U.S. Citizen Services

Information for U.S. Citizens regarding novel coronavirus:  As of March 16, the United States Embassy in Prague has reduced U.S. Citizens Services appointments due to reduced staffing. If you currently have an appointment scheduled, we will honor that appointment. We will resume routine services as soon as possible but in the interim, we are able to maintain a reduced schedule. If you have an urgent matter and are unable to secure an appointment, please contact our ACS section at ACSPRG@state.gov to request an emergency appointment.

For further information about the Presidential Proclamations, please visit: https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/traveladvisories/ea/Presidential-Proclamation-Coronavirus.html

Appointment System for American Citizen Services

Please note that an appointment is required for all routine consular services (non-emergency passports, citizenship, birth registration, federal benefits inquiries, or notary services), and we will not be able to provide routine services to those who come without an appointment.

For more information about who can attend appointments, please click here

Who We Are and What We Do

The American Citizen Services (ACS) office is part of the Consular section of the U.S. Embassy in Prague and provides assistance to U.S. citizens traveling or living in Czech Republic.

Information and services are offered for several issues, including U.S. passports, U.S. citizenship, Children of U.S. Citizens born abroad, Marriage in Czech Republic, Federal Benefits for U.S. Citizens living abroad, and Notarization of documents.

Please note that the staff is not authorized to perform personal tasks for citizens. For example, Consular Officers cannot act as travel agents, banks, interpreters or lawyers. They may not search for employers, obtain residence or driving permits, search for missing items or settle disputes with merchants.

A valid ticket which has been stamped with date and time is required for travel on public transportation in the Czech Republic, including all metros, trams and buses. You must validate (punch) your purchased ticket before descending the metro escalators or upon entering a tram or bus by inserting it into a machine.  The machine will stamp your ticket with the date and the time of the start of your trip.  If someone identifies himself as an inspector and you do not have a validated ticket, you will be subject to a fine on the spot.  The Embassy does not provide legal advice or recommendations regarding issues with Prague Transport.  For more information: https://www.dpp.cz/en


Alerts and Messages

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