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  • Inaugural Ribbon Cutting

    Ambassador Wayne and Consul General Pomper Dedicate New U.S. Consulate General in Monterrey, Mexico

  • Consul General Joseph Pomper with invitees

    Consul General Joseph Pomper celebrates International Women's Day

  • Consul General Joseph Pomper with a group of students in the Model of the US Senate

    The Consul General attended the inauguration of the first ever Model U.S. Senate in Monterrey. This initiative was organized by the US Consulate sponsored Monterrey Youth Council.



    We have made significant progress and issued most of the delayed visas worldwide. We are working to bring our systems back to full operational capacity. We continue to prioritize immigrant visas, adoption cases, and emergency nonimmigrant visa cases. We are printing visas for these cases with very few delays. We are aware of a small number of visa cases still in process because of system performance issues. We are working diligently to clear those cases. Visa applicants are advised to expect delays of up to one week in addition to normal processing times. Please take this into consideration when making travel plans. Please check with the embassy or consulate where you will apply for additional information.   Please see our FAQs for further information. »

  • As of Tuesday, July 22, the Monterrey US Consulate will be open to the public in its new facility located in Santa Catarina during regular business hours from 8:00am to 5:00pm.


  • Ambassador Wayne Discusses Security, Economy and Education with Nuevo Léon Governor Rodrigo Medina de la Cruz

    During his July 2 visit to Monterrey, Ambassador Wayne had a productive discussion with Nuevo Léon Governor Rodrigo Medina and his senior advisors on security, economic and education initiatives, U.S. cooperation with the state, and a variety of other topics of mutual interest. Ambassador Wayne thanked the Governor for his support with the Consulate’s move and his commitment to provide security resources for our facilities and staff. 

  • U.S. Embassy in Mexico Organizes “TechCamp Mexico: Fight Trafficking in Persons”

    Mexico City, December 6, 2013 – The U.S. embassy in Mexico City, in collaboration with the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), gathered 12 technical experts and over 50 civil society activists from all over Mexico to participate in a TechCamp to discuss techniques and technologies that can assist in combating trafficking in persons (TIP). 

  • Ambassador Wayne Promotes Cultural and Economic Ties in Monterrey

    U.S. Ambassador to Mexico Anthony Wayne announced last night that the United States will participate as the host country at the August 2013 International Film Festival in Monterrey. Ambassador Wayne joined film festival Director Juan Manuel Gonzalez and National Arts Council (CONARTE) Technical Secretary Katzir Meza at a reception and film showing for approximately 150 guests at the Plaza Centro Cultural Fatima. 

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