Please enroll in the STEP program via https://step.state.gov/ to receive alerts and ensure you can be located in an emergency.
U.S. Citizens in an emergency can call 1-888-407-4747 from the U.S. and Canada or plus-1-202-501-4444 from overseas.
The U.S. Consulate in Yekaterinburg opened in 1994.
The Consulate has a robust public affairs section, which manages cultural, educational and exchange programs for the purpose of promoting contact between Russians and Americans. The Consulate sponsors exhibitions by American artists, performances by American musicians and dancers, and presentations by American academics to increase cultural exchange between our two countries. The section serves as a point of contact for students who wish to study, work or intern in the United States, and manages the popular Summer Work Travel program. Regularly, the section organizes an English discussion club, movie club, open house for students, and other events that strengthen English language skills. For the purposes of expanding professional relationships between Russians and Americans, the Consulate also supports Russians who travel to the United States for a series of professional development programs.
The political and economic section of the Consulate advocates for closer commercial and economic ties between Russia and the United States. Working closely with American business partners, the section assists in the identification of opportunities and business partners in the Urals region. Additionally, the section analyzes and reports on political and economic development in the region.
The U.S. Consulate in Yekaterinburg celebrated the 21st anniversary in March 2015. Until then, we look forward to continuing to serve the American and Russian public in the Urals and Western Siberia.
How to Find Us
The U.S. Consulate is centrally located in downtown Yekaterinburg at Number 15, Gogol Street (Ulitsa Gogolya), two blocks from the intersection of Ulitsa Gogolya and Ulitsa Malysheva. The Consulate is a five-minute drive from the city center at 1905 Square and a 30-minute drive from Yekaterinburg’s Koltsovo Airport.
The U.S. Consulate occupies the top two floors of a four-story red-brick office building. Visitors to the Consulate should use street entrance A, which is marked by an American flag. Visitors are initially screened inside the street entrance by Russian police guards and then allowed to proceed to the Consulate’s main reception area on the fourth floor.