U.S. Consulate Closures Due to COVID-19

Afghanistan

As of March 15, 2020, all routine consular services are suspended at Embassy Kabul.

Services for American citizens, such as notaries, visa processing, and passport renewals are suspended until March 28, 2020 or until further notice due to ongoing coronavirus concerns. All appointments for U.S. citizens scheduled during this time are cancelled. Individuals will be contacted by the Embassy for new appointment times.

The Embassy will continue to provide emergency assistance for U.S. citizens during this time.

Algeria

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. Embassy in Algeria is postponing all routine visa appointments until further notice.

The Embassy will resume normal visa processing and other operations as soon as possible. However, it does not have a specific date at this time.

Individuals are encouraged to check for updates on the Embassy’s website. Those needing urgent assistance for travel, non-immigrant visas, immigrant visas, or diversity visas should email the Embassy for further assistance. 

Amsterdam

Effective immediately, the U.S. Consulate Amsterdam is limiting regular consular services in response to the Dutch government’s emergency decree on COVID-19.

The Consulate will provide emergency services only until further notice. Individuals who require emergency assistance are advised to email or call the Consulate. 

Armenia

Until further notice, the U.S. Embassy in Armenia is cancelling all routine non-immigrant visa services due to coronavirus.

The Embassy will notify the public when it intends to resume normal operations.

Until further notice, individuals should contact the Embassy by phone or email to request an emergency appointment. 

Argentina

In response to the international COVID-19 outbreak, the U.S. Embassy Buenos Aires is suspending all regular consular services.

The Embassy will remain open for emergency services only until further notice.

U.S. citizens who require emergency American Citizens Services should contact the Embassy via email for help.

Australia

Beginning March 17, 2020, the U.S. Mission to Australia is limiting its operations due to COVID-19.

The Mission will only provide limited support until further notice. Emergency services, including emergency visa processing, are still available. Mail-in processing services will still be provided.

Austria

On March 11, 2020, the U.S. Embassy Vienna announced a suspension of regular visa services until further notice.

The Embassy’s announcement is consistent with the Trump Administration’s Presidential Proclamation that suspends entry into the U.S. for travelers who were physically present in the Schengen Area up to 14 days prior to their attempted entry to the U.S.

The U.S. Embassy Vienna will continue providing visa services for select categories including flight crews, officials and diplomats, family members of U.S. citizens, and several other limited categories.

Individuals with scheduled appointments who are not included in the list of limited categories are advised to reschedule their appointments at a later date.

Azerbaijan

Starting March 13, 2020, the US Embassy in Baku cancelled all routine non-immigrant visa appointments.

The Embassy will resume regular visa services as soon as it can. However, it has not yet released a date for regular services to resume.

The Embassy is still open for emergency services. Individuals needing emergency assistance are asked to request an emergency appointment through the Embassy’s website.

Bahamas

Effective March 16, 2020, the U.S. Embassy Nassau is suspending all regular immigrant and non-immigrant visa appointments.

The U.S. Embassy is reducing non-emergency operations until further notice as advised by the Ministry of Health of The Bahamas.

The Embassy will resume normal operations at a later date. It will notify the public when it reopens for routine services.

Individuals needing urgent assistance may contact the Embassy by phone or email to request an emergency appointment. 

Bahrain

Due to continuing coronavirus concerns, the U.S. Embassy Manama is limiting its routine consular services until further notice.

The Embassy will assist U.S. citizens with emergency needs. It also recommends that U.S. citizens ensure their passports have a six month-minimum validity before their passports expire.

Individuals can visit the Embassy’s website for passport renewal information or to request emergency assistance.

Bangladesh

Starting March 19, 2020, the U.S. Embassy Dhaka will provide essential services only to U.S. citizens in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Embassy’s regular services will be postponed through April 12, 2020. Individuals can schedule Consular Report of Birth Abroad (CRBA) and Passport appointments as usual online for dates after April 12, 2020. Applicants needing notarial services are asked to email the Embassy for an appointment.

Emergency visa services will be offered on a case-by-case basis until further notice.

Barbados

Effective immediately, the U.S. Embassy in Bridgetown is suspending all regular immigrant and non-immigrant visa appointments in response to coronavirus concerns.

The Embassy will resume routine services at a future date. It will provide more details as they are available. The Embassy will continue its Interview Waiver Program (IWP) and Renewal Interview Waiver (RIW) at this time.

Individuals can still request appointments for immediate travel, immigrant, and non-immigrant visa assistance by calling or emailing the Embassy.

Belarus

To prevent the spread of coronavirus, the U.S. Embassy in Mink will stop non-immigrant visa services until further notice.

The U.S. Embassy will continue providing limited services to U.S. citizens.

The Embassy will resume normal operations and full non-immigrant visa services when the threat of coronavirus has dissipated. However, it does not have a specific date at this time. 

Belgium

Due to ongoing coronavirus concerns, the U.S. Embassy Brussels is suspending all non-emergency consular services until further notice.

The Embassy will remain open for essential American Citizens Services only at this time, including issuing emergency passports.

U.S. citizens who need assistance should visit the Embassy’s website. 

Benin

Effective March 30, 2020, the U.S. Embassy Cotonou will be closed for all non-essential consular services due to coronavirus.

At this time, the Embassy anticipates a closure through April 13, 2020 in accordance with local health recommendations. U.S. citizens who require emergency American Citizens services or emergency visa appointments should contact the Embassy via email.

Bolivia

In response to ongoing coronavirus concerns, the U.S. Embassy in La Paz has cancelled all routine non-immigrant visa appointments until further notice.

The Embassy will resume routine visa services as quickly as possible. However, it is unable to provide a date at this time.

The Embassy will provide emergency services to U.S. citizens at this time. Anyone needing assistance can visit the Embassy’s Visa Appointment Website to request an emergency appointment. 

Bosnia & Herzegovina

Until further notice, the U.S. Embassy has suspended all regular consular services because of coronavirus.

The Embassy will remain open for emergency services only at this time, including reports of birth abroad and passport issuance.

Anyone needing urgent assistance is asked to visit the Embassy’s website for more information and to schedule an appointment.

Botswana

Until further notice, the U.S. Embassy Gaborone has cancelled all regular consular services due to ongoing coronavirus concerns.

The Embassy will remain open for emergency American Citizen Services only at this time, including issuing emergency passports.

