Alerts Update

U.S. Embassy in Azerbaijan Resumes Routine Services for American Citizens

The Consular Section of the U.S. Embassy is pleased to announce the resumption of routine
services for American Citizens beginning Tuesday, September 22, 2020. A limited number of
passport, consular report of birth abroad (CRBA), and notarial service appointments will be
available on Tuesday and Thursday mornings. Visitors to the Embassy must wear a face mask
for the duration of their time on the Embassy compound, and must arrive on time to ensure
appropriate social distancing. Appointments can be made online on the U.S. Embassy website.

You Can Vote From Baku! Mail/Fax/Scan your ballots to your State at the U.S. Embassy

Election season is upon us!
Please visit FVAP.gov to request an absentee ballot and to learn more about your home state’s voting procedures for overseas citizens. The U.S. Embassy is accepting mail-in ballots in a locked ballot-collection box in the guard booth at the entrance of the U.S. Embassy. These ballots will be transported back to the United States via diplomatic pouch, and mailed to their respective destinations via USPS once they reach Washington, D.C.
This service is free of charge for American Citizens. Please allow 3-4 weeks for delivery. We can also help you scan/email or fax your ballot in, depending on your home state’s requirements.
Get those ballots in now!
Assistance:
U.S. Embassy Baku, Azerbaijan
111 Azadlig Avenue
AZ1007 Baku, Azerbaijan
(994 12) 488 3300
BakuACS@state.gov
U.S. Embassy Bakuwebsite 
State Department – Consular Affairs
888-407-4747 or 202-501-4444
Azerbaijan Country Information
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