The flag of the Turks and Caicos Islands flying outside the Houses of Parliament, Westminster, London.
No country has an embassy in the Turks and Caicos. Only the United States, Jamaica, and Haiti have diplomatic representation in the Turks and Caicos Islands. The consulates for Jamaica and Haiti provide full consular services, and the US Consular Agency assists primarily with issues with local resident US citizens. The U.S. Consular Agency is located at the
Regent Village in
Grace Bay, and within easy walking distance of many
United States Nationals
The U.S. Consular agency can provide some limited form of assistance and typically assists with passport, registration of births, and emergency assistance. This agency cannot handle visa inquiries or applications.
The U.S. Embassy in Nassau, The Bahamas has jurisdiction over the Turks and Caicos, and inquiries not covered above will be directed there.
As a British Overseas Territory, there is no form of representation for the United Kingdom. Inquiries should be directed to the Governor's Office or the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in the UK for guidance.
Inquiries should be directed to the High Commission of Canada in Kingston, Jamaica.
The Canadian government has plans to open an honorary consulate and is actively advertising for the position.
Previously, there was an Honorary Consulate for Germany located in Grace Bay, it however closed down.
For other nationalities, representation is normally handled through embassies in Kingston, Jamaica, or Nassau, the Bahamas. British Citizens requiring assistance are advised to contact the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in the United Kingdom.
Turks and Caicos Foreign Representation
As the Turks and Caicos is an Overseas Territory of the United Kingdom, all foreign affairs are handled by Her Majesty's Government. However, the Turks and Caicos does have a tourism and governmental liaison office located in London, located at:
83 Baker Street
London, W1U 6AG
Tel: 020 7034 7845