citizens should consult the Country Specific Information for Guinea and the Worldwide Caution, both located on the Department of State's Bureau of Consular Affairs website.
What does BCA stand for?
BCA stands for Bureau of Consular Affairs
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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We have 428 other meanings of BCA in our Acronym Attic
- Building Commissioning Association
- Building Consent Authority (various locations)
- Building Conservation Associates, Inc
- Building Contractors Association
- Building Control Authority (various locations)
- Bulk Choice Advantage (DirecTV)
- Bunda College of Agriculture (Malawi)
- Buoyant Cable Antenna
- Bureau Canadien des Archivistes (French)
- Bureau of Canadian Archivists
- Bureau of Criminal Apprehension
- Burlington City Arts (Vermont)
- Burren College of Art (Ireland)
- Burst Cutting Area
- Business Case Analysis
- Business Centre Association (UK Serviced Office Trade Association)
- Business Computer Applications, Inc (Atlanta, Georgia)
- Business Consumer Alliance
- Business Contracts Architecture
- Business Cooperation Agreement (various companies)
Samples in periodicals archive:
US citizens traveling abroad were asked to regularly monitor the US Department of State's Bureau of Consular Affairs website where current worldwide cautions and travel warnings and country-specific information can be found.
The US Embassy in Sofia has asked Bulgarian citizens to disregard letters or emails stating that the recipient is a Diversity Visa Program winner - commonly known as the "Green Card Lottery" a including those that claim to be sent on behalf of the US Department of State or Bureau of Consular Affairs.
November 12, 2010 (WASHINGTON) -- The United States has refused far less visitors visa from Sudan than any other year since 2006, according to statistical data released by the bureau of consular affairs at the US Department of State.
The Bureau of Consular Affairs has a variety of mechanisms to monitor its provision of emergency services; however, all of these mechanisms have limitations and, as a result, Consular Affairs cannot be assured it is allocating its resources effectively.