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Open to public: 10:00am - 04:00pm *

* except during holidays

201 East Ohio Street, Suite 200

Phone: +1 312 670 6707

After hours emergency phone: 312 804 0123

Passports, visas, certification, vital records - ext. 108

Citizenship and others - ext. 105

Fax:         + 1 312 670 6787 Consular jurisdiction
E-mail: info@scgchicago.org Honorary Consulates
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Welcome to the website of the Consulate General 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 Day was held on November 3rd, 2018 in Phoenix, Arizona, and that was the first visit of the representative of the Consulate General to the Serbian community in that state.

Considering that the Consular Day was held in the framework of the 16th Serbian Festival in Phoenix, Consulate General had a booth where the visitors had the opportunity to talk with the representatives of the Consulate General, and get answers to questions regarding consular services. On this occasion certain consular services that were possible were provided to the citizens of the Republic of Serbia, not only to those residing in Arizona but also to those citizens of Serbia who for this occasion arrived in Phoenix from California, Nevada and New Mexico. At the stand visitors had the opportunity to obtain tourist promotional material as well as answers to questions about investing in Serbia.

Folklore and singing groups from Phoenix, as well as visiting folklore groups from California and Vancouver, Canada performed as part of the Festival.

According to estimates of the organizers, the festival was visited by over five thousand guests. In addition to guests of Serbian origin, guests of the Festival were also American citizens, members of other ethnic communities residing in the general vicinity of Phoenix. The festival was visited by Mr. Mark Brnovich, Arizona Attorney General who on this occasion met the Acting Consul General Dejan Radulovic.

Assistance and support in organizing the Consular day has been provided by priest Dragomir Tuba and the representatives of the church and school municipality "Saint Sava" in Phoenix for which the Consulate General is especially grateful.
Photo gallery can be seen here.


Acting Consul General, Dejan Radulovic, visited the Serbian community in Austin, the state of Texas, on the occasion of the celebration of the Feast of the Church of St. Luka and the 10th anniversary of the parish founding.

The celebration was attended by more than three hundred parishioners and guests. After the liturgy and the ceremony of cutting the Feast-cake, as well as the program, the attendees were addressed by Bishop Longin, Father Dragoljub Popović, priest of the church and Acting Consul General Dejan Radulović. On that occasion, the Acting Consul General expressed his thanks to the representatives of the municipal parochial school for the cooperation with the Consulate General, as well as on the efforts made to preserve the identity of the Serbian community in Texas. The program was performed by attendees of the municipal parochial school's Sunday School in Austin, as well as by the visiting folklore ensembles "Homeland" from Houston and "Rastko" from Dallas.

The presence of a Consul at the celebration was utilized to simultaneously hold the Consular Day. Certain consular services that could be performed were provided to citizens of the Republic of Serbia who reside in Texas, as well as a number of interviews related to consular services and other issues within the jurisdiction of the Consulate General. Also, the Acting Consul General met with representatives of associations and with prominent individuals, where the opportunities for realization of initiatives and projects in cooperation with the Consulate General were considered and discussed.

It was the first visit of the representatives of the Consulate General to the Serbian community in Austin.

The Consulate General is grateful to St. Luka's Church and municipal parochial school in Austin for providing assistance and support during the visit.


On the occasion of the Centennial of World War I Armistice Day and Serbian-American Alliance the exhibit “Album of Remembrance of our Ancestors from the World War I” will be open at the Consulate General on November 10, 2018 at 5pm (201 E Ohio St. Suite 200 Chicago). The invitation can be found here.

The organizers of the exhibit are Serbian Association of Descendants of the Warriors 1912-1920 and the Consulate General of the Republic of Serbia in Chicago.    

The exhibit of photographs of the project "Album of Remembrance of Our Ancestors from the World War I" presents photographs, war diaries, military letters, correspondence cards, memorials and other historical material of the participants of the World War I. These are unique testimonies of the war adventures and sufferings of the Serbian soldiers in the war years which were suppressed from the pages of world history. The exhibit "Album of Remembrance of Our Ancestors from the World War I" is a result of the desire, a hundred years later, to pay due honor to this little man from the Great War for Civilization and to save from the oblivion his great sacrifice for justice, truth, freedom and humanity, and turn it into a cultural heritage.

The program is implemented with the support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia - the Directorate for Cooperation with Diaspora and Serbs in the Region and the Ministry of Culture and Information of the Republic of Serbia.

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