Consul - Consulado

Consulates Responsibilities 

One of the biggest service that a Consulate provide to is to protect the interests and welfare of citizens temporarily or permanently living in the foreign country where the consulate works. 

Consulates also issue passports and visas, Moreover, that is not their primary obligation.            

Their function goes much further than that. A consul is there to assist companies to invest in the country for which they work, encourage the importing and exporting of products and services between the two countries.             

Consulates may also legalize and notarize documents. Ironically, and contrary to what you may have seen in the movies, consuls are not usually granted diplomatic immunity.

Their function is also to work close in-hand with the designated Ambassador.


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Ambassadors An Ambassador serves as head of a diplomatic mission. A Resident Ambassador lives within the country to which they are assigned.

A Non-Resident Ambassador does not live in the country where they are assigned to work, but lives in a nearby country.

It is possible that a resident ambassador to a country might also be a non-resident ambassador to one or more other countries. 

Additionally, to the responsibilities of both the Consulate and Ambassador they both work in the field of politics and commercialism for the good of their, country. The embassy is involved in negotiating, analyzing and reporting on political and economic developments. 

The ambassador builds up a network of contacts and takes care of the practical arrangements for state and ministerial visits.

The Embassy also briefs journalists and promotes their country's image by monitoring the international media coverage and international politics relating to their particular country.

These positions are usually political
appointees, usually appointed by their president resident.

Tourist Requirements

Citizens of the United States, Western Europe, Canada, Argentina, and Chile are not required to have a visa and are issued a tourist visa on arrival in Honduras.

Authorities are currently granting 90-day visas, and any extensions (30 more days are available) must be taken care of at the immigration office in Tegucigalpa.

Citizens of all other countries are required to obtain visas before entering Honduras. Cost usually depends on what that country charges Hondurans for visas.

Sometimes it’s free, and sometimes it can cost up to US$20.
Tourists are granted a 90-day visa upon entry. One 30-day renewal is allowed, for a US$20 fee.

Renewals can no longer be processed at the immigration offices across the country but must be submitted in Tegucigalpa.

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 You should be able to get the form at least at the migración office in most large cities. The immigration office in Tegucigalpa is on the anillo pereférico, opposite the UTH (Universidad Tecnico de Honduras).

Sometimes you may be asked to get a certain amount of timbre stamps, available at a local bank, as payment, and you will need to leave your passport for 1–3 days.

The fine for overstaying a visa is calculated at immigration upon exiting the country; airport officials are accustomed to doing this, and no one else seems to be able to say in advance how much it will be.

One report is that there is a US$32 fine for the first month and 20 percent of the minimum salary (US$290) for each additional month. Others have been charged more.

Foreigners are required to carry their passports with them at all times, but rarely if ever will it be checked. Be sure to keep photocopies in your hotel room or, better still, just carry the photocopies


Generally speaking, Honduran society features customs and traditions similar to those in other countries in the region.

Family is of paramount importance, although marriages are often informal due to the expense of weddings and the scarcity of priests.


The majority of Hondurans are Catholic, though not necessarily strict ones. When traveling in Honduras, don’t plan on being in a hurry to get anywhere.

Things happen at a leisurely pace, and no one rushes. Trying to pressure people to act with haste will get little result other than stress. Take it easy.

Hondurans are fairly laid-back about clothes in general, but wearing shorts will certainly draw some odd looks in rural villages in the interior. Generally, beachwear should be left to the north coast and the Bay Islands.

Public nudity, including swimming naked, is illegal in Honduras (although Paya Bay resort on Roatan has “naturalist” weeks on its private beaches).

The litter level in Honduras is disturbingly high. Don’t be surprised to see locals toss garbage on the street or out the bus window.




Address: Av. J. M. Medina 417,
Colonia Rubén Dario
(Apto. Post 3208) Tegucigalpa

Fax: 504 231-0376
Tel: [504] 232 -3376, 3274, 4543

Ave. La Paz # 2326
Edif. Plaza del Sol 2do piso,
Tegucigalpa, Honduras
Telefax: 236-7680

Belgium – Bélgica
Edificio Banco Atlántida, 3er piso
Boulevard Centro América, Tegucigalpa
Tel: 504] 232-1050/3954, 232-1742 Fax: [504] 231-1974

Aseguradora Hondureña
Edif.. El Planetario 4to Piso
Lomas del Guijarro Sur, Tegucigalpa
Tels: 239-7248 / 232-2729

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Col. Palmira, Área Comercial del
Hotel Honduras Maya, Tegucigalpa
Tel: 504) 238-4616/4617
Fax: 504) 238-4617

