With the start of the major events like the 4th Islamic Solidarity Games and
the Formula 1 Race in Baku right around the corner, the U.S. Embassy in
Azerbaijan is helping U.S. citizens prepare for a safe and successful stay in
Baku and throughout Azerbaijan. We invite you to explore and share the
following resources containing essential travel information for visitors and
residents:For the latest information about Azerbaijan, including details about
health and safety precautions and more, see https://travel.state.gov/content/passports/en/country/azerbaijan.html.
U.S. passport holders who wish to visit Azerbaijan may apply for e-visa
at https://evisa.gov.az/en/ . For more
details visit the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
For additional information about visas to Azerbaijan please visit http://www.azembassy.us/ or http://www.azconsulatela.org/ . The
U.S. Embassy cannot assist with visas or immigration processes.
For up-to-date road closures and other Islamic Solidarity Games and
Formula 1 event information, please visit https://www.baku2017.com/ and https://www.bakucitycircuit.com/
SMS Notifications: If you would like to receive important messages from
U.S. Embassy in Azerbaijan on your phone during your stay, send your local phone
number to ConsularBaku@state.gov
with “SMS Notification” words and dates of your stay in
Azerbaijan in a subject line. Please note that the SMS notifications are
available for the holders of local phone numbers only.
To receive the most up-to-date security information from the U.S.
Embassy, we encourage all travelers to enroll in the Smart Traveler Enrollment
Program (STEP).For the latest U.S. Embassy Baku updates please follow us on
Twitter and Facebook.These resources are
designed to keep U.S. citizens informed and safe during the upcoming events. We
encourage you to use and share them with friends and family visiting or residing