U.S. Citizen Services

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The U.S. Consulate General in Casablanca, Morocco provides routine consular services to all U.S. citizens visiting or residing in Morocco.  For routine American Citizens Services such as document notarials, passport applications and renewals, and Certificates of Birth or Death Abroad, you must make an appointment.

You cannot use this website to schedule an appointment to record a birth overseas; instead, please follow the instructions outlining how to Report of Birth Abroad.

To schedule an appointment to renew your passport, please click here. For more information how to apply for a passport, including required documents, photo requirements, and fees, please visit our Passport Services website.

To schedule an appoint for a notarial service – including requesting an Affidavit of Nationality and Eligibility to Marry, required by the Moroccan government for U.S. citizens wishing to marry in Morocco – please click here. For additional information regarding notarial services provided by the U.S. Consulate in Casablanca, please visit our Notarial Services website.

If you have any other questions, please e-mail acscasablanca@state.gov.  For urgent inquiries only, you may reach us at +212 (0)522-64-20-99 between 2:00pm and 4:00pm on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.

These appointments are for U.S. Citizen Services only. In order to provide all routine and emergency services for U.S. citizens in Morocco, The American Citizen Services section cannot address queries or complaints regarding non-immigrant visa refusals or immigration visa cases.  For visa-related inquires, U.S. citizens must write support-morocco@ustraveldocs.com or call (703) 520-2245 in the U.S. or +212 (0)520-48-50-13 in Morocco regarding non-immigrant visa issues. Regarding immigrant visa issues, U.S. citizens must write ivcasablanca@state.gov for assistance


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