Mexican Embassies and Consulates

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Mexico (Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores) is responsible for Mexico’s foreign affairs.


Mexico currently has:


The person in charge of Mexico’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs is called ‘Secretary of Foreign Affairs’. The current Secretary of Foreign Affairs is Patricia Espinosa Cantellano. Within the Ministry of Foreign Relations, Mexico has divided its Ministry by regions and multilateral affairs:

  • Subsecretary de Foreign Relations
  • Subsecretary for Latin America and the Caribbean
  • Subsecretary for North America
  • Subsecretary for Multilateral Affairs and Human Rights
  • The Ministry also has a diplomatic school called the Institute Matias Romero (Instituto Matías Romero).



Mexico’s foreign service started in 1822, the year after the signing of the Treaty of Cordoba which marked the beginning of Mexico’s Independence. In 1833, legislation was passed that underpinned the establishment of diplomatic representations with other states in Europe and America. Today Mexico has a significant worldwide presence, including 47 consulates in the United States alone, no other country has that many consulates in any one country. Listed below are Mexico’s embassies and consulates-general (excluding honorary consulates).


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Mexican Consulates in the United States and Canada


* Austria
o Vienna (Embassy)

* Belgium
o Brussels (Embassy)

* Czech Republic
o Prague (Embassy)

* Denmark
o Copenhagen (Embassy)
Strandvejen 64E
2900 Hellerup
Copenhagen, Denmark

Phone: 39 29 57 44

* Finland
o Helsinki (Embassy)

* France
o Paris (Embassy)
o Strasbourg (Consulate Annex)

* Germany
o Berlin (Embassy)
Klingelhöferstr. 3
10785 Berlín

Phone: 030 – 2693230

o Frankfurt (Consulate-General)

* Greece
o Athens (Embassy)

* Holy See
o Vatican City (Embassy)

* Hungary
o Budapest (Embassy)

* Ireland
o Dublin (Embassy)

* Italy
o Rome (Embassy)
via Lazzaro Spallanzani,
16 – 00161 Roma

Phone: 06.441151

o Milan (Consulate-General)

* Netherlands
o The Hague (Embassy)
Burgemeester Patijnlaan 1930
2585cb La Haya, Países Bajos

Phone: (31-70)3602900

* Poland
o Warsaw (Embassy)

* Portugal
o Lisbon (Embassy)

* Romania
o Bucharest (Embassy)

* Russia
o Moscow (Embassy)

* Serbia
o Belgrade (Embassy)

* Spain
o Madrid (Embassy)
o Barcelona (Consulate-General)

* Sweden
o Stockholm (Embassy)

* Switzerland
o Bern (Embassy)

* Ukraine
o Kiev (Embassy)

* United Kingdom
o London (Embassy)
8 Halkin St.
London SW1X 7DW

Phone: 44 (+0)20 7235 6393

North America

* Belize
o Belmopan (Embassy)

Phone: 02-30193

* Canada
o Ottawa (Embassy)
45 O’Connor St., Suite 1500 Ottawa
Ontario, Canada K1P 1A4

Phone: (613) 233-8988 / 233-9272 / 233-9917/ 233-0710/ 233-1011/ 233-6665
Fax: (613) 235-9123

o Montreal (Consulate-General)
o Toronto (Consulate-General)
o Vancouver (Consulate-General)
o Calgary (Consulate Annex)
o Leamington (Consulate Annex)

* Costa Rica
o San José (Embassy)

* Cuba
o Havana (Embassy)

* Dominican Republic
o Santo Domingo (Embassy)

* El Salvador
o San Salvador (Embassy)
Calle Circunvalación y Pasaje 12
Col. San Benito, San Salvador
El Salvador

Phone: (503) 243.34.58
Fax: (503) 243.04.37

* Guatemala
o Guatemala City (Embassy)
o Quetzaltenango (Consulate)
o Tecún Umán (Consulate)

* Haiti
o Port-au-Prince (Embassy)

* Honduras
o Tegucigalpa (Embassy)
Avenida República de México
No. 2402, Col. Palmira
Tegucigalpa, M.D.C.
769, Tegucigalpa

Phone: (504) 232-0141

o San Pedro Sula (Consulate)

* Jamaica
o Kingston (Embassy)

* Nicaragua
o Managua (Embassy)

* Panama
o Panama City (Embassy)

* Saint Lucia
o Castries (Embassy)

* Trinidad and Tobago
o Port of Spain (Embassy)

* United States
o Washington, D.C. (Embassy)
1911 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington DC 20006

Phone: (202) 728-1600

o Atlanta (Consulate-General)
o Austin (Consulate-General)
o Boston (Consulate-General)
o Chicago (Consulate-General)
o Dallas (Consulate-General)
o Denver (Consulate-General)
o El Paso (Consulate-General)
o Houston (Consulate-General)
o Laredo (Consulate-General)
o Los Angeles (Consulate-General)
o Miami (Consulate-General)
o New York (Consulate-General)
o Nogales (Consulate-General)
o Phoenix (Consulate-General)
o Sacramento (Consulate-General)
o San Antonio (Consulate-General)
o San Diego (Consulate-General)
o San Francisco (Consulate-General)
o San José (Consulate-General)
o San Juan (Consulate-General)
o Albuquerque (Consulate)
o Brownsville (Consulate)
o Calexico (Consulate)
o Del Rio (Consulate)
o Detroit (Consulate)
o Douglas (Consulate)
o Eagle Pass (Consulate)
o Fresno (Consulate)
o Indianapolis (Consulate)
o Kansas City (Consulate)
o Las Vegas (Consulate)
o Little Rock (Consulate)
o McAllen (Consulate)
o Omaha (Consulate)
o Orlando (Consulate)
o Oxnard (Consulate)
o Philadelphia (Consulate)
o Portland (Consulate)
o Presidio (Consulate)
o Raleigh (Consulate)
o Saint Paul (Consulate)
o Salt Lake City (Consulate)
o San Bernardino (Consulate)
o Santa Ana (Consulate)
o Seattle (Consulate)
o Tucson (Consulate)
o Yuma (Consulate)

