The Consular Section assists Namibian citizens in the Bahamas, Belize, Canada, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua and United States of America, respectively. We also provide visa services (both non-immigrant and immigrant) to residents of the countries of our accreditation mentioned above.
Services we offer include (but are not limited to) citizen registration, nationality and passport related matters, emergency travel documents, issuance of entry visas, registration of birth, death, marriage, etc. Please note that the embassy can only issue Tourist and Business visas. Work/Study/Research visas must be applied for directly to the Ministry of Home Affairs.
We work with authorities of the host country to assist Namibian victims of crime, monitor arrests of and visits to incarcerated Namibian citizens to ensure that they are being treated in a manner consistent with local and international law, and locate missing Namibians. We are also responsible for assisting Namibian citizens in our consular district in the event of natural disasters or other large-scale emergencies.
The Consular Section is open from 9:30 am to 3:30 pm Monday through Friday, except on U.S and Namibian holidays.
We are located at: 1605 New Hampshire Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20009. Please contact us through any of the following means if we can be of assistance:
Residents of countries not accredited to the Embassy of the Republic of Namibia in Washington, DC must check the website of the Ministry of International Relations and Cooperation (http://www.mirco.gov.na/) to know where they can apply for their visas.