Map to U.S. Embassy, New Delhi

The U.S. Embassy invites U.S. citizens resident in or traveling to India to join us for an open house at the U.S. Embassy at 15:00 p.m. to 15:30 p.m. on every Thursday.  Consular staff would like to meet you to discuss life, work, and travel in India, as well as address voting, passport, and any other consular issues.  Please make sure to bring your U.S. passport for entry.

Appointments are required for routine American Citizen Services and are available Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. We are closed on American and Indian holidays. Appointments are never required for emergencies.

Emergency Services

Please arrive fifteen minutes before your appointment to clear security.  Mobile phones, other electronic devices and large bags are not permitted inside the Embassy. Review the complete list of restricted items here.

Make or cancel an appointment here

Please check the online appointment calendar for availability. Please email for urgent CRBA requests.

Please print and prepare the required documents before coming to your appointment. Document requirements for specific services are below. Appointments are required for these services:


Complete fee information is available here.


The U.S. Embassy is located on Shantipath in the Chanakyapuri area of New Delhi. The Consular entrance is Gate 6 (also called “Visa Gate”) on Andre Malraux Marg, between Nyaya Marg and Shantipath. See the pinpointed location on the map above.  Please note that there are no parking facilities in the immediate vicinity of the Embassy.

Contact Us

American Citizen Services Unit
U.S. Embassy
New Delhi, India 110021

Email is the best way to reach us for routine inquiries. We read every message.

Phone: 2419-8000, and ask for American Citizen Services.

If you are calling from within India, but outside Delhi, first dial 011-.

If you are calling from the United States, first dial 011-91-11-.

If you are calling outside of normal business hours and there is an emergency involving a U.S. citizen, ask for the “duty officer.”


Frequently Asked Questions