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    Ongoing U.S. Citizen Evacuation Efforts

    (Sept 19 - 6 pm) Most U.S. citizens have left the La Paz area and basic services have improved in much of the area. U.S. Consular support assisting U.S. citizens in La Paz is now relocating to Los Cabos. Any U.S. citizen in the La Paz area needing to depart immediately should make their way to Los Cabos airport.

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    Embassy and Civil Society Hold Anti-Trafficking Forum

    On September 19, the U.S. Department of Justice’s Office of Overseas Prosecutorial Development, Assistance and Training (OPDAT) with Mexican NGO partners, Colectivo Contra la Trata and Centro Fray Julian, organized a trafficking in persons public forum and youth awareness event in the state of Tlaxcala.

  • Coast Guard Cutter Boutwell at Puerto Chiapas

    Coast Guard Cutter Boutwell at Puerto Chiapas

    The 14th Naval Zone of the Mexican Navy hosted military unit tours, professional exchange visits and some spirited sports competition for the crew of the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Boutwell during a recent two-day port visit to Puerto Chiapas, Mexico.

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    Remembering 9/11

    Amb. Wayne and embassy staff, joined by members of TOPOS, the Mexican Search and Rescue team who volunteered at the World Trade Center in the aftermath of the September 11, 2001 attacks in New York, Washington and Pennsylvania, remember those lost.

  • Canine Unit Launched in Chihuahua

    Canine Unit Launched in Chihuahua

    Director of the Mexico Section of the Bureau of International, Narcotics and Law Enforcement (INL) Steven Kraft represented the U.S. Embassy at a canine delivery event held in Chihuahua today and presided over by Governor César Duarte Jáquez.

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IMPORTANT: HURRICANE ODILE

  • Emergency Contact Information for American Citizens affected by Hurricane Odile:

    From the U.S. & Canada: 1-888-407-4747
    From Overseas: + 202-501-4444
    OdileEmergencyUSC@state.gov



    • Ongoing U.S. Citizen Evacuation Efforts from Cabo San Lucas in Aftermath of Hurricane Odile (Sep 19, 2014 - 6 P.M.)


    Most U.S. citizens have left the La Paz area and basic services have improved in much of the area.  U.S. Consular support assisting U.S. citizens in La Paz is now relocating to Los Cabos.  Any U.S. citizen in the La Paz area needing to depart immediately should make their way to Los Cabos airport where there are commercial flight options.

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