Contracting Opportunities

To All Sales Representatives/Vendors/Contractors In Nogales México and Northern Sonora

Small, medium and large companies: for those of you who are responsible offerors, with permits and licenses to do business in Mexico and interested in offering your services, supplies and/or goods/items to the U.S. Embassy in Mexico, please submit your DUNS number (see below), name, title, company name, complete address, telephone number, cell phone number, email address and a brief description of the services, supplies and/or goods/items your company is offering.  Also, if available, please provide a link to your company’s website.  Send this information to the following email address: NogalesProcurement@state.gov

Interested companies must obtain a “Contractor Identification Number” and register in the “Data Universal Numbering System” (DUNS) at their website

 

In order to provide U.S. citizens with a reference of attorneys within the Nogales Consular District, the Consulate has prepared the following Attorneys List.The Consulate, however, does not endorse any particular attorney. The Consulate does not assume any responsibility for the professional ability or integrity of the attorneys in the list.  All information, including the ability to speak English was supplied by each attorney. Keep in mind that fees may vary greatly depending on the attorney selected and type of service provided. The Consulate does not assume any financial responsibility for services rendered, all legal expenses will rest on the U.S. citizen.

Mexican law provides that a public defender be available at no charge for those who cannot afford or who choose not to retain a private attorney.

In Mexico, the title Licenciado (abbreviated Lic.) is used to indicate an attorney is licensed to practice law. The terms Despacho and Bufete refer to a law office or firm.

You may view and print the list of attorneys (PDF – 367KB).

In order to provide American citizens in medical emergencies with a reference of physicians within the Nogales Consular District, the Consulate has prepared the following Doctors List. The Consulate, however, does not endorse any particular physician. The Consulate does not assume any responsibility for the professional ability or integrity of the doctors in the list. All information, including the ability to speak English was supplied by each doctor. Keep in mind that fees may vary greatly depending on the doctor and type of service provided.  The Consulate does not assume any financial responsibility for services rendered, all medical expenses will rest on the American citizen.  

You may view and print the Doctors List (PDF 164KB).

All Nogales U.S. Consulate visitors and their personal belongings must pass through security screening before entering into the building.  For reasons of safety and security, visitors may not bring these prohibited items into the U.S Consulate in Nogales:

-Telephones and other electronic devices
-Headphones
-Media devices such as CD’s, thumb drives, SD cards, etc.
-Cameras or video equipment
-Flashlights
-Lighters
-Weapons or any item which can be used as a weapon
-Knives
-Purses and bags larger than 18” x 18”

The following items are permitted:

-Small quantities of make-up
-Small quantities of baby formula, baby food, milk
-Small quantities of diapers
-Belts
-Watches
-Keys
-Non-liquid medication
-Baby Carriers and baby strollers that can be folded small enough to pass through an x-ray machine

These lists are not all inclusive and security officials reserve the right to deny entry of items determined to be unsafe or a threat to security.