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  • Celebration of US Independence Day

    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.

  • Mexican Consuls in California visit Tijuana

    Mexican Consuls in California visit Tijuana

    Tijuana | June 9, 2014. Consuls of Mexico in California visit the U.S. Consulate in Tijuana. During their visit Andrew S.E. Erickson, U.S. Consul General in Tijuana hosted the Mexican diplomats and offered a guided tour of the consulate facilities and a meeting with Consulate officials.

  • CG congratulates Plantronics

    CG congratulates Plantronics

    Tijuana | June 2, 2014. Consul General, Andrew S. E. Erickson visits Plantronics Tijuana to hand over acknowledgment for Corporate Excellence Award granted by the State Department last January 29, 2014. The award is signed by John Kerry, U.S. Secretary of State. The award was handed to Kenneth Kannappan, Executive Director (CEO) of Plantronics.

  • CG attends Binational meeting at CECUT

    CG attends Binational meeting at CECUT

    Tijuana | May 29, 2014. Consul General, Andrew S.E. Erickson attends the US-Mexico bridges and border and crossings binational meeting held at Tijuana's Cultural Center. The event was chaired by Sergio Alcocer, under-secretary for North American affairs at SRE and U.S. Consul General in Tijuana.

  • Secretary Kerry visits Mexico

    Secretary Kerry visits Mexico

    With the Metropolitan Cathedral as backdrop, Secretary of State John Kerry stopped by the Feria de las Culturas Amigas at Mexico City´s Zócalo square, where he visited the U.S. stand along with U.S. Ambassador Anthony Wayne and Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs Roberta Jacobson.

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  • California and Mexico Sign MOU to Increase Educational Exchanges

    “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.

  • Ambassador Wayne Discusses Efforts to Address Unaccompanied Minors

    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