The constitution and other laws and policies protect religious freedom and, in practice, the government generally respected religious freedom.
There were isolated reports of societal abuses or discrimination based on religious affiliation, belief, or practice.
Although the U.S. government did not maintain a resident embassy in the country, the U.S. Ambassador to Fiji was accredited to the government. Representatives of the U.S. Embassy in Suva, Fiji, visited the country and discussed religious freedom issues with the government and nongovernmental organizations.