U.S. Citizen Services
**Important: The Consular Agency in Barranquilla will be working on a reduced schedule of operations until further notice. Please call ahead to schedule appointments for Consular Reports of Birth Abroad, Passport Applications, and Notary Services.**
The American Citizen Services office at the U.S. Embassy in Bogotá and the U.S. Consular Agency in Barranquilla both provide assistance to U.S. citizens in Colombia.
The American Citizen Services (ACS) section of the U.S. Embassy in Bogotá offers a varied menu of services. Please select the service you require, follow all instructions, and make an appointment if necessary. Following is a list of the services that are provided with a link to the information.
Please contact ACSBogota@state.gov with any questions. You will typically receive a response within two (2) business days. If you have questions related to Federal Benefits, please contact FBUBogota@state.gov
NOTE: In some cases security measures in our system block/filter messages and/or attachments that are too large or may be suspected of containing malicious code, including:
• emoticons (.png files), which may be imbedded in the signature block of web-based emails,
• any PNG graphics, banners, movies or similar items, either imbedded or in attachments,
• video or audio attachments (such as .wma files),
• attachments larger than 5MB.
If you have not received a response to your email within two (2) business days, please make sure that your e-mail does not include any of these items before you resend it.
Please click here to review the American Citizens Service Office's holiday schedule
In order to obtain specific information about tax filing guidance for U.S. taxpayers living abroad please visit the Federal Benefits and Obligations page on travel.state.gov. For further information, please contact the International Taxpayer Service Call Center at 267-941-1000 (not toll-free).
Unfortunately, U.S. embassies and consulates can only mail tax returns on behalf of U.S. taxpayers under very specific circumstances.
U.S. PASSPORTS - ADDITIONAL PAGES
The U.S. Embassy in Bogota and the Consular Agency in Barranquilla no longer offer the “additional visa pages” service.
ANNOUNCEMENT: AIR-TRAVEL TO CANADA
For U.S. citizens and Lawful Permanent Residents
As of March 15, 2016, Canada expects electronic travel authorizations (eTA) for visa-exempt travelers seeking to enter the country by air. U.S. citizens are exempt from this requirement, however, lawful permanent residents of the U.S. who have an alien registration card will need to apply for such authorization. For further information, please click here
Fee changes effective Sep. 26, 2015
- Please click here for important information about changes to consular fees.