Contact Information

Emergency Numbers

For after-hour emergencies, please call (+30) 210-721-2951.

Citizen Services – Passport and Consular Report of Birth Abroad (CRBA)

American Citizen Services (these numbers DO NOT have information on U.S. Visas or Federal Benefits)

These numbers are for emergencies involving arrests, deaths, hospitalizations, victims of crime other than passport theft, and welfare and whereabouts concerns.  They do not answer questions about visas, federal benefits (including social security), or passports.  The U.S. Embassy does NOT issue International Drivers Permits – you must contact AAA or IATA directly.

Notarial Services


  • Nonimmigrant Visas:
    Call Center (+30) 211-198-3241 (9:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday-Friday)
  • Immigrant Visas:

Federal Benefits (e.g., Social Security, Veterans Affairs, Office of Personnel Management, Department of Labor, Railroad Retirement Board)

Tax Information

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has provided guidance for U.S. citizens abroad preparing for the 2020 tax filing season.  This IRS guidance is posted under Federal Benefits and Obligations on  Please contact the IRS directly for further information.

Location Information

91 Vasilissis Sophias Avenue 101 60, Athens

Information for Consular Visitors

The U.S. Embassy is located adjacent to the Megaro Mousikis (Music Hall) and near the “Megaro Mousiki” blue line Metro stop.  The Consular section is located at the Kokkali Street entrance near Dinokratous & Evzonon Streets.

To ensure the safety of our visitors, visitors must submit to security procedures before entering the Embassy grounds.  Here are some useful tips to help make your trip as efficient and pleasant as possible.

  • Have your passport or identity card ready.
  • Avoid bringing cameras or mobile phones as they will not be permitted in the Embassy.
  • Additionally, avoid bringing baggage or bulk items such as baby carriages as such items cause delays during the security procedures. There is no place to store these items at the entrance.
  • Embassy visitors with appointments should queue where indicated by the signs.  Visitors coming to the Embassy for an ACS service who have appointments should tell the guard and then wait to be let in.  Visitors for services which do not require an appointment will be let in on a first-come basis.
  • The Embassy is handicapped-accessible.

The Embassy makes every effort to admit visitors with minimal delay. However, on busy days there may be a lengthy waiting period. We regret this inconvenience, and advise visitors to dress appropriately for the weather. Thank you for your patience and understanding.