Closure of the Embassy from 13–20 October 2017

The Swiss Embassy in Dakar relocates. The Embassy will be closed from Friday, October 13, 2017, 12pm to Friday, October 20, 2017. The Embassy will resume services as of Monday, October 23, 2017 at 9am in Fann Résidence, rue Aimé Césaire (opposite of the Centre National d’Appareillage Orthopédique)

In an emergency please call:

  • +221 77 483 27 66 (9-12 am and 2- 4pm on Friday until 12 am
  • +41 800 247 365 (Helpline EDA / DFAE, helpline@eda.admin.ch, 24 hours/day, toll number)

Visa & entry to Switzerland

The responsible Swiss representation provides information on visa requirements and how to submit a visa application. You will also be given more details about travelling to and staying in Switzerland.

Visa & entry to Switzerland

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Services

From issuing passports to matters concerning civil status, all FDFA external representations offer a variety of services to Swiss citizens living abroad.

Services

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Travel advice

The FDFA provides information on security-related issues concerning politics and crime in the country. The travel advice assesses possible risks and recommends preventative measures.

Travel advice

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Living in Senegal

You will receive information on emigration, staying in the country, and everything you need to know about returning to Switzerland.

Living in Senegal

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Switzerland and Senegal

Here you will find an overview of Switzerland's commitment to diplomacy, education, culture and the economy in the country.

Switzerland and Senegal