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Haitian flag Consulate-General of Haiti in Miami

Address259 SW 13th St.
Miami FL 33131
USA
Phonelocal: (305) 859.2003
international: +1.305.859.2003
Faxlocal: (305) 854.7441
international: +1.305.854.7441

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rachelle pierre
Mon, 18 Aug 2014 18:22 EDT
i need help
With my case call me 3052819953
Francois Toussaint
Mon, 11 Aug 2014 14:07 EDT
Passport on Time
Pouki sa nou paka remet passport yo on time or before time.
Pouki sa Haitian toujours late ( en retard nan tout bagaille.
Mwen fet yon Passport depuis 2 mois , mwen paye 15.00 pou delivrery mpaka join passport a.
We are always late in everythings.
John Stephens
Mon, 4 Aug 2014 16:25 EDT
Lakewurst office
Your Lakewurst office that opens once a week for two hours is useful, but why should a person go there twice for one service? Case in point: once a person delivers to the office his notarized form of a "mandat" granted to a representative in Haiti for some use, and paid cash for that mandat", why can't the Consulate mail said "mandate" back to the individual instead of having him make another trip and come back to the office for the Consulate final "mandat" form? Some people may have to travel from far
Ruth M Alexis
Thu, 31 Jul 2014 19:06 EDT
My three year old is stuck in Haiti and they won't help
Very disappointing, after calling the US embassy I was advice to call this office for help, It's crazy how they didn't even care about people situation. My brother pay for my kids to go on summer vacation with my dad who just suffered a stroke and unable to travel now, my mom who has a US visa is blind, airline will only escort the 5 year old not my daughter who is 3 and I don't have any travel document which is why I was looking for help. So thanks to the office my daughter will be stuck there until I'm able to go get her and probably miss school starting in less than 3 weeks.

Bad consulate office, which supposed to help citizens when needed. Extremely dissapointing!
Nixon
Wed, 23 Jul 2014 14:04 EDT
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The office needs a better phone,when someone calling we can't hear very well what the system talking about because the phone is no good ,thank you
Karl
Tue, 22 Jul 2014 05:40 EDT
Noone answers the phones, the Haiti Consulate, is never open in Miami.
I have been trying to get some information from the Miami, FL branch of The Hatian Consulate, for five months now. I have tried calling all different hours, but no answer. I got so disgusted I took my business venture to open a manufacturing business in Haiti,to another Caribbean nation's consulate office &they immediately welcomed my business.
john amos
Fri, 18 Jul 2014 16:53 EDT
they need o improve custumer service its really bad
i dont understand why they are unable to answere questions in a timely
I would love to know why do we have a consulate if it is an empty house
metelus caroline
Fri, 18 Jul 2014 16:50 EDT
they need o improve custumer service its really bad
i dont understand why they are unable to answere questions in a timely matter, we ass hatians need to do something to improve the service over there beacause its bad, do they not get paid to do this, they make its seem like there
doing you a favor
jean metelus
Fri, 18 Jul 2014 16:47 EDT
they need o improve custumer service its really bad
they need to replace some of the people working there, with people thats more willing to do custumer service they dont treat people with respect
naz smith
Fri, 18 Jul 2014 16:25 EDT
they need o improve custumer service its really bad
they so have patience to deal with people

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