Indian Consulate General in Atlanta

Indian Consulate General in Atlanta United States of America is a strong bond of communication between India Government and United States of America.

 

Head of Mission: Nagesh Singh, Consul General

Consulate Appointment or Contact Indian Consulate General in Atlanta : Visit only by Appointment

For consular service, you must book an appointment, You are advised to book on normal working hours via making a phone call or email on [email protected]. Also for more details please check in first instance the consulate website for enquiries contact form http://www.indianconsulateatlanta.org.

India Consulates in United States of America may prioritize Appointment for India citizens or have dedicated support.

If unfortunately unable to get contact here, one should try to the General Consulate of India in Houston , Embassy of India in Washington , General Consulate of India in New York , Indian Consulate General in Chicago , Indian Consulate General in San Francisco ,
For your convenience here listed all other representatives of India located in United States of America.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic Update

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Girish Garg

Hello, my younger daughter Haripriya Garg, who is 9 years old, got her new US passport. But her OCI is still connected with the old, expired US passport. What is the process to renew the OCI card for her? She needs to travel to India in June of this year. Please advice.

Mahendrakumar

OCI visa on New renewal passport what I need form and reguire document

Frankie

Hi, I need to apply for a visitor visa for my niece who is 18 month old US born. This is for future travel when things get normal. What are the requirements and what kind of visa should I apply for? Thanks

Leon

I am a person of Indian origin, but have acquired US citizenship. I would like to visit my brother in India. Which visa should I apply for? I understand there are two types of visa. Tourist and Entry visa. What is the difference between the two? Is there also a visitor visa? Please let me know.

Eoin

In regards to the The Validity for e-Conference Visa, What do these look like? What does MHA and MEA stand for? I am a citizen of the USA. Is there an aeroplane open to going to South India via International Airport on August 14, 2021 to August 24? "MHA event clearance letter MEA political clearance letter."

Robert

Hello, We are going to India to pick up a child we have adopted. We are from the USA. Can we apply for an emergency visa for this purpose? Is it faster if I go to Houston, TX to get the Visas to go to India?

Rory

To book an appointment at the Malaysian Embassy in New Delhi to collect and pay the fees regarding the certificate of good conduct for my US Immigrantion process.

Freddie

I am a US citizen. My mother-in-law in Punjab, she is very sick and needs help. I already have a valid visa which expires 12-8-2022. Can I travel using that visa or do I need an emergency visa? I already booked my flight for 3 May 2021 and reached Delhi on 4 May 2021. Please advise me if I need an emergency visa and how I can apply and how much time it will take.

Aidan

Hi My mother is a Cancer patient admitted in an Indian hospital. I am a US citizen and would like to know where I can apply for a visa and all the requirements. I heard from a friend that you do not issue e-visa. I have a paper visa application and I also have a letter from hospital and lab results from INDIA.

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General Consulate of India in Houston, United States of America

1990 Post Oak Boulevard
Houston, TX
77056

713-626-2450
713-627-2034
713-993-9347

Embassy of India in Washington, United States of America

2107 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Washington DC
20008

00-1-202-2654351

General Consulate of India in New York, United States of America

3 East 64th Street
(Between 5th and Madison Avenues)
New York, NY
10065

00-1-212-7740600

00-1-212-8613788

http://www.indiacgny.org

Indian Consulate General in Chicago, United States

455 North City Front Plaza Drive
NBC Tower Building, Suite # 850
Chicago, IL 60611
United States

(+1) 312-595-0405

(+1) 312-595-0416 / 18

Indian Consulate General in San Francisco, United States

540 Arguello Boulevard
San Francisco, CA 94118
United States

(+1) 415-668 0662

(+1) 415-668 2073

http://www.cgisf.org