U.S. Citizens in Tunisia
The American Citizen Services (ACS) unit of the Consular Section provides information and assistance to U.S. citizens in Tunisia. More information on each type of assistance is available via the links below:
- Passport and citizenship services
- Birth registrations for U.S. citizen children born in Tunisia
- Notarial and authentication services
- Information on marriage in Tunisia
- Information on voting by absentee ballot
- General information for Americans visiting or residing in Tunisia
- Information on Federal benefits including Social Security numbers
See also the options on the menu at the left side of this page. You may also contact the American Citizens Services unit by e-mail.
To better serve our American community, the Consular Section schedules all non-emergency services to U.S. Citizens by appointment only. Appointments are made through our convenient online system. Please follow the links below to link to schedule an appointment:
- Appointments for passports, reports of birth or other non-notarial services
- Appointments for notarial services
We, of course, accept emergency cases without an appointment. In an emergency, please contact the U.S. Embassy via the main switchboard at +216 71-107-000. In an after-hours emergency, please call +216 71-107-000, press 0 and ask for the duty officer.
Registration with the Embassy
Our Consular Information Program is the cornerstone of our efforts to keep the American traveling public aware of problems threatening their safety and security.
If you would like to receive important information issued by the U.S. Department of State and the Embassy in Tunis, please register your stay in Tunisia via the link below
If you provide your e-mail address at the time of registration, you will receive all Embassy bulletins and warden messages automatically.
Safety Message for American Citizens
As the Department continues to develop information on any potential security threats to U.S. citizens overseas, it shares credible threat information through its consular information program documents, available on http://travel.state.gov.
In addition to information on the Internet, travelers may obtain up-to-date information on security conditions by calling 1-888-407-4747 toll-free in the U.S. or outside the U.S. and Canada on a regular toll line at 1-317-472-2328