U.S. citizen services are not provided in Rennes except during off-site consular services days. Please refer to U.S. Citizen Services for information on services provided in France. The U.S. Citizen Services unit does not answer U.S. Visa questions.
U.S. Ambassador to France Felix Rohatyn and Mayor Edmond Hervé inaugurated the American Presence Post (APP) in Rennes in January 2000.
APP Rennes was established to build greater understanding of the United States in western France and to expand the strong ties of friendship between the two nations.
Its missions are:
Rennes’ central location provides convenient access to the area covered by the APP, which includes Lower Normandy, Brittany, and Pays de la Loire.
The office in Rennes cannot provide visas to French citizens. All questions related to visas to the United States should be referred to the American Embassy Visa Services in Paris.
The office is closed on French and American holidays.
U.S. Citizen Services
The American Presence Posts in France do not provide U.S. Citizen services.
Please refer to these Embassy website pages for information on all U.S. Citizen Services provided in France.
Please refer to this webpage.