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What is an embassy?

Embassies are responsible for government-to-government relations.

An embassy is the official diplomatic representation, or mission, of one government to another. The person in charge, usually an ambassador, is the personal representative of the head of state of the country sending the mission to the host country. Embassies are responsible for government-to-government relations.

Embassy Services

Can an embassy protect you?

In extreme or exceptional circumstances, U.S. embassies and consulates can offer alternative forms of protection, including (in most countries) temporary refuge, a referral to the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program, or a request for parole to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

Government services

Can you just walk into an embassy?

Technically you can walk up to an embassy if you are a passport holder. However, in practice they may not let you in if there isn’t an urgent need. … Embassies are generally an extension of government services, from the perspective of a citizen.

Embassy

An embassy is a diplomatic mission generally located in the capital city of another country which offers a full range of services, including consular services.
A
Afghanistan
E
East Timor (see Timor-Leste)
Macedonia Serbia
Albania Ecuador Madagascar Seychelles
Algeria Egypt Malawi Sierra Leone
Andorra El Salvador Malaysia Singapore
Angola Eritrea Maldives Sint Maarten
Antigua and Barbuda Estonia Mali Slovakia
Antilles Ethiopia Malta Slovenia
Argentina
F
Fiji
Marshall Islands Solomon Islands
Armenia Finland Mauritania Somalia
Aruba France Mauritius South Africa
Australia
G
Gabon
Mayotte South Korea
Austria Gambia, The Mexico South Sudan
Azerbaijan Georgia Micronesia Spain
B
The Bahamas
Germany Moldova Sri Lanka
Bahrain Ghana Monaco St Kitts
Bangladesh Gibraltar Mongolia St Lucia
Barbados Greece Montenegro Sudan
Belarus Greenland Montserrat Suriname
Belgium Grenada Morocco Swaziland
Belize Guatemal Mozambique Sweden
Benin Guatemala Myanmar Switzerland
Bermuda Guinea
N
Namibia
Syechelles
Bhutan Guyana Nauru Syria
Bolivia
H
Haiti
Nepal
T
Taiwan
Bosnia and Herzegovina Holy See Netherlands Tajikistan
Botswana Honduras New Zealand Tanzania
Brazil Hong Kong New Zeland Thailand
British Virgin Island Hungary Nicaragua Timor-Leste
Brunei
I
Iceland
Niger Togo
Bulgaria India Nigeria Tonga
Burkina Faso Indonesia North Korea Trinidad & Tobago
Burma Iran Norway Trinidad and Tobago
Burundi Iraq
O
Oman
Tunisia
C
Cabo Verde
Ireland
P
Pakistan
Turkey
Cambodia Israel Palau Turkmenistan
Cameroon Italy Palestinian Territories Turks & Caicos Island
Canada
J
Jamaica
Panama Tuvalu
Cayman Islands Japan Papua New Guinea
U
UAE
Central African Republic Jordan Paraguay Uganda
Chad
K
Kazakhstan
Peru UK (British)
Chile Kenya Philippines Ukraine
China Kiribati Poland (Polish) Uruguay
Colombia Kosovo Portugal USA
Comoros Kuwait Puerto Rico Uzbekistan
Congo, Democratic Republic of the Kyrgystan
Q
Qatar
V
Vanuatu
Costa Rica Kyrgyzstan
R
Romania
Venezeula
Cote d'Ivoire
L
Laos
Russia Vietnam
Croatia Latvia Rwanda
Y
Yemen
Cuba Lebanon
S
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Z
Zambia
Curacao Lesotho Saint Lucia Zimbabwe
Cyprus Liberia Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Czech Republic Libya Samoa
D
Denmark
Liechtenstein San Marino
Djibouti Lithuania Sao Tome and Principe
Dominica Luxembourg Saudi Arabia
Dominican Republic
M
Macau
Senegal

Is there a US embassy in all countries?

The U.S. has embassies in all countries it recognizes apart from Bhutan, Iran, Maldives, North Korea, Syria and Yemen. It has ‘interest sections’ in other nation’s embassies in Iran and Syria.