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All About The Venezuelan Embassy in Washington D.C.

The Venezuelan Embassy in Washington D.C. serves as the head of the diplomatic mission in the U.S. The embassy oversees other Venezuelan consulates in the U.S. and has its own consular department for a visa, passport, and civil registration needs.

All essential information regarding the Venezuelan Embassy in Washington D.C. will be gone over in this article. DoNotPay will also introduce you to how to contact the embassy easily and quickly with DoNotPay!

The Venezuelan Embassy in the U.S.

While there is 1 Venezuelan Embassy in the United States, there are a total of 7 Venezuelan consulates in the U.S. The consulates are located in:

  • San Francisco
  • Boston
  • Chicago
  • Houston
  • New Orleans
  • New York
  • Miami

The Venezuelan Embassy also houses a consulate office, where basic consular services are provided. Here’s where you need to live to enlist the services of the D.C. consulate:

  • Maryland
  • Virginia
  • West Virginia
  • Ohio
  • Kentucky
  • D.C.

If you don’t see your state or area in this list, you’ll need to contact a different location.

Where is the Venezuelan Embassy in Washington D.C.?

The Venezuelan Embassy in Washington D.C. Is located 1 mile from Georgetown University. The exact address is:

1099 30th St NW # 2, Washington, DC 20007

There are multiple ways to get to the Venezuelan Embassy in Washington D.C.

  • You can take the Metrorail Red Line and get off at the Farragut North station, which is a 25-minute walk from the Venezuelan Embassy.
  • You can also take buses 30N or 30S and get off at Friendship Heights-SouthEast station, which is a 4-minute walk from the Venezuelan Embassy. The bus station Wisconsin Avenue is only a 4-minute walk from the Embassy and is on route for Bus 31 and bus 33.
  • You can also take a taxi or drive yourself, but the latter option is not recommended because parking is hard to access.

Services the Venezuelan Embassy in Washington D.C. Provides

The Venezuelan Embassy in Washington D.C. assists U.S. travelers going to Venezuela and Venezuelan citizens traveling in the U.S. In addition, the Venezuelan Embassy participates in the Venezuelan government's educational exchange program.

The Embassy also helps with attestation certificates, emergency certificates, and passport renewals. See all of the consular services available in the table below: 

Applying for Different Types of Visas
  • Business Visa
  • Tourist Visa
  • Diplomatic Visa
  • Official Visa
Educational Exchange Program
  • Application for the educational exchange program
  • Information regarding the educational exchange program
Application for Passport
  • Application for Venezuelan passport for Venezuelan citizens

The Venezuelan Embassy’s website does not have a feature to create appointments. You’ll need to call or email the embassy to access consular services and more information.

How to Contact Venezuelan Embassy in Washington D.C.?

Here’s a table with more contact information:

Address1099 30th St NW # 2, Washington, DC 20007
Emailconsular@venezuela-us.org
Phone+1-202-342-2214
Fax+1-202-342-6820
Office HoursMonday - Friday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Closed on weekends and U.S. and Venezuelan National Holidays

Websitehttp://venezuela-us.org/

How to Contact the Venezuelan Embassy in Washington D.C. with DoNotPay

Because the consulate’s website is not up to date, it may be difficult finding more information about the services they provide and how to proceed with a case. Instead of calling the embassy yourself, let your AI-powered assistant do it for you! DoNotPay will help you contact the embassy and do all the work. Here’s how:

1. Open the DoNotPay app and type in “Contact Embassy”

 

2. Choose whether you need to contact a foreign embassy or consulate or a U.S. embassy or consulate abroad

 

3. Explain any questions or issues you have for the consulate or embassy

 

4. Select which embassy/consulate you want to contact (ie: “Venezuela”)

After that, DoNotPay will formalize an email with all the necessary information and send it to the embassy. You can expect to get a response via email, so sit back and relax!

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