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Mexican flag Consulate of Mexico in Indianapolis

Address39 West Jackson Place, Suite 103
Indianapolis, IN 46225
USA
Phonelocal: (317) 951.0005
international: +1.317.951.0005
Faxlocal: (317) 951.0006
international: +1.317.951.0006
Emailindianapolis@sre.gob.mx
Web sitehttp://www.sre.gob.mx/indianapolis

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Comments on this Consulate

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Diana Laura Rodriguez-Baez
Mon, 15 Dec 2014 23:12 EST
Passport and CID Card
I am 18 years old ,my parents brought me to the United States when I was 4 years old. I don't have any form of iditification except for my school ID. Could I use my school ID to get my Mexican passport and CID card? Also what else do I need in order to get both Passport and CID Card?
tasha
Mon, 25 Aug 2014 16:52 EDT
marriage
I want to know what it takes to get married to my boyfriend and he is from honduras and I'm from indianapolis indiana and we are both here what do we need I heard we have to go to the council befor we get married ?
gilbert salazar
Fri, 16 May 2014 15:38 EDT
discrimination
today I was fired.the business where I worked finally got it done.the management had been working on this for some time.i had complained in the past about racial remarks and slurs to my supervisors to no evail.this has continued throughout my employment of 14years.i was tired of complaining and they were tired of hearing about it ,so they fabricated reasons to let me go.
Barbara Groves
Wed, 2 Apr 2014 23:37 EDT
application for Mexican permanent legal residency
Hello, I am a retired teacher and woud like to know how to set up an appointment to begin the process of gaining permanent legal residency in Mexico. My income and Spanish language ability quality me, I believe. Thank you.
Xichen
Sun, 9 Mar 2014 16:44 EDT
03/09/2014
I want to go to cancun travel but my visa has past the date , so what should I do?
Gilbert salazar
Fri, 8 Nov 2013 11:38 EST
Need help advancing in my career
I work for a wholesale heating and air company and I work warehouse they let everybody else advance but not me feel like I'm being discriminated again racial slurs etc. can the Spanish counsel help me
4redrider747@gmail.com
Thu, 19 Sep 2013 07:14 EDT
what do i need
do I start my fm3 in the us or wait to go mexico-
what do I need thank you
jane
Tue, 3 Sep 2013 10:17 EDT
you need to update your addresses, as the Mexican Consulate is no longer on Jackson St in Indianapolis. IT is 331 S. East St, Indianapolis, IN 46204. Thank you
david estes
Wed, 28 Aug 2013 11:54 EDT
consulate in owensboro ky.
anyone know the date the consulate is coming to Owensboro ky???
Bobbi
Sun, 12 May 2013 15:12 EDT
Husband deported
My husband was just deported back to Mexico in April . We have been together for 13 years and married for 10. This has been the 2 nd time he has been deported. He has did nothing wrong other than crossing the border he has been a good father a good provider for our family. I don't think it is fair for my children to be without their father. I have contacted attorneys they say there is nothing they can do for me because this has been his second time being deported. I called immigration and they say they don't care that he has a wife and kids. I think that is pretty sad. Just think about anyone that is a parent how it would affect your children if one of you were yanked out of there life. It is like a death because they know they will never be able to see him. It is just to bad in Mexico to go visit. My kids are 12and the twins are 10 every day they come home from school and ask did you hear anything today and I say no and they just hang their heads. This is really affecting them and it hurts me and then I get mad about it. I could understand if he was a criminal. He is a good guy who is extremely hard working . There are people crossing the border everyday. I'm a us citizen and it's like I have no rights no one will even listen to me no one even cares because it's not effecting them. But I'm sure if they put their self in my shoes they would look at this a little different. I could send money and cross him back but I want to do it right. I never want Ice to show up at 5:00am pounding on my door . Please tell me there is something I can do to get my family back.

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