

Applications will be considered by a committee within the Ministry of Interior and Municipalities of Lebanon. Applicants can appeal the decisions of the said committee within a month from the time they are legally notified of such decisions at the address they specified in their applications.

Persons eligible to apply should have their names or the names of their paternal ancestors, or male relatives on their father’s side, listed on the records of the census of  1921 – 1924, either residents or immigrants registers, and/or the records of the census of 1932, immigrants registers, available at the Ministry of Interior and Municipalities.

Please click on the link below to learn more about the requirements.

 

Click here

 
 


  Information

Consulate General of Lebanon

9 E. 76th St.
New York, NY 10021

Tel:  (212) 744-7905
Fax: (212) 794-1510
Email:info@nylebcons.org

Hours of Operation: Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM until 3:00 PM, except for national holidays.

All consular formalities will be delivered the next business day by 1:00 pm.


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  Holiday Schedule 2020

The Consulate General of Lebanon in New York observes the following Lebanese and American holidays as listed here.
 


 
 
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