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How to Contact the Polish Embassy in Washington D.C.

Whether you are a Polish Citizen or an American planning a trip to Poland, the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Washington D.C. can offer a wide range of services to assist you and address your inquiries and issues. However, it may be quite challenging to find a way to contact the embassy.

This article will provide you with all the necessary information on how you can contact the Embassy of Poland in Washington D.C. and will introduce you to an easier and faster way to contact any foreign consulate or embassy using DoNotPay.

About the Embassy of Poland in Washington, D.C.

The Embassy of Poland in Washington D.C. looks after the United States residents who reside in territories within its jurisdiction. This means that you can only apply for a service at the Embassy of Poland in Washington D.C. if you live in one of the following states:

  1. Alabama
  2. District of Columbia
  3. Florida
  4. Georgia
  5. Kentucky
  6. Maryland
  7. North Carolina
  8. South Carolina
  9. Tennessee
  10. Virginia
  11. West Virginia
  12. Puerto Rico
  13. The American Virgin Islands
  14. The Commonwealth of the Bahamas
  15. Guam Territories
  16. Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands

If you do not live in one of these states, then you must contact the appropriate Polish Consulate with jurisdiction over your area of residence. Poland has 21 other representations in the United States including consulates in the following states:

  1. Akron
  2. Anchorage
  3. Atlanta
  4. Charlottesville
  5. Chicago
  6. Denver
  7. Detroit
  8. Hartford
  9. Honolulu
  10. Houston
  11. Las Vegas
  12. Los Angeles
  13. Miami
  14. New York
  15. Philadelphia
  16. Pittsburgh
  17. Raleigh
  18. San Diego
  19. San Francisco
  20. Seattle
  21. St. Louis

Where is the Embassy of Poland in Washington, D.C.?

The Embassy of the Republic of Poland is located near Columbia Heights and Meridian Hill Park. Its exact address is:

2640 16th Street, NW

Washington, D.C. 20009

United States of America

If you are using public transport, consider the following transit lines that have routes and stops near the Consulate of Poland:

  • If you are considering taking the bus, choose 42, 43, L2, or N6
  • If you are taking the Metro, choose the METRORAIL RED LINE

How to Contact the Embassy of Poland in Washington D.C.?

Address 2640 16th Street, NW

Washington, D.C. 20009

United States of America

Telephone +1 (202) 499-1700
Office Hours Monday – Friday

8:15 AM- 4:15 PM

Visits are only offered by appointment.

Always contact the consulate before your visit.

Email waszyngton.amb.sekretariat@msz.gov.pl
Website https://www.gov.pl/web/usa
Social Media Facebook

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Fax + 1 (202) 328-2152
Head of Mission Mr. Piotr Antoni Wilczek - Ambassador

Special Announcements from the Embassy of Poland in Washington DC Regarding COVID-19

Who is allowed entry to Poland?

  • Citizens of Poland
  • Foreigners who are spouses or children of Polish Citizens
  • Foreigners with a Pole’s Card
  • Foreigners who are permitted permanent or temporary residence in Poland
  • Foreigners who have the right to work in Poland
  • Students studying in Poland and their guardians who travel with them.
  • Nationals of the European Union Countries, Switzerland, European Free Trade Association (EFTA) Member Countries and their children and spouses.
  • Citizens of Great Britain, Belarus, and Northern Ireland and their spouses and children under the age of 18.
  • Citizens, and holders of residence, of the following countries
    • Georgia
    • Japan
    • Canada
    • New Zealand
    • Thailand
    • Republic of Korea
    • Republic of Tunisia
    • Australia
    • Israel
    • United States of America

Services Offered by the Embassy of Poland

Passport Services

  1. Passport for Adults
  2. Passport for children under the age of 5
  3. Passport for children between the ages of 5 and 13
  4. Passport for children over the age of 13
  5. Temporary Passport for an Adult
  6. Temporary Passport for a Minor
  7. Report a lost passport
  8. Report a lost or damaged ID card

Visa Services

These Visas are typically issued for single, double, or multiple entries, which decides how many times you can enter Poland during the validity of your visa.

  1. Type C Visa – Schengen Short Stay Visit: A visa for tourism, visiting family or friends, business trips, conferences, sports events, and cultural activities. It is issued for stays up to 90 days.
  2. Type D Visa – National Long Stay: A visa issued for purposes, including but not limited to: employment, residence, religious reasons, and studying. It is issued for stays over 90 days – these are usually issued as single or multiple entries.
  3. Type A Visa – Transit: This visa allows you to travel through Poland to another country in the Schengen territory. You are not permitted to leave the transit area of the airport.

Note that: citizens of the United States do not require a tourist visa, (Type C Visa) to enter Poland.

How to Contact the Embassy of Poland in Washington D.C. With DoNotPay in Minutes

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