U.S. Consulate General Guadalajara joins the Departments of State and Homeland Security’s global efforts to combat human trafficking. Our work in the Guadalajara consular district focuses on: building sustainable capacity of local governments and civil society to prevent trafficking and protect victims; advancing anti-trafficking policies and legislation; and training U.S. citizens, local law enforcement, and other stakeholders about trafficking risks and prevention.
- Get help
I suspect human trafficking or I am a victim who needs help:
- Llama a 911
- Call Mexico’s Human Trafficking Hotline at 800-5533-000
- Text “INFO” or “HELP” from a US phone to BeFree (233733)
- Call the U.S. National Human Trafficking Hotline at +1-888-373-7888
- Call U.S. Federal Law Enforcement at the Department of Homeland Security at +1-866-347-2423.
- Information for U.S. citizens
- Read our Trafficking in Persons: Information for U.S. Citizens fact sheet
- If you are a victim of a crime, American Citizens Services can help manage the practical consequences of being a crime victim and provide you with information about accessing the local criminal justice system, as well as provide resources for crime victims abroad and in the United States.
- For more information, please contact the American Citizens Services section:
- From Mexico: 55 826 2561
- From the United States: 1-844-528-6611
- American Citizens Services Contact Form
- Information for visa holders
- Temporary workers in the United States have legal rights and protections. See our tips for visa applicants to learn more about these right and how to avoid becoming a victim of human trafficking!
Need more information or interested in partnering with us? Please email: GuadalajaraPTP@state.gov
Please note, we are not a law enforcement agency. Any information collected about potential illegal activity will be forwarded to the agency with jurisdiction.