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Swiss Citizen Services
The Consular and Administrative Services Section of the Embassy and the Consulates act as links between the Swiss residing in the consular districts and their home country: they register newly-arrived Swiss citizens, issue passports and other documents of identification. They also issue visas for U.S. residents travelling to Switzerland when necessary.
Should you require additional information concerning the topics dealt with in this website, or other topics, do not hesitate to contact the responsible representation.
- Registration and Change of Address for Swiss Abroad
- Swiss Identity Documents (Passport / ID)
- Report Change of Civil Status (Birth, Marriage, Divorce, Death, Change of Name, etc.)
- Info about Swiss Citizenship
- Voting and Political Rights - Register to vote
- Swiss Old Age and Survivor Insurance (OASI/DI-AHV/IV-AVS/AI)
At the present time the White House is not accepting any tour requests from embassies. Therefore, the Swiss Embassy regrets not to be in a position to assist with tours of the White House.
However you can visit The White House Visitor Center, located very close to the White House at the corner of 15th and E Streets. It is open seven days a week from 7:30am to 4:00pm, and offers a video tour of the White House.
Just like the White House, the Pentagon has apparently been faced with ever-growing volumes of requests for tours. The Pentagon encourages foreign nationals on its website to contact their respective embassies. Unfortunately, given the multitude of daily requests being addressed to the Embassy of Switzerland as a result, the latter is unable to provide assistance in organizing Pentagon tours of a touristic nature. We apologize for this inconvenience