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Registering With Your Embassy

When traveling or living in Ecuador, it's a good idea to register with your embassy so that you can be contacted and assisted in the event of an emergency in Ecuador, such as civil unrest, terrorism or a natural disaster, or informed of a family emergency in your home country.

Registering with your embassy is free and can be done online before you arrive in Quito or at your embassy once you arrive. All you need to do is provide certain travel information and personal details, including your passport number, and address and contact info in Quito, as well as emergency contact details in your home country.

If you choose not to register with your embassy, it is recommended that you leave a detailed travel itinerary and contact details with family or friends at home, and provide them with the Quito-based embassy's contact information.

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09 Oct 2013

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