This particular section is somewhat valuable to my Busan neighbors. Perhaps there’s a bunch of us now in Busan making it worth opening up a branch in the South:
Officials from the Embassy’s American Citizen Services Unit will offer consular services in Busan on May 20-21. These services will be at our new location, the offices of the recently-opened American Presence Post in Busan. A Consular officer will be available on Tuesday, May 20, from 1:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m. and on Wednesday, May 21, from 9:00 a.m.–noon at the American Presence Post, Lotte Gold Rose Building (also known as the Job Center Building), #150-3, Yangjung-dong, Busanjin-gu, Room No. 612.
American citizens will be able to apply for U.S. passports, additional visa pages in their current passports, Consular Reports of Birth Abroad, and Social Security cards. Consular officers will also offer notarial services and provide information regarding voting, federal benefits, and registration with the Embassy.
Any questions about requirements, particularly for Consular Reports of Birth Abroad, should be directed by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please allow at least three days for a response.
If you plan to visit the ACS Unit in Busan, we strongly urge you to consult the website at http://www.asktheconsul.org for more information on our consular services and to ensure that you bring the proper forms (filled out in advance) and fees with you. In addition to bringing original supporting documents (i.e., birth certificate, passport, Certificate of Naturalization), please bring photocopies of all documents you plan to submit. There will not be a photocopier available on-site.
If you notify us prior to 9:00 a.m. on Monday, May 19, we can add pages to your passport in Busan while you wait. Please complete form DS-4085, which can be downloaded at: http://foia.state.gov/FORMS/Passport/DS4085.pdf. Write “Busan – Extra Pages” at the top of the completed form, include a copy of your passport’s personal data page (the page with your photo), and fax it to our office at (02) 397-4101. Alternatively, you can email us your request. Be sure to attach clearly scanned copies of both your DS-4085 form and your passport’s data page. Email it to Seoul_ACS@state.gov and put “RESEND: BUSAN EXTRA PAGES” in the subject line. Please note that additional pages cannot be added to one-year emergency passports or to damaged passports. There is no charge for this service. Additional information about adding pages is available on our website: http://korea.usembassy.gov/add_pages.html.
The Busan APP’s website is: http://busan.usconsulate.gov.