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  • Consul General met with State Coordinator of Tourism

    Meeting with State Coordinator of Tourism

    Consul General Karen Ogle met with the State Coordinator of Tourism, Javier Tapia and his team to learn about the tourism programs and the new projects that are being implemented in Sonora.

  • Academic Mobility Fair

    Academic Mobility Fair

    On 4 October, the U.S. Consulate General participated in the United States-Mexico Academic Mobility Fair which aimed to be a space for the student community to receive first-hand information on scholarships, financial aid, academic programs and exchange opportunities the United States.

  • Consul General met Hermosillo Mayor

    Consul General met Hermosillo Mayor

    Karen Ogle Consul General met with Hermosillo Mayor Alejandro Lopez Caballero in order to strengthen ties and seek opportunities of mutual collaboration for the benefit of the city and its citizens.

  • Student Visa Presentation at UES

    Student Visa Presentation at UES

    The U.S. Consulate General in Hermosillo in collaboration with EducationUSA Advising Center conducted a presentation on the application process for a U.S. University and how to get a student visa to students from the “Universidad Estatal de Sonora” (UES)

  • Consul General met Governor Padres

    Consul General met Governor Padres

    In recent days, Consul General Karen Ogle, met with Governor Guillermo Padres to discuss areas in which both goverments can work together for the benefit of communities in the region and strengthen the bilateral relations between Mexico and the United States.


  • Security Message - November 04, 2014

    The U.S. Consulate General in Hermosillo alerts U.S. citizens residing and traveling in the Mexican state of Sinaloa that a tropical storm watch is in effect in Sinaloa from Mazatlan northward to Topolobampo. Mexican civil protection authorities have put Sinaloa under a “Yellow” alert level (the third level in a five-step scale).

  • Press Release - September 22, 2014

    Evacuation operations from the Los Cabos area of Baja California Sur will conclude in the next few days. U.S. consular officials will continue to assist U.S. citizens in need, but operations will be limited.

  • Press Releases - September 19, 2014

    U.S. Mission Mexico continues to work with local, state, and federal authorities in Cabo San Lucas and other affected areas to ensure the safety of U.S. citizens trying to evacuate the area.

  • September 18, 2014 - Hurricane Odile Emergency Message

    The Department of State recommends that U.S. citizens affected by Hurricane Odile in Baja California Sur should proceed to San José del Cabo airport as soon as possible, if able to so. Travel during daylight hours is recommended.

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  • U.S. Embassies and Consulates are currently experiencing technical difficulties that may result in delays in visa processing and receiving and sending communications. If you sent an email to a U.S. Embassy or Consulate email address between 8pm Friday, Nov 14th and 8am Tuesday, Nov 18th, we did not receive your message. If you do not receive a response within 72 hours, please resend your email.

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    Within Mexico: (662)289-3500
    International call: +52-662-289-3500
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    Monterrey 141 Pte.
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    Hermosillo, Sonora. 83260

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