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  • Consul General Amy Westling and Ambassador Ferenc Robak (Photo: Titkárság / Hungarian PermRep in Strasbourg)

    Inauguration of Robert Capa Exhibit

    Consul General Westling and Ambassador Robak, along with Assistant Secretary General Battaini-Dragoni inaugurated a Robert Capa exhibit at the Council of Europe on 1 July.

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  • Benjamin Franklin Transatlantic Fellows Summer Institute 2015. Mr. Gabin Saulnier and Ms. Chloé Daveux (Photo: DOS/Patrick Maulave)

    Benjamin Franklin Fellows 2015

    Mr. Gabin Saulnier from Alsace and Ms. Chloé Daveux from Mayenne have been selected to represent France in the State Department funded Benjamin Franklin Transatlantic Summer Institute.

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  • Pow Wow in Ornans (Photo: DOS/Timothée Chevant)

    Celebrating Cultural Diversity in Ornans

    The fourth edition of the Pow Wow in Ornans brought 47 Native Americans from U.S. and Canadian nations to Ornans to share their traditions with students and visitors.

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  • Team Ukulele / InnoCup Jr. 2015 (Photo: DOS/Timothée Chevant)

    InnoCup Jr. 2015

    Alsatian teams became second (ukulele bass) and third (EMA) in national finals in Grenoble last week. Congratulations to both awarded teams!

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  • Consul General Amy Westling (Photo: DOS)

    Independence Day Celebration 2015

    On June 27, CG Strasbourg staff hosted over 700 officials, diplomats, friends, and U.S. association members at a garden party reception at the CG’s residence to celebrate U.S. Independence Day.

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    U.S. Consulate General Strasbourg Hosts IFTAR Dinner with Interfaith Community

    Consulate General Strasbourg joined with religious representatives to celebrate Ramadan with an Iftar dinner at the Consul General’s Residence July 7.   More »

  • Consul General Amy P. Westling at Lorraine American Cemetary
    Memorial Day 2015

    Consul General Westling: "Our common values compel us to continue working to maintain democracy, freedom, and human rights. We can never take these things for granted. So as we honor the fallen, we should also rededicate ourselves to doing our utmost so such sacrifices will not have to be repeated."   More »

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    Important Note for Consular Services and Payments

    For Consular services rendered at the Consulate General in Strasbourg, payment may be made by major credit card only as we do not accept personal checks and/or cash in dollars or euros. The fee for notarial services is 50 USD per consular seal and signature, or the euro equivalent (see the consular services exchange rate on Paris US embassy page... 

Information on Consular Services

  • DOS Seal Effective from September 15, 2014, the U.S. Consulate General in Strasbourg will provide Consular services on Mondays and Fridays 9:00-13:00. 
    If you need to make an appointment at the U.S. Consulate General in Strasbourg, please send an email to or call 01 43 12 47 11 or 03 88 35 86 15.  More 

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    Travelers from Visa Waiver Program (VWP) countries, including France, are now required to pay a fee of $14.00 when applying for an Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA).