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  • Support of Criminal Justice Reform

    Support of Criminal Justice Reform

    Mexico City, November 21, 2014 - As part of the Merida Initiative’s efforts to support Mexico’s transition to an accusatory justice system by 2016, Mexico and U.S. Government officials launched Promoting Justice (PROJUST)

  • Actions Impacting Undocumented Immigrants

    Actions Impacting Undocumented Immigrants

    The President’s Immigration Accountability Executive Actions are an important step to fix our broken immigration system. Millions of undocumented immigrant s who live in the shadows but want to play by the rules and pay taxes have no way to correct their immigration status under the law.

  • U.S. Government Supports Mexican Judicial Reform

    U.S. Government Supports Mexican Judicial Reform

    The U.S. Department of Justice’s Office of Prosecutorial Development, Assistance, and Training (OPDAT) sponsored a study tour for a delegation of 23 Mexican legislators and legal aides to Santiago, Chile, for discussions on Chile’s experience in the implementation of an accusatorial justice system.

  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation!

    Entrepreneurship and Innovation!

    To celebrate Global Entrepreneurship Week #GEW2014, the U.S. Embassy hosted a reception in honor of leaders and partners who have participated in different U.S. Embassy programs and initiatives to boost innovation and entrepreneurship.

  • The NBA Global Games in Mexico

    The NBA Global Games in Mexico

    Chargé d’Affairs Laura Dogu and the Embassy’s Sports Diplomacy Committee accompanied 10 students from Federica M Bonilla high school in Puebla to the Minnesota Timberwolves vs. the Houston Rockets on November 12


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  • Security Message for U.S. Citizens:

    Travel within Guerrero state (including Acapulco)

    November 21, 2014

    This message is to inform U.S. citizens that protests and violent incidents continue in Guerrero state in response to the disappearance of 43 students there.  Embassy personnel have been instructed to defer non-essential travel to Acapulco, by air or land, to include the federal toll road (“cuota”) 95D to/from Mexico City and Acapulco.  Furthermore, road travel in all other parts of the state remains prohibited.  Travel by air to and from Ixtapa/Zihuatanejo is still permitted.  The Embassy cautions U.S. citizens to follow the same guidelines.

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