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Consulate of Indonesia in Chicago

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The Indonesian Consulate is a diplomatic mission in Chicago and is appointed by the Embassy of Indonesia in Washington. Below you will find the contact details of the consulate as well as the name of the Indonesian consul serving in Chicago.

Contact details of the Indonesian Consulate in Chicago - the United States

Addres:

Indonesian Consulate General in Chicago, United States - 211 West Wacker Drive - Chicago - Illinois 60606 - United States

Telephone Number:

(+1) (312) 920-1880

Fax Number:

(+1) (312) 920-1881

Email:

generalinfo@indonesiachicago.org

Website:

kemlu.go.id/chicago

Consul:

Mrs. Rosmalawati Chalid - Consul General

Office Hours:

 
The Indonesian Consulate in Chicago

is a lower level diplomatic representative office appointed by the Embassy of Indonesia in the United States and is lead by Mrs. Rosmalawati Chalid - Consul General of Indonesia to the United States.

Type of Consulate

Some Indonesian consulates in the United States are honorary consulates and do not handle visa or passport matters.

Inquire the consulate in Chicago directly or visit the official website of the consulate kemlu.go.id/chicago

Consular Appointment

Before you visit the Indonesian consulate in Chicago, make sure that you first check if you need an appointment.

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Important notices related to consular matters

- For Indonesian visa applications, passports for Indonesia and other consulate matters related to Indonesia please contact the consulate in Chicago directly by telephone (+1) (312) 920-1880 or email generalinfo@indonesiachicago.org

- In the United States you will find consulates of Indonesia in Chicago, Honolulu, Houston, Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco.

- Many other countries such as Bosnia and Herzegovina, Argentina, Ethiopia, Ecuador, Latvia, Ukraine, Finland, Denmark, Serbia, Poland and more hold appointed consular departments in Chicago.