U.S. citizens who require immediate assistance can find more information on the Embassy’s website. 

Brazil

Due to ongoing health concerns about coronavirus, the U.S. Embassy Brasilia will only provide U.S. citizens with emergency services at this time.

Routine services that are not related to urgent travel or safety, such as routine passport renewals, will be postponed until further notice. All non-urgent appointments scheduled from March 17, 2020 on are cancelled until further notice.

Individuals may contact the Embassy by email to request an emergency appointment. The Embassy asks anyone needing service to avoid in-person appearances at the Embassy without prior authorization.

Bulgaria

Beginning immediately, the U.S. Embassy in Sofia is suspending all non-emergency appointments for consular services until further notice to mitigate the spread of coronavirus.

U.S. citizens are encouraged to check the Embassy’s website for more information on the closures and for updates as to when the Embassy resumes normal operations. Non-immigrant visa applicants are encouraged to monitor the Embassy’s website for information on rescheduling a cancelled appointment. Individuals with previously-scheduled immigrant visa appointments will be contacted to re-schedule their interviews when the Embassy reopens for normal services.

Individuals should email the Embassy to request an appointment for urgent matters. 

Burkina Faso

Due to ongoing coronavirus concerns, the U.S. Embassy Ouagadougou has suspended all regular consular services.

Until further notice, the Embassy will provide emergency services only to U.S. citizens, including issuing emergency passports.

More information for emergency assistance is available through the Embassy’s website.

Burundi

Effective immediately, the U.S. Embassy Bujumbura is suspending all routine consular services due to government restrictions for coronavirus.

At this time, the Embassy will only provide emergency services for U.S. citizens, including issuing emergency passports.

U.S. citizens who require immediate assistance should visit the Embassy’s website for further information. 

Cameroon

As of March 24, 2020, the U.S. Embassy Yaounde is restricting consular services due to coronavirus.

At this time, the Embassy is providing emergency services only to U.S. citizens.

Individuals may contact the Embassy for assistance with emergency American Citizens services, including evacuation assistance and emergency passports. Prior to contacting the Embassy, individuals should be prepared to provide a surname, telephone number, email address, current location, and brief description of his/her situation or request. The same information must be provided for every U.S. citizen in the individual’s group.

Individuals should email the Embassy for support. 

Canada

Effective March 17, 2020, Mission Canada is limiting normal operations due to COVID-19. The U.S. Embassy and Consulates General across Canada are suspending routine non-immigrant visa services until further notice.

Mission Canada will provide updates, as available, when routine services resume. The Consulate General in Montreal remains open for routine immigrant visa processing. It will notify applicants if they need to reschedule appointments for a later date.

At this time, U.S. citizens can still request emergency appointments.

Central African Republic

In response to the U.S. State Department’s COVID-19 Global Travel Advisory, the U.S. Embassy in Bangui is providing limited consular support at this time.

The U.S. Embassy has limited its staff and consular services until further notice. Therefore, it will only offer emergency services for U.S. citizens.

Individuals should visit the Embassy’s website for more information on coronavirus-related restrictions and operations.

Chad

On March 23, 2020, the U.S. Embassy N’Djamena is cancelling all routine non-immigrant visa services until further notice due to coronavirus.

The U.S. Embassy will resume all regular visa services as soon as quickly as possible.

Individuals needing immediate assistance, including urgent travel, should go to the Embassy’s website for instructions on scheduling an emergency appointment.

Chile

Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the U.S. Embassy is cancelling all non-emergency visa and non-immigrant visa appointments.

The Embassy will reopen for routine services as soon as possible. It will proceed with interview waiver renewal cases and will schedule a limited number of emergency appointments. The interruption is effective until further notice.

Individuals who need immediate assistance should visit the Embassy’s website to request an emergency appointment. 

China

On February 1, 2020, the U.S. Embassy China closed for routine services.

Until further notice, the U.S. Embassy China will provide emergency services only for U.S. citizens. On February 8, 2020, Mission China temporarily suspended its regular visa services at the U.S. Consulates General in Guangzhou, Shanghai, Shenyang, and Chengdu. The U.S. Embassy in Beijing has also suspended services. Ongoing concerns regarding COVID-19 have caused closures at the Embassy and Consulates until further notice. All locations have limited staff support and may not be available to respond to regular visa services. Additionally, a mandatory quarantine remains in effect for travelers returning to the U.S. from China.

Colombia

Due to coronavirus concerns, the U.S. Consular Agency in Barranquilla and the U.S. Embassy in Bogota are encouraging certain individuals to postpone their consular appointments.

Although no formal restrictions or closures have been announced, the U.S. Embassy and U.S. Consular Agency request that individuals who have been physically present in the Republic of China, have flu-like symptoms, or believe they may have been exposed to coronavirus within 14 days of their scheduled appointment are asked to reschedule at a later date.

Colombia (Updated 03.27.20)

Due to coronavirus concerns, the U.S. Embassy in Bogota has suspended all consular services until further notice, including routine and emergency services.

At this time, all diplomatic personnel have been withdrawn from the Embassy.

The Embassy will notify the public when it resumes normal operations. 

Costa Rica 

Starting March 18, 2020, the U.S. Embassy in Costa Rica will cancel or reduce non-immigrant visa appointments. 

The Embassy will make exceptions for emergencies and some H-2 applicants. It will issue a notification when routine services are expected to resume. 

Individuals requiring emergency assistance are asked to visit the Embassy’s website to request an appointment. 

Cote d’Ivoire

Until further notice, the U.S. Embassy Abidjan is suspending regular consular services over ongoing coronavirus concerns.

The Embassy will only provide emergency services for U.S. citizens at this time, including issuing emergency passports.

Individuals who need assistance should visit the Embassy’s website for more information. 

Cuba

The U.S. Embassy, Havana is suspending all regular U.S. citizen services and non-emergency appointments until further notice due to coronavirus.

Applicants with existing appointments will be contacted via email to reschedule when the Embassy resumes normal operations.

Due to limited staffing, the Embassy will provide emergency non-immigrant visa services and U.S. citizen services only until further notice. 

Curacao

In response to global coronavirus concerns, the U.S. Consulate General Curacao is suspending routine consular operations until further notice.

The Consulate General will continue to provide emergency services for U.S. citizens at this time, including issuing emergency passports.

Anyone who needs assistance should visit the Consulate General’s website for more information. 

