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US Consulate Hyderabad, American Embassy Hyderabad

Written By: blogview - May• 12•11

US Consulate Hyderabad, American Embassy Hyderabad

Indians and especially people from Andhra Pradesh prefer to have their higher education and working in US. Due to the increase in then business for software most of the American companies preferred engineers from Andhra Pradesh to work in their companies. Those visiting USA (US of America) from Andhra Pradesh has increased many times.

American embassy Hyderabad building Begumpet

US of America are having its embassies in Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai. Earlier people from Andhra Pradesh have to have appointment at US Consulate at Chennai.  USA (United States of America) has opened a consulate in Hyderabad to serve Hyderabad people. This is the first embassy opened by US in India after independence. It is also the only new consulate office opened by US in the past two decades. The official website fro US consulate Hyderabad is


Types of Visa issued by US embassy in Hyderabad: American embassy Hyderabad issues non immigrants visas. The types of visas are student visa F,M or J type that is issued for the purpose studying in US. H1B and L visa are issued for work related and those having work for short periods of time. B1 and B2 are for tourist and business visas. All the non immigrants must prove to that the consulate that they will come back to India after completion of the work for which the visa is issued.

US Consulate Hyderabad location map


US Embassy Hyderabad Address:

American consulate Hyderabad is working from Begumpet as a temporarily and it gets shifted to Gachibowli after completion of construction of the building. Present address of the embassy is Consulate General of the United States of America, Hyderabad, paigah palace, chiran fort lane, Begumpet, Hyderabad- 500003.


US Consulate Hyderabad working hours and Holidays: The American embassy in Hyderabad working hours are from 8.30 AM to 5.00 PM from Monday to Friday. The office remains closed for both Indian and American holidays.


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  1. pradeep kumar says:

    god bless america

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