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What Documents Do I Need To Come Back Across The Border From Mexico?

Since June 1, 2009 it is required to present a U.S. Passport at every land port for entry, sea and airport of the continental United States in order to re-enter the United States. For more information, please visit the following web site: http://www.getyouhome.gov/html/eng_map.html

What Documents Do I Need To Cross Into Mexico?

For detailed information in English and Spanish, please visit the National Institute for Migration office – http://www.inm.gob.mx/index.php/page/pagina_principal/en.html

Where Can I Find A U.S. Consulate Office While Traveling In Mexico?

To find the nearest U.S. Consulate office, please visit the U.S. Department for State office – http://www.state.gov/p/wha/ci/mx/c3063.htm

Where Can I Find A Mexican Consulate Office While In The United States?

To find the nearest Mexican Consulate office in the U.S., please visit Mexico Secretaria de Relaciones Exteriores office -http://sre.gob.mx/index.php/representaciones/consulados-de-mexico-en-el-exterior

How Can I Expand/Relocate My Business Into Arizona?

For detailed information on how to relocate and/or expand into Arizona, please visit the Arizona Commerce Authority: http://www.azcommerce.com/BusAsst/Expand/

I Am Interested In Doing Business In Mexico, What Process Should I Follow?

For a thorough guide on how to do business in Mexico, please visit the Secretaria de Economia: http://www.promexico.gob.mx

Where Can I Find Information On The Secure Electronic Network For Travelers Rapid Inspection (SENTRI) Program?

For complete details on SENTRI, please visit:
http://www.cbp.gov/travel/trusted-traveler-programs/sentri

Where Can I Find Information On The Free And Secure Trade (FAST) Program?

For complete details on FAST, please visit:
http://www.cbp.gov/travel/trusted-traveler-programs/fast

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water advocatesWhere: Arizona-Sonora
What: AMC Advocates for Water
Pillars: Advocacy
The Central Arizona Project (CAP) was halted by action of the Executive Department of the United States in 1973. This federal reclamation project to supplement water in Arizona had already been authorized. It had funding. It was partially completed. AMC petitioned and urged the President of the United States and the Department of the Interior to reconsider. Construction of the project resumed and was substantially completed in 1994. CAP now manages the single largest renewable water supply in Arizona, serving approximately 1.8 million people in the state.