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U.S. Embassy for Thailand

U.S. Embassy in Thailand

Address: 120-22 Wireless Road, Bangkok, Thailand 10330
City: Bangkok (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +7 hours)
Tel.: +66-2-205-4000
Fax: +66 (0) 2 255 9278
Emergency tel.: 66-2-205-4000
Working hours: Monday to Friday, 7.00 – 16.00
Consular hours: Monday to Friday, 7.30 – 11.00 and 13.00 – 14.00

U.S. Consulate in Chiang Mai
Address: 387 Wichayanond Road, Chiang Mai
City: Chiang Mai (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +7 hours)
Tel.: +66-53-107-700

The mission of the United States Embassy is to advance the interests of the United States, and to serve and protect U.S. citizens in Thailand.

Part of the Consular Section, the Visa Unit of the U.S. Embassy in Bangkok is responsible for providing visa services to those seeking to enter the United States for a temporary period and for those wishing to take up indefinite or permanent residence in the United States.

Consular services:

  • Emergency assistance.
  • Passport services.
  • Citizenship services & reports of birth.
  • Child & family matters.
  • Social security/federal benefits.
  • Notary services.
  • Voting assistance
  • Public services.
  • Visas

The loss of valid U.S. passport must be reported to a police station close to where the loss took place; or to any Tourist Police office.  The Tourist Police telephone hotline number is 1155.

To replace the passport, applicant must apply in person at the U.S. Embassy during regular office hours, with the police report. A photocopy of the face page of the lost passport is helpful, as is photographic identification and other proof of U.S. citizenship.  Acceptable evidence of citizenship are: 

  • an original or certified copy of a U.S. birth certificate,
  • an original or certified copy of a Consular Report of Birth,
  • a Naturalization Certificate,
  • a previous or expired passport. 

Citizens of Thailand are required to hold nonimmigrant visas (also called visitor or tourist visas) to visit the United States.

Required documentation:

  • Passport valid for travel to the United States – must be valid for at least six months beyond applicant’s period of stay in the United States.
  • Nonimmigrant visa application, form DS-160 confirmation page.
  • Application fee payment receipt.
  • Photo.

Additional documentation may be required:

  • The purpose of the trip.
  • Applicant’s intent to depart the United States after his/her trip.
  • Applicant’s ability to pay all costs of the trip.

Embassy security procedures require that all visitors receive a security inspection. You will be allowed to check one cell phone at the Embassy gate but the US Embassy and local guards are not liable for any loss or damage to your cell phone while it is checked.  You will NOT be allowed to enter the U.S. Embassy for your appointment carrying any of the following items:

  • Any other battery-operated or electronic devices such as computer tablets, digital diaries, pagers, cameras, audio/video cassettes, compact discs, MP3s, floppy disks, laptops, or portable music players.
  • Any oversize shoulder bags or purses.
  • Any oversize handbags and travel bags, large back-packs, briefcases, or suitcases. Applicants can only carry in clear bags containing papers needed for their appointment
  • Any food item (a coffee stand with snacks is available).
  • Sealed envelopes or packages.
  • Cigarettes / cigars / match boxes / lighters.
  • Any sharp objects such as scissors, pen knives or nail files.
  • Weapons or explosive materials of any kind.

The list provided above is not exhaustive. Other items may be prohibited at the discretion of security staff.  Other than the one allowed cell phone, the US Embassy will not accept the storage of any of the above prohibited items.  You will have to make alternate arrangements to store these items before you enter the Embassy.

The Embassy is closed on Thai and American public holidays.

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