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Emergency Services

For emergencies during regular office hours (8:00am to 5:00pm, Sunday-Thursday) please call (966)(11)-488-3800. For directions to the US Embassy in Riyadh, click here.

A duty officer is always available outside normal office hours to assist American citizens who have serious emergencies. The duty officer can be reached by calling (966)(11)-488-3800. Please note that we can only replace lost and stolen passports during regular office hours. 

The emergency number for the Saudi fire, police, and rescue department is 999. For the traffic accident police, dial 993.

The U.S. Consulate General Dhahran provides services to American Citizens in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia, and the U.S. Consulate General Jeddah serves the Western Province.

Yemen Crisis

Emergency Message for U.S. Citizens - Updated Departure Options- April 9, 2015


Due to the security situation, the State Department had to evacuate our Embassy in Yemen on February 11.  We don’t have any American consular officers in Yemen and so we are not able to assist U.S. citizens to leave the country at this time.  There are no plans for a U.S. government-sponsored evacuation of U.S. citizens right now.  We encourage you to keep monitoring the news, watch for the airport to re-open and flights to resume, and seek any available departure options you can find, via air, land, or sea.  In the meantime, please do whatever you think best to keep yourself safe.

You can find more information on our Yemen Crisis webpage, in our Travel Warning for Yemen, and in our Country Specific Information for Yemen.  If we have any updates, we will post the information on these websites.  If you have any further questions, please email YemenEmergencyUSC@state.gov