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U.S. Citizen Services
 

Welcome to American Citizen Services

Several hundred American citizens live and work in Belarus.  Many more visit every year. The Department of State, through its Embassy in Minsk, provides a range of routine and emergency services for Americans who live in Belarus or who are just visiting.

This assistance includes but is not limited to, Passport services, Notary services, and Consular Reports of Births Abroad. Due to the request of the Belarusian Government in 2008 to reduce our American personnel from 35 to 6 diplomats, we offer our services on Tuesdays and Thursdays by appointment only. The Embassy also assists in emergencies, including deaths, arrests and crisis situations.

All of our American citizen services require your presence at the Embassy. Please Click here to make or cancel appointment for passport-related applications, Reports of Birth Abroad for children, extra passport pages or notary services.

The Consular Section of the U.S. Embassy in Minsk is located at 46 Starovilenskaya, Minsk, 220002 Belarus.  We can be reached by: 

  • telephone, +375-17-210-1283 any working day from 4.00 PM to 5.00 PM;
  • fax +375-17-217-7160; 
  • or email ConsularMinsk@state.gov

In the case of an emergency involving an American citizen, call +375-17-210-1283 or +375-29-676-0134 (after hours).  American citizens visiting or residing in Belarus should note that the emergency number for the Belarusian police is – 102, ambulance – 103, rescue and fire department – 101.

Consular Fee Change

  • The Department of State published an interim final rule (IFR) in the Federal Register on August 28, 2014 announcing fee changes for certain nonimmigrant visa (NIV) applications, immigrant visa (IV) applications, administrative and citizens’ services.  The new fees will become effective 15 days after the rule was published, which will be on September 12, 2014.
    For Immigrant Visa processing, the fees for family-sponsored immigrants and the domestic review of an Affidavit of Support will increase while all other immigrant and special visa processing fees will decrease.
    Likewise, the fee for K or Fiancé(e) visas, a non-immigrant visa category processed by the Immigrant Visa Unit, will increase.
    Additional information on these fee changes may be found on the Department of State’s website
    The Department of State published an interim final rule (IFR) in the Federal Register on August 28, 2014 announcing fee changes for certain nonimmigrant visa (NIV) applications, immigrant visa (IV) applications, administrative and citizens’ services.  The new fees will become effective 15 days after the rule was published, which will be on September 12, 2014. For Immigrant Visa processing, the fees for family-sponsored immigrants and the domestic review of an Affidavit of Support will increase while all other immigrant and special visa processing fees will decrease.Likewise, the fee for K or Fiancé(e) visas, a non-immigrant visa category processed by the Immigrant Visa Unit, will increase.Additional information on these fee changes may be found on the Department of State’s website.