The U.S. consulate general in Guadalajara will resume limited appointments for some routine passport, citizenship and notarial services, as of October 20.
“Passport, citizenship, and notary appointment availability will be strictly limited due to physical distancing requirements in our offices and public waiting rooms,” a State Department press release reads. All visitors age two and older must wear a mask.
Each applicant requires their own appointment, which may be subject to change and cancellation based on local health conditions, the missive says.
At this time, the consular agency in Puerto Vallarta is only able to provide emergency services.