US Consulate Bratislava Slovakia Page

Page US Embassy Slovakia Visa Interview in Bratislava

Embassy Name & Address
Consulate of the United States of America
P.O.Box 309,
814 99 Bratislava, Slovakia

Contact Information
Phone: +421-2-5443 3338
Fax: +421-2-5441 8861

Embassy URL:


Obtaining Police Certificate
Police clearance is available and reliable in Slovakia. Application for police clearance must be accompanied by an identification document, birth certificate and fee. The records are indexed by name, date and place of birth. An application may be filed either in Slovakia or at the Slovak Embassy abroad, and is issued to each applicant over 15 years of age. Processing time for foreign nationals in Slovakia is approximately one week. If the application is filed from abroad, it takes longer.

Police clearances are issued by local regional branches of the Slovak General Prosecution, located in each regional city. Purge of records is possible upon request, based on conditions specified in the criminal act.

Medical Exam Details
She must undergo a medical examination by an approved physician. Visa applicants are responsible for arranging an examination before their scheduled visa interviews. Exam results are normally ready in two weeks.

The approved panel physician for Slovakia is:

Lubica Capova, M.D.
Faculty Hospital – Podunajske
Biskupice, Pavilon K
Krajinska 91
825 56 Bratislava
Phone: 0918 379 623

Please make an appointment by phone. Each applicant must bring his/her passport, two photos, any relevant medical history from his/her general practitioner, and a vaccination record to the appointment.

At the end of the medical they should either tell her they are sending the results to the embassy for her, or provide her with a sealed envelope of results and X-rays. She MUST NOT open the envelope. She should take it to the interview, still sealed.

It is recommended she brings her vaccinations up to date while at her medical appointment. Having all the required vaccinations is required later when she applies for her Green card in the USA, so by doing it now she will save herself time later.

By Fred Wahl