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Consular Affairs & Visa Services

More and more Americans travel to Kazakhstan for business or tourism each year. Citizens of the U.S. and other countries may enter Kazakhstan visa-free for short-term business or tourism travel. This means U.S. citizens only need a valid passport to #VisitKazakhstan. All are welcome to visit Kazakhstan; We hope to see you soon!

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Recent News

U.S. State Department Statement: Resignation of President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev

U.S. State Department (21 Mar 2019):

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Speech by President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev at the Joint Session of the Parliament

Akorda (20 Mar 2019):

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Address of the Head of State Nursultan Nazarbayev to the people of Kazakhstan

Akorda (19 Mar 2019):

Dear people of Kazakhstan, compatriots, comrades, members of the Nur Otan party!

Today I am addressing you, as I have always done, at the most important…

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Frequented Info

About Ambassador Kazykhanov

Ambassador Kazykhanov is one of Kazakhstan's most experienced diplomats, and has served as ambassador to several missions, foreign minister and assistant to President Nazarbayev.

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Staff Directory

The phone and email contacts for embassy staff.

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Quick Facts on Kazakhstan

These facts and figures that best describe the dynamic development and modernization Kazakhstan has experienced since gaining independence in 1991.

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Relations with the United States

Kazakhstan and the United States have built a robust relationship based on trust, mutual respect and shared priorities.

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