Cyprus

In response to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, the U.S. Embassy Nicosia has suspended all non-emergency visa and U.S. citizen services.

The Embassy will offer limited services until further notice.

U.S. citizens who require immediate support should visit the Embassy’s website for more information. 

Czech Republic

Due to increasing coronavirus concerns, the U.S. Embassy in Prague has cancelled routine consular operations until further notice.

At this time, the U.S. Embassy remains open for emergency services only. Individuals requiring urgent assistance should visit the Embassy’s website for more information. 

Denmark

As of March 18, 2020, the U.S. Embassy in Copenhagen will suspend all non-emergency American Citizen Services due to coronavirus.

All routine passport, notary, loss of nationality, and citizenship appointments are cancelled until further notice. The Embassy will notify the public when it resumes normal operations. U.S. citizens can still request emergency passports for travel. Individuals requiring emergency assistance should contact the Embassy by email to make an appointment.

Democratic Republic of Congo

To control the spread of coronavirus, the U.S. Embassy Kinshasa has stopped regular consular services until further notice.

The Embassy will continue providing emergency Americans Citizens Services only during this time, including emergency passports.

U.S. citizens requiring urgent assistance should visit the Embassy’s website for more information. 

Djibouti

Due to ongoing coronavirus concerns, the U.S. Embassy in Djibouti has cancelled all routine consular operations.

The U.S. Embassy will continue to provide emergency services only for U.S. citizens until further notice, including emergency passports.

Individuals should email the Embassy for emergency support.

Dominican Republic

On March 16, 2020, the U.S. Embassy in Santo Domingo is postponing routine immigrant and non-immigrant visa appointments.

Until further notice, the Embassy will only provide limited services, including emergency assistance. The Embassy is also waiving the Consular interview requirement for non-immigrant visa applications. Individuals with scheduled visa appointments will be contacted by the Embassy to reschedule. Currently, the Embassy will provide American Citizens Services from Monday through Thursday. 

Ecuador

As part of enhanced measures to control the spread of COVID-19, the U.S. Embassy and Consulate in Quito are cancelling all regular immigrant and non-immigrant visa appointments.

The Embassy and Consulate will resume normal operations as quickly as they can. However, they are unable to provide a date at this time.

Non-immigrant visa applicants who need urgent assistance regarding immediate travel should email the Embassy or Consulate to schedule an appointment. Applicants should also submit a request for an expedited appointment at the same time.

Egypt

Due to the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. Embassy in Cairo will reduce its operations until further notice.

All routine appointments scheduled through April 9, 2020 are cancelled. Applicants are advised to reschedule their appointments through the Embassy’s website.

The Embassy will provide support for serious and urgent humanitarian and medical circumstances at this time. It will also continue immigrant visa processing and interview waiver applications.

Anyone needing support should contact the Embassy via email. In-person appearances at the Embassy are discouraged. 

Equatorial Guinea

Until further notice, the U.S. Embassy Malabo will provide emergency services only due to coronavirus.

The Embassy is currently suspending all routine consular operations. It will continue to provide select emergency services for U.S. citizens, including emergency passports and other special citizen services.

Anyone who needs assistance can visit the Embassy’s website for details.

Eritrea

Starting March 24, 2020, the U.S. Embassy Asmara and all U.S. Consulates in Eritrea are suspending routine consular services due to coronavirus.

The Embassy Asmara has cancelled all regular immigrant and non-immigrant visa services until further notice. The Embassy will remain open for emergency visa services and other urgent services. It will resume regular consular operations as soon as possible.

Applicants requiring urgent travel assistance or emergency services should contact the Embassy to request an appointment. 

Estonia

Consistent with the Presidential Proclamation on COVID-19, the U.S. Embassy Tallinn has suspended normal visa operations until further notice for U.S. citizens.

The Embassy will continue regular visa operations for select categories including flight crews, government officials and diplomats, and family members of U.S. citizens, among others.

The U.S. Embassy Tallinn will resume normal visa services as soon as possible.

Ethiopia

As of March 26, 2020, the U.S. Embassy in Addis Ababa is temporarily closed for routine consular services due to coronavirus.

Until further notice, the Embassy will suspend all non-emergency American Citizen Services, including authentications, notarials, Consular Reports of Birth or Death Abroad, and passport renewals.

The Embassy will provide limited emergency services to U.S. citizens, including immediate travel assistance and emergency passport services.

Anyone who needs assistance should email the Embassy with a description of the emergency situation.

Fiji

Starting March 20, 2020, the U.S. Embassy Suva is suspending all regular immigrant and non-immigrant visa appointments due to coronavirus.

The Embassy will resume operations at a later date. It will notify the public when it reopens for normal services.

The U.S. Embassy will remain open for emergency services. Individuals requiring immediate assistance should visit the Embassy’s website to schedule an emergency appointment. 

Finland

Starting March 17, 2020, the U.S. Embassy Helsinki will suspend all non-emergency appointments for consular services. The measure remains effective through April 9, 2020.

The Embassy’s announcement follows reports of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Finland and the issuance of a “Global Level 3 Health Advisory” by the U.S. Department of State that advises U.S. citizens to reconsider their plans to travel abroad due to widespread coronavirus.

At this time, the Embassy remains open for emergency services.

France

As of March 16, 2020, the U.S. Embassy in Paris and Consulate General in Marseille will only provide emergency visa services and emergency services for American citizens.

Currently, France is under a Global Level 3 Health Advisory. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommends avoiding all non-essential travel to France. The U.S. State Department advises U.S. citizens to reconsider travel to France until further notice.

Gabon

In response to continuing coronavirus concerns, the U.S. Embassy Libreville is closed for regular consular services.

The Embassy will resume normal operations at a later date when the COVID-19 threat subsides.

Currently, the Embassy will provide emergency services only until further notice. U.S. citizens should visit the Embassy’s website for more information on requesting emergency services, including emergency passports. 

The Gambia

The U.S. Embassy Banjul has announced suspension of routine consular services to limit the spread of COVID-19.

All non-emergency consular operations are cancelled at this time.

U.S. citizens can visit the Embassy’s website for more information on emergency services and requesting an appointment. 

Georgia

Immediately effective, the U.S. Embassy Tbilisi has cancelled routine consular services due to global coronavirus concerns.

The Embassy will provide emergency support to U.S. citizens only until further notice, including passports and other citizenship services.

