Diplomatic mission address of the Portugal Embassy in USA, consulate address details, Phone number of Portugal Embassy in Washington DC. Find information on where to go, opening time when to call, how to find the embassy etc.
Search for Schools:

Portuguese Embassy for the U.S.- Address / Phone Number

Portuguese Embassy for the U.S.

Portuguese Embassy in United States

Address: 2012 Massachusetts Ave NW Washington, DC 20036
City: Washington (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT -5 hours)
Tel.: 202 350 5400
Fax: 202 462 3726
Emergency Tel.: 011 351 707 202 000/011 351 96 170 6472
Working hours: Monday to Friday, 9.00 – 17.00
Consular hours: Monday to Thursday, 8.30 – 15.00, Friday 9.00 – 13.00

Portuguese Consulates and the Embassy ensure all co-nationals protection against the violation of their fundamental rights and the limitation or privation of their personal freedom. They also ensure emergency assistance; help in locating family members, inheritance procedures initiated abroad and for the repatriation of mortal remains. The consular services include:

  • Registry
  • Consular protection
  • Citizenship
  • Military service
  • Notary services
  • Electoral services
  • Passports
  • Pensions
  • Civil status
  • Study
  • Visas
  • Working Holiday Program, etc.,

Portuguese nationals should register at the nearest Portuguese Consulate. For those residing outside of the Metropolitan area who hold valid Portuguese Identification Cards, the registration may be done by mail. The Consular Registration is free. If registering by mail, please enclose a self-stamped addressed envelope for Certified mail for the return of the documents. Or a money order in the amount of US$5.00 to the order of the Consulate of Portugal, to cover the mailing fees.

Applicants for a passport must appear in person at this Consular Section of the Embassy of Portugal in Washington, DC.

Portuguese passports are issued to Portuguese citizens holding a valid Portuguese Identification or Citizen Card, who are registered at a Portuguese Consulate. If applicant is not registered he/she can be registered when applying for a new passport. Applicants who do not hold valid ID or Citizen cards (or hold ID cards issued in Macao) must appear at the Consulate to sign and fingerprint ID card requisition forms. In such cases the passport can be requested only after the ID card is received from Portugal.

Passports may be renewed 6 months within date of expiration. The old passport cannot be returned to holder, unless it contains a valid visa, in which case holder will return it once visa expires. Passports are issued in Portugal and may take about 2 to 3 weeks for holders of ID or Citizenship cards, or 6 weeks to 2 months for those who must first request an ID card. Passport validity depends on age of holder: 2 years from ages 1 to 2; 3 years from ages 2 to 5; 5 years from ages 5 onward.

The Consular Section of the Embassy of Portugal is not currently issuing the Citizen Card (Cartão do Cidadão). The Consular Section is still issuing the Portuguese Identification Card (Bilhete de Identidade).

ID cards are the major identification document of Portuguese citizens, with the bearer’s photo, signature and fingerprints.  Portuguese citizens applying for identification cards must appear in person at the Consulate where they are (or intend to be) registered in order to sign and fingerprint the forms.

NOTE: Only the names and marital status in a current birth certificate are considered for inclusion in the new ID.  If marital status has changed due to marriage, divorce or widowhood, which occurred in a foreign country, these changes must be registered in Portugal before they may be included on new documents.

US citizens traveling to Portugal for tourism or business do not need a visa. American citizens wishing to study, work or apply for residence in Portugal, must abide by visa regulations and requirements. Legal residents in the United States may or may not need a visa depending on their country of citizenship. Find bellow a list of countries whose citizens do not need a visa for short stay visits.

The Visa Waiver Program (VWP) exempts nationals from 27 countries, including Portugal, from the visa requirement when traveling to the United States for tourism or business, for stays of 90 days or less. The same applies to US citizens when traveling to Portugal and other European Union countries. It is also important to bear in mind the fact that when entering the US through the Visa Waiver Program, a visitor will not be able to change his/her status in US territory. Namely, it will not be possible to apply for student or work visa permit when in the USA. Change of visa status has to be requested in the country of residency. Also, if a person fails to comply with VWP requirements (for instance by overstaying in the US after the 90 days allowed), he/she will not be eligible to be part in the program in the future.

NOTE: All fees payable in Cash, Certified Check or Money Order. Personal Checks Are not Accepted. Please add to the Certified Check or Money Order: $5.00 for certified mail or $16.00 for Fed-ex .Please note that price is subject to change due to variations in the exchange rate euro/dollar.

This map displays where the Portugal Embassy / Consulate is located in USA, Washington DC.

If this location is no longer correct, please submit the exact new address information via our Contact page. If the map does not load for you, try opening this page on another web browser.

Sponsored Links
Traveler's Guide
Sponsored Links