Avenue Des Etats-Unis
Phone: +257 22-207-000
Phone 2: +257 22-214-853B.P. 1720 Avenue Des Etats-Unis Bujumbura, Burundi
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Burundi is located in east-central Africa. The main languages spoken in Burundi are Kirundi, French and English. The current population (as of 2016) is 10,524,117. Burundi has a human development index (HDI) of 0.404 and therefore can be considered as country with low human development (according to UNDP – United Nations Development Programme). There are a lot of different embassies and consulates located in Burundi. Among these, there are also representations of the United States of America.
Bujumbura is located in the province of Bujumbura Mairie and is the largest city in Burundi. 497,166 people are living in Bujumbura (as of 2008). The city is very important and represents Burundi internationally which is why the U.S.A. choose it as location for one of their embassies.
About the US embassy in Bujumbura, Burundi.
Visa services offered by the US embassy in Bujumbura, Burundi.
Visa services for USA immigration/non-immigration visas are handled by the department for travel permits. You can schedule an interview for a visa here: https://evisaforms.state.gov/Instructions/SchedulingSystem.asp
You can contact them via phone +257 22-207-000.
Due to staff shortages, visa services may be delayed.
American citizen services offered by the US embassy in Bujumbura, Burundi.
American citizen services are handled by a number of departments depending on your issue. Please visit https://bi.usembassy.gov/u-s-citizen-services/ for more information on how to proceed with your issue/query.
Notary services offered by the US embassy in Bujumbura, Burundi.
This embassy does not offer any notary services due to low staffing. Local notary services may be available. However, you should check their viability within the US prior using them.