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U.S. Consulate Messages

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The US Consulate would like our American readers to know about this upcoming hurricane season…


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The US Consulate in Cozumel invites citizens and visitors to an open house regarding the closure of the consulate on the island…

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The United States State Department has issued a state-by-state warning about safety for Americans in Mexico. There is no advisory in effect for Yucatan, Campeche or Quintana Roo…

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An upcoming town meeting announced by the US Consulate.


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The US Consulate is announcing a meeting open to all US Citizens with information about hurricanes, immigration and car importation procedures…

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If you are a Mexican who wants to travel to the United States, or you know someone who is, this is timely and important information…

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In both English and Spanish, here are some important tips from the Consul for enjoying your Spring Break in Mexico…


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The US Consul writes some common sense information about avoiding become a victim of a crime in the Yucatan.

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The US Consulate gives us the lowdown on how Mexicans can get a visitor’s visa to the United States…

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Ask the U.S. Consul – Passports As many U.S. citizens in the Yucatán Peninsula travel for the holidays, now is a good time to make sure you have your passport handy and check its expiration date. If you do need to renew or replace a passport before you travel, we encourage you to apply as [...]


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Here is a brief synopsis with important and informational links about absentee voting for the upcoming US elections, and how the local consulate can be of assistance.

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The US Consulate releases an official warning about Hurricane Ernesto with instructions and contact information.

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Helpful hints from the US Consulate if you find yourself the victim of a kidnapping phone scam…

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The American Consulate issues a seasonal warning about dengue with tips on prevention…

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The US Consulate in Merida, which is responsible for US Citizens in Yucatan, Campeche and Quintana Roo, is having a town meeting on July 5. All US Citizens from those states are invited. Here is the agenda…

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Mexico isn’t the only country having a presidential election this year. If you are a US Citizen living abroad, here is information from the consulate on how to vote in the upcoming US election, including important changes in absentee voting laws for 2012…

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An alert from the US Consulate in Merida to citizens here to keep a watchful eye…

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The US Consulate wants US citizens in this area to know what to do in case of a hurricane during this upcoming hurricane season. This is a good reference page with links to other informative websites…

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The US Department of State has issued another travel warning. Unlike previous communications, this one breaks down the travel risks on a state-by-state basis. For Merida and Chichen Itza and that state of Yucatan, no advisory is in effect…

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The US Consulate communicates valuable information about the upcoming 2012 election voting requirements for expatriates, and new tax laws for income tax reporting for expatriates…

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US Primaries are coming up. Here’s how to register to vote in the primary in your state if you are not currently living in the United States…

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The Consulate would like you to pay attention to the rise in dengue fever incidents in the Yucatan and gives suggestions on what to do…

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Here is the US Consulate’s message regarding Tropical Storm Harvey which is gathering steam off the coast of Belize on August 19, 2011.

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A brief message from the U.S.Consulate in Merida, Yucatan

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The U.S. Consulate has issued a news brief regarding an outbreak of Legionnaire’s Disease at the Regency Club Vacation Resort and Wyndham Cozumel Resort & Spa (formerly Reef Club Cozumel).

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The United States Consulate announces a change of address for the consulate in Cancun…

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The U.S. Consulate has issued a message concerning Hurricane Paula, now threatening the east coast of the Yucatan Peninsula…

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The U.S. Consulate has issued a tropical storm warning for Tropical Storm Matthew…

By U.S. Consular Merida

Warden Messages provide news, advisories and other information from the United States Consular in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico. In this message, be advised of a rise in dengue fever, the need to make appointments and several job openings on the Peninsula…