Official website of Consulate General of Russia in NY

DEAR VISITORS!

Welcome to the start page of the official site of the Consulate General of the Russian Federation in New York.

The Consulate General has been officially re-opened on April 13, 1992.

The Consulate General is located at:
9 East 91st Street, New York, NY 10128 [
see map] 
Closest subway station - "86-th street" (trains 4,5,6)

Phone: (212) 348-0750; (212) 534-3782 

Fax:(212) 831-9162 
Official website:
www.newyork.mid.ru

 

DEAR FRIENDS,

We’d like to inform you that starting June 29th, 2020 the Russian Consulate General in New York will  resume its operations via electronic appointments only. Visitors without prior appointments will not be accepted.

At the same time, some restrictions imposed by Resolution of the Government of Russian Federation dated March 16th, 2020, №635-r on visa categories that can be issued, remain in place. For additional visa processing information, please, click here.

ATTENTION!

Following recommendations of the Russian and local sanitary authorities, in order to secure public and individual health safety we encourage you to acquire your own personal protection supplies prior to the visit. Contactless temperature control before entrance, as well as face masks and gloves while inside the Consulate General premises are obligatory.

 

The Consulate General is a state authority for foreign relations of the Russian Federation exercising consular functions on behalf of the Russian Federation inside its consular district on the territory of the United States.

The consular district of the Consulate General of the Russian Federation in New York includes the states: Connecticut, Illinois, Indiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont and Wisconsin.

The Consulate General protects rights and interests of the Russian Federation, of the Russian nationals, both individuals and bodies corporate; furthers the development of commercial, economic, cultural and scientific relations between Russia and the United States and otherwise promotes friendly relations between two countries; exercises full scale of official consular functions envisaged by the legislation of the Russian Federation, bilateral Convention on consular relations as well as other principles of international law. 

The Consulate General exercises consular functions for the sake of the Russian nationals permanently residing inside its consular district or temporarily visiting the United States; American citizens; stateless persons, as well as nationals of a third state legally visiting the United States. 

A part of the Consulate General are passport and visa sections, open for the public daily, except week-ends and holidays, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. (Mondays through Thursdays); from 9:00 a.m. to 01:00 p.m. and from 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. (on Fridays).

 


ON CONSULAR REGISTRATION OF CITIZENS OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION ADOPTED BY AMERICAN FAMILIES
IN ORDER TO ENSURE A MORE EFFECTIVE PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND INTERESTS OF RUSSIAN CHILDREN IN U.S. FOSTER FAMILIES, THE MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION AND RUSSIAN FOREIGN MISSIONS IN THE U.S. INVITE ALL ADOPTED COMPATRIOTS, ALONG WITH THEIR ADOPTIVE PARENTS TO CONTACT THE RUSSIAN CONSULAR POSTS FOR VERIFICATION OF PERSONAL DATA AND CONSULAR REGISTRATION.
INFORMATION PERTAINING TO THE PERIOD BEFORE THE PASSING OF THE REGULATION OF THE GOVERNMENT OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION #275 OF MARCH 29TH, 2000, WHICH INTRODUCED NEW PRINCIPLES ON MANDATORY CONSULAR REGISTRATION OF RUSSIAN CHILDREN ADOPTED BY FOREIGN CITIZENS AND PERSONS WITHOUT CITIZENSHIP, IS OF SPECIAL INTEREST.
THIS WILL ALLOW TO CREATE A MORE COMPREHENSIVE LIST OF CHILDREN FROM RUSSIA CURRENTLY LIVING IN THE UNITED STATES, IN ORDER TO HAVE THE ABILITY TO PROVIDE CONSULAR AND LEGAL ASSISTANCE IN CASE OF EMERGENCY. WE WOULD APPRECIATE UNDERSTANDING AND COOPERATION OF THE ADOPTIVE PARENTS IN THIS MATTER.
WE ALSO WELCOME ANY INFORMATION FROM PUBLIC ORGANIZATIONS AND INDIVIDUALS ABOUT RUSSIAN CHILDREN IN THE U.S., WHO HAVE FOUND THEMSELVES IN POOR CONDITIONS AND ARE IN NEED OF SUPPORT. WE EXPECT THAT COMPATRIOT ORGANIZATIONS WILL BE ACTIVELY INVOLVED IN THIS IMPORTANT WORK UTILIZING THEIR INFORMATIONAL RESOURCES AND CONTACTS.