On Saturday, October 26, 2013 U.S. Consulate General Nogales, in conjunction with the city of Nogales, Sonora, worked together with the National Basketball Association (NBA) and the Phoenix Suns to host a basketball clinic for over 100 local boys .
Law enforcement trainings
Deputy Consul General, Megan Phaneuf and Nogales Mayor, Ramon Guzman, kicked off the start of a series of trainings the U.S. Consulate will give to the Nogales Municipal Police.
U.S. Consulate basketball team.
The U.S. Consulate basketball team played vs. the City Hall in a friendly game last night at Universidad Deportiva.
Padres Baseball Clinic
the U.S. Consulate General Nogales worked with the Municipality of Nogales and the Tucson Padres, a minor league baseball team from Tucson, Arizona, to hold a baseball clinic for youth league players from Nogales, Sonora.
World Environment Day
On June 5, 2013 Consulate General Nogales joined with private companies, students and Mexican government officials to celebrate World Environment Day. The Consulate’s Green Team provided information on recycling and composting, as well as information on the bilateral Border 2020 initiative.
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Law enforcement trainings
Deputy Consul General, Megan Phaneuf and Nogales Mayor, Ramon Guzman, kicked off the start of a series of trainings the U.S. Consulate General’s Office of Diplomatic Security will give to the Nogales Municipal Police. The series of 6 law enforcement training sessions include the topics of imposters, fraudulent documents and lost and stolen vechiles.
FC Tucson, Nogales Municipality and US Consulate General Nogales hold a soccer clinic with Nogales youth.
Consul Chad P. Cummins, Lic. Ramon Guzman Munoz, Mayor of Nogales, Sonora, Lic. Jaime Gonzalez, Director of Sports in Nogales, Sonora, FC Tucson representatives and local youth pose for a picture prior to the start of the football clinic on May 4th, 2013.
On March 14, Consul Chad P. Cummins chaired the Arizona-Sonora Border Liaison Mechanism meeting in Phoenix, Arizona. Hosted by the U.S. Consulate General in Nogales, Sonora, and the Mexican Consulate in Nogales, Arizona, the meeting served as a forum for U.S. and Mexican authorities to address border issues and strengthen binational cooperation.
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Commerce and Mexican tomato growers and exporters today entered into a new agreement that suspends the antidumping duty investigation of fresh tomatoes from Mexico. U.S. Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Import Administration Paul Piquado signed the agreement on behalf of the Department of Commerce.
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U.S. Consulate General Nogales
Normal business hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. except U.S. and Mexican Holidays.
Emergencies during normal business hours:
From Mexico, dial (631) 311-8150
From U.S., dial +52 (631) 311-8150
After hours emergencies dealing with American Citizens:
From Mexico, 1 (631) 318-0723
From U.S., dial +52 1 (631) 318-0723
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