Important Notice:

Due to technical issues in our server, NO Consular Services (i.e. Visa and Passport) will be provided by the Consulate General of India, New York, until further notice.
During this period, only Emergency (Visa and Passport) consular services (in case of death or medical emergencies) will be provided through the Embassy of India, Washington DC. Applicants having genuine emergencies should visit CKGS New York Office, with documents including proof of emergency, for assistance.
Please do not call our Contact Center as our staff will not be having any additional information about the timelines.

Kindly refer to https://www.in.ckgs.us/(CKGS US Visa Website) for latest updates.

Please be informed that the Consular Services are temporarily suspended due to some technical issues. We are trying to resolve the problem as soon as possible. We will keep you updated. In case of any Emergencies, you may wish to approach Consular Services in our Embassy at Washington (https://www.indianembassy.org/) | New Helpline Number : +1 347-721-9243 |
Revised counter timings (Effective from 7/2/2018)
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Sandeep Chakravorty Consul General

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  • New York Briefing of Mid Career Training of Indian Diplomats at the Consulate (September 22, 2018)

  • Community Connect: Ms Sushma Swaraj, External Affairs Minister met with representative of GOPIO on the sidelines of her UNGA visit to New York

  • US-India Knowledge Exchange Roadshow held at the Consulate General of India, New York on September 17, 2018, supported by Sannam S4 and United States-India Strategic Partnership (USISPF)

History of the Building

The Consulate building is a part of the Upper East Side Historic District, as declared by the Landmarks Preservation Commission of New York in 1981. It was built in 1903, for Ms. Carrie Astor (later known as Mrs. Orme Wilson) as a private residence. In 1950, it was bought by the Government of India and came to be known as New India House. The building houses the Consulate General of India since then. The Beaux Arts street facade is constructed of Indiana Limestone with a mansard roof of blue slate. The design is in the manner of Percier and Fontaine, who revived the French Renaissance style of Hardouin Mansart. View More

Interior & Exterior of Consulate






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