On Consulate-Atlanta.com you will find information about the foreign Consulates in Atlanta USA. In Atlanta there are over 50 Consulate missions serving the Atlanta people. There are Consulate missions,
Consulates-General and smaller Honorory Consulates.
A Consulate or Consulate-General in Atlanta is a diplomatic representative consular office or mission. The head of the Consular mission or Consulate-General is named a Consul or a Consul General.
A Honorary Consulate in Atlanta is generally a independent person living in Atlanta who represents to execute certain consular duties. A Honorory Consulate mission is headed by a Honorory Consul who often works
as the diplomatic representative in Atlanta on a part-time basis.
Visa and Passports in Atlanta: Please contact the consulate in Atlanta directly for specific inquiries regarding passport requirements and travel visa regulations.
Consulates located in Atlanta - Usually an Embassy of a foreign country is to small to be able to reach and offer consular services to all people in all US states. Hence, the need
for local consulates which are smaller, regionally located embassy branches. A Atlanta Consulate is a satellite or branch office of the foreign Embassy which is usually located in Washington DC. As well as promoting the
image and interests of the representing country, a Atlanta Consulate usually offers most services provided by their parent Embassy. For all specific information on what a Atlanta consulate can do for you, for example passport or visa matters, please
inquire the consulate by contacting them by email or telephone call.