Col. Palmira, Avenida República
de Brasil 2301, Apartado Postal: 341, Tegucigalpa, M.D.C.
Tel. :(504) 221-4432/0705,
Fax: (504) 236-5873

Centro Financiero UNO, 3er. piso Blvd. San Juan Bosco, Col. Payaquí, Tegucigalpa
Tel: (504) 232-4551 / 6799

Fax: (504) 239-7767

11 y 12 Calle "B", 24 Avenida "B",
Col. Trejo, San Pedro Sula
Tel: [504] 556-8490, 556-5875
Emergency Tel.: [504] 390-9595/ 6688; 556-5130

Fax: [504] 556-5802

China / Taiwán
Colonia Lomas del Guijarros,
Calle Eucaliptos #
3750, Tegucigalpa
Tel: [504] 239-5837
Emergency Tel.: [504] 9978-0042, /239-7417

Fax: [504)] 232-5103

Col. El Guijarro Sur,
Cll. Oslo No 442
Tegucigalpa M.D.C.
Tel / Fax: (504) 235-6183

Costa Rica
Residencial El Triángulo,
1ra. cll. No. 3451
Tegucigalpa, M.D.C.
Tel: 504-232-1768
Fax: 504-232-1054

Edif. Palmira, 3er. piso, Módulo H, fte. al Hotel Honduras Maya Tegucigalpa

Fax: (504) 239-9324
Tel: (504) 232-5131, 239-9709

Col. Tepeyac, Cll, Luis Bográn Casa No 1201, atrás de Casa Mexicana, Tegucigalpa, M.D.C.
Tel. (504) 239-3778/4045

Fax (504) 235-7624

Denmark – Dinamarca
Edificio La Paz # 206,
2 piso final Blvd. los Próceres,
2½ cuadras arriba Hospital San Felipe, Tegucigalpa

Fax: [504] 236-8443
Phone: [504] 236-6407,
236-6482, 236-6491/6645

Dominican Republic /
Rep. Dominicana
Col. Miramontes, Edif. Continental, 1er.Piso, Local No. 21, Tegucigalpa
Tel: (504) 239-5969/ 0130
Fax: (504) 239-1594

Col. Lomas del Casta-o Sur
Contiguo a Catholic Relief Service
Sendero Senecio, Bloque F No.2968
Tegucigalpa, M.D.C.

Fax: (504) 221-1049
Tel: (504) 221-6613 / 4906

España / Spain
Col. Matamoros, Cll. Santander
# 801, Tegucigalpa, Honduras
Tel: (504) 236-6589

Fax: (504) 236-8682


Finland – Finlandia
Final Ave. Los Próceres, Frente a la Compañía Distribuidora
PO Box 152 Tegucigalpa
Phone: 504-236-7322

Fax: 504-236-6740


France – Francia
337 Avenida Juan Lindo
Colonia Palmira - AP 3441, Tegucigalpa
Tel: [504] 236-6800/5583/6432
Fax: [504] 236-8051, 221-3578

Grecia - Greece
Colonia Lomas del Guijarro
Tegucigalpa, Honduras
Tel: 239-7355
Fax: 234-1418

Germany - Alemania
Edif. Paysen, 3er piso Blvd. Morazán, Tegucigalpa, M.D.C.
Tel: (504) 232-3161
Fax: (504) 239-9018

Col. Lomas del Guijarro, Cll. Alfonso XII fte. a oficinas de OIRSA, Tegucigalpa, M.D.C.
Tel: (504) 232-5018/ 231-1543/ 235-6696 Fax: (504) 232-1580


Japan - Japón
Col. San Carlos entre 4ta. Ave.,
y 5ta. cll. atrás de Supermercado
La Colonia, Blvd. Morazán, Tegucigalpa, M.D.C.
Tel: (504) 236-6828 / 5511
Fax: (504) 236-6100 / 6110
Embassy of Japan in Honduras

Hungria - Hungary
Joyería Handal’s 2do Piso
Avenida Colon #523, Tegucigalpa
Tels: 220-4700 Ext 109

Fax: 220 5426

Colonia Palmira, Ave. Republica de Argentina # 257,
Tegucigalpa, Honduras
Tels: 232- 0776 /2809

Fax: 231-1874

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Edificio Domeinter
Final Ave. Los Próceres, Tegucigalpa
Tels: 221-5080 / 236-5665
Fax: 236 9113

Italy – Italia
Av. Tierno Galván - Colonia Monte Carlo, Apartado Postal U-9093, Tegucigalpa
Tel: [504-236-5519/239-5026/5396
Fax: [504] 236-5659 /239-5737
Embassy of Italy

