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  • Consul General Ostick meets with Baja Governor

    Consul General Ostick meets with Baja Governor

    Tijuana | August 6, 2015. William A. Ostick, Consul General in Tijuana, met with Francisco Vega de La Madrid, Governor of Baja California for the first time since his arrival in Tijuana. During the meeting, the Consul General and the Governor had the opportunity to discuss strengthening binational collaboration between the US and Mexico, as well as the integration of the border region.

  • Celebration of US Independence Day 2015

    Celebration of US Independence Day 2015

    Tijuana | July 1, 2015. Andrew S.E. Erickson, Consul General of the U.S. in Tijuana welcomes the guests who attended the reception to celebrate the 239th Anniversary of the United States Independence and the 75th Anniversary of the presence of the US Consulate in Tijuana

  • Basketball  Clinics in La Paz

    Basketball Clinics in La Paz

    Tijuana | June 14, 2015. The US Consulate in Tijuana in collaboration with the Sports Institute of La Paz organize basketball clinics for coaches of Baja California Sur. The basketball clinics where conducted by Ollie Goulston, Basketball coach from San Diego.

  • Consulate Celebrates World Environment Day

    Consulate Celebrates World Environment Day

    Tijuana | June 6, 2015. As part of World Environment Day, the U.S. Consulate in Tijuana and NGO Alter Terra organized a tree planting event in Tijuana with the participation of the community and members of the police academy of Tijuana.

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  • New Consul General in Tijuana

    The U.S. Consulate General in Tijuana is pleased to announce the arrival of William A. Ostick as the new Consul General in Tijuana as of July 30th, 2015. Mr. Ostick will serve in Tijuana for the next three years, with jurisdiction over the Baja California Peninsula.

Sport Fishing in Baja

  • Sports Fishing in Baja U.S. citizens should be mindful of entry requirements and permits when traveling into Mexican waters by private boat. Likewise, the U.S. Consulate recommends that all individuals onboard vessels used for sport fishing, including passengers on commercial and charter boats, understand the entry requirements and permits needed before traveling. For more info

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