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  • Black History Month Presentation

    Black History Month Presentation

    The U.S Consulate General in Hermosillo held a presentation on Black History Month for high school students of CECYTES La Manga. Students had the opportunity to watch a video about the civil rights movement and participated in a discussion about the implications and importance of diversity and civic participation.

  • EducationUSA Culiacan

    EducationUSA Culiacan Inauguration

    Consul General Karen Ogle opened the Sinaloa EducationUSA Advising Center in Culiacan. The Center will provide free information to all interested people who may want to study in the United States. The opening of the center was carried out with the collaboration of the Ministry of Public Education and Culture in Sinaloa

  • ExpoAgro 2015

    ExpoAgro 2015

    Consul General Karen Ogle visited Culiacan to participate in the opening ceremony of ExpoAgro Sinaloa. She met with State and Federal officials, and visited American companies participating in this Agricultural fair.

  • Jovenes en Accion

    "Jóvenes en Acción" Culiacan

    The Consul General Karen Ogle had the opportunity to meet with Culiacan students who participated in the 2014 “Jóvenes en Acción” group. The students discussed their visit to the United States and explained their project “directing youth against a narcoculture” to the Consul General.

  • ESTH Counselor visit

    ESTH Counselor visit to Hermosillo

    Pablo Valdez, the Environment, Science, Technology, and Health (ESTH) Counselor of the US Embassy in Mexico City , visited Hermosillo to meet with the academic and private sector to address issues of environment and climate change.

  • Universidad de Occidente Presentation

    Universidad de Occidente Presentation

    Personnel from the U.S. Consulate General in Hermosillo held a presentation on the process to study in the United States, to a group of students and teachers from the “Universidad del Occidente” Los Mochis, to encouraged the audience to pursue educational exchange opportunities.

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  • Fee change for tourist visa for Mexican minors (under age 15)

    Starting January 1, 2015, the application fee for a tourist visa for Mexican minors (under age 15) increased from 16USD to 17USD. Payments of the 16USD fee made as of December 31, 2014, will still be valid for 90 days.

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