Special Consular Services
The U.S. Embassy's American Citizen Services (ACS) Unit provides a variety of emergency and non-emergency services to U.S. citizens in Ukraine. We visit U.S. citizens in jail, assist families and friends following the death of a U.S. citizen loved one, offer help to U.S. children and families involved in abduction, custody, child support, and other cases, check on the welfare of U.S. citizens, provide notary services (by appointment), and help U.S. citizens who are the victims of crime. Detailed information on these services is available via the links to the left.
The U.S. Embassy in Kyiv is unable to provide DV case numbers to the applicants. If your DV interview appointment date has been scheduled by the Kentucky Consular Center, the Embassy can inform you of it upon your request. If you suspect that you’ve been defrauded or scammed, or are aware that someone is attempting to defraud the U.S. Government, please report this to the U.S. Consular Section in Kyiv at KyivDV@state.gov. Please note, that such inquiries are NOT ACCEPTED BY TELEPHONE.
The U.S. Embassy in Kyiv can provide the service of fingerprints collection in the following cases:
- U.S. military personnel submitting the Form N-400 (Application for Naturalization) to USCIS;
- U.S. police checks for U.S. citizens.
To apply for this service and schedule your visit to the Consular Section, please e-mail KyivFPM@state.gov. Please note, that depending on the type of the benefit you are applying for, you may be required to pay $85 fee.
ATTENTION: inquiries about this service are NOT ACCEPTED BY TELEPHONE.