Firstly, Mexico has a bevy of beautiful places to visit. Secondly, we know that vacations are very important to everyone’s life. Thirdly, you should know certain key information before going. So, we’ve made this consulate directory below to get you ready for your next trip to Mexico. 

That’s because we exist to make any insurance process as easy for you as we can. So, before you travel, it’s key to know the things below. But, if you do have more questions, you can find information on how to contact us at the bottom of this page. 

A vacation should be free of stress, and we want to keep it that way. Therefore, keep reading to learn more about this and more helpful topics. We’ve even included some interesting trivia regarding each of the iconic locations.

Consulate Directory

Most importantly, this is a good tool for any trip to Mexico. In other words, check out the consulates listed below to inform yourself before your visit to Mexico. Because it may prepare you for a potential need for one in the future. But, we do have even more information about traveling to Mexico on the menu at the top of this page.

American Embassy in Mexico City, Mexico

Paseo de la Reforma No.305

Col. Cuauhtemoc

06500 Mexico, D.F

Phone in Mexico: (01-55) 5080-2000

Phone from the US: 011-52-55-5080-2000


Email: [email protected]

Trivia: The James Bond movie Spectre filmed here, in addition to many lavish locations. Of course, the film didn’t shoot here without using it for an epic action scene. Spectre shot on location during the city’s Day of the Dead parade for a huge chase involving an insane helicopter stunt.

Consular Agency of United States in Acapulco, Mexico

Hotel Acapulco Continental

Costera M. Aleman 121 – office 14

Acapulco, Gro. 39670

Phone from the US: 011-52-744-469-0556

Email: [email protected]

Trivia: Rambo: First Blood Part II shot key scenes here.

Consular Agency of United States in Cancun, Mexico

Segundo Nivel No. 320-323

Plaza Caracol Dos, Blvd. Kukulkan

Zona Hotelera (Hotel Zone)

Apdo. Postal 862

Cancun, Q.R. 77500, Mexico

Phone from the US: 011-52-998-883-0272

Fax: (52) (998) 883-1373

Email: [email protected] or [email protected]

American Consulate in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico

Av. Lopez Mateos 924 Nte.

C.P: 32310 Ciudad Juarez, Chih Mexico

Phone from the US: 011-52-656-611-3000

Fax: (52) (656) 616-9056


Trivia: Additionally, part of the movie Sicario is set here.

American Consulate in Cozumel, Mexico

‘Villa Mar’ Mall, Offices 8 & 9

Av. 35 Norte no. 650

Cozumel, QR 77600, Mexico

Phone from the US: 011-52-987-872-4574 or 872-4485

Fax: (52) (987) 872-2339          

Email: [email protected] or [email protected]

Trivia: Part of the 1984 Jeff Bridges movie Against All Odds was shot here.

American Consulate in Guadalajara, Mexico

Progreso 175

Sector Juarez

C.P: 44100 Guadalajara, Jalisco

Phone from the US: 011-52-333-825-2998 or 825-2700

Fax from the US: 011-52-333-826-6549

Trivia: Additionally, this city is the birthplace of Guillermo del Toro. Recently, the famous filmmaker won two Oscars for his film The Shape of Water. Before that, he earned two Oscar nominations for his film Pan’s Labyrinth.

American Consulate in Hermosillo, Mexico

Monterrey # 141 entre las calles

Rosales y Galeana

Col. Esqueda, C.P. 83000

Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico

Phone in Mexico: 01-662-289-3500

Phone from the US: 011-52-662-289-3500

Fax: 01-662-217-2578 


American Consulate in Ixtapa, Mexico

Hotel Fontan, Blvd. Ixtapa s/n

40880 Ixtapa, Guerrero

Zihuatanejo, Guerrero 40880

Phone in Mexico: 01-755-553-2100

Phone from the US: 011-52-775-553-2100

Fax: 01-755-553-2772

Email: [email protected] or [email protected]

Trivia: Moreover, the 1987 film Hot Pursuit shot scenes in and around this beautiful resort town. Additionally, this movie features Ben Stiller’s first starring role on the big screen. 

