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U.S. Embassy in Sanaa Open for Limited Consular Services (December 4, 2013)

The Consular Section at the U.S. Embassy in Sanaa is open for limited consular services.  A limited number of appointments for non-immigrant visas and American Citizen Services can be scheduled online. However, the Embassy is able to accommodate a limited number of emergency or expedited appointments in extenuating circumstances.

U.S. citizens requiring urgent citizenship services, please email SanaaACS@state.gov

If you have urgent need to travel to the United States or are a student whose classes are scheduled to begin within one month, please email NIVSanaa@state.gov

Immigrant visa appointments are scheduled through the National Visa Center in Portsmouth, NH. If your case has not yet been scheduled for an appointment, you can contact the National Visa Center for an updated case status.

The American Citizen Services (ACS) section provides information and assistance to American citizens in Yemen. American Citizen Services consists of the Passport & Citizenship and Special Consular Services units.

  • If you are an American citizen in an emergency situation, or if you are a relative of an American citizen in an emergency situation, please click for assistance.
  • If you are an American citizen and want to apply for American citizenship and an American passport for your child born in Yemen, click on more information.
  • If you wish to renew an American passport, click on more information.
  • If you have lost your American passport or it has been stolen, click on more information.
  • If you require a notarial service, please click on more information.
  • If you require information about voting in US elections while overseas, please click on more information.

The Smart Traveler Enrollment Program 

The State Department recently 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.

  • U.S. citizens around the world who travel or reside abroad can access this site either through a link on Travel.State.gov or directly at the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program home page. We invite you to register yourself and your family and get acquainted with the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program.
  • The new Smart Traveler Enrollment Program for American citizens allows you to enroll and update your contact information on the Internet at any time, making it easier for you to keep your information current. The site also provides you with up-to-date travel information customized to your unique travel agenda and itinerary. The data you provide is secured behind Department of State firewalls, accessed only by cleared personnel in Embassies, Consulates, and the Department of State, and releasable only under the provisions of the Privacy Act.

If you have specific questions about your enrollment in the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program with U.S. Embassy Sana’a, please contact us at SanaaACS@state.gov 

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