The U.S. Embassy Consular Section:
110 Atatürk Bulvarı
06100 Kavaklıdere, Ankara
Applicants (including U.S. Citizens) are not able to bring in cell phones or any other electronic devices into the Embassy. Applicants will be turned away since there is no storage for electronic devices available.
The Consular Section provides services for: Immigrant Visas, Nonimmigrant Visas, and American Citizen Services.
American Citizen Service (ACS) hours for Ankara:
ACS public hours: Monday through Thursday, 13:30-16:30 (closed to the public all day Fridays). You need to make an online appointment before you visit at Online Appointment System.
The Immigrant Visa:
Phone: +90.312.455 5555 Fax: +90-312-468 6103
Phone: +90-312-455-5555 Fax: +90-312-466-1586; Emergency appointments.
The U.S. Consulate General in Istanbul:
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The consular section has an American Citizens Services unit as well as a Nonimmigrant visa unit.
For complete information, please consult the Istanbul Consulate General homepage.
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The U.S. Consulate in Adana is located at the corner of:
Girne Bulvari No: 212
Some American Citizens Services are available. No visa services are available.
For complete information, please consult the Adana Consulate General homepage.
The Consular Agency performs a variety of services focusing mainly on American citizens services (assists American citizens with passport renewal, registration, reports of birth for children born in Turkey to American citizens, notarial services, emergency services, and federal benefits such as Social Security.)
Izmir Consular Agency will not respond to queries about immigrant or nonimmigrant visas.
For complete information, please consult the Izmir Consulate Agent homepage.
For appointments, please email Izmir@state.gov.
Agency is closed to the public on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, as well as on American and Turkish public holidays.