American Consulate in Matamoros, Mexico

Calle Primera #2002

Col. Jardin, Matamoros, Tamps, 87330

P.O. Box 9004 Brownsville, Texas 78526

Phone from the US: 011-52-868-812-4402

Fax from the US: 011-52-868-812-2171


American Consulate in Mazatlan, Mexico

Hotel Playa Mazatlan

Playa Gaviotas No. 202

Zona Dorada

Mazatlan, Sinaloa 82110

Phone from the US: 011-52-669-916-5889

Fax from the US: 011-52-669-916-5889

Email: [email protected]

American Consulate in Merida, Mexico

Calle 60 No. 338-K x 29 y 31

Col. Alcala Martin

Merida, Yucatan, Mexico 97050

Phone from the US: 011-52-999-942-5700

Phone in Mexico: 01-999-945-5700

Email: [email protected]

American Consulate in Nogales, Mexico

Calle San Jose s/n

Franccionamiento Los Alamos

C.P. 84065 Nogales Sonora

Phone in Mexico: 01-52-631-313-4820

Fax in Mexico: 01-52-631-313-4652

Email: [email protected]

Trivia: The movie Traffic filmed some scenes here.

Before you travel, read the following information as well. Because you should be up-to-date on all key insurance information prior to going on your trip. That way, you’ll have less time to stress and more time to decompress.

American Immigration: (520) 287-3609

U.S. Customs: (520) 827-1453

American Consulate in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Paradise Plaza

Paseo de los Cocoteros #1

Local #1, Int. #17

Nuevo Vallarta, Nayarit C.p> 63732

Phone from the US: 011-52-322-222-0069

Email: [email protected]

Trivia: Puerto Vallarta can be seen in quite a few movies because of how photogenic it is. For instance, the classic 1987 film Predator shot scenes near Mismaloya. Additionally, the Disney movies Herbie Goes Bananas and Beverly Hills Chihuahua shot scenes around Puerto Vallarta.

American Consulate in Tijuana, Mexico

Ave. Tapachula #96

Colonia Hipodromo, 22420

Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico

Phone from the US: 011-52-664-622-7400

Trivia: Firstly, this city has been the setting for many films. Moreover, it can be seen in movies such as Creed, The Hangover: Part III, and Get the Gringo. The box office hit Titanic also filmed near this city. Specifically, the film was shot in Rosarito.

In conclusion, there are many consulates you can go to while you’re in Mexico. But, our services don’t end here. Therefore, feel free to look through our site to find any further ways we can assist you. Before you go, check out our Resources Page to find further resources that may be useful for your trip.

Your car repair after an accident will depend on who is at fault and the insurance companies involved. One driver will be found at fault after the filing of a claim. Fault determines which insurance company will handle physical damages/injuries. After that, a car inspection will take place.

Not At Fault

If you are not at fault for the accident, the other driver’s insurance company handles covering the car damage. But, they may only pay up to the policy limits. Your underinsured and uninsured policy may have to pick up the rest of the bills. This happens if there is not enough coverage in the policy.

At Fault

If you are at fault, your insurance has to pay for the damages to the other vehicle and any injuries. You may also use your own collision or comprehensive coverage to pay for repairs to your own. Or, you can pay out of pocket to avoid filing a claim and increasing insurance rate premiums. Your insurance company will then hold a car inspection after they determine fault.


A car inspection takes place to look for damages after the filing of an insurance claim and determination of fault. Your car must go through inspection before repairs happen. For the inspection, the insurance company at fault will do one of two things. They will either send a technician out to you or send you to a repair shop.

Car Repair Estimates

The insurance adjuster and repair shop determine the repair costs. After that, the car will go in for repairs. If you are not at fault for the accident, the other driver’s insurance company will pay for a rental. They will do this for the time your car is in the repair shop.


You can pay for the car damages out of pocket and get a refund for the car repairs. However, you could instead choose to have the insurance company pay the auto repair shop themselves.

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