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  • Commissioner R. Gil Kerlikowske visited Mexico

    Commissioner R. Gil Kerlikowske visited Mexico

    Commissioner Kerlikowske met with Tax Administration Service Chief Aristóteles Nuñez, and Customs Administrator General Alejandro Chacón Domínguez, their discussion focused on current issues and future strategy, including strengthening the two countries’ bilateral partnership

  • Theater workshop for conflict resolution

    Theater workshop for conflict resolution

    American stage actor and director Court Dorsey offered the theater workshop “The best way to face your challenges.” The Massachusetts actor came up with the idea of a conflict-resolution theater workshop.

  • Green Bazaar at Embassy Mexico City

    Green Bazaar at Embassy Mexico City

    More than 25 eco-entrepreneurs who make and sell sustainable, environmentally friendly products participated in the Embassy’s annual Green Bazaar on Wednesday. The event helps raise awareness of environmental causes and promotes environmentally conscious business practices.

  • Ambassador Wayne Speaks at Forum on Migrants

    Ambassador Wayne Speaks at Forum on Migrants

    Ambassador Anthony Wayne participated in a conference entitled “The Migrant as a Person: The Center of Migration Policy.” Other speakers at the conference included Deputy Amalia García and CNDH President Raúl Plascencia.

  • Youth: Work Mexico

    Youth: Work Mexico

    One hundred thirty eight youth graduated from the USAID-sponsored “Youth: Work Mexico” program in Ciudad Juarez. The program is part of USAID’s initiatives for crime and violence prevention.

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  • State-Level Training in Trafficking in Persons

    Department of Justice’s Office of Overseas Prosecutorial Development, Assistance, and Training began its first state-level training of future trafficking in persons (TIP) instructors from the National Migration Institute (INM) and the Chiapas State Attorney General’s Office (PGJ) today.

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  • Former Bakersfield-area man featured on ICE's Operation Predator smartphone app captured in Mexico

    EL CENTRO, Calif. — A former Bakersfield-area man, who absconded in the wake of his 2013 indictment on federal child pornography charges, is being held in the Imperial County Jail after his capture earlier this week by law enforcement authorities in Mexico. 

  • Ambassador Wayne Travels to Chiapas to promote people-to-people, environmental, and educational ties

    uxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas, March 28, 2014 – During his trip, the Ambassador celebrated the third anniversary of the Franklin Corner in Tuxtla Gutierrez, met with Chiapas Governor Manuel Velasco Coello, Secretary of the Environment Carlos Morales Vázquez, as well as with civil society representatives and State Department alumni.
 
 

  • Meetings with Youth

    During a trip to Chiapas, Ambassador Wayne learned first-hand from students and alumni that have benefited from educational programs sponsored by the USG that have impacted their lives and helped them better their communities across the state of Chiapas.  

  • Official Meetings in Chiapas

    Ambassador Wayne travelled to Chiapas where he had the opportunity to meet with Chiapas Governor Manuel Velasco Coello, Secretary of the Environment Carlos Morales Vázquez, General Director of the Consejo Estatal para la Cultura y las Artes de Chiapas (CONECULTA) Juan Carlos Cal y Mayor Franco, and other high level officials to promote people-to-people, environmental, and educational ties between the United States and Chiapas.  

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Embassy Announcement

  • RENEWING A PASSPORT FOR A MINOR? 

    Take advantage of this special summer service and come to renew your child’s passport without an appointment! Simply come to the embassy  any day we are open (see our Consular Calendar) before August 28th, between 2-3 pm (ONLY), and you will NOT need to schedule an appointment! Keep in mind that passports take four weeks to receive, so please plan accordingly.Click here for complete details, including what documents are needed.

    RENEWING FOR AN ADULT?

    If you meet these requirements, you can drop off your renewal application at any time. We recommend you arrive between 11am and 2pm to avoid our busiest periods.

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