Individuals who need immediate assistance should visit the Embassy’s website for more information. 

Germany

On March 16, 2020, the U.S. Embassy Berlin and Consulates General Munich and Frankfurt announced that they will only provide emergency services for U.S. citizens due to coronavirus.

These restrictions follow advisories issued by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Department of State advising against all non-essential travel to Germany and other locations around the world.

The restrictions remain effective until further notice.

Ghana

On March 18, 2020, the U.S. Embassy in Accra announced suspension of all routine visa services due to coronavirus.

The Embassy will remain open for emergency support only until further notice.

U.S. citizens who need immediate assistance should visit the Embassy’s website for more information. 

Greece

As of March 18, 2020, all non-emergency visa operations are suspended at the U.S. Embassy Athens due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

All visa appointments are cancelled at this time. Immigrant visa appointments will be rescheduled with the Embassy resumes normal operations. Individuals can reschedule non-immigrant visa appointments at a later date.

Emergency requests will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Individuals who need emergency assistance can request an appointment online. Individuals must show proof of flight travel to the U.S. and provide documentation verifying the need for urgent travel. 

Guatemala

Due to coronavirus concerns the U.S. Embassy in Guatemala is cancelling all routine immigrant and non-immigrant visa services at this time.

The Embassy will provide updates as to when it plans to resume regular consular services.

U.S. citizens can email the Embassy to request an emergency appointment or for urgent immigrant visa services. 

Guinea

As of March 20, 2020, the U.S. Embassy Conakry has cancelled all routine consular services over coronavirus concerns.

The Embassy will postpone all non-emergency consular services, including non-immigrant visa appointments, immigrant visa appointments, and DNA testing until further notice.

U.S. citizens who need emergency assistance and services, including emergency passports, should visit the Embassy’s website for further information.

Guyana

Starting March 21, 2020, the U.S. Embassy in Guyana will cancel all regular visa services for U.S. citizens due to government-imposed coronavirus restrictions.

The Embassy will offer emergency services only for U.S. citizens from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. on March 21, 2020.

U.S. citizens who need emergency passports or other immediate assistance can schedule an emergency appointment through the Embassy’s website.

Haiti

Amidst growing coronavirus concerns, the U.S. Embassy in Port Au Prince is suspending all non-urgent immigrant and non-immigrant visa appointments.

The Embassy will reopen for regular visa services as soon as possible. However, it is unable to provide a date at this time.

U.S. citizens should visit the Embassy’s website to request an emergency appointment.

Honduras

Until further notice, the U.S. Embassy in Tegucigalpa will suspend routine operations to reduce coronavirus transmission opportunities.

All regular visa services are cancelled at this time. The Embassy will notify the public when it re-opens for regular service.

U.S. citizens can find more information on requesting an emergency appointment on the Embassy’s website.

Hong Kong

Effective immediately, the U.S. Consulate General in Hong Kong and Macau is suspending all regular immigrant and non-immigrant visa appointments in response to coronavirus concerns.

The Embassy will resume normal operations as quickly as possible.

The Embassy will provide select emergency services for U.S. citizens at this time, including emergency non-immigrant visa appointments for medical purposes, student (F-1) travel, exchange visitor (J-1) travel, traveling for funerals, and essential business travel.

Individuals can request an emergency appointment through the Embassy’s website. 

Hungary

On March 13, the U.S. Embassy in Budapest announced restrictions for American Citizen Services and visa services.

Until further notice, all previously-scheduled appointments for U.S. citizens are cancelled. Emergency passport services will be offered during specific times. Visa applicants with appointments scheduled in the next 30 days are advised to visit the Embassy’s website for more information.

Iceland

As of March 12, 2020, the U.S. Embassy in Reykjavik is limiting all non-essential services to U.S. citizens due to ongoing coronavirus concerns.

The Embassy will continue providing necessary diplomatic functions only until further notice. Currently, emergency assistance is available for U.S. citizens between the hours of 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.

India

As of March 16, 2020, Mission India has suspended all routine consular services.

The U.S. Embassy in New Delhi will provide limited services until further notice. All non-emergency services are suspended for U.S. citizens. All scheduled visa appointments have been cancelled until further notice.

The Embassy remains open for emergency services at this time.

Indonesia

Effective March 16, 2020, the U.S. Embassy in Jakarta, Consular Agency in Bali, and Consulate General in Surabaya are offering limited services due to coronavirus concerns.

The Embassy, Consular Agency, and Consulate General have implemented social distancing measures in an effort to mitigate the spread of coronavirus. Individuals who feel ill or believe they may have been exposed to coronavirus are asked to call the offices rather than appearing in person.

Iraq

The U.S. Consulate General Erbil has announced suspension of all regular visa services until further notice due to coronavirus.

At this time, all previously scheduled visa appointments are cancelled. Applicants will be able to reschedule their appointments at a later date.

The Consulate General will remain open for emergency U.S. citizen services only. The U.S. Embassy in Baghdad has suspended all consular services.

Individuals who need emergency assistance can contact the Consulate General through email. 

Ireland

As of March 18, 2020, the U.S. Consulate in Belfast is cancelling all regular visa appointments due to coronavirus concerns.

The Consulate will resume appointments as soon as possible. Individuals will be contacted to reschedule their appointments for a later date.

Israel

The U.S. Embassy Jerusalem and the Embassy Branch Office Tel Aviv are suspending regular consular services until further notice due to coronavirus concerns.

The Embassy will provide emergency American Citizens Services at this time, including emergency passports.

U.S. citizens should visit the Embassy’s website for more information. 

Italy

As of March 10, 2020, the U.S. Embassy & Consulates in Italy is closed until further notice due to reductions in staffing. Currently, only emergency visa services are available for U.S. citizens at the U.S. Embassy in Rome and U.S. Consulates General in Naples, Milan, and Florence.

Jamaica

The U.S. Embassy in Kingston is cancelling all visa and consular services until further notice in response to coronavirus concerns.

The Embassy will provide limited emergency services at this time. Anyone who needs assistance should contact the Embassy by phone. 

Japan

Starting March 19, 2020, all Consulates and the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo will stop routine non-immigrant visa appointments. Routine notarial services are also suspended until further notice due to coronavirus.

Appointments scheduled for March 19, 2020 or later are cancelled. The Consulates and U.S. Embassy will resume regular visa services as soon as possible.

