The U.S. Embassy in Prague works together with the Czech Republic to strengthen our partnership by advancing the key goals of regional stability, economic prosperity, and democratic transition within the Czech Republic and in Central Europe. Through its diplomatic and public activities, the U.S. Embassy seeks to ensure regional stability through our shared commitment to security organizations like NATO and the OSCE.
The Embassy offices are located in the historic Schoenborn Palace in the Mala Strana district of Prague.
U.S. Citizens Questions
- Emergency Contact
- For inquiries about U.S. Citizen issues please visit the U.S. Citizen section of this site.
- For U.S. citizens solely inquiring about passport, citizenship and other consular services not related to visa matters: ACSPrg@state.gov.
The Press Office of the Public Affairs Section is responsible for Embassy relations with the Czech and foreign press. The Press Attaché, as the official Embassy spokesperson, handles inquiries from the media on U.S. policy positions. Contact: PraguePress@state.gov
Human Rights Defenders
Human rights defenders peacefully protect human rights and fundamental freedoms, advocate for government transparency and accountability, promote access to justice, and expose corruption, including through investigative journalism. The U.S. Embassy in the Czech Republic can aid human rights defenders in a variety of ways. If you need assistance, please write to HRDSupportPrague@state.gov.