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American Embassy in Hong Kong & Macau

  • Hanoi Vietnam
  • Ho Chi Ming Vietnam
  • Hong Kong Macau
  • India Chennai
  • India Kolkata
  • India Mumbai
  • India New Delhi
  • Jakarta Indonesia
  • Kazakhstan Astana
  • Kenya Nairobi
  • Kinshasa Congo
  • Kolonia Micronesia
  • Khartoum Sudan
  • Kyrgyz Republic Bishkek
  • Laos Vientiane
  • Lesotho Maseru
  • Liberia Monrovia
  • Luanda Angola
  • Madagascar Antananarivo
  • Majuro Marshal Islands
  • Malabo Equatorial Guinea
  • Malawi Lilongwe
  • Malaysia Kuala Lumpur
  • Mali Bamako
  • Mauritania Nouakchott
  • Mauritius Port Louis
  • Mauritius Vpp Seychelles
  • Melbourne Australia
  • Mozambique Maputo
  • Embassy Contact Information
    Address: 26 Garden Road, Hong Kong
    Tel: (852) 2523-9011
    Fax: (852) 2845-1598
    Email: (for visa inquiries, please use the Visa Inquiry Form)

    The United States - embassy in Hong Kong presents a variety of useful information for wide sector of people. Whether you are us-citizen staying in Hong Kong or you are Hong Kong or Macau citizens planning to visit the states, a short glance through the services can give you an idea about how the embassy can serve you.
    For American citizen
    The embassy provides information needed for United States citizens &provide them with travel warnings and public announcements. Also the embassy provides phone numbers that you can use for emergencies concerning deaths of American citizen, stolen green cards and lost passports. Issuing and reissuing of United States passports regulation and the fees needed are provided by the embassy for performing these services. Registering births & deaths of American citizens in Hong Kong are some of the services done by the embassy for us citizens residing in Hong Kong & Macau.
    United States visa
    Either you are applying for immigrant, nonimmigrant visa here you will find how to issue the right visa for your case.
    Non-immigrant visa
    You should consider issuing this visa if you will visit the United States temporarily but you do not qualify for the visa waiver program .you can find all the information needed about this visa in the embassy during working hours.

    immigrant visa varies according to your case: immediate relative if you are: The spouse or minor unmarried child of a United States citizen or the parent of a United States citizen who is over the age of twenty-one then you apply for immediate relative visa . Intending to marry an American citizen and reside in the United States? you have to apply for Fiancé(e) visa, this visa allows you to enter the states for 90 -180 days to complete the marriage then you apply to the (USCIS) to extend your stay in the United States and after 2 years apply once more to remove the conditional stay .

    if you are: Priority Worker who have extra ordinary abilities , Member of a Profession holding advanced degree and exceptional abilities , skilled worker holding baccalaureate degree in a profession that have shortage in the United States. Investor who intend to invest about 500,000 – 1,000,000 $ and employ at least 10 unrelated employees then employment visa is your choice.

    The diversity lottery visa, this visa have conditions that changes every year according to the united states security requirements but in general to be eligible you must have completed a minimum of twelve years education including FOUR years of high school which must be the equivalent of a U.S. High School diploma . The fees of immigrant visa ranging from 400 – 800 $
    According to the visa type you are applying for, you will be asked to take an appointment and fill all the required forms, along with presenting you documentation, medical examination, personal photos

    Embassy Holiday List 2008

    Tuesday, January 1


    New Year's Day




    Monday, January 21


    Martin Luther King's Birthday




    Thursday, February 7


    Lunar New Year's Day




    Friday, February 8


    Second day of the Lunar New Year




    Monday, February 18


    President's Day




    Friday, March 21


    Good Friday




    Monday, March 24


    Easter Monday




    Friday, April 4


    Ching Ming Festival




    Monday, May 26


    Memorial Day




    Monday, June 9


    The day following Tuen Ng Festival




    Tuesday, July 1


    Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Establishment Day




    Friday, July 4


    Independence Day




    Monday, September 1


    Labor Day




    Monday, September 15


    The day following Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival




    Wednesday, October 1


    National Day




    Tuesday, October 7


    Chung Yeung Festival




    Monday, October 13


    Columbus Day




    Tuesday, November 11


    Veterans Day




    Thursday, November 27


    Thanksgiving Day




    Thursday, December 25


    Christmas Day




    Friday, December 26


    First Week-Day after Christmas Day



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