Embassies and Consulates in Valencia

Consular offices provide services for their expatriate citizens living in Spain. Services include replacement of lost or stolen passports and help and advice in difficult situations...

There are a number of local consulates in the Valencia region for international residents. See below for contact details of the local consulate services in Valencia.

US/American Citizens

There is a US Consular Presence Post in Valencia:

  • US Consular Presence Post in Valencia
    At: Dr. Romagosa, 1, 2, J, 46002, Valencia, Spain
    Tel: 96351-6973
    Fax: 96352-9565
    Open: 10:00-13:00
    The office is closed for US and Spanish holidays
    Note: The Presence Post office cannot issue passports, however, they can issue and help with passport applications
UK/British Citizens

The Consular office in Alicante has jurisdiction over the Valencia region.

  • British Consulate
    At
    : Plaza de Calvo Sotelo, 1, 2º\, Apdo. de Correos 564, 03001 Alicante
    Tel: 96 521 61 90 or 96 521 60 22
    Open: Open to the public from 08:30-13:30
    The office is closed for Spanish, and some British public holidays
Canadian Citizens

The consulate office in Barcelona can be used by residents of Valencia.

  • Consulate of Canada
    At
    : Elisenda de Pinos, 10, 08034 Barcelona
    Tel: 932 042 700
    Fax: 292 042 701
    Open: Monday to Friday 10:00–13:00
    e-mail
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