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Frankfurt Embassy

Neustädtische Kirchstrasse 4-5
10117 Berlin
(030) 2385 174
www.usembassy.de

U.S. Consulates Frankfurt
Giessener Str. 30
60435 Frankfurt/Main
069-7535-0

Consulate General Frankfurt
Information Resource Center
Gießener Str. 30
60435 Frankfurt am Main
069-7535 – 8820 or 8828

Visa Appointments & American Citizen Services
Consular Section
Clayallee 170
14195 Berlin
Routine calls: (030) 832-9233, 2-4 pm, Monday through Friday.
Emergencies only: (030) 8305-0

Embassy and Consulate Information Resource Centers can assist you with your inquiries about U.S. government policy and organization, economy, history, culture and society. Information resources range from basic reference works to specialized government documents, legislation and a wide spectrum of American newspapers and periodicals. The IRCs are part of a network of information centers within the U.S. federal government and the American library community. Consider the IRC in your consular district your primary resource in Germany for information about the United States.

IRC resources are available by appointment only. Users are encouraged to contact the IRC in advance to discuss their query with reference staff. Research appointments can be arranged by calling the IRC, Monday through Friday, 9:00 – 17:00, except on American and German holidays.

Security Information
The U.S. Department of State’s Consular Information Program advises Americans traveling and residing abroad through Consular Information Sheets, Public Announcements, and Travel Warnings. Consular Information Sheets exist for all countries and include information on entry and exit requirements, currency regulations, health conditions, safety and security, crime, political disturbances, and the addresses of the U.S. embassies and consulates abroad. Public Announcements are issued to disseminate information quickly about terrorist threats and other relatively short-term conditions overseas that pose significant risks to the security of American travelers. Travel Warnings are issued when the State Department recommends that Americans avoid travel to a certain country because the situation is dangerous or unstable.

For the latest security information, Americans living and traveling abroad should regularly monitor the Department’s Bureau of Consular Affairs Internet web site athttp://www.travel.state.gov , where the current Worldwide Caution, Public Announcements, and Travel Warnings can be found.

Official Registration with the U.S. Embassy
https://travelregistration.state.gov/ibrs/ui/
The State Department has launched a secure online travel registration website which will allow you, as an American citizen, to record foreign trip and residence information that the Department of State can use to communicate with you and assist you in case of an emergency.

Travel registration is a free service provided by the U.S. Government to U.S. citizens who are traveling to, or living in, a foreign country. Registration allows you to record information about your upcoming trip abroad that the Department of State can use to assist you in case of an emergency. Americans residing abroad can also get routine information from the nearest U.S. embassy or consulate.  U.S. citizens around the world who travel or reside abroad can access this site.