When visiting the ACS office, please keep the following in mind, which will help ensure that your needs are met as efficiently as possible.
Be prepared with all required documents, as detailed on the appropriate forms you received or on the Embassy website. Please see the links on the left for specific services requirements.
Bring your U.S. passport or other proof of your U.S. citizenship.
Come on time for your scheduled appointment.
- The Embassy guards are not responsible for prohibited items that are lost or returned damaged. Please see the list of prohibited items here.
Please be informed that routine consular services will be provided to the general public based on the appointment as follows:
Monday – Thursday 1.00 – 3.00 PM and Friday 8.00 – 12:00 AM
Embassy is closed on U.S. and Czech official holidays.
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.
We are also open for emergency services Monday – Friday 8:30-11:30.
Please note that the section is closed on the following American and Czech Republic holidays.
The time difference from the East Coast of the United States to all cities in the Czech Republic is six hours. When dialing from the U.S. the country code for the Czech Republic is +420.
Please note that all non-emergency services require appointments. Appointments can be made free of charge online.