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Working Hours
Monday - Friday: 9:00am  – 05:00pm
Open to public: 10:00am - 04:00pm *

* except during holidays holidays

Address
201 East Ohio Street, Suite 200
CHICAGO, IL 60611
USA

Phone:  + 1 (312) 670-6707

Passports - ext. 101

Visas, certification, vital records - ext. 108

Citizenship and others - ext. 105

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Fax:         + 1 (312) 670-6787 Consular jurisdiction
E-mail: info@scgchicago.org Honorary Consulates
Web site: http://www.chicago.mfa.gov.rs Attorneys

 

 

 

Welcome to the website of the General Consulate of the Republic of Serbia in Chicago.
 

The purpose of this presentation is to inform you, but also to be a tool that will enable us to communicate with each other.
For any questions that you will not find an answer to on this website, we invite you to contact us directly and we will do our best to get you the answer as soon as possible. Your suggestions and comments will help us improve the quality of this presentation.

 

At the same time, we wish to inform you that the Consulate General has its own e-mail list through which it provides information about the activities of the Consulate General, the latest news in the provision of consular services, as well as about cultural and other events organized by the Consulate General or of relevance to our community in the United States. If you are interested in receiving information from the Consulate General by e-mail, please inform us on info@scgchicago.org and then provide your name and surname, as well as the name of the state in which you reside in the United States. We will be glad to be connected in this way.
 

Thank you for visiting.


 
 
 
CONSULAR DAYS IN CLEVELAND

The Consulate General is organizing the Consular Days on Suturday and Sunday, September 1 and 2, 2018 during SRBIJADA at the Serbian Orthodox Church St. Sava in Cleveland ( 2151 W. Wallings Road Broadview Hts., OH 44147).

The representatives of the Consulate General will be present in the said church on September 1 and 2 and will be able to receive all possible consular requests and answer questions regarding consular services. This does not apply to the application for a passport, because these requests can only be submitted at the premises of the Consulate General.

Please note that on this occasion it will be possible to sign and verify the authorizations, especially those related to the inheritance rights and real estate in Serbia. For the verification of the given authorizations in the prescribed form it is necessary that the text of the authorization be submitted in advance in WORD format, written in Serbian, Cyrillic script, to e-mail: info@scgchicago.org. At the same time it is necessary to provide a copy of the valid identification document (valid passport of the Republic of Serbia). If the authorization holder does not have a valid passport of the Republic of Serbia, it is necessary to provide a copy of the US valid identification document (passport, green card or driver's license). Upon receipt of an e-mail with the specified documents, the Consulate General will provide instructions regarding the payment of consular fees.

We emphasize that authentication of documents will not be possible on site if they have not been previously delivered in the manner described above. Additional information regarding the verification of documents can be found here.

We invite citizens of the Republic of Serbia in California in Ohio to use this opportunity and verify the necessary documents or meet with the representatives of the Consulate General for issues of consular services.


CONSULAR DAY IN SOUTH CALIFORNIA

The Consulate General is organizing the Consular Day on Suturday, September 29, 2018 during the Serbian Festival at the Serbian Orthodox Church St. Petka in San Marcos (1854 Knob Hill Road, San Marcos, CA 92069).

The representatives of the Consulate General will be present in the said church on September 29 and will be able to receive all possible consular requests and answer questions regarding consular services. This does not apply to the application for a passport, because these requests can only be submitted at the premises of the Consulate General.

Please note that on this occasion it will be possible to sign and verify the authorizations, especially those related to the inheritance rights and real estate in Serbia. For the verification of the given authorizations in the prescribed form it is necessary that the text of the authorization be submitted in advance in WORD format, written in Serbian, Cyrillic script, to e-mail: info@scgchicago.org. At the same time it is necessary to provide a copy of the valid identification document (valid passport of the Republic of Serbia). If the authorization holder does not have a valid passport of the Republic of Serbia, it is necessary to provide a copy of the US valid identification document (passport, green card or driver's license). Upon receipt of an e-mail with the specified documents, the Consulate General will provide instructions regarding the payment of consular fees.

We emphasize that authentication of documents will not be possible on site if they have not been previously delivered in the manner described above. Additional information regarding the verification of documents can be found here.

We invite citizens of the Republic of Serbia in California and the neighboring states to use this opportunity and verify the necessary documents or meet with the representatives of the Consulate General for issues of consular services.


NATIONAL BASEBALL TEAM OF SERBIA IN INDIANA

The national baseball team of Serbia participated in the International Baseball Challenge in Whiting, Indiana, and won the first place. The national teams of Croatia, Slovakia and the Team North America participated in the tournament, which consisted of prospective players currently playing for US colleges.

Acting Consul General, Dejan Radulovic, visited Whiting and met with the organizers of the tournament, greeted the members of the team and wished them success in the competition. He also met representatives of the professional staff of the national team and president of the Baseball Federation of Serbia. They talked about the significance of the participation in the US tournament in representing the future development of baseball in Serbia, as well as for the preparation of representations for upcoming competitions in Europe.

The International Baseball Challenge tournament was established to promote the representation of countries in which baseball is not considered a popular sport.

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