The primary function of Agriculture Workforce Management Association, Inc. (AWMA) is to provide guidance to its stockholder employers who wish to apply for temporary alien agricultural labor certification for the purpose of employing H2A workers on a temporary or seasonal basis.

"Owned and Managed by Agricultural Employers"

H-2A Application Guidelines

We need your application & payment75 days prior to your date of need.

If you need workers by November 15, we need your application no later than September 1.

If you need workers by December 1, we need your application no later than September 15.

If you need workers by December 15, we need your application not later than October 1.

If you need workers by January 1, we need your application no later than October 15.

If you need workers by January 15, we need your application no later than November 1.

If you need workers by February 1, we need your application no later than November 15.

We can not accept faxed, emailed, or two-sided applications. 
We must have original documents signed in ink!

Changes to Processing H2A Workers at the Consulate since March 25, 2020

Mexican State of Nuevo Leon, where Monterrey consulate is located, has closed all streets surrounding the consulate and most of downtown.  The closures prevent large gathering of people and hotels are affected by the shut-down.
The consulate will process workers NOT requiring an interview and return passports with visas to the processors i.e. Del Al.    

Del Al Mexico has changed their operating procedures:
Working in a parking lot because their office is shut down
Workers WILL NOT go to Monterrey on their appointment date.  They will remain home        and stay in touch with Del Al
The worker will be contacted by Del Al when the consulate has returned the passports          with visas
Del al will call the worker directly to travel to Monterrey, pick up the visa and cross                 immediately.