The U.S. Consulate General Hamilton is responsible for strengthening the relationship between the United States and Bermuda and for protecting American citizens who live, work, and visit the island. 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 Consulate plays an integral role in Bermuda’s political, social, and cultural communities and works to enhance ties with the Government of Bermuda and key stakeholders, including: the international business sector; non-governmental agencies; educational institutions; local law enforcement and emergency measure agencies; and research institutes.
The Consulate is part of Mission United Kingdom and reports to the Ambassador at Embassy London. The main office is located at “Crown Hill,” a historic property, just outside the city of Hamilton, that is owned by the US Government.
The Mission is comprised of about 40 employees, including the Consul General, Deputy Principal Officer, Consul, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Port Director and officers.
The Consulate General provides housing, customs and shipping, maintenance, and many other administrative services to all U.S. Government agencies in Bermuda.