List of services

Academic Certificates
Change of Status
Death Certificate
Emergency Travel Documents
Family Documentation
Good Conduct Certification
Legalization of Documents
Personal ID Cards
Power of Attorney
Retirement Confirmation
Registration with the Embassy
Jordanians Expatriates Conference
Embassy will be closed from Monday, July 4th to July 8th, 2016
Embassy will be closed on Thursday, May 25.
Emergency Message for Jordanian Citizens: Hurricane Irma
Embassy will be closed on Thursday, September 21st
Embassy Announcement: Community Meeting with Ambassador Dina Kawar in Detroit, Michigan
Embassy Closed August 20 - August 24
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The Consulate at the Embassy of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan in Washington D.C. offers a range of services for Jordanians and foreign nationals. We aim to help with citizen registration, nationality and passport-related matters, emergency travel documents, family and identification documents, power of attorney, legalization, change of status, as well as visa applications.

Please see our List of Services for the full range of our resources. We also have consular forms available to download. These may require the use of Adobe Acrobat Reader, which can be downloaded from here. To process your documents as quickly as possible, please ensure that all requirements of the guidelines are followed before submitting the forms.

Our Forum is an opportunity to join the virtual Jordanian community. Feel free to ask questions, exchange ideas, or connect with other Jordanians living and studying in the United States.


Mr. Amjad Al Mbideen
The Consul

please note

The Consulate does not accept account numbers, or any kind of checks for the payment of self-addressed return envelopes. Please enclose the appropriate amount of stamps with each envelope. All self-addressed return envelopes with account numbers, or any kind of checks will be returned without being processed.

Consular Department is Unable to

1.Supply money for the payment of bills, or other personal matters.

2.Obtain employment or accommodation for you.

3.Offer legal advice.

4.Investigate a crime or look into the whereabouts of relatives.

5.Provide interpretation services.