Welcome Message

On behalf of the entire team at the
Consulate General of Afghanistan in
New York City, it is my pleasure to
welcome you to our website.

The Consulate General in New York
City established with the goal of
enhancing commercial, economic,
cultural and scientific relations between
the peoples and the governments of
Afghanistan and the United States of
America. In recent years, the relations
between the two countries have grown
stronger than ever before, and I, as the
Consul General of Afghanistan in New
York, will continue to promote the bonds
that our countries share.

Today, our Consulate General
implements its consular services and
diplomatic duties throughout a
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Biography












H.E. Salahuddin Rabbani
Minister of Foreign Affairs of
the Islamic Republic of
Afghanistan
Mr. Salahuddin Rabbani was born in
Kabul on May 10, 1971. He earned his
BSc in Management and Marketing
from Saudi Arabia’s King Fahd
University of Petroleum and Minerals in
1995. He then served in the Financial
Accounting department of Saudi
Aramco before moving to the United
Arab Emirates to work in the private
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241-02 Northern Blvd. 3rd Floor Little Neck NY 11362
Tel: +1 212 972 2277, +1 212 972 2276 Fax: +17182799046
Email: fax@afghanconsulate-ny.org
Working hours: 9:00AM - 3:00PM, Monday - Friday


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241-02 Northern Blvd. 3rd Floor Little
Neck NY 11362
Tel: +1 212 972 2277, +1 212 972 2276
Fax: +17182799046
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Document pick up time is between 2:00PM to 3:00PM if you would like to come early make sure you call before you come
Please be advised that the FedEx Hand Written Label will not be accepted, your application will be on hold if you send FedEx Hand Written Label.

Please be advised that the Passport Fee has changed from $104.00 USD to $120.00 USD. Effective as of Monday, June 8th, 2015.

• The Consulate General of Afghanistan in New York is not responsible to track packages sent from this location. We are not responsible for any mail which is lost by Fed-Ex or USPS.

• ​​​Please be advised that Afghan Passports are no longer accepted for extension, Please apply for a new 5 year Machine Readable Afghan Passport.

• The Consulate General of Afghanistan has moved to a new location.

• Please be advised that we do not accept UPS as a mail source at this time.

• Please use Fed-Ex or USPS as a mail source.

• Please be advised that all Consular fees must be paid by money order.

• Please be advised that the Fee for Birth Certificate has changed.

• Please be advised that the Fee for Police Clearance has changed.

• Please be advised that a new section has been added to the Visa section for media travelling to Afghanistan.A
Minister of Foreign Affairs Meets the Secretary of the Islamic Republic of Iran's Supreme National Security Council
TEHRAN – Minister of Foreign Affairs Mr. Salahuddin Rabbani during his visit to Iran, met with the Secretary of the Islamic Republic of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council, Mr. Ali Shamkhani...
Bilateral Meeting between Ministers of Foreign Affairs of Afghanistan and Iran
Tehran - Minister of Foreign Affairs H.E. Salahuddin Rabbani met this afternoon with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Republic of Iran Dr. Mohammad Javad Zarif...
Foreign Minister Meets with the Chairman of the Parliament of Iran
Tehran- Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan Salahuddin Rabbani, after his arrival to Tehran this afternoon, met with the Chairman of the Parliament (Islamic Consultative Assembly) of the Islamic Republic of Iran Dr. Ali Larijani...
Important Message
Please note that starting 4th January 2016, presence of all passport
applicants at the Consulate General of Afghanistan in New York is
mandatory for biometric enrolment,
Stated in letter number 90/648/6 dated 1395/4/2 of the Ministry
of Foreign Affairs of Afghanistan and in accordance with
Passport law of Afghanistan section # 1 article number 19, all
passport applicants are required to provide proof of identity and
Afghan citizenship.
Acceptable document of proof showing your citizenship is
Afghanistan’s ID (Tazkera) and it is mandatory for all
applicants to provide their original Afghanistan's ID
(Tazkera) (duly attested by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of
Afghanistan),