Individuals who need immediate assistance for travel should contact the Visa Call Center. 

Jordan

Effective March 23, 2020, the U.S. Embassy in Jordan is suspending routine operations due to coronavirus.

The Embassy will provide emergency services only to U.S. citizens until further notice. However, it has limited availability to process emergency requests at this time.

Individuals who need urgent assistance should contact the Embassy by email. 

Kazakhstan

As of March 19, 2020, the Consulate General in Almaty and U.S. Embassy in Nur-Sultan are suspending all regular visa and non-immigrant visa appointments due to coronavirus.

Consular services will resume as soon as possible.

The Consulate and Embassy will continue providing emergency services only, including urgent travel assistance, until further notice. Individuals who need emergency support should contact the Consulate or Embassy by phone or email. 

Kosovo

In light of worldwide coronavirus concerns, the U.S. Embassy in Pristina has temporarily suspended all routine consular services.

The U.S. Embassy will provide limited emergency support only to U.S. citizens until further notice.

Individuals who need assistance can contact the Embassy by email for support.

Kuwait

In response to the Global COVID-19 Health Advisory, the U.S. Embassy in Kuwait has cancelled all routine immigrant and non-immigrant visa services.

At this time, all non-emergency visa appointments are suspended until further notice. The Embassy will continue providing select emergency services, including emergency visa processing, government visa processing, and passport services.

Applicants should visit the Embassy’s website for more information and COVID-19 updates.

Kyrgyzstan

Due to ongoing coronavirus concerns, all regular non-immigrant visa services are cancelled.

The Embassy will continue processing immigrant visa applications, official visa applications, and diplomatic visa applications.

All routine non-immigrant visa services have been cancelled effective March 17, 2020 until further notice.

U.S. citizens who need emergency assistance or have immediate travel plans to the U.S. can email the Embassy to request an emergency appointment. 

Latvia

In response to the Presidential Proclamation on COVID-19, the U.S. Embassy Riga is suspending regular visa services until further notice.  

The Embassy remains open for emergency services only. Individuals needing emergency assistance are asked to schedule an appointment through the Embassy’s website or by sending an email request.

The Embassy will resume services as soon as possible. It will notify the public when normal services are available.

Lebanon 

In response to worldwide coronavirus concerns, the U.S. Embassy Beirut has cancelled all non-emergency visa services until further notice. 

The Embassy will limit its support to emergency services for U.S. citizens only at this time. All visa appointments are cancelled until further notice. All immigrant visa appointments are postponed. Applicants will be contacted to reschedule their appointments at a later date. 

Individuals who need emergency assistance should email the Embassy to request an appointment. 

Lesotho

From March 29, 2020 through April 21, 2020, the U.S. Embassy in Lesotho will suspend regular consular operations due to a coronavirus-related lockdown.

Starting at midnight on March 29, 2020, the government of Lesotho has ordered a temporary nationwide lockdown to control the spread of COVID-19.

The U.S. Embassy will only offer emergency services to U.S. citizens at this time as permitted by the government.

Anyone who needs assistance during the lockdown should email the Embassy with appointment requests or inquiries about emergency aid.

Liberia

Effective immediately, the U.S. Embassy Monrovia is closed for regular consular services.

U.S. citizens can still obtain emergency services at the Embassy.

The Embassy’s website provides more information on requesting emergency assistance. It also has additional updates on coronavirus-related operations.

Lithuania

Beginning March 16, 2020, the U.S. Embassy Vilnius is modifying its regular Consular Services due to COVID-19.

Most non-immigrant (NIV) and immigrant (IV) visa appointments are cancelled until further notice. With a few exceptions, appointments will also be cancelled for individuals who have been physically present in China, Iran, or the Schengen Area in the past two weeks prior to their appointment dates.

Individuals are encouraged to visit the Embassy’s website to check for appointment cancellations, exemptions, and information on rescheduling appointments.

Luxembourg

On March 13, 2020, the U.S. Mission to Luxembourg adjusted its operations to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.

The U.S. Embassy in Luxembourg has started a “social distancing” program in response to continuing concerns regarding COVID-19. The Embassy is reducing in-office staff levels and restricting in-person services to only necessary diplomatic functions until further notice.

Malawi

In light of global coronavirus concerns, the U.S. Embassy Lilongwe has ceased regular consular operations until further notice.

The Embassy will remain open for emergency services only at this time.

U.S. citizens who require emergency assistance, including emergency passports and essential American Citizens Services, can find more information on the Embassy’s website. 

Malaysia

Effective March 17, 2020, the U.S. Embassy in Lumpur is closed for non-emergency services.

The Embassy will only provide emergency passport services and other American Citizens Services until further notice. Anyone needing emergency assistance is asked to visit the Embassy’s website for additional information.

Maldives

Effective immediately, the U.S. Embassy in Colombo Sri Lanka is closed for regular immigrant and non-immigrant visa appointments due to coronavirus.

All visa appointments are cancelled at this time. The Embassy will resume normal visa services as quickly as possible. It will notify the public when consular operations resume.

U.S. citizens who need immediate assistance should contact the Embassy to request an appointment. 

Mali

Due to global coronavirus concerns, the U.S. Embassy Bamako has cancelled all routine non-immigrant visa appointments.

Until further notice, the Embassy will limit its services to emergency American Citizen services.

U.S. citizens can visit the Embassy’s website to schedule an appointment. 

Malta

Effective March 27, 2020, the U.S. Embassy Malta is cancelling all non-emergency services due to coronavirus.

The Embassy will reduce its services to emergency situations only until further notice.

U.S. citizens who need urgent assistance can contact the Embassy via email for support. 

Mauritania

In response to worldwide coronavirus concerns, the U.S. Embassy in Mauritania is temporarily suspending regular consular operations.

All regular visa appointments have been cancelled until the Embassy reopens for regular services.

U.S. citizens who need emergency assistance can contact the Embassy for an emergency appointment. 

Mexico

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, all consulates in Mexico and the U.S. Embassy in Mexico City are suspending routine visa services.

At this time, all regular immigrant and non-immigrant visa appointments are cancelled until further notice.

The Consulates and Embassy will continue providing emergency visa services and essential consular services at this time. American Citizens Services will be limited. Individuals with an American Citizens Services appointment scheduled after March 18, 2020 may need to reschedule.

