UK Consulate Opens in Hyderabad, India
Announcement about opening of UK Consulate in Hyderabad, this will make exit process of all Intended Parents from UK more convenient.
We continuously try to update ourselves with the latest happening in the field of Surrogacy in all parameter’s Medical or Non- Medical and intend to provide better service to clients by reverse integrating all the related Medical and Non Medical Services in one Loop. Hence we have designed a Surrogacy Package that meets all the needs of Intended Parents, the only thing our Intended Parents need to take care is about catching a flight and coming to Hyderabad Airport. After landing we ensure that our Patient is taken care of. We are continuously improvising at our end to make the journey of our Intended Parents to Parenthood smoother, safe, shorter, informative and more fascinating and thereby an unforgettable experience.
Also as a change in process! From now, Intended Parents from United Kingdom travelling to take their babies back to their Home Country hopefully will not require to visit New Delhi for processing of passports or travel documents for their New Born.
Until Now Intended Parents from United Kingdom had to travel to Delhi to visit the High Commission in New Delhi to process for Citizenship and Travel Document for their New Born baby/ babies.
United Kingdom has announced about opening of its consulate in Hyderabad on Thursday 31st May 2012 making it the only country to have a consulate in all southern states except Kerala.
For now, the consulate – to be headed by a deputy high commissioner - is expected to work out of a city hotel before it moves to a permanent address. The UK consulate would bring the city closer to realizing its London dream which has to otherwise route its visa applications through the consulate office in Chennai.
The consulate is set to place Hyderabad firmly on the global travel map, which the city has been figuring in over the last few years particularly after the international airport at Shamshabad came up. The city already has direct connectivity to UK with a daily British Airways flight to London. The flight reports more than 80% occupancy on most days, say official sources. Frequent flyers in the city hope that the consulate’s presence in Hyderabad would connect city airport to more destinations in UK. Consulate offices often act as confidence boosters among travelers from their home nations, who feel comfortable visiting a city that has their consulate office. The consulate presence would also better people to people contact and an increased opportunity for state residents to avail of the various fellowships and scholarships of the UK government.
According to Dr. Samit Sekhar, Chief Embryologist and IVF & Surrogacy Program Director, Kiran Infertility Centre, this will be an added advantage to all the parents who will be travelling to our facility for pursuing various treatments for Infertility as hopefully they do no longer need to go to Delhi to procure Passports/ Travel Documents to their new-born, they will be able to get them processed here in Hyderabad and this will also help in reducing the time of stay for Parents Post Birth by approximately 3 to 4 days.
The address is as follows:
British Deputy High Commission, Hyderabad
Room No. 150, 1st floor,
Taj Deccan Hotel,
Road No.1, Banjara Hills,
Emergency out of Hours number: +91-(0)11-2419-
0830 - 1330 Friday
Page Updated Last on: Jun 06, 2012