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Mexican flag Consulate of Mexico in Philadelphia

AddressThe Bourse Building, Suite 310
111 South Independence Mall East
Philadelphia, PA 19106
USA
Phonelocal: (215) 922.4312
international: +1.215.922.4312
Faxlocal: (215) 923.7281
international: +1.215.923.7281
Emailbuzon@consulmexphila.com
Web sitehttp://www.sre.gob.mx/filadelfia

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Comments on this Consulate

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Virginia
Tue, 14 Oct 2014 09:36 EDT
Mexican Citizen? Mexican National?
My 19 year old son is a sophomore in college and is filling out ROTC paperwork for a background check. He was born in LA and his mother was born in Mexico City. We got him a mexican passport when he was 2 years of age in 1997. It expired a year later--- 1998--- it was never used or renewed.
The dual nationality laws have changed so much. The paperwork asks if he is a dual citizen. Is it incorrect to answer NO? An additional question asks if he has ever been issued a passport from another country. He would of course, answer yes. Appreciate any guidance.
Bob W
Wed, 1 Oct 2014 21:22 EDT
Free Our Marine
Ok, you made your point, your border security is better than ours.
Lets cut off all aide until our U.S. Marine comes home!
Send in the SEALS!
priscilla casciano
Fri, 19 Sep 2014 20:21 EDT
temporario residencia in MX
I have a condo in San Jose del Cabo,MX. I also have a car:Nissan Tsuuru 2002, and last yr I could not register it because I do not have a "residencia temporioria." I need to know what I take to Philadelphia(2 1/2 drive) to take care of this business so I can drive my car in MX. I called and sent an email. I hope to make this trip only once if possible. I plan to travel there in November, so I want to be cleared before then. Can I get a visa application to fill out before
Eve
Fri, 19 Sep 2014 11:08 EDT
Information needed for undocumented and obtaining a visa
I work for a clinic where we have a large number of undocumented patient's. Need general information on the process (if there is one) for an undocumented individual to obtain a visa. Thanks
sheyla
Thu, 11 Sep 2014 12:57 EDT
it's a shame that the personnel in there treat most of the Mexican citizen as a foreing person when you going to request and pay for the "services" they offer. where is the help Mexican government? doesn't do nothing about to help ID ourselves in USA.
Dosh Coverdale
Wed, 30 Jul 2014 17:05 EDT
Mexican and Illegal Mexican Rights
I like to say as a Legal Advocate for Illegal Immigrates crossing the border from all courses of the borders entries into the United States have a Constitutional Right under the United States Constitution of the 5th Amendment.

In addition, illegal immigrates have the right when they cross the border illegal or by visa have all rights as any Non American Citizen and or Citizen because here in America, as History speak there are not one validated Citizen of American beside the Native Indians and in the State of Texas that was the land and owned by Mexico as well as all Citizen had a right to claim that land before it was sold and or deprive from Mexico Country.

Therefore, most Americans, so they claim to be but not know their American History, as I see and read their comments against Mexicans do not understand all our forefathers came here illegal without any visas as well as the all forms of Cultures here now in America.

In saying this, to all the alleged Americans in the United States, ask yourself was the framers of the United States forefathers bought here by visa.

Last, as I speak for the Mexicans with my support, all Mexicans have a right to stay and be treated as Human Beings as well as God see us all.
US CITIZEN
Tue, 15 Jul 2014 11:01 EDT
FREE THE USA MARINE
We demand the Mexican government free the United Sates Marine right now! If you don't I will urge my government to put up the biggest damn wall on the US/ Mexican border and stop all financial assistance to your government. I will also demand no more relaxed Customs and Immigration policies allowing the illegal crossing of Mexicans into our country. We will boycott all things Mexican. We will assemble in a peaceful legal manner around your consulates throughout the United States to protest the Mexican governments imprisonment off our Marine. I will demand the US stop providing aid to the Mexicans who are already in this country illegally.
THE BOYSENS
Tue, 15 Jul 2014 10:49 EDT
STOP ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION TO THE U.S.A.
We will personally boycott trips to Mexico

and boycott Mexican Products

until you help stop issuing transit visas.



You need to help stop illegal border crossings from Mexico.
Michael O
Thu, 10 Jul 2014 14:25 EDT
No more $$ for Mexican products
Mexican government imprisonment of the US Marine Sgt who crossed the border by accident, coupled with their complicity in flooding the US with illegal aliens is the last straw … just booked 2 vacations for this winter to 'all inclusive' resorts but NOT in Mexico. Also, no more Dos Equis, Corona, or any other product of Mexico. My personal boycott is not that big a deal, but MANY others feel the same and are taking similar actions in their buying and travel decisions.
layla
Thu, 26 Jun 2014 12:35 EDT
whats another number to get ahold of the consulado i keep calling but no answer or they'll disconect the call. Please help trying to renew my mexican passport

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