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The Embassy offers consular services for American citizens in Busan for two days each month.

US Consular Services in Busan

The Embassy offers consular services for American citizens in Busan for two days each month.

During these visits, U.S. citizens can apply for U.S. passports, additional visa pages in their current passports, Consular Reports of Birth Abroad, and Social Security cards.  A consular officer will also offer notarial services and provide information regarding voting, federal benefits, and enrollment with the Embassy. The consular staff is also available to assist with emergencies involving U.S. citizens. Any questions about requirements should be directed by email to

Officials from the Embassy's ACS Unit will next be in Busan on Monday, December 19, and Tuesday, December 20, 2011.  A Consular Officer will be available on November 21, from 1:00–4:00 p.m. and on November 22, from 9:00 a.m. to noon at the American Presence Post (APP), Lotte Gold Rose Building (also known as the Job Center Building), #150-3, Yangjung-dong, Busanjin-gu, Room No. 612. 

Please note that an appointment is now required for services in Busan. Call the U.S. Embassy to schedule an appointment at 02-397-4114. Please specify that you would like to make an appointment for consular services at the Busan office and which date you would prefer (it can be any of those listed below). Be sure to call by noon on the Friday prior to the visit.



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