For after-hours emergencies involving U.S. citizens, call (20) 2-2797-3300.
The Embassy is open Sunday through Thursday. Phone-inquiry hours are between 1:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m.
U.S. Embassy in Beirut, Lebanon
Awkar Facing the Municipality
PO Box 70-840, Beirut
Telephone: (961) 4 542600 - 543600
Facsimile: (961) 4 544209
The Embassy is open Monday - Friday.
In the event of a genuine emergency, U.S. citizens may phone the Embassy at any time at 961-4-543600 and ask to speak to the American Citizen Services Section (during business hours) or the duty officer (after hours or weekends).
U.S. Embassy in Amman, Jordan
Al-Umayyaween Street, Abdoun neighborhood, PO Box 354, Amman 11118
Telephone:  (6) 590-6000
Emergency after-hours telephone:  (6) 590-6500
Facsimile:  (6) 592-4102
The U.S. Embassy is open Sunday through Thursday.
Please note that the U.S. Embassy in Amman can no longer provide courier service to or from Syria. Applicants may opt to remain in Jordan until the document is ready, or provide a Jordanian address to which the passport can be delivered.
U.S. Embassy in Ankara, Turkey
110 Atatürk Boulevard, 06100, Kavaklidere
Telephone: (90) (312) 455-5555
Visa Information: (90) (212) 340-4444 or Visa Information
Emergency after-hours telephone: (90) (312) 455-5555
Facsimile: (90) (312) 468-6131
The Embassy is open 8:30 - 5:30 Monday through Friday.
Also be sure to monitor our website, travel.state.gov, for updates, as this is our primary tool to disseminate important information during a crisis. Our Facebook and Twitter accounts are also good sources of information.
There are options other than TPS that are available for eligible Syrians who may have been affected by the recent events in their country including, but not limited to, relief measures that are outlined in the "Tips for Foreign Nationals Impacted by Civil Unrest," which is posted on www.uscis.gov.