Gran Bretaña – Great Britain
13 ave. 11 y 12 calle
S.O. # 62 Bo. Suyapa,
San Pedro Sula

Fax: 552-9764

Zona El Cacao, 1 Ave. S.E.
San Pedro Sula
Tel 556-6433 / 8364

Fax 556-6538

Edificio Comercial Los Proceres
Avenida Los Proceres # 3917, Tegucigalpa
Tel: 236-7476 Fax: 236-5826

Jordania - Jordan
Edif.. Comercial Los Proceres
Ave. Los Próceres # 3917, Tegucigalpa
Tel: 236-7476 Fax: 236-5826

Edif. Palmira, 3er. piso, Fte. al
Hotel Honduras Maya,
Tegucigalpa, M.D.C.
Tel: (504) 239-5508

Tel / Fax: (504) 239-8147

Col. Linda Vista, cll. que conduce a la Dowal School No 3301,

Tegucigalpa, M.D.C.
Tel: (504) 236-7994/8345

Fax: (504) 221-4596

Col. Alameda, Ave. Principal, Edif. Festival, contiguo al I.N.A.
Tegucigalpa, M.D.C.
Tel: (504) 232-3834

Fax: (504) 239-6929

Saybe y Asociados
2a Calle, 16 y 17 Ave. #116,
San Pedro Sula
Tel: 557- 2572 /2575

Fax: 557- 8365

Polonia - Poland
Zona El Cacao, 14 Ave. S.E.,
San Pedro Sula, Honduras
Tel: 556-8364 Fax:556-6538

Rusia - Rusia
Colonia 21 de Octubre
Entrada Bo. El Rincón, Tegucigalpa
Tels: 236 8788 /9116

Fax: 236-8438

El Salvador
Col. Altos de Miramontes,
diagonal Agustín, No. 2952
Tegucigalpa, M.D.C.
Tel: (504) 239-7015/7017

Fax: (504) 239-6556

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Switzerland Embassy - Embajada
(Honduras Emb. is Represented in Guatemala) Physical Address: Embajada de Suiza
Edif. Torre Internacional,
16 Calle 0-55, Zona 10, Guatemala
Tel: 0041 31 322 18 56,/ 00502 2 367 5520 Fax: 0041 31 322 18 59 / 00502 2 367 5811
Embajada de Suiza

Tailandia / Thailand
Col. Lara, 3ra. Ave. No. 801
Tegucigalpa, M.D.C., Honduras
Tel: (504) 236-6452
Fax: (504) 236-6468

La Santa Sede / Vaticant
Nunciatura Apostólica, Col. Palmira, Cll. Santa Sede 401

Tegucigalpa, M.D.C., Honduras
Tel: (504) 238-6013, 238-6013
Fax:(504) 238-6257

Suecia / Sweden
Mall El Dorado, 6to. piso
Tegucigalpa, M.D.C., Honduras
Tel: (504) 290-1800
Fax: (504) 290-1810


Col. Rubén Darío, Circuito Choluteca-B, No. 2116
Tegucigalpa, M.D.C., Honduras
Tel: (504) 232-1886 / 1879
Fax: (504) 232-1016

United Kingdom - Inglaterra
British Embassy (Honduras Represented in Guatemala) Edificio Torre Internacional, Nivel 11, 16 Calle 0-55, Zona 10,

Guatemala City
Tel: [502] 2367 5425,6,7,8,9

Fax: [502] 2367 5430
British Embassy in Guatemala City

United Kingdom - Inglaterra
Honorary Consul –Con Honoraria
Tegucigalpa, Honduras
Tel: [504] 237-6577, 0645/0324
Fax: [504] 232-5480

Colonia Miramontes
6ª Calle Placencia # 2359
Tegucigalpa, Honduras
Telefax: 232-4935

United Kingdom - Inglaterra
Honorary Consul–Consul Honoraria
P O Box 20058,

San Pedro Sula, Honduras
Tel: 504-550-2337

Fax: [504] 550-2486

Colonia Lara
6a Avenida #702
Tegucigalpa, Honduras
Telefax 236-8052

Final Avenida Los Proceres
Frente a Cia Distribuidores
Tegucigalpa, Honduras
Tel: 221-0308 Fax: 221-0269


Avenida Villena Morales,
Rente a Ed. Seuz
Tegucigalpa, Honduras
Tel: 221-8213 Fax: 221-8506

Col. Lomas del Guijarro, Ave. Eucalipto No 1001 Antiguo Restaurante Guijarro
Tegucigalpa, M.D.C.

