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Traveling to Ciudad Juarez to go to consulate

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Traveling to Ciudad Juarez to go to consulate

Can someone help me figure out the easiest way to get to juarez? we are planning a trip to juarez to go to the consulate. Would it be easier to arrive at el paso airport or ciudad juarez airport?? which airport is closer to consulate??? and if we arrive to el paso airport how far and how do we get there??? i appreciate if anyone can help me.

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1. Re: Traveling to Ciudad Juarez to go to consulate

I would suggest that you call the consulate and ask. Their contacts are listed under the US State Dept. I suspect that you will fly to El Paso rather than Juarez. Flights to Juarez appear to go through Mexico City.

Another reason to call the consulate is to get a resaonable idea of how much time will be required. If you are going for visa stamping or processing, the actual time people have spent at the consulates in Sonora at Hermosillo and Nogales has been much longer than what their webt sites state. I have no idea if it is the same in Juarez.

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2. Re: Traveling to Ciudad Juarez to go to consulate

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