Learn more about key officers at the U.S. Embassy & Consulate in Spain and Andorra
For life-or-death emergencies, call the Spanish emergency number 112 for immediate assistance. They can provide emergency police, ambulance, and/or fire services.
*Barcelona area includes Catalonia, Aragon, and Andorra.
If you need assistance related to a U.S. passport, report of birth, or any routine service for a U.S. citizen in the Madrid area, please email MadridACS@state.gov.
If you need assistance related to a U.S. passport, report of birth, or any routine service for a U.S. citizen in the Barcelona area, please email BarcelonaACS@state.gov.
Note: Time difference between Washington D.C. and Spain/Andorra is + 6 hours.
If you are a U.S. citizen in Spain or Andorra who requires emergency assistance, please call the local emergency number, which is 112. This number is available 24/7, toll free, and can be dialed from Spanish and Andorran landline telephones, mobile phones, and public phones. Use this number only in an emergency, such as an accident, fire, urgent medical assistance, assaults, robberies, or natural disasters.
Emergency passport services for U.S. citizens traveling within the next two weeks are provided only at the U.S. Embassy in Madrid and the U.S. Consulate General in Barcelona. For more information.
For an emergency involving an American citizen requiring embassy or consulate assistance outside of normal business hours (Spain is six hours ahead of the U.S. east coast), please call (+34) 91 587 2200. All consular offices in Spain are open Monday through Friday, except for U.S. and Spanish holidays (PDF 275K)
Visa services are provided only at the U.S. Embassy in Madrid and only by appointment. Get her more information or call (+34) 91 123 8866 (within Spain) or +1-703-543-9306 (within the United States). Information about ESTA.
Counselor for Commercial Affairs: John Coronado
Embassy of the United States of America
Tel: (+34) 91 587 2200
Fax: (91) 576-8464
For applications for visas for official travel to the United States (visa categories A, G, and NATO) you need to schedule an appointment. Please send us an email to: Diplomaticvisasmadrid@state.gov
For other questions or information on diplomatic and official visas please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications for diplomats for non-official travel (e.g. B1/B2 visas for tourism) must arrange a visa interview by emailing email@example.com.
To apply for an appointment:
Email: See our website
Skype: Customer service center agents are able to assist you via Skype: skype:live:skype-es?call