To contact the police within a state from a landline or a mobile, dial 112. All call to 100 will also be diverted to 112.
To contact the fire department, dial 101.
For emergency medical services, dial 108 or 102.
The American Citizens Services Unit at the U.S. Embassy/Consulates in India can assist when a U.S. citizen in India is arrested, missing, is a victim of violent crime, becomes ill or dies, or when there is otherwise a need for immediate help. We can assist with information on local resources and by contacting family members in the United States apprised of the circumstances, so that they can make necessary decisions and provide financial and logistical support.
We can help
We are here to help U.S. citizens in distress in India. The following resources may help you find the specific information and contacts you need:
- Arrest of a U.S. citizen in India
- Birth of a U.S. citizen in India
- Death of a U.S. citizen in India
- Denied entry to India at India border/travel delays
- Emergency financial assistance
- Legal services
- Medical services/prescriptions
- Notary services
- Parental abduction of a U.S. citizen child
- Indian visa issues
- U.S. passports
Contact Information for U.S. Embassy and Consulates in India
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