The Consulate leads U.S. diplomacy and advocacy by advancing the interests of the American people, their safety and economic prosperity. U.S.-Bermuda engagement reaches across all sectors, including international business, maritime security, crisis response, space exploration, environmental research, athletics, arts, and education.
The Consulate General
The main office is located at “Crown Hill,” a historic property just outside the city of Hamilton owned by the United States Government. Approximately 40 employees, including the Consul General, Deputy Principal Officer, Consul, U.S. Customs and Border Protection Port Director and officers are assigned to the Consulate General.
The Consulate General provides housing, customs and shipping, maintenance, and many other administrative services to all U.S. Government agencies in Bermuda.