Mexican flag Consulate-General of Mexico in Nogales, Arizona

Address571 N. Grand Avenue
Nogales, AZ 85621
Phonelocal: (520) 287.2521
international: +1.520.287.2521
Faxlocal: (520) 287.3175
international: +1.520.287.3175
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Yolanda Soto
Wed, 29 May 2019 19:52 EDT
Noche de Fracasos
I would like to receive a notice of this event so that I may attend. Thank you
Cathie Nall
Mon, 12 Sep 2016 09:21 EDT
Permanent Residency card
What is the process to begin my application? What documents are required?
Thank you.
Norberto Alejos
Thu, 28 Jul 2016 17:23 EDT
Permenant Resident Card
My Wife's Permanant Resident card is about to expire, On the 11th of August to be exact. I am Currently In Nogales Arizona and I would like to know if I can re-new her Resident status on line or must I go to a Consulate office and can I go to one here in Nogales or does it have to be Los Angeles.

You can e-mail me at

Thank you,

Norberto Alejos
Benito Campos
Wed, 6 Jan 2016 18:17 EST
Telephone answering
Why does no one in your office ever answer the phone. I call and the phone rings many, many times and no one will answer. Are all the employeees hard of hearing or is it that they are just indifferent?
This happens all the time, not just once.
Wed, 27 May 2015 15:54 EDT
If I'm traveling with my grand children to Zacatecas Mexico under the age of 18 do they need to have a passport?
Bennett Camp
Mon, 3 Nov 2014 13:37 EST
Visiting Nogales, Son.
I hear so many people saying that they will not go to Nogales because of all the killing...Hog wash..I go to Mex every week and not just to the border but way south to where the bus depots are..It is very safe..Did you ever compare the crime, murders in Tucson to Nogales??
Why would you feel safer in Tucson than Nogales...Gringos (I am one) are loco (crazy)
lin b
Tue, 14 Oct 2014 22:18 EDT
free our marine
Free sgt t. Your so CORRUPT your president is spineless. He is dictated to by the cartels. No more money and crossing our border illegally. Obama will lose power in November and then Mexico's no more money.and no more illegals in the USA..
Tue, 15 Jul 2014 10:58 EDT
We demand the Mexican government free the United Sates Marine right now! If you don't I will urge my government to put up the biggest damn wall on the US/ Mexican border and stop all financial assistance to your government. I will also demand no more relaxed Customs and Immigration policies allowing the illegal crossing of Mexicans into our country. We will boycott all things Mexican. We will assemble in a peaceful legal manner around your consulates throughout the United States to protest the Mexican governments imprisonment off our Marine. I will demand the US stop providing aid to the Mexicans who are already in this country illegally.
Charles L. McKenna
Mon, 2 Jun 2014 14:25 EDT
Permanent resident visa
I want a permanent resident visa. Would you please tell me what documents I need to achieve this and also how to begin the procedure. Thank you in advance for your assistance.
best regards
Charles L McKenna
Wed, 30 Oct 2013 13:20 EDT
Car in Mexico, Afraid for my life to drive it back.
Like Mexicans seeking to go to the us because they are afraid for the lives.

I am afraid for my life to drive my car from Jalisco through Sinaola to Nogalas.

Mexico does not offer anything or assistance in this matter. What can I do.

My car has valid US plates and valid mexican insurance.

I do not want to crush it, and I cannot find anyone to bring it back for a reasonable fee. Line not more then 1/3 the value of the SUV.

Thank you

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