Fax: (504) 232-4719
Tel: (504) 232-0141/6471/4039
Norway - Noruega
Final Blvd. Los Procedes,
fte. a antiguo local de Bodegas Codis, No. 4002 Tegucigalpa
Tel: (504) 236-5665/221-5080
Fax: (504)236-8904/236-9113


United States of América - EEUU
Embassy - Embajada
Avenida La Paz, Tegucigalpa, Honduras
Tel: [504] 236-9320, 238-5114
Fax: [504] 236-9037
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The Netherlands - Holanda
Col Florencia Norte 3era. Ave.,
Casa No. 2315
Tegucigalpa, M.D.C.
Tel: (504) 235-8090/239-0525
Fax: (504) 239-0526
Líbano - Lebanon
Centro Comercial Megaplaza
Salida a La Lima, San Pedro Sula
Tel: 553 1642 Fax: 552-6426
Oficina de Café El Indio
Barrio La Bolsa, Tegucigalpa
Tel: 225-1675 Fax: 225-0115
Edif. Midence Soto,
12 Piso No. 1202
Tegucigalpa, M.D.C.

Fax: (504) 237-0822
Tel: (504) 237-5028, 238-1456
Col. Lomas del Tepeyac B-M-1
Tegucigalpa, M.D.C., Honduras
Tel: (504) 231-1966
Fax: (504) 231-1412
Aparta Hotel Continental 5-41
Colonia Miramontes, Tegucigalpa
Telefax: 235-7502

Honduran Consulates in the USA

Washington Embassy - Embajada
1014 M Street, NW Washington, DC 20001.
Tel.: 202.506.4995 202.506.4996 Fax: 202.525.4004

Estados/States: DC, MD, VA, West VA, Delaware

Miami, FL Consulado - Cónsul
Lic. Lizeth Hawit
7171 Coral Way Suite #311 Miami, FL 33155
Tel. 305.269.3131/9345 /269.9399 Fax: 305.269.9445 Email:

Estados/States: Florida

Atlanta, GA Consulado - Consul
Dra. Cecilia Callejas
6825 Jimmy Carter Blvd. Bldg 1400 Suite 1490,
Norcross, GA 30071
Tel. 770.645.8879 / 770.645.8881 Fax: 770.645.8808

Estados/States: GA, TN, NC, SC

Houston, TX Consulado - Consul
Lic. Vincenzo Balletta
7400 Harwin Dr. Suite 200 Houston, Texas 77036
Tel. 713.785.5625 /5932 Fax: 713.785.5931

Estados/States: TX, New México, OK, Kansas

New York, NY Consulado - Consul
Ing. Francisco Quezada
144 West 37th St., New York, NY, 10018
Tel. 212.714.9451/9452 Fax: 212.714.9453

Estados/States: NY, NJ, New Hampshire, Penn., Conn., Rhode Island, Vermont, Maine, Massachusetts

Chicago, IL Consulado - Consul
Dr. José Erasmo Montalván
4439 W. Fullerton Avenue, Chicago, IL 60639
Tel. 773.342.8281 /8289 Fax: 773.342.8293

Estados/States: IL, OH, Indiana, Michigan, Iowa, Wisconsin, North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota

New Orleans, LA Consulado - Consul
One Canal Place, 365 Canal Street, Suite 1580,
New Orleans, LA 70130
Tel, 504.522.3118 /3119 Fax: 504.523.0544

Estados/States: Louisiana, Mississippi, Arkansas, Alabama, Missouri, Kentucky




Los Ángeles, CA Consulado - Consul
3550 Wilshire Blvd. Ste. 410 Los Ángeles, CA 90010
Tel. 213.383.9244 Fax: 213.383.9306

Estados/States: Nevada, Hawái, CA: San Diego, Riverside, Sta. Bárbara

San Francisco, CA Consulado - Consul
Lic. Francisco Alonso Venegas
870 Market St., Ste. 875 San Francisco, CA 94102
Tel. 415.392.0076 Fax: 415.392.6726

Estados/States: Washington, Wyoming, Idaho, Oregon, Montana, Alaska, CA: San Luis Obispo, Sta. Rosa, Sacramento

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Phoenix, AZ Consulado - Consul
Licda. Nora Isabel Montoya
4040 East McDowell Rd Suite. 305, Phoenix, AZ 85008
Tel. 602.273.0173 602.273.0174 Fax: 602.273.0547

Estados/States: Arizona, Colorado, Utah, Nebraska