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Virtual Consulate Bangalore

United States Virtual Consulate Bangalore, India

Vidhana Soudha (State Dept.)

Vidhana Soudha

Welcome to Our Virtual Consulate

On this site you will find news, events, and services for Bangalore from the United States. 

For Visa Questions

To schedule an appointment for a visa, click here

If you have any questions about visas, you may send your inquiry to - support-india@ustraveldocs.com or call them at – 91-120-484-4644 , 91-40-4625-8222 and 1-703-520-2239 ( for applicants dialing from United States).

Please use the above resources.  If your concern is not met by one of the above contacts, the following number is available between 9 and 10 a.m. Monday-Friday. Calls to this number will be redirected to the above contacts if they meet those criteria.  Only if they do not meet those criteria will the call to this number be answered. 
91-44-28574142/43.

Any inquiry from Congressional Representatives may be forwarded to ConsularNewdel@state.gov

Please inform us if you have information about obtaining visas by fraud. Be as specific as possible. All information will be kept confidential. You may send the information to - chennaiaf@state.gov

For questions related to DNA process, please contact ChennaiDNA@state.gov

If you have lost your passport or it was stolen, you must inform the consulate by email to chennaiaf@state.gov. Please mention your passport number, name, and contact details.

American Citizens Services 

To schedule an appointment, please click here
To contact the citizens services unit, please e-mail chennaics@state.gov.
To receive information on Bangalore outreach program – chennaicsoutreach@state.gov .
To fax, please use number 044 28574344 for applicants dialing from India and  91 44 28574344 for applicants dialing from outside India.

Webmaster

For questions about the Bangalore Virtual Consulate, contact our webmaster:

bangalorewebmaster@state.gov 

Bangalore Passport Services

  • The U.S. Consulate General in Chennai, India, will conduct off-site passport services for American citizens in Bangalore on October 14, 15, and 16, 2014.

American Corner 2.0

  • Consul General Jennifer McIntyre and Bharathiya Vidya Bhavan Chairman N. Ramanuja interact with students at the new American Corner in Bangalore on Monday, January 30, 2012. (Photo Credit: Karnataka Photo News)

    With more space, three new computers and 70 new books, U.S. Consul General Jennifer McIntyre noted that the American Corner in Bangalore “will continue to serve as a venue for events, interaction and information exchange related to Indo-U.S. interest.” Remarks | Photos

AMERICAN CORNER BANGALORE

  • American Corner

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