Embassy of the United States in Nepal

The goal of the United States Embassy is to promote peace and a democracy within Nepal. The United States Embassy also works to gain the support of the Nepali government in global issues. Together the countries work to fight terrorism, the control of drug trafficking and environmental protection. But first and foremost, the U.S. Embassy in Nepal serves to provide support in a number of areas to United States citizens.

The U.S. Embassy in Nepal is located in the city of Kathmandu, and has various divisions that focus on different aspects of the embassy’s mission. The Consular Services section is there to provide United States citizens information regarding the laws, culture, traditions, customs, destinations and safety advise. They are also able to assist in the renewal and application for passports and visas, voting from outside the United States, birth registration, adoptions, marriage in Nepal and emergency services. When looking at emergency services, the Embassy of the United States is able to provide listings of medical centers and doctors, assist during injury, death or illness, and during natural disasters or civil unrest. If an American citizen is detained or arrested the embassy can contact family and friends on the detainee’s behalf and recommend a lawyer at their own expense. The Embassy of the United States in not able to negotiate release, prison accommodation or participate in any matters relating to the courts.

The U.S. Embassy requests that all United States citizens read the safety updates on their website, or contact them directly for recent news. It is also extremely important to register their presence in the country with the embassy in case of emergency.

U.S. Embassy in Nepal
Panipokhari, Kathmandu, Nepal
Telephone: (+977 1) 441 1179 Fax: (+977 1) 441 9963
Email: consktm@state.gov or usembktm@state.gov

Please note: Contact details are subject to changes


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dinesh lamichhane - 2011-05-15 02:15:02

sir/madam my father and mother want to go us because they want to met my brothers family .they applied for visa but consular told them the bank amount which shows my brother is less.they have their money so why they could not get visa? they are 68 and62.

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Nepal.com Team - 2011-04-06 09:06:36

Thank you for posting your comments on Nepal.com. Please note that we do not represent the US Embassy in Nepal, or any government authorities. We have, however, provided contact information and a link to their website at the end of the article. -- Best wishes, Nepal.com

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DEEPA GAUTAM - 2011-04-06 06:53:58

i got notification of second letter for 2011 EDV on March. but now i am in australia. so can i do all my processing from australia by transferring my file in australia. also i was not married when i got my first letter but now i am married and now living with my husband in australia. can u please suggest what shall i do ?

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