Welcome to the Barbados Honorary Consul of Atlanta

Informational Website

 








PM Mottley Announces New Look Cabinet
The Cabinet of Barbados not only has a team of new ministers, but also a new structure.
The Cabinet was announced by Prime Minister, Mia Amor Mottley, on Saturday, ahead of a public swearing-in ceremony scheduled for Sunday, May 27, at the Bay Street Esplanade. Read More
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Welcome to the informational website for the Honorary Consulate of Barbados in Atlanta. If you are interested in obtaining information about Barbados, planning a visit to Barbados, relocating to the island after living overseas, need passport information or need assistance in resettlement, this site is here to help you.


The Barbados Honorary Consulate in Atlanta is an extension of The Consulate General of Barbados in Miami, Florida and functions under the auspices of the Barbados Embassy in Washington, D.C. and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Barbados.


This website provides basic information on Barbados for first time visitors to the island and also serves as a resource for BarbadianAmericans and other individuals in Georgia. We have included links to various government offices, government Ministries and Consulates. The website also provides guides to information and services that you may find helpful as a visitor and or a returning national. The Honorary Consul in Atlanta does not process Visas or Passports. These functions are handled by the Consulate in Miami for the Southeast Region,


For additional information on Barbados and/ or to take a virtual tour of the island please feel free to explore the following websites at your leisure.


(www.Barbados.org) (www.foreign.gov.bb)

Webmaster:  Dr Sharon Squires Drsquiresscdc@gmail.com

Barbados National Pledge

I pledge allegiance 
to my country Barbados and to my flag,
To uphold and defend their honour, and by my living to do credit to my nation, wherever I go.

National Flower: Pride of Barbados

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David Cutting

Honorary Consul of Barbados At Atlanta

E-mail: atlbarbadosconsulate@gmail.com

For Information - 678-907-5887

Prime Minister Mia Mottley announcing her Cabinet at Government Headquarters today. (C.Pitt/BGIS)

Barbados Elections Are Over: The People Have Spoken

Prime Minister’s Statement to the Nation
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