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A Map of U.S. Consular Districts in Russia

The U.S. Consulates General in Yekaterinburg, St. Petersburg, and Vladivostok, as well as the Embassy in Moscow, provide a full range of services to American citizens and issue nonimmigrant visas to the Russian public.

Nonimmigrant visa applicants are encouraged to apply in the consular district in which they reside. In addition, resident American citizens should register with the Consular Section responsible for their consular district.

See a list of Russian regions

U.S. Consulates

The U.S. Consulate General in St. Petersburg

Ulitsa Furshtadskaya, 15, St. Petersburg 191028
Russia — PSC 78, Box L, APO AE 09723
Tel: +7 (812) 331-2600, fax: 331-2674
(Saint Petersburg is 9 hours ahead of Washington)
After hours emergencies: 331-2600
E-mail: StPetersburgACS@state.gov

Consul General: Bruce Turner
Deputy Principal Officer: Terrence Flynn
Public Affairs Officer: Steven Labensky
Pol/Econ Officer: Chad Norberg
Principal Commercial Officer: Kenneth Duckworth 

U.S. Foreign Commercial Service
American Consulate General
Nevskiy Prospect, 25, St. Petersburg 191186, Russia
Tel: +7 (812) 326-2560, fax: 326-2561
(Saint Petersburg is 9 hours ahead of Washington)

Public Affairs Office
Naberezhnaya Reki Moyki, 36
"Severnaya Stolitsa" Business Center, 4th floor
St. Petersburg 191186, Russia
Tel +7 (812) 336-7760, fax: 336-7766
(Saint Petersburg is 9 hours ahead of Washington)
E-mail: ircpeter@state.gov

The St. Petersburg Consular District covers the following regions of the Russian Federation: the Republic of Kareliya; Leningrad Oblast; Vologda Oblast; Pskov Oblast; Novgorod Oblast; Arkhangel'sk Oblast; Murmansk Oblast; Kaliningrad Oblast; the Nenetskiy Autonomous Okrug; and the City of St. Petersburg.

See our site: http://stpetersburg.usconsulate.gov/

The U.S. Consulate General in Vladivostok

Ulitsa Pushkinskaya 32, Vladivostok 690001
Pouch: Dept. of State, 5880 Vladivostok Pl., Wash., D.C. 20521-5880
Tel: +7 (4232) 30-00-70 (international phone: +7-501 (4232) 30-00-70
Fax: +7 (4232) 49-93-72 (international fax: +7-501 (4232) 49-93-72)
CON: 49-93-81; fax: 30-00-91 (international fax: +7-501 (4232) 300091)
PAO: 30-00-70, fax: 30-00-95 (international fax: +7-501 (4232) 300095)
(Vladivostok is 15 hours ahead of Washington)
FCS Tel: 49-93-81, fax: 30-00-92
E-mail: vladcons@state.gov

Consul General: Erik Holm-Olsen
Management Officer:
Molly Fayen
Consular Officer:
Edward Soltow
Political/Economic Affairs:
Elizabeth MacDonald
Public Affairs Officer:
Dae Kim 

The Vladivostok Consular District works with the following regions of the Russian Federation: the Republic of Sakha; the Chukotskiy Autonomous Okrug; the Yevreyskaya Autonomous Oblast; Sakhalin Oblast; Koryakskiy Autonomous Okrug; Magadan Oblast; Amur Kray; Kamchatka Oblast; Khabarovsk Kray; and Primorye Kray.

See our site: http://vladivostok.usconsulate.gov/

The U.S. Consulate General in Yekaterinburg

Ulitsa Gogolya 15A, 4th floor Yekaterinburg 620151, Russia
Pouch: 5890 Yekaterinburg Pl., Wash., D.C. 20521-5890
Tel: (343) 379-30-01, 379-46-19
Fax: (343) 379-45-15
From U.S.: 011-7 (343) xxx-xx-xx
PA: (343) 379-47-60; fax: 379-47-60
(Yekaterinburg is 10 hours ahead of Washington)
Email: uscgyekat@state.gov
Consular Section: consulyekat@state.gov

The Yekaterinburg Consular District covers the following regions of the Russian Federation: the Republic of Bashkortostan; Chelyabinsk Oblast; the Khanty-Mansiyskiy Autonomous Okrug; the Permskiy Krai; Kurgan Oblast; Omsk Oblast; Orenburg Oblast; Sverdlovsk Oblast; Tyumen Oblast; the Republic of Udmurtiya; and the Yamalo-Nenetskiy Autonomous Okrug.

Consul General:  Otto H Van Maerssen
Political/Economic/Commercial Officer:  John J Rutherford
Consular Officer: John Fletcher
Consular Officer: David Salvo
Branch Public Affairs Officer: Hayden, Kristina R

See our site: http://yekaterinburg.usconsulate.gov/

American Citizen Services and Visa Services at the Consulates

The U.S. Consulates General in Yekaterinburg, St. Petersburg, and Vladivostok, as well as the Embassy in Moscow, provide a full range of services to American citizens and issue nonimmigrant visas to the Russian public. However, only the Embassy in Moscow processes fiance(e) and immigrant visa cases. Nonimmigrant visa applicants are encouraged to apply in the consular district in which they reside. In addition, resident American citizens should register with the Consular Section responsible for their consular district.

 

Important Information

The Department of State Bureau of Consular Affairs is currently experiencing technical problems with our passport/visa system.  This issue is worldwide and is not specific to any particular country, citizenship document, or visa category. We apologize to applicants who are experiencing delays or are unable to obtain a passport, Consular Report of Birth Abroad, or visa at this time. We are working urgently to correct the problem and expect our system to be fully operational again soon.

The best way to track the status of your delivery is on the following link: http://ww.ustraveldocs.com/ru/ru-main-contactus.asp#status.

Please ensure, that you enter your passport number in the same format as it was entered into the system at the time of the appointment scheduling.