Return Your FPCA or Ballot

(Drop Off, Mail, Or Courier Your Election Materials)

All envelopes MUST include complete Recipient Address, Home Return Address, and Prepaid Postage.

Drop-off Your Election Material At A Secure ABS VOTER DROP BOX.

The ABS has set up drop boxes at the following Mexico City locations:

Col. Lomas de Chapultepec

Union Church

Av. Paseo de la Reforma 1870

View Map

Mon-Sat

9:00am-5:00pm

Aguilas Bajas

Contact Us For Address 

voterhelp@absmex.org

Mon-Sun

8:00am-8:00pm

La Herradura

Contact Us For Address 

voterhelp@absmex.org

Mon-Fri

9:00am-9:00pm

San Angel Inn

Contact Us For Address 

voterhelp@absmex.org

Mon-Fri

9:00am-9:00pm

Colonia Juarez

The ABS Office

Londres 241

View Map

 

Mon-Fri

9:00am-5:00pm

All election material must have recipient address, return home address, and  prepaid postage stamp envelopes  or bear sufficient postage in order to placed in the diplomatic pouch. USE A GLUE STICK, NOT STAPLES OR ADHESIVE TAPE WHEN AFFIXING THE PREPAID POSTAGE TO YOUR ENVELOPES.

Mail Or Overnight Your Election Materials To The Embassy:

 

Due to Covid-19, the US Embassy in Mexico City is not accepting in-person drop off of election material at this time.

 

The Embassy is ONLY accepting voter registration, ballot request forms (FPCAs), and state primary ballots by mail or overnight express service like FedEx, UPS, Estafeta, or DHL. You can mail or overnight your election materials to the US Embassy for forwarding to the US via diplomatic pouch. All election material must have prepaid postage stamp envelopes or bear sufficient postage in order to placed in the diplomatic pouch.

Instructions for sending your paper voting materials to the US Embassy:

  • You will need two envelopes.

  • Address the first envelope to:

       American Citizens Services, Room 101

       Voting Assistance Officer

       US Embassy Mexico City

       Paseo de la Reforma 305

       Colonia Cuauhtemoc

       06500 Mexico, CDMX

  • Seal your election materials inside the second envelope, addressed to your local election office. The second envelope needs to be postage-paid or to bear sufficient US postage in order for it to be delivered to your local state election office from the U.S. sorting facility where it will be mailed. Seal the second envelope, place it inside the first envelope, and mail them to the US Embassy.

  • A US prepaid postage stamp envelopes for your ballot is available at https://www.fvap.gov/uploads/FVAP/Forms/fpca_envelope.pdf. Once you have printed  the prepaid postage, you must glue it to your second envelope. USE A GLUE STICK, NOT STAPLES OR ADHESIVE TAPE WHEN AFFIXING THE PREPAID POSTAGE TO YOUR ENVELOPES.

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To be notified when the embassy resumes in-person drop-off of voting materials, make sure you are subscribe to our email distribution list:

States That Do Not Allow Fully-electronic Registration

 

If you vote in one of the following states, you cannot fully register to vote electronically (online, email, or fax):

Alaska, Arkansas, Connecticut, Florida, Idaho, Maryland, New York, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Wyoming and Wisconsin (not highlighted on map).

  ATTENTION: IF YOU VOTE IN ONE OF THE STATES INDICATED BELOW.

 DUE TO THE UNRELIABILITY OF INTERNATIONAL  MAIL, WE RECOMMEND THAT YOU ACT NOW TO REGISTER !!  

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