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Mexican flag Consulate-General of Mexico in Los Angeles

Address2401 West 6th Street
Los Angeles, CA 90057
USA
Phonelocal: (213) 351.6800
international: +1.213.351.6800
Faxlocal: (213) 351.2114
international: +1.213.351.2114
Emaillapublico@sre.gob.mx
Web sitehttp://www.sre.gob.mx/losangeles/

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Comments on this Consulate-General

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william
Tue, 16 Sep 2014 11:04 EDT
emigrate
hello
wesley staples
Sun, 14 Sep 2014 21:10 EDT
english
since the usa offers all of its governmental forms in english or spanish, all signs are in both, schools teach in both languages, courts offer translations, in short, the country goes out of its way to be inclusive---- but do you think the website of the consul general, the mexican consulate in the usa has an english version, or any help in english whatsoever? NO! This is just wrong. Neighborliness is a two-way street. Please advise!
Anthony
Sun, 14 Sep 2014 15:39 EDT
Criminal Gun Trafficker
I know he was trafficking guns. I drive into that same border crossing about 2 times per month because I have property in Baja... It's impossible to cross "accidentally" into mexico! There's flashing lights and warning signs, and 2 different opportunities to to exit... and even one U-Turn opportunity right at the border! I will film it next time I cross so you can how impossible it is. This guy shamed our law abiding U.S. Servicemen of our country!
bigfoot1
Fri, 12 Sep 2014 20:04 EDT
I am done vacationing in mexico
The treatment of our marine by your corupt regime has caused myself and my family to make changes in our vacation plans in oct.Shame on your country.I am in fact writing my representitives to ask for de-funding all aid to your country.We will never again cast our shadows upon your soil.sad as we have had 6 years of good vacation expieriences.to heck with your ridiculous excuse for leadership.
Norman
Fri, 12 Sep 2014 17:36 EDT
Texas should deploy the national guard
Texas has the right to deploy the National Guard since our Federal government will not deploy troops along the boarder which we have a right to do!!! It is our border not yours!! You can do what your want on your side. Tell you president it is to bad he feels unpleasant and thinks it reprehensible that the Texas NG are being deployed. The US is not telling you how to deploy your TROOPS along the southern Mexico border.
richard schmidt
Mon, 8 Sep 2014 18:06 EDT
us marine
i was going to mexico for winter vacation not now free our marine people. WHAT THE HELL KIND OF NEIGHBORSS ARE YOU
MICHELLE PASHLEY
Fri, 5 Sep 2014 17:37 EDT
Releasesgt andrew Tahmooressi
Please expedite the trial for this U.S. citizen. He has been in jail 6 months waiting to be heard on a mistake that was made based on hard to follow traffic signs. He has waited long enough. Why has the judge not even listened to the 911 call yet?
Marilyn Zaruba
Thu, 4 Sep 2014 09:33 EDT
Please release Sgt. Tahmooressi
This man made an honest mistake when he drove into Mexico with his guns. He is not a gunrunner or he would not have confessed to having the guns in his vehicle.

He has served the USA admirably and needs treatment for the results of that service.

Thank you for considering my plea.
Josephine Hyde
Wed, 3 Sep 2014 14:35 EDT
acquiring permanent residency
Hello,
My husband and I want to buy a home in Mexico and acquire permanent residency. Please inform me of the requirements and costs of this. I understand that if you own a home in Mexico, the financial requirements are less than if you do not. Could you give me precise information as what I read on the internet is contradictory.
Thank you,
Josephine Hyde
GAM
Thu, 28 Aug 2014 10:11 EDT
LEVANTE UNA DENUNCIA EN CONTRA DE UNA PERSONA Q VIAJA CONSTANTE E SU PAIS, QUE HACER PARA QUE NO REGRESE A E.U HASTA QUE CUMPLA CON ESTE TRAMITE Y NO HUYA
NECESITO Q DE ALGUNA MANERA ESTEN INFORMADOS DE LA CLASE DE PERSONAS Q INGRESAN A E.U , LA SRA. GUADALUPE GONZALEZ LOYO O GUADALUPE MORENO, ES UNA PERSONA Q ABUSO DE MI CONFIANZA POR LO QUE LEVANTE UN ACTA DE AVERIGUACION PREVIA POR ESTE DELITO. DE IGUAL MANERA NECESITO CUMPLA CON EL DEBER CIVIL DE PRESENTARSE Y RESPONDER A ESTA DENUNCIA.

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