The Monterrey Field Office has jurisdiction over U.S. immigration benefits and eligibility activities for the following six Mexican states only: Nuevo Leon, San Luis Potosi, Coahuila, Aguascalientes, Zacatecas, and Tamaulipas.
We are located in downtown Monterrey, also known as the ''centro'', on Avenida Constitucion, which is a major traffic artery/highway. One block north, parallel to Avenida Constitucion is Calle Ocampo, and one block to the west is Calle Aldama. The building directly to the east of the consulate, on Avenida Constitucion, is a fire station.
The office is open to the public Tuesday and Thursday from 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM. The office is closed on Mexican and American holidays.
For General inquiries in Spanish or English,
011-52-81-8047-3143 and 202-370-6463
(from the US)
(From within Mexico)
(From within Monterrey)
For specific case inquiries, a fax is preferable
If you need to meet with a specific officer, please call the office and schedule an appointment.
Walk-in inquiries are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.
Taxi service is available. Due to heavy traffic congestion in the area, and to very limited parking availability, it is recommended that you travel by taxicab to and from the consulate.
Fees for applications and petitions are listed in the Forms section of the USCIS website. The fees for all applications and petitions submitted to this office must be paid with either Mexican Pesos, U.S. dollars, U.S. Postal Money Orders or credit card (Visa and Mastercard). Personal checks are not accepted. Fees should be paid to the cashier in the Department of State's Consular Section.
Immigration forms are available under the Forms section of the USCIS website.
For in-depth information about visas, please check the Visa Services section of the U.S. Department of State website.
U.S. Citizens that reside in Mexico that are in possession of a Mexico Migration Form 2 or 3 (FM2/FM3) may file a petition for Alien Relative (Form I-130) by visiting our office or by mail.
U.S. immigration offices overseas do not accept or process Naturalization applications from U.S. Lawful Permanent Residents (LPRs) that live overseas. See the Citizenship section of the USCIS Website for Naturalization eligibility criteria and proper filing procedures.
The Monterrey Field Office does not issue Humanitarian Parole. Individuals must apply for Humanitarian Parole by submitting their applications to:
For US Postal Service (USPS) Deliveries:USCIS Dallas Lockbox
For Express mail and courier deliveries:USCIS
Instructions on how to file an application for Humanitarian Parole are located on Form I-131 and in the Humanitarian Parole Section of the USCIS Website.
The Monterrey Field Office does not issue or extend Re-Entry permits. To find instructions on how to obtain or replace a Re-entry permit see the How Do I Get A Travel Document section of the USCIS website.
The Monterrey Field Office does not issue transportation boarding letters. The Department of State's U.S. Citizen Services at the Consulate will assist U.S. citizens. Upon returning to the United States, Lawful Permanent Residents and all others are directed to present themselves to a U.S. immigration officer, for inspection, at the nearest Port of Entry.