The U.S. Ambassador to Liberia is the personal representative of the President, and oversees the Embassy and all federal departments and agencies represented within it.U.S. Embassy and Consulate Projects - Page

Representatives from the State Department and other U.S. government departments and agencies manage portfolios concerning economic and commercial affairs, consular and immigration issues, public affairs, political and military relations, and development.

At Embassy Monrovia, our mission is to help Liberians succeed. We support this mission by working with our Liberian partners to initiate and pursue innovative, sustainable efforts that:

Promote peace, security and the resolution of regional conflicts;
Improve governance and rule of law;
Expand equitable access to quality educational opportunities; Improve health of women and children; and Advance the prosperity and safety of Americans at home and abroad.

For Passport Services and more information please visit the Embassy website.

You may contact the U.S. Visa Information Service for Liberia as follows:

By phone: (+231) 077-000-3930 or (+231) 077-000-3931.

By e-mail at

The U.S. Embassy Consular Section accepts first-time passport applications, applications to renew passports, and applications to replace passports that have been lost, stolen, or damaged. We also accept diplomatic and official passport applications.

We electronically forward your application to the United States for printing. The passport is then sent back to the Embassy to be returned to you. The turnaround time for this process is usually 2-3 weeks. You will receive an email when your passport is ready to be picked up.

The U.S. Embassy Consular Section accepts passport applications by APPOINTMENT ONLY. We do not accept any documents by mail, email, or fax and we do not return passports by mail to any location within or outside of Liberia.

For the following services Please visit the U.S Embassy in Liberia or visit it website

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