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Mexican flag Consulate-General of Mexico in Sacramento

Address2093 Arena Blvd.
Sacramento, CA 95834
Phonelocal: (916) 329.3500
international: +1.916.329.3500
Faxlocal: (916) 441.3147
international: +1.916.441.3147
Web sitehttp://portal.sre.gob.mx/sacramento

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Mon, 1 Dec 2014 02:47 EST
Car permit
I plan on driving to Mexico In a few weeks. I understand that I need a permit to drive a car across the border. The vehicle I will be driving is my mothers. It is in her name and so is the insurance, she will not be going with me. Is this going to be a problem because the car or insurance is not in my name?
David Brown
Thu, 18 Sep 2014 10:39 EDT
Cabo San Lucas
Can you let the general public know of the conditions in Cabo San Lucas and when it would be relatively safe to travel for a vacation?
Wed, 10 Sep 2014 02:19 EDT
Humanitarian Passport or Visa
There is a young mother that is in the hospital with cancer and is undergoing Chemo therapy in Sacramento. She is a single mom with two young children. She is not doing well and may not make it. We would like to know what steps to take in order to help the young mom's "mother" to come and see her her daughter perhaps for the last time. Is there something like a humanitarian passport process that the mother that lives in Mexico can use to see her daughter for at least a week or two?
Sue Fitch
Thu, 1 May 2014 14:15 EDT
I take several prescriptions.i need to know if any i take are not allowed in Cancun Mexico.Can you tell me how I will get information on this?
Tue, 15 Apr 2014 19:36 EDT
renovacion de pasaporte
Por favor necesito saber , si estaran trabajando este viernes santo? muchas gracias
Tue, 4 Mar 2014 16:51 EST
Phone line
Youre phone line isnt working,we all need to speak tp someone for info or and to make an appointment....
This is government issues...you guys have a bad way of getting intouch...DO SOMETHING..WHY YOU PUT THIS # ONLINE
john godines
Tue, 21 Jan 2014 23:57 EST
car permit
I obtain a car permit in sacramento and on the way my brother got sick so we ended up going by plane. To cancel permit, can I do it in sacramento or do I have to drive to the border and cancel it there. Can you give me some info, on how to take care of it. If not, I can not take a vechicle to mexico again
Wed, 15 Jan 2014 11:39 EST
what are your business hours
Jonathan Cortez
Tue, 14 Jan 2014 13:55 EST
am a U.S citizen that has family in Mexico in apatzingan michoacan, which are suffering what can I do to help them out???
Chris Bailey
Sun, 15 Dec 2013 14:35 EST
How to contact my daughter, Margery Bailey traveling to Oaxaca, Mexico
Our daughter, Margery Bailey & her 13 month old daughter, flew from LAX on Friday, 13 DEC @ 12AM to fly to Mexico City. Her flight VW 539 with Aeromar should have departed by 1:15pm on Friday, 13 DEC, and arrive at Puerto Escondido by 2:45pm on Friday, 13 DEC. Last communication from Margery was on Friday, 13 DEC at Mexico City airport. Please tell us how we can get assistance to find her and make sure she & baby are ok.

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