Los Cabos (often called simply "Cabo") is actually two different towns...Cabo San Lucas, and San Jose del Cabo, Mexico.

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canadian and u.s. consultates in las cabos, MExico:

 

 

Your Canadian or United States Consulate in Los Cabos can assist in passport and immigration problems, and help in times of serious emergencies here or ‘back home’. They have VERY limited ability to assist should you find yourself in serious trouble with the law! The law in Mexico is based on Napoleonic Code, which basically says you are guilty until proven otherwise. Best Advice: Do NOT get into trouble with the law in Cabo!

 

Canadian Consulate:
2nd floor, Plaza José Green (Banamex), Blvd. Mijares, San José del Cabo.

Ph: 142-4333

Email: loscabos@canada.org.mx;

Open Monday-Friday, 9am – 1pm.

Ms. Peggy Dillman.

 

United States Consulate:
Consular Agent in Cabo San Lucas
(An extension of the Consulate in Tijuana)

Blvd. Marina Local C-4, Plaza Nautica, Centro, Cabo San Lucas (next to HSBC Bank)
Open Monday-Friday, 9am - 2pm

Phone: (624) 143-3566, Fax: (624) 143-6750
24-hour emergency service at (619) 692-2154

E-Mail: usconsulcabo@hotmail.com

Consular Agent: Michael J. Houston

 

 

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