Thank you for visiting our website. Routine and emergency services for U.S. citizens are available. For immigrant visas, we continue to focus on cases whose interview appointments were deferred after the February 1, 2021 military coup.
We are accepting Interview Waiver applications only for crew members (C1/D) from international airlines and cruise/ships and students (F, M, J). Crew members and students eligible for the Interview Waiver Program may drop off their complete applications packets at the U.S. Embassy Consular Section on Wednesdays, 8:00 am – 10:00 am.
Crew members – please contact your employer with any questions on submitting
your application packet.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. Due to the high volume of emails, there may be a delay in response. If you need an emergency appointment, please contact the appropriate unit below.
American Citizen Services – ACSRangoon@state.gov
Immigrant Visas – IVRangoon@state.gov
Nonimmigrant Visas – NIVInquiryRangoon@state.gov
Visitors are not permitted to bring personal electronic devices (PEDs) or liquids onto the Embassy compound. This applies to U.S. citizens and visa applicants. PEDs include computers, laptops, radios, cellphones, smart phones, MP3 players, iPads and other tablet devices, handheld gaming devices, smart watches, and wearable electronic fitness devices. Storage is not available at the Embassy compound for PEDs. Water fountains are available in the Consular waiting room.
Updated September 6, 2022
Welcome to American Citizen Services (ACS) for U.S. Mission Burma. We provide a range of services and information. All non-emergency consular services, including passport applications, notarizations, and reports of birth abroad, require an appointment. We will not accept walk-ins. This assists us in providing prompt and efficient consular services to American Citizens residing in and visiting Burma.