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Mexican flag Consulate-General of Mexico in Boston

Address55 Franklin Street
Boston, MA 02110
USA
Phonelocal: (617) 426.4181
international: +1.617.426.4181
Faxlocal: (617) 695.1957
international: +1.617.695.1957
Emailcmxboston@sre.gob.mx
Web sitehttp://www.sre.gob.mx/boston

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Comments on this Consulate-General

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lizethramirez
Mon, 24 Feb 2014 09:31 EST
como puedo optener mi pasaporte aser una cita o como por que estoy un poco mal iformada es mi primer pasaporte que quiero sacar
Clint Rhoden
Tue, 4 Feb 2014 15:27 EST
Weekend in Cancun
I would like information on entrance into Mexico, I am an American citizen with very old felony charges on my record. Am I allowed entrance into Cancun for a company retreat?
James Friedlander
Thu, 24 Oct 2013 17:03 EDT
I was divorced in 1969 at Ciudad Juarez in the State of Chihuahua. Now I need an
official copy of the decree with a raised seal. How does one go about to get one; and what is the normal cost. How does one transfer the funds?
Jill Fessenden
Fri, 27 Sep 2013 17:24 EDT
temporary residence
I am an inmigrado living in Ajijic, Mexico. It is necessary that I bring my 94 year old mother to Mexico. She is now living in Topsham, Maine and I hope to bring her here in January of 2014. I need to get her a temporary residence permit for Mexico. She is unable to climb the stairs of the offices in Guadalajara after her arrival. I would like to apply for her temporary residence now from Maine. Please inform me of the procedures.
Thank you. Jill Fessenden
Aldama #3B
Ajijic, Jalisco
376 7663703
xxfessenden@yahoo.com
Dr. Ignacio Gomez
Fri, 13 Sep 2013 08:41 EDT
September 15th celebrations
Please inform me time and place of the GRITO celebration by the Mexican Consulate in Boston on the night of Sept.15th. I am a Mexican Citizen...THANKS
Fact
Fri, 6 Sep 2013 12:12 EDT
@Mac
If you could kindly stop sponsoring warlords by buying marijuana from them, then they would not have enough money to buy better equipment than most modern armies, including yours.
Thank you. Sincerely, an educated & informed person.
Edenir
Sun, 1 Sep 2013 18:31 EDT
Brazilian going to Mexico
I'm Brazilian but I live in Boston-USA, I'm planing to go to mexico in December, Do i need visa being a brazilian and flying from Boston?
MAC
Fri, 30 Aug 2013 11:13 EDT
MEXICO'S BORDER
The American people would appreciate it if the Mexican government would tighten there border and not allow there citizens to cross illegally into the U.S. If you would fix your country then your citizens would not want to leave..
ARLEEN
Tue, 27 Aug 2013 14:51 EDT
temp work visa
Can you still get a temporary work visa in mexico or does you have to obtain permanant residency visa? It is a little confusing with the changes. It seems that you need go obtain a permanent resident visa to work in mexico now? Is that the case?
Arleenhennessey@ymail.com
Arleen
Wed, 21 Aug 2013 10:01 EDT
Work Visa changes
Is it now true you must have a job offer to get your fm3. I wanted to go down and check it out and apply for jobs initially. I've been told you may no longer Change your tourist visa to a work visa while in the country.

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