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  • Consul General Hart and Professor Christopher Gane  (State Dept.)

    The Role of Law in Combat -ting Trafficking in Persons

    Remarks by Consul General Clifford A. Hart, Jr. - Law Faculty, Chinese University of Hong Kong (April 13, 2016)

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  • Visa Renewal Program (State Dept.)

    New Visa Renewal Program for Non-Immigrant Visas

    The Consulate has launched the new Visa Renewal Program for qualified non-immigrant visa applicants who have already established good U.S. travel history! If you are renewing your U.S. visa and qualify for the Visa Renewal Program, you may not have to come to the Consulate General for an interview appointment.

  • Mr. Adam Johnson and students (State Dept.)

    Pulitzer Prize Winner Inspires Students

    Pulitzer Prize winning author Adam Johnson says: "Human research is everything." That's the secret of success the National Book Award winner shared with college students and voracious readers during his visit to Hong Kong and Macau in mid-March. Mr. Johnson was a featured speaker at the ...

  • Consul General Hart at the Kowloon Rotary Club (State Dept.)

    Consul General Stresses Shared Service Values

    Consul General Clifford A. Hart, Jr. spoke April 14 at the Kowloon Rotary Club, where he met with business leaders from Hong Kong, Mainland China, Germany, Switzerland, India, and the United States. The Consul General introduced the Consulate's operations and policy...

  • U.S. crew and students (State Dept.)

    Dodgeball to English Practice

    When the U.S.S. Boxer came to port in Hong Kong, the U.S. crew took the opportunity to spend some of their visit interacting with local students and engaging in cultural exchange. On March 23, the ship's chaplain led a group of 13 sailors and marines to ELCHK Lutheran, a local Hong Kong ...

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Macau Day: May 18, 2016

  • ACS staff will travel to Macau on Wednesday, May 18, 2016, to provide limited consular services for American citizens. For more information, please see Macau Day.

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  • Please note that stun guns (e.g., tasers), mace, pepper spray, and other self-protection weapons are banned in Hong Kong. Discovery of weapons of any kind during luggage screening -- including transit passengers' cabin and checked luggage -- will be referred to the police for investigation, leading to arrest and detention. Please click here for more information.

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