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Emergency Contacts

If you need immediate assistance for a life or death emergency involving an American citizen, please call +381 11 706-4000 during business hours, or to reach a duty officer outside of working hours.

We can provide consular assistance to U.S. citizens in Serbia who are victims of crime, become ill, are arrested or experience other emergencies.

We can help:

  • Replace a stolen passport
  • Contact family, friends, or employers
  • Address emergency needs that arise as a result of the crime
  • Provide a list of local lawyers and medical providers who speak English

We cannot:

  • Investigate crimes
  • Provide legal advice or represent you in court
  • Serve as official interpreters or translators
  • Pay legal, medical, or other fees for you

Local Emergency Numbers

Police: 192
Fire department: 193
Ambulance: 194

If you are a Human Rights Defender in need of support, please contact us at HRDSupportBelgrade@state.gov.

Embassy Location

92 Bulevar kneza Aleksandra Karadjordjevica
11040 Belgrade, Serbia
Phone: +381 11 706-4000

Consular Services

Consular services are available by appointment only.

For all information about U.S. visas please visit the Official U.S. Department of State Visa Appointment Service.

For specific questions about nonimmigrant visa cases after the visa interview email us at consbelgrade@state.gov.

For questions about immigrant visa applications, immigrant visa petitions, diversity visa program (DV Lottery), fiancé(e) visas, returning resident visas, transportation letters, boarding foils for lawful permanent residents and immigrant visa waivers, please contact the immigrant visa unit by email belgradeiv@state.gov.

Human Resources

To view a current list of all available positions at the U.S. Mission in Serbia and to apply online, please visit our ERA site. All applications must be submitted through ERA to be considered. For all questions regarding employment with the U.S. Mission in Serbia please contact us via email: BelgradeHRO@state.gov

Media Inquiries

Public Diplomacy Section works closely with Serbian print and electronic media to provide objective information on U.S. government policies, provides information on policies of the U.S. government, disseminates statements, and responds to queries from journalists regarding U.S. government actions and positions.

You can contact the Press Office via email belgradepress@state.gov

Key Officers

Christopher R. Hill

John Ginkel
Deputy Chief of Mission

Brooke Isham
USAID Mission Director

Nicholas Heltzel
Consular Chief

Robert Collins
Management Counselor

Michael Kelleher
Political Counselor

Philip Beekman
Public Affairs Counselor

Joseph Boski
Economic Chief

Rachel Duran
Senior Commercial Officer

Colonel Corey Shea
Defense Attaché

Charles Rush
Agricultural Attaché (Residing in Rome)