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Consulate of United States of America - Erbil

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Consulate General

Consulate General Erbil serves the three provinces of the Kurdistan Region of
Iraq: Dohuk, Erbil, and Sulaymaniyah. The Consulate General consists of an
executive office headed by the Consul General and sections covering political
affairs, economic affairs, public diplomacy, rule of law, management, and
security. Co-located with the U.S. Consulate General is the USAID office serving
the Iraqi Kurdistan Region.

Consulate General Erbil is located in the Ankawa suburb of Erbil, on the
Erbil Road next to the Police Station and opposite the Chaldean Cultural Center.

Consulate General hours are Sunday through Thursday from 8:00 to 17:00. The
Consulate General is closed on all American and most Iraqi holidays. Visitors to
the Consulate General are admitted by appointment.

By Phone

During business hours from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Sunday through
Thursday

From Iraq: 066 211 4000

From the United States: 240-264-3467 

Callers after regular business hours will receive recorded instructions in
English, Kurdish, and Arabic for further assistance.

Please note that we do not accept any phone calls regarding visas or
passport applications.  For questions regarding visas and passports, we ONLY
accept inquiries by e-mail.  Please use the appropriate Consular Section email
addresses listed below for all such inquiries.

By E-mail

To contact the Consulate General, please send an email to:

ErbilPublicAffairs@State.gov.

For visa-related inquiries, please send an email to:

ErbilNIV@state.gov

For American Citizen Services, please send an email to:

ErbilACS@state.gov

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