Embassy of Sudan in Washington D.C.

Monday– Thursday: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Consular Services (Mon – Fri) : 10:00 am - 2:00 pm

Document Pick-up (Mon – Fri): 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

(202) 338-8565

Embassy of Sudan in Washington D.C.

Welcome to the Republic of Sudan Embassy website.

It gives me much pleasure and honor to welcome you to the new website of the Embassy of the Republic of the Sudan in Washington DC, United States of America. This page is dedicated to you as the Embassy is your gateway to the Republic of Sudan and the new website is a symbol of a renewed spirit of our beloved country.

This newly designed website is meant to provide appropriate economic information as well as political developments, data and basic facts about Sudan. The website includes the work of the Embassy regarding visa, consular works, cultural events and the climate of investment to attract foreign investors to Sudan.

We hope the information would be useful to strengthen, promote and enhance the mutual interests and the friendly bilateral relations between the Republic of the Sudan and the United States of America and their people.

We are looking forward to receiving your opinions and suggestions. If you have any regarding this website and Sudan, please feel free to send us your feedback by completing this form.

On behalf of all the staff of the Embassy, we send you our best regards and we look forward to assisting you in your process to visit Sudan, invest in Sudan and learn about Sudan.

As a global holiday, for these two holidays the Embassy of Sudan will be closed.

January 1- New year

December 25- Christmas The first day of the hijri year, first of Muharram (Islamic New Year Day)

Prophet Muhammad’s birthday, 12 Rabia al-awwal

Eed al-fitr, first of Shuwal

Eed al-adha, from 9th to 12th of Dhu al-hija

Glorious anniversary of independence, first of January

Christmas day for eastern communities, 7th of January

Christmas day for Orthodox Church, 25th of January

Easter for Orthodox Church, 8th of April

Easter for eastern communities, 5th May

Please note: When a federal holiday falls on a Saturday, it is usually observed on the preceding Friday, when the holiday falls on a Sunday, it is usually observed on the following Monday.

January 15 – Martin Luther King Jr. Day

January 20 – Inauguration Day *

February 15 – Washington’s Birthday

May 28 – Memorial Day

July 4 – Independence Day

September 3 – Labor Day
(First Monday in September)

October 8 – Columbus Day

November 12 – Veterans Day

November 24 – Thanksgiving Day