Other Senegalese posts in USA

» New York
(Permanent Mission to the UN)

» Washington

Senegalese embassies in nearby countries

» Canada

Senegalese embassies worldwide

Other embassies and consulates in New York

Senegalese flag Consulate-General of Senegal in New York

Address271 West 125th Street
New York, NY 10027
Phonelocal: (917) 493.8950
international: +1.917.493.8950
Faxlocal: (917) 493.8953
international: +1.917.493.8953

» Can I visit Senegal without a visa?

Comments on this Consulate-General

Showing comments 1–10 of 81, newest first.
1 2 3 ... 7 8 9 > >>
la mine cisse
Mon, 16 May 2016 11:55 EDT
visa questions
hello my name is la mine cisse I have US passport i like trave to senegale do I have take a visa thank you
Wed, 4 May 2016 20:26 EDT
renewing passport
Hello,I am senegalese.I have been in the USA for 1 year and half.my passport expired this month.what is the best way to renew it?
Fri, 22 Jan 2016 11:37 EST
Visa Requirement for Parson with US Refugee Travel Document
My mom, a Gambian, has a US refugee travel document. She intends to visit family in both Senegal, does she need a Senegalese entry visa and if so where would the application be processed: she resides in Pennsylvania. How long does it take? it’s very urgent.
Thu, 14 Jan 2016 14:13 EST
This consulate is very good and attentive contrary to what I'm reading.they take are of the citizens as myself in very timely manners. Great job guys and thanks for my passport
Thu, 31 Dec 2015 12:16 EST
things are getting better
I visited the embassy in New York today, I was expecting some service after reading all this negative reviews but surprisingly there were very efficient, I was there maybe an hour and half.the guy who took my fingerprints, well he says a word to me, I figure he was trying to get me out of there fast and yes he did. I was out of there in now time... Thanks
Mon, 21 Dec 2015 22:09 EST
I am proud to be from Senegal but my experience with the embassy is below average the service they provide does not reflect our values. I wanted to apply for a new passport and I was told, I had to go back to Senegal because my passport was no longer valid. I do not have an ID but I do have my old passport my consulaire id, a birth certificate. I was told I needed to go back to Senegal to renew my passport That being said we all know the country is corrupted. It is very sad to see what we are doing to each other. my father has been sick and I cannot go home because of politic. I wonder if the government visit the site to read these comments. The system need to change we are being held hostage in a the US please help us.
Tue, 17 Nov 2015 10:38 EST
C just 1 bande d'incompétent ki st laba... Il zariv a leur kil veule, po de travail cerieu, tjr accroché a leur phone vk les ecouteurs a lorey... Du nimporte kw c le bordel total... Hi hate them
Thu, 18 Jun 2015 14:33 EDT
These people operate the same way they do in Africa!
They don't even have a voicemail! The phone just rings. At least by operating in the U.S. you can learn the minimum best practices in running an office!
Wed, 17 Jun 2015 16:36 EDT
No answer or response
I have been calling the consulate all day to make an enquiry, I keep getting transferred and nobody picks up.I tried different extensions and still no answer. It's very unprofessional for a consulate general's office. I still haven't spoken to anyone in the office
sajeen damien
Tue, 26 May 2015 10:02 EDT

Post a comment on this page

We invite you to share your experiences with the Senegalese Consulate-General — obtaining visas and other services, locating the building, and so on. Your comments may be seen by the public, so please do not include private information.

Your name
Your message
Max 2000 characters

This web site is not operated by the Consulate-General and your comments and questions will not necessarily be seen by its staff. Please note that this is not a forum for broad debate about the foreign policy of Senegal, and such topics will be deleted.