U.S. Embassy in Madrid and Voting from Abroad

U.S Embassy in Madrid
While in Madrid, it is important to immerse oneself in Spanish language, culture, and activities, yet stay in touch with what is going on back in the U.S., as well as events directed towards U.S. citizens and residents living in Spain.Students are encouraged to enroll in STEP (Smart Traveler Enrollment Program), in order to receive important information directly from the Consular Section of the Embassy.

Information about US Embassy
The U.S Embassy in Madrid provides up-to-the-minute information regarding events in the US, in Spain, and in other parts of the world, including information about planned demonstrations and protests in Madrid.

Calle Serrano, 75
28006 Madrid, Spain
Metro stop: Ruben Darío (line 5, green)
Hours: 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Telephone: (91) 587-2200
Fax: (91) 587-2303

American citizens who require routine assistance should call 91.587.22.40 during normal work hours.  For emergency assistance after hours, American citizens may call 91.587.22.00 and ask to speak to the duty officer.

Voting in U.S. Elections while in Madrid
Your source for all voting information: www.votefromabroad.org. Absentee voting procedures depend on your U.S. state of residence, so it’s important to find out what you need to do and when as soon as you know you’ll be abroad during an election.