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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

Comments on this Consulate-General

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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
GBL
Tue, 15 Jul 2014 19:35 EDT
HORRIBLE CUSTOMER SERVICE
You never do get your passport on time. My sister applied for her passport since June 11, it has now been one month since and exactlyfour sdays and still no passport when they told her she'll receive it in a month. We're suppose to travel next week and now we're stuck. I prefer being a American citizen because when they two weeks they stick to their word but Haitian has issues keeping their words. I'm going to do them a big favor and take it to Help me Howard since i work at the court house with Howard.
NAlly
Tue, 1 Jul 2014 11:21 EDT
Miami
Why all your don't go citizen American
Pierre
Tue, 24 Jun 2014 15:41 EDT
No One There
I would love to know why do we have a consulate if it is an empty house because they never answer the phone it just like in Haiti for you to see somebody in a public establishment you have to have "a Parrain" to introduce you. When would we learn to function just like any civilize country. ( Have a receptionist there to answer the phone the consulate is a business that deserve to be treated as suchy
carnuela
Fri, 6 Jun 2014 11:54 EDT
need y passport urgent
I came to the consulate of Haiti in Orlando FL to renew my passport 02 of April/2014 since then it been 2 month that i'm waiting for it still no passport when i call the embassy they did not answer my call when they finally answer it they are extremely rude to me ,i can not understand how can they take my money and give no passport

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