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U.S. Embassy for Romania - Address / Phone Number

U.S. Embassy for Romania

U.S. Embassy in Romania

Address: 4-6, Dr. Liviu Librescu Blvd., District 1, 015118 Bucharest
City: Bucharest (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +2/+3 hour)
Tel.: (+40) 21 200-3300
Fax: (+40) 21 200-3442
Working hours: Monday to Friday, 8.00 - 17.00  

The American Embassy in Bucharest promotes strong bilateral ties between the United States and Romania and works actively to strengthen regional stability, increase cooperation on counter terrorism, enhance U.S. economic prosperity, and fight international crime and drugs.

The Mission also performs a wide range of consular and security services to support American citizens and enterprises.

Consular services provided by the Embassy:

  • Registration of American citizens abroad;
  • Assistance to American citizens in cases of emergency;
  • Allowing American citizens abroad to participate in national electoral events;
  • Issuance of passports;
  • Dealing with civil matters (birth, death, etc.);
  • Providing notarial services;
  • Dealing with social security and federal benefits matters;
  • Dealing with citizenship matters;
  • Issuance of visas.

If American passport or passport card has been lost, stolen or damaged, American citizen must appear in person at the nearest Consulate or Embassy to obtain a new passport/passport card. All Romanians who want to visit the United States temporarily must apply for a non-immigrant visa. There are a wide variety of reasons for a non-immigrant visa, including tourism, business, medical treatment, and certain types of temporary work.

A guest of a U.S. host can be helped by sending him/her a letter of invitation. The letter should include the invitee's name, reason for visit, period of stay in the U.S., and method of payment of expenses. If the guest is paying his/her own expenses, he/she must be prepared to show the consular officer that sufficient funds are available for the trip. If the American host is paying the expenses, an affidavit of support may be included.  

The following documents are mandatory for all non-immigrant applicants regardless of visa type:

  • a valid passport;
  • the original MRV fee receipt;
  • one photograph. There is a photo booth inside the Consular Section waiting area, which produces the required size and format visa photos. The cost is 15 RON for a set of six photos. An applicant must bring exact change; and
  • the DS-160confirmation page.

Optional: Non-immigrant visa applicants may also bring any documents that demonstrate personal and economic ties to Romania. Examples include:

  • proof of current employment and past work history;
  • evidence of financial support (including bank statements, salary history or pension statements if retired);
  • proof of property ownership (i.e. home, land, business); and
  • business statements and accounts (if an applicant owns a firm).
  • if an applicant has a U.S. visa that is still valid, he/she mustbring it at the time of the interview.

In most cases, all visa applicants, including children, are required to pay a non-refundable, non-transferable Machine Readable Visa (MRV) application fee, whether a visa is issued or not. The application fee may be paid either in cash at any BRD branch in Romania, after downloading the deposit slip with barcode or online using your online bank account through TrustPay service. There are many factors that may influence the processing of individual visa cases, such as additional administrative processing or incomplete applications. Applicants should plan well in advance of their proposed travel plans and apply early for a visa.  

For security reasons, the following may not be brought to the Consulate:

  • large bags, backpacks, suitcases, packages and luggage
  • laptop computers, mobile phones, electronic devices such as blackberries, iPods, or PDAs, cameras or video or audio equipment

  The Embassy is closed on Romanian and American public holidays.

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