The US is represented in China by the US Embassy in Beijing. There are a number of Consulates in China such as the US Consulate in Chengdu, the US Consulate in Guangzhou as well as the US Consulate in Shanghai and the US Consulate in Shenyang and also the US Consulate in Wuhan. See their contract details on this website.
US Embassy in Beijing
You can call the Embassy for assistance with non-immigrant visas however if you are in need of a immigrant visa (K1 Visa and K3 Visa) for the US then you need to contact the US Consulate in Guangzhou for assistance. See also the US Consulate in Hong Kong & Macau for more information for that area. Adoption from China is very difficult however you can read about the process when it comes to the US.
The United States Embassy in Beijing is the diplomatic mission of the United States in the People’s Republic of China. The Embassy is located in the Chaoyang District of Beijing. It serves as the main point of contact between the U.S. government and the government of China.
The US Embassy provides consular services to American citizens living or traveling in China. This as well as facilitates communication and cooperation between the two countries on a range of issues, including trade, security, and cultural exchange. The U.S. Embassy in Beijing also has consular offices in Chengdu, Guangzhou, Shanghai, and Shenyang. See the other pages for more information on the consulates.
Kindly be reminded that all the email addresses are for U.S. citizens only.
Address: No. 55 An Jia Lou Road, Chaoyang, Beijing
Fax: 010-8531 3300
Immigrant Visas available only at the US Consulate in Guangzhou
Fax: (86-20) 3884-4412
Visa Information Call Center 4008-872-333 (in China) & (86-21) 3881-4611 (from overseas)
In case of emergencies, please contact (011-86-10) 8531-4000 if you are calling from the United States, or 010-8531-4000 if you are calling from China.