New Delhi, October 25, 2016 – Today the U.S. Mission to India launched a new website for the Embassy in New Delhi and the four Consulates General in Chennai, Kolkata, Hyderabad and Mumbai. The new website address for the entire U.S. Mission is https://in.usembassy.gov. This website is in English, Hindi and Urdu and is built on WordPress, a popular web and blogging platform.
The official website has a wealth of resources, including information about applying for a U.S. visa, job vacancy announcements, and official press releases. American citizens in India will find resources about passports, business people can learn about doing business in India and the United States, and students can find more information about studying in America. The new website also has information about the four U.S. Consulates General and the services they provide.
Responding to the large number of visitors who access our site via mobile device, the new website is also mobile-responsive, adjusting layout depending on the visitor’s screen size, and allows for faster loading of content over a mobile internet connection. Shortcuts to visa information, U.S. citizen services, job opportunities, U.S. policy, press releases, and news and event are all available on the homepage for easier access. The website also features search functionality.
Follow the Embassy and U.S. Consulates on social media – Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, and Instagram links can be found at https://in.usembassy.gov/social-media/. We look forward to hearing from you!
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