How to Contact Us
U.S. Consulate General
Paseo de la Victoria #3650
Fracc. Partido Senecú
Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, Mexico C.P. 32543
- Information Window hours: 7:30am - 1pm
- Interview hours 7:30 - 4:15
Open each weekday except:
If you have an appointment at the Consulate, please arrive no sooner than 15 minutes before your scheduled time. Due to security regulations and space restrictions we are unable to accommodate family members, lawyers or friends of applicants within the Consulate waiting areas. To reduce the risk of fraud or theft, the Consulate recommends that cash not be used to pay for visa services but rather one of the acceptable payment options (PDF 73KB).
For information on how to make or change an appointment to apply for an immigrant (resident) visa or to provide information on your visa case, contact our applicant service center at any of the numbers provided.
Please use these steps for our non-immigrant visa application system.
General Information & Non-Emergency American Citizen Services
If calling from the U.S., dial 011-52 before the number. This line is for general information only. To make a visa appointment or to provide information on your visa case, contact our call center at the numbers listed under Visa Information/Appointments below.
For the U.S. Citizen After-Hours Emergency Line
Please click here for after-hours emergency contact information.
To report errors on your visa
To report a non-immigrant visa lost or stolen
Please fill out our lost and stolen form.
All attorney inquiries should be directed through our online legal inquiry form. This form is for legal inquiries only. All other inquires will not be answered. Attorneys are not permitted to accompany their clients into the Consulate.
Public inquiries regarding visa denials, administrative processing or American Citizen Services should be directed to our online public inquiry form. This form should not be used to request general information, which can be obtained by browsing this website or calling our call center at the numbers listed above under Visa Information/Appointments. This form should not be used to request the status of a pending I-601 waiver application or for an explanation of a denied waiver application.
If you have received a notice that your I-601 waiver has been approved but have not been contacted by the Department of State to continue with the immigrant visa process, please be aware that we have not yet received your waiver approval from USCIS. Your file is likely located with the USCIS office in Ciudad Juarez, who may be contacted via mail. The Department of State will have no additional information, and we will be unable to continue processing the case, until we receive the file from USCIS. Unfortunately, USCIS is unable to provide us with an estimated processing time. Once we have received the file from USCIS, we will contact the applicant with instructions on how to proceed with the processing of the case.
If you are a U.S. Congressional office seeking the status of a constituent's case, please email us. Alternatively, we invite you to use our online form, which will help ensure that you provide all of the information necessary so that the consulate can quickly and efficiently respond to your inquiry. Note: The email address and the form are for congressional inquiries only. All other inquires will not be answered.
All inquiries regarding pending Ciudad Juarez (CDJ) waiver applications (such as I-601 or I-212 applications) should be made directly to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), which has sole authority to adjudicate waivers of inadmissibility.
All downloadable documents on this page are provided in PDF format. To view PDFs you must have a copy of Adobe Acrobat Reader. You may download a free version by clicking the link above.