(Sept 22) 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. U.S. citizens needing emergency assistance should contact the U.S. State Department or the U.S. Consulate General in Tijuana as indicated below. The consular agency in Los Cabos is damaged and is currently not open for service.
U.S. citizens wishing to provide charitable assistance to victims in Baja Sur should note that complicated customs and clearance requirements govern such assistance if originating abroad. The most efficient way to provide assistance and disaster relief is through cash combinations to the charity of your choice, earmarked for Hurricane Odile disaster relief.
Soccer Clinics in Tijuana and Ensenada
Tijuana | August 22, 2014. Visiting Sports Envoys Jay Miller and Caitlin Fisher conducted soccer clinics with children in the neighborhoods of Pórticos del Mar and Misiones de La Presa in Ensenada and in the community of Camino Verde in Tijuana. They held a clinic with the girls of Gonzo Soccer and participated in a Soccer Tournament in the Colonia 10 de Mayo, also in Tijuana.
CG Erickson visits Baja State University Ensenada
Tijuana | August 20, 2014. Andrew S.E. Erickson, U.S. Consul General in Tijuana. visited the Baja State University Campus in Ensenada (UABC). As part of his visit, Consul General Erickson toured the School of Oenology and Gastronomy, the School of Marine Sciences and the Institute of Oceanology Research. He also met with academics and researchers who explained the research taking place in the institution.
Celebration of US Independence Day
Tijuana | July 3, 2014. Andrew S.E. Erickson, Consul General of the U.S. in Tijuana welcomes the guests who attended the reception to celebrate the 238th Anniversary of the United States Independence. The reception took place at the U.S. Consulate General in Tijuana.
“Our governments have placed education at the top of our bilateral priorities because we understand that developing a 21st century workforce is essential to helping our industries remain at the forefront in terms of innovation” – said Ambassador Anthony Wayne during the signing of a California-Mexico Memorandum of Understanding on Higher Education.
The U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) , in close coordination with its Mexican counterpart, the Unidad de Inteligencia Financiera (UIF) , today announced a series of reporting initiatives desig ned to greatly improve the transparency of cross - border cash movements.
Mexico City, July 01, 2014 – Ambassador Wayne met with the Ambassadors to Mexico of El Salvador Carlos Antonio Ascencio Girón, Guatemala Fernando Andrade Díaz-Durán, and Honduras José Mariano Castillo Mercado, on June 30 to discuss issues related to unaccompanied migrant children
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REPORT IP THEFT
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