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If you have a need for urgent business or emergency travel, please contact the call center at (+994 12) 310 3010 or make the request via the online appointment system at


The U.S. Embassy in Baku, Azerbaijan has launched a new on-line and telephone customer service center for travelers applying for non-immigrant visas to travel to the United States. 

Customers can get information about non-immigrant visas, schedule interview appointments at the Embassy in Baku, and arrange for the delivery of passports and visas either online at or on the telephone at (+994) 12 310 - 3010. 

The web site is:  and is available 24 hours a day.

Live telephone assistance is available in English, Azerbaijani and Russian:

(+994) 12 310- 3010 - Azerbaijan

Monday - Friday from 0700 AM until 1900 PM (AZB-GMT-4) and

(703) 520-2534 – United States

Monday - Friday from 0800 AM until 1800 PM (USA-EST)

Live operators are also accessible via Skype via the Skype name USVISAAZERBAIJAN.

Once customers register for an online account, they can pay their application fees by credit card or cash at any Bank Standard branch (, and schedule appointments for an interview at the Embassy.  Applicants who receive visas can pick them up at Aramex courier center ( 

This service at the U.S. Embassy in Baku is part of the U.S. government's global program to support visa processing and to facilitate travel to the United States. 


Government officials traveling on official visas (A, G, C-3 and NATO visas) remain exempt from the interview and fingerprint requirement.  These types of applicants may continue to bring their documents directly to the US Embassy in Baku.


  • Do not make any final travel arrangements before you have obtained a visa.
  • To expedite getting through security at the Embassy, no electronics are allowed (cell phones, cameras, laptops).  Any other items you bring will be thoroughly searched and will delay your arrival into the Embassy.
  • Applicants are expected to make every effort to upload a photo for the Form DS-160 that meets the designated requirements.  However, if the photo upload is not accepted as suitable by the DS-160 system, applicants must continue without a photo.  Whether a photo is successfully uploaded or not, applicants are requested to bring a photo, meeting the photo requirements to the interview.

Photograph for the visa must be taken within the last six months. NO photoshopped or retouched photos will be accepted.


  • Cell Phones Not Permitted on Embassy Grounds
    For the safety and security of all applicants and employees, visa applicants and ACS customers are not permitted to bring cell phones or other electronic  devices into the U.S. Embassy.  Please make arrangements to leave your electronic equipment in a safe location off Embassy grounds during your interview appointment. We regret any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your cooperation.