U.S. citizens can request emergency assistance or check for appointment cancellations with the Embassy or Consulates online. 

Micronesia

Effective immediately, the U.S. Embassy in Kolonia is suspending all regular non-immigrant visa appointments due to coronavirus.

The Embassy will continue to offer emergency services for U.S. citizens at this time. It will also continue to process diplomatic and official visa applications. All non-immigrant appointments scheduled after March 23, 2020 are cancelled until further notice. The Embassy will resume regular operations as soon as possible.

U.S. citizens who require emergency assistance should email the Embassy to request an emergency appointment.

Moldova

In response to ongoing coronavirus concerns, the U.S. Embassy in Chisinau will suspend routine visa services until further notice.

The Embassy will continue to provide emergency American Citizen Services only at this time.

U.S. citizens should contact the Embassy for more information on arranging emergency appointments. 

Mongolia

Effective immediately, the U.S. Embassy Ulaanbaatar is cancelling all non-urgent immigrant and non-immigrant visa services until March 31, 2020 due to coronavirus.

Applicants with appointments scheduled during this time will receive an email to reschedule their appointment when the Embassy reopens for normal business operations.

The Embassy will have limited staff available through March 31, 2020 to handle emergency American Citizen and non-immigrant visa services. 

Montenegro

In light of ongoing coronavirus concerns, all routine visa services are temporarily suspended at the U.S. Embassy in Podgorica.

The Embassy will resume regular operations as soon as possible, but it does not have a specific date at this time.

The Embassy will provide emergency assistance only for U.S. citizens at this time.

Anyone who needs urgent support or needs to travel immediately should contact the Embassy to schedule an emergency appointment. 

Morocco

In light of the global COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. Embassy and Consulate General in Casablanca is providing emergency American Citizen Services only until further notice.

The Embassy will provide additional information and updates as they are available.

U.S. citizens who need emergency assistance are advised to contact the Consulate General’s American Citizen Services Unit for support.

Mozambique

Effective March 23, 2020, the U.S. Embassy in Mozambique is suspending all non-emergency visa operations due to coronavirus.

The Embassy is also cancelling visas that have already been issued. The visa renewal process will resume at a later date. 

Nepal

The U.S. Embassy in Kathmandu is now suspending routine non-immigrant and Diversity Visa appointments until further notice due to coronavirus concerns.

Routine appointments will be suspended until further notice.

The Embassy is still open for emergency services. Anyone requiring urgent assistance is asked to visit the Embassy’s website for more information and to request an appointment. 

Netherlands

Effective immediately, the U.S. Consulate Amsterdam and U.S. Embassy in The Hague will limit regular consular services to U.S. citizens in response to the Dutch Government’s decree issued March 15th.

Due to global coronavirus concerns, the Consulate and Embassy will suspend all regular appointments until further notice. They will continue providing emergency services for U.S. citizens, including emergency visa processing.

Individuals needing emergency services are encouraged to email the Embassy or Consulate to request an emergency appointment.

New Zealand

On March 20, 2020, the U.S. Consulate in Auckland will suspend all regular consular services due to coronavirus.

All applicants with scheduled appointments will be notified of their appointment cancellations via email. Services that are temporarily suspended include social security benefit hours, notarial services, and non-emergency passport services.

Individuals will be able to reschedule their appointments when the Consulate reopens for regular services.

Anyone with a pending appointment who has traveled to a country covered by the Presidential Proclamation in the past two weeks, has flu-like symptoms, or believes he/she may have been exposed to coronavirus is asked to postpone the appointment by at least two weeks.

Nicaragua

Due to coronavirus concerns, the U.S. Embassy in Managua is suspending regular immigrant and non-immigrant visa appointments until April 1, 2020.

The Embassy will suspend routine services temporarily in accordance with Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommendations on social distancing precautions and minimizing large gatherings.

U.S. citizens who require emergency assistance can request an emergency appointment through the Embassy’s website. 

Niger

In response to global concerns over coronavirus, the U.S. Embassy in Niger has cancelled all routine visa appointments until further notice.

The Embassy remains open for emergency assistance at this time. Routine American Citizen Services are also available at the Embassy.

Individuals requiring support should contact the Embassy to request an appointment. 

Nigeria

Effective March 18, 2020, the U.S. Embassy and Consulate in Nigeria is suspending all routine visa appointments due to coronavirus concerns.

The Embassy will resume routine services as quickly as possible. It will provide additional information as available.

The Embassy remains open for emergency services only. Individuals who need emergency support are asked to request an emergency appointment on the Embassy’s website. 

North Macedonia

Effective immediately, the U.S. Embassy in Skopje will provide emergency consular services only due to coronavirus.

The Embassy will reduce its consular services to essential American Citizen Services, including emergency visa services and emergency passports, until further notice.

Individuals who require assistance should visit the Embassy’s website for additional information. 

Oman

Effective immediately, the U.S. Embassy Muscat has suspended routine visa services in response to coronavirus concerns.

At this time, all non-emergency visa appointments are cancelled until further notice. The Embassy will provide select American Citizen Services, including consular reports of birth abroad, notarial services, and passports on a limited basis.

U.S. citizens can visit the Embassy’s website to request an appointment for emergency or American Citizen services. 

Pakistan

Starting March 19, 2020, the U.S. Embassy Islamabad is suspending regular visa services until further notice due to coronavirus.

The Embassy will remain open for limited emergency support during this time, including emergency passports and urgent American Citizens services.

Individuals requiring assistance should visit the Embassy’s website for more information. 

Palau

Due to ongoing coronavirus concerns, the U.S. Embassy Koror is temporarily suspending consular services.

All non-immigrant visa services are suspended until further notice.

At this time, the Embassy will limit its services to emergency American Citizens Services only. U.S. citizens who need emergency assistance should call the Embassy to schedule an emergency appointment.

Panama 

As of March 17, 2020, the U.S. Embassy in Panama City is limiting its services to emergencies only due to coronavirus concerns. 

Emergency services and emergency visa processing services are still available to U.S. citizens, and application processing will continue as usual for requests received by mail. The restrictions remain in place until further notice. 

U.S. citizens needing assistance are asked to contact the Embassy by phone or email. 

Papua New Guinea

Due to global coronavirus concerns, the U.S. Embassy Port Moresby has cancelled regular visa services until further notice.