South America

* Argentina
o Buenos Aires (Embassy)

* Bolivia
o La Paz (Embassy)

* Brazil
o Brasília (Embassy)
o Rio de Janeiro (Consulate-General)
o São Paulo (Consulate-General)

* Chile
o Santiago (Embassy)

* Colombia
o Bogotá (Embassy)

* Ecuador
o Quito (Embassy)
o Guayaquil (Consulate)

* Paraguay
o Asunción (Embassy)

* Peru
o Lima (Embassy)

* Uruguay
o Montevideo (Embassy)

* Venezuela
o Caracas (Embassy)

Middle East

* Iran
o Tehran (Embassy)

* Israel
o Tel Aviv (Embassy)
25 Hamered St.
Tel-Aviv 68125

Phone: +972-3-5163938

* Lebanon
o Beirut (Embassy)

Phone: (961-4) 418-870

* Palestine
o Ramallah (Representative Office)

* Saudi Arabia
o Riyadh (Embassy)

* Turkey
o Ankara (Embassy)


* Algeria
o Algiers (Embassy)

* Egypt
o Cairo (Embassy)

* Ethiopia
o Addis Ababa (Embassy)

* Kenya
o Nairobi (Embassy)

* Morocco
o Rabat (Embassy)

* South Africa
o Pretoria (Embassy)


* China
o Beijing (Embassy)
o Hong Kong (Consulate-General)
o Shanghai (Consulate-General)
o Guangzhou (Consulate)

* India
o New Delhi (Embassy)

* Indonesia
o Jakarta (Embassy)

* Japan
o Tokyo (Embassy)
2-15-1 Nagata-cho, Chiyoda-ku
Tokyo 100-0014, Japan

Phone: +(81-3) 3581-1131/5

* Flag of South Korea Republic of Korea
o Seoul (Embassy)
33-6 Hannam-dong, Yongsan-ku
Seoul 140-210
Korea (Republic)

Phone: 798-1694

* Malaysia
o Kuala Lumpur (Embassy)
Menara Tan & Tan, 22nd Floor
207, Jalan Tun Razak
50400 Kuala Lumpur

Phone: +60(3) 2164 6362

* Philippines
o Manila (Embassy)

* Singapore
o Singapore (Embassy)
152 Beach Road #06-07/08
Gateway East

Phone: (65) 298 2678

* Taiwan
o Taipei (Mexican Trade Office)

* Thailand
o Bangkok (Embassy)

* Vietnam
o Hanoi (Embassy)


* Australia
o Canberra (Embassy)

* New Zealand
o Wellington (Embassy)

Multilateral Organisations

o Addis Ababa (Permanent Observer to the African Union)
o Brussels (Mission to the European Union)
o Geneva (Permanent Missions to the United Nations and other International Organizations)
o Montevideo (Permanent Mission to ALADI and Permanent Observer to MERCOSUR)
o Nairobi (Permanent Mission to the United Nations and other International Organizations)
o New York (Permanent Mission to the United Nations)
o Paris (Permanent Missions to OECD and UNESCO)
o Rome (Permanent Mission to FAO)
o Vienna (Permanent Mission to the United Nations)
o Washington DC (Permanent Mission to the OAS)



  1. Dear Sir/Madam,
    I would like to know how someone can get a Mexican Visa from Haiti. In other words, what are the conditions to get a Mexican Visa.
    Thank’s in advance for your response,


    Frantz D’haiti.

  2. Dear Sir/Madam
    I am an Iranian national, (65 years old, holder of a permanent position, ) and have been invited to visit Mexico during the month of August 2008. I would like to know what are the requirements for me to receive a tourist visa.
    Thank you so much for your cooperation.
    Goli Emami

  3. This man was leaving Georgia, to Mexico that day. At noon, he had a car accident. He is still hospitalized. He is paralyzed from the waist down, but when the accident first happened, the hospital looked through his cell phone and started calling numbers. They finally got in touch with his wife in Mexico. They sent a letter to the Homeland security requesting to please allow this woman to come down to Georgia because it was matter of life and death that her husband had been in a bad car accident. ICE gave her a 15- 20 day emergency Visa. The hospital applied for an extension I539 with a waiver for the $300. We have not received an answer. Though the man can now move his arms and is now out of the coma, and they both want to go through Houston, Texas to see if someone or some organization can help him get equipment needed. Hes paralyzed from the waist down, some brain damage, and has to be taken care of like a baby. Now a nosy interpreter called the Mexican Consulate. The Mexican consulate in turn, called her, the wife, telling her that she would have to sign some papers for the attorney to take over the case and the wife does not want to do that, the wife wants no help from the Mexican Consulate, but they are saying that whether she likes it or not, they are going to put her on a plane, with her husband, back to Mexico. Can they do that against her will? Thank you

  4. Dear sir/madame

    My husband is in Ghana, he is a citizen of Burkina faso. There is no Mexican consulate or embassy near there. What can he do to apply for a tourist visa to Mexico??

    Thank you

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