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U.S. Embassy for Czech Republic

US Embassy in Czech Republic

Address: 118 01 Praha 1, Tržiště 15
City: Prague (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +2 hours)
Tel.: 257 022 000, 257 022 352
Emergency tel.: +420-257-022-000 

Working hours: Monday to Friday, 8.00 – 16.30
Consular hours: Monday to Friday, 8.00 – 11.30 

The US Embassy in Prague works together with the Czech Republic to strengthen our partnership by advancing the key goals of regional stability, economic prosperity, and democratic transition within the Czech Republic and in Central Europe. Through its diplomatic and public activities, the US Embassy seeks to ensure regional stability through our shared commitment to security organizations like NATO and the OSCE.

Please note the following, regarding security at the Consular Section:

  • All official facilities are mandated to use access control procedures for all visitors and their handbags and packages.
  • No luggage, electronic or photographic equipment is permitted in our waiting rooms or on other Embassy premises; items can be left in the lobby upon arrival.

The American Citizen Services provides routine consular services to American citizens by appointment only. Appointments for routine inquiries, non-emergency passport services, reports of birth abroad, extra passport pages, and notarial services must be made online.

The American Citizen Services (ACS) office is part of the Consular section of the US Embassy in Prague and provides assistance to US citizens traveling or living in Czech Republic. Information and services are offered for several issues, including US passports, US citizenship, Children of US Citizens born abroad, Marriage in Czech Republic, Federal Benefits for US Citizens living abroad, and Notarization of documents.

Please note that the staff is not authorized to perform personal tasks for citizens. For example, Consular Officers cannot act as travel agents, banks, interpreters or lawyers. They may not search for employers, obtain residence or driving permits, search for missing items or settle disputes with merchants.

The Department of State recommends that all Americans enroll in the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) with the US Embassy or Consulate when traveling or residing abroad. Signing up for STEP makes your whereabouts and contact information known, in the event of an emergency or disaster, so that assistance can be provided.Additionally, important information issued by the Department of State and the US Embassy is readily distributed to those citizens who are enrolled in STEP. The American Citizen Services (ACS) unit of US Embassy Prague is the primary source for communications to US citizens in the Czech Republic.

If you are a Legal Permanent Resident (LPR) of the United States and you have lost your LPR/green card, or if your card has expired, and you need to travel to the US, please contact the Immigrant Visa Section to schedule an appointment. You will need to provide by email your complete name as it appeared on your LPR card, your date of birth, social security number, and your 9-digit A number, if possible. Please come to your appointment with a valid passport.

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