U.S. Observer Mission to COE
The United States is aware that many in the family of Europe share our concern over what can only be described as democratic backsliding in Hungary. Read the full statement here »
Latest from the Consulate General
"The United States urges the Russian authorities to act expeditiously to investigate and bring to justice those responsible. Our thoughts are with the Russian people and with Mr. Nemtsov’s family and friends as we mourn his loss." Full Statement »
Statement by State Department Spokesperson Jen Psaki on Continued Detention of Nadiya Savchenko (February 25, 2015)
"Russia’s detention and treatment of Ms. Savchenko is unacceptable. We call on Russia to honor its commitments under the September 2014 Minsk agreements and the February 15 implementation plan by immediately releasing Nadiya Savchenko and all other Ukrainian hostages." Full Statement »
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
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 USAStrasbourg@state.gov or call 01 43 12 47 11 or 03 88 35 86 15. More
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Travel to the U.S.
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).