The Embassy will offer emergency American Citizens Services only until further notice, including immediate passport requests.

U.S. citizens should visit the Embassy’s website or send an email inquiry for questions or to schedule an emergency appointment.

Paraguay

Effective immediately, the U.S. Embassy Asuncion has suspended regular consular services due to ongoing coronavirus concerns.

To control the spread of COVID-19, all Embassy officials are working remotely through at least March 28th. Therefore, the Embassy’s services will be limited to emergency services only for U.S. citizens, including the issuance of emergency passports.

Individuals who need assistance should visit the Embassy’s website for more information. 

Philippines

Due to ongoing coronavirus concerns, the U.S. Embassy Manila is temporarily suspending all non-emergency consular services.

The Embassy will provide emergency American Citizen Services only until further notice, including emergency passport services.

Individuals are encouraged to contact the Embassy’s website for additional information on scheduling emergency appointments.

Poland

As of March 18, 2020, the U.S. Embassy Warsaw and Consulate Krakow are providing emergency services for U.S. citizens due to coronavirus.

Individuals who need assistance are asked to contact the Embassy and Consulate via email rather than arriving in person. 

Qatar 

Beginning March 16, 2020, routine U.S. Consular operations in Qatar are suspended until further notice. 

All non-emergency visa services are suspended until further notice. Individuals with scheduled appointments will receive an email to reschedule at a later date. 

The U.S. Embassy and Consulates will continue accepting applications for emergency travel only at this time. Individuals should visit the Embassy’s website for more information on scheduling an emergency appointment. 

Qatar

In response to the Government of Qatar’s COVID-19 restrictions, the U.S. Embassy in Qatar is cancelling all routine consular services until further notice.

The Embassy will continue providing limited emergency services to U.S. citizens only at this time.

Anyone who needs an essential service such as a Consular Report of Birth Abroad or passport renewal can contact the Embassy via email. 

Republic of Congo

Due to continuing international coronavirus concerns, the U.S. Embassy Brazzaville is stopping regular consular services until further notice.

U.S. citizens can still obtain emergency American Citizens Services at the Embassy, including emergency passports.

Individuals who require assistance should visit the Embassy’s website for more information.

Romania

As of March 23, 2020, the U.S. Embassy in Romania is cancelling all non-urgent immigrant and non-immigrant visa appointments.

Mail-in renewals for B1/B2 tourist visas will also be suspended at this time.

The Embassy will continue providing emergency services and travel support until further notice. U.S. citizens can request emergency appointments through the Embassy’s website. 

Russia

In response to ongoing coronavirus concerns, the U.S. Mission to Russia is reducing consular services.

The U.S. Consulate General in Yekaterinburg and the U.S. Embassy in Moscow are providing emergency visa and citizenship services only at this time. The U.S. Consulate General Vladivostok is suspending normal operations until further notice.

Individuals needing emergency assistance should visit the Embassy or Consulate website to request services. 

Rwanda

Until further notice, the Embassy Kigali has cancelled all regular consular services over coronavirus concerns.

The Embassy will continue providing urgent services to U.S. citizens only at this time, including issuing emergency passports.

The Embassy’s website has more information for individuals needing assistance. 

Saudi Arabia

Effective immediately, the U.S. Embassy in Riyadh and Consulates General Jeddah and Dhahran are postponing all immigrant and non-immigrant visa appointments due to coronavirus.

Applicants can visit the Embassy and Consulate websites to reschedule their non-immigrant visa appointments at a later date. The Embassy will also announce when it resumes regular visa processing services.

Individuals are asked to avoid visiting the Embassy and Consulates at this time. All correspondence with the Embassy and Consulates should be conducted electronically.  

Senegal

Starting March 22, 2020, the U.S. Embassy Dakar suspended all regular consular services to control the spread of coronavirus.

The Embassy has temporarily stopped all regular consular services, including normal American Citizen Services.

The Embassy’s website contains information for emergency assistance. It will also provide information, as available, when it resumes services. 

Serbia

Effective immediately, the U.S. Embassy in Serbia is postponing routine services due to coronavirus.

Regular appointments for Reports of Birth Abroad, notarial services, passports, immigrant visas, and non-immigrant visas are now cancelled.

U.S. citizens who need urgent assistance should contact the Embassy by phone or email. 

Singapore

Beginning March 23, 2020, the U.S. Embassy in Singapore is suspending all routine non-immigrant visa appointments in response to global coronavirus concerns.

The Embassy will provide emergency services only to U.S. citizens until further notice.

Anyone who needs urgent assistance should contact the Embassy to schedule an emergency appointment.

Slovakia

On March 20, 2020, the U.S. Embassy Bratislava announced suspension of all regular immigrant and non-immigrant visa services due to coronavirus.

The Embassy will reopen for regular services when the Presidential Proclamation is rescinded.

U.S. citizens may contact the Embassy for emergency assistance until further notice. 

Slovenia

As of March 17, 2020, the U.S. Embassy in Slovenia is limiting routine services to U.S. citizens in response to worldwide coronavirus concerns.

The Embassy will remain open for U.S. passport and emergency services only. Individuals who need urgent services must email the Embassy to schedule an appointment. Individuals who are ill at the time of their appointment are asked to notify the Embassy in advance.

South Africa

Starting March 16, 2020, the U.S. Embassy & Consulates in South Africa are offering limited services for U.S. citizens. 

All routine non-immigrant visa appointments are cancelled from March 16 – May 31. Individuals who had appointments scheduled during that time will be contacted at a later date to reschedule. 

Individuals needing emergency assistance should contact the U.S. Embassy via email to schedule an appointment. 

South Korea

Beginning March 19, 2020, the U.S. Embassy to the Republic of Korea will suspend all regular immigrant and non-immigrant visa appointments due to the coronavirus outbreak.

The Embassy will continue providing limited emergency services to U.S. citizens until further notice. Anyone who needs urgent assistance should visit the Embassy’s website to schedule an emergency appointment.  

South Sudan

In light of ongoing coronavirus concerns, the U.S. Embassy Juba has suspended regular consular services.

The Embassy will re-open for normal operations at a later date. It will notify the public when routine consular services resume.

Until then, the Embassy will limit support to emergency American Citizen Services only, including immediate travel support and the issuance of emergency passports.

Individuals who require assistance should visit the Embassy’s website for further instructions. 

Spain

Effective immediately, the U.S. Consulate General in Barcelona and the U.S. Embassy in Madrid will only offer emergency services to U.S. citizens until further notice due to ongoing concerns of the COVID-19 virus.

All appointments scheduled at the U.S. Embassy in Madrid and the U.S. Consulate General in Barcelona will be cancelled. Additionally, U.S. consular agencies in Valencia, Canary Islands, Sevilla, Malaga, and Balearic Islands will only provide support via phone and email due to coronavirus. All in-person services are suspended until further notice.

Sri Lanka

Effective immediately, the U.S. Embassy in Colombo is stopping all routine non-immigrant and immigrant visa appointments. All previously scheduled appointments are cancelled until further notice. Routine services will resume at a later date.

Anyone requiring emergency assistance should visit the Embassy’s website to request an appointment. 

Sudan

Until further notice, the U.S. Embassy in Khartoum has suspended all routine immigrant and non-immigrant visa appointments due to coronavirus.

The Embassy will resume routine consular operations as soon as possible. It will notify the public when regular operations resume.

Individuals who need urgent assistance should request an emergency appointment through the Embassy’s website. 

Sweden

The U.S. Embassy in Sweden is restricting appointments for certain individuals due to coronavirus concerns.

Anyone who has been physically present in the Schengen Area, Iran, or China within the past two weeks, has flu-like symptoms, or believes he/she may have been exposed to coronavirus is asked to postpone any scheduled appointment for at least 14 days. Appointments can be changed without a fee.

Switzerland and Liechtenstein

Effective immediately, consular services are limited to U.S. citizens in Switzerland and Liechtenstein due to coronavirus.

The U.S. Embassy Bern has stopped all routine consular services. It will continue to provide emergency services for U.C. citizens. Individuals requiring emergency assistance should visit the Embassy’s website for additional information and to make an appointment.

The U.S. Consular Agencies in Zurich and Geneva are closed until further notice.

Tajikistan

Effective immediately, the U.S. Embassy Dushanbe is postponing all routine consular services due to coronavirus.

Only emergency American Citizens Services will be provided until further notice.

U.S. citizens needing emergency assistance should email the Embassy to schedule an appointment.

Tanzania

Due to global coronavirus concerns, the U.S. Embassy Dar es Salaam has canceled regular consular services until further notice.

The Embassy will limit its operations to emergency U.S. citizen services only at this time, including issuing emergency passports.

Individuals should visit the Embassy’s website or call to request an urgent appointment.

Thailand

Until further notice, all routine non-immigrant visa appointments are cancelled at the U.S. Embassy and Consulate in Thailand due to coronavirus.

At this time, the Embassy and Consulate remain open for emergency U.S. citizen services only.

Anyone who needs to make an appointment should visit the Embassy’s website for further instructions. 

Trinidad and Tobago

Until further notice, the U.S. Embassy Port of Spain is suspending all visa appointments and non-emergency services due to coronavirus.

All appointments scheduled for March 17, 2020 and later have been cancelled. Applicants whose appointments have been cancelled can call or email the Embassy to reschedule when it re-opens for regular service.

The Embassy will limit its operations to safety-related emergency assistance only for U.S. citizens at this time. Anyone who needs urgent support should contact the Embassy by phone or email. The Embassy asks individuals to avoid in-person appearances without contact Embassy staff in advance. 

Turkey

Effective immediately, the U.S. Consulate Istanbul, U.S. Consulate Adana, and U.S. Embassy Ankara have suspended routine consular operations over coronavirus concerns.

Limited services will be available to U.S. citizens at this time at Istanbul and Ankara, including Consular Report of Birth Abroad and emergency passport services.

U.S. citizens who need assistance are asked to visit the Embassy and Consulate websites. 

United Arab Emirates 

Starting on March 29, 2020, the U.S. Embassy Abu Dhabi and the U.S. Consulate General Dubai will limit their services and reduce staff due to coronavirus.

Until further notice, the Embassy and the Consulate General will limit their operations to select emergency services for U.S. citizens including renewing passports due to expire in the next six months, renewing expired passports, and processing applications for Consular Reports of Birth or Death Abroad.

U.S. citizens can request an emergency appointment by contacting the Consulate or Embassy via email. 

Ukraine

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. Embassy Kyiv has temporarily postponed all non-emergency immigrant and non-immigrant visa services.

The Embassy has limited staff at this time. Therefore, it is limiting its operations to emergency and adoption services only until further notice.

Individuals with urgent situations should visit the Embassy’s website for more information.

United Kingdom

On March 18, 2020, the U.S. Embassy in London announced suspension of most routine immigrant and non-immigrant visa appointments.

Individuals with scheduled appointments will be contacted to reschedule at a later date if necessary.

The Embassy will resume visa appointments as soon as possible. It will notify the public when regular services resume. 

Uruguay

Effective March 27, 2020, the U.S. Embassy Montevideo has canceled its regular consular services due to global coronavirus concerns.

The Embassy will limit its operations to emergency services only for U.S. citizens until further notice, including issuing emergency passports.

Individuals who need emergency assistance should email the Embassy for more information or to schedule an emergency appointment.

Uzbekistan

The U.S. Embassy in Tashkent has cancelled all regular non-immigrant visa appointments until further notice due to continuing coronavirus concerns.

The Embassy will resume normal consular operations as soon as possible. It will notify the public when it reopens for regular service. In the meantime, the Embassy will provide emergency services only for U.S. citizens.

Anyone who needs urgent assistance or needs to travel immediately should contact the Embassy for assistance.

Venezuela

In light of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. Embassy Caracas has temporarily cancelled its routine consular operations.

The Embassy will not provide full consular services until further notice. It has limited capacity to provide U.S. citizens with emergency support.

The Embassy’s website provides current information and guidance for individuals requiring emergency aid. 

Vietnam

In response to the global COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. Embassy in Hanoi and the U.S. Consulate General in Ho Chi Minh City are cancelling all visa appointments.

The Embassy and Consulate General will assist U.S. citizens with emergency services at this time.

Individuals are encouraged to visit the Embassy or Consulate General’s website for more information and updates. 

Global responses to COVID-19 remain fluid and subject to change. Anyone with an upcoming visa appointment or requiring emergency assistance should monitor the consulate’s website for updates and the latest information on consular operations due to COVID-19. Links to U.S. consular websites are available here: http://usembassy.gov/