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Mexican flag Consulate-General of Mexico in San Diego

Address1549 India St.
San Diego, CA 92101
Phonelocal: (619) 231.8414
international: +1.619.231.8414
Faxlocal: (619) 231.4802
international: +1.619.231.4802
Web sitehttp://www.consulmexsd.org

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Comments on this Consulate-General

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Mon, 15 Sep 2014 15:43 EDT
Gracias Sra Consul ,estoy seguro k muchos corazones vivraron este 14 de sept en el lienzo charros de Escondido al escuchar el himno naciona mexicano
y recorder a nuestros heroes k nos dieron la ,independencia y el grito de muchos corazones que grtaron Viva mexico viva amexico

Salvador l Fabian
Secretario de actas
charros caballo park.
Martin Brewer
Fri, 12 Sep 2014 20:10 EDT
Release Sgt Tahmooressi
Release Sgt Tahmooressi now!

The American public is reaching a boiling point concerning the illegal imprisonment of Sgt Tahmooressi because of the confusing and careless routing of U.S. citizens erroneously entering the Mexican border at Tijuana. I know because I have been across your border at that point. It was confusing to me as well as it was with Sgt Tahmooressi. Do you really think he was going to create an uprising with 3 guns in his possession? You gotta be kidding!!!! It is quite clear that Sgt Tahmooressi had no "intent" of crossing your border, nor starting a revolution in your country. Release him NOW!!! I am a U.S. Navy Veteran; and one that feels very strongly that Mexico needs to value our support of our active military soldiers in harms way, as your country has portrayed itself in this matter.

Martin Brewer
Tennessee, 37363 USA
Tue, 22 Jul 2014 23:29 EDT
Green Card Permissible for Admittance to Mexico as ID?
May a British citizen without a passport enter Mexico via land if the British citizen is a legal alien resident of the United States and has a current valid green card, birth certificate and driver's license?
Paul John
Mon, 23 Jun 2014 13:49 EDT
Ninos ilegales
Que esta haciendo el consulado mexicano para re-patriar y encontrar los padres de los ninos que son mexicanos?

What is the Mexican Consulate is doing about to returns the mexican kids to their parents?

Or like always you guys just look the other way and let the gringos solve your problems.

Do something about and have some dignity and pride for your own citizens.

Donald Franks
Fri, 20 Jun 2014 19:06 EDT
Release Sgt Tahmooressi NOW
We have cancelled our Cabo vacation with some financial loss as a result of the last minute cancellation. But I won't spend another dime in the sewer we call Mexico until this Sgt is released!! Come on America...wake up! Go to Hawaii or the Bahamas instead. You will have a better chance of keeping your loved ones safe.
Bert Dill
Fri, 20 Jun 2014 13:29 EDT
Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi
I have spent a good deal of money in Mexico, vacations and cruises.
I will not be doing so in the future unless and until Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi is released.
I urge all of my fellow Americans to do the same--do not visit Mexico. Do not buy Mexican products.
Sonya Healy
Mon, 16 Jun 2014 20:08 EDT
Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi
Please assist in the release of Sgt. Tahmooressi. You know that the US border staff treat Mexicans who make a mistake and come to San Diego with guns in a very different way than the Sgt. has been treated.

When I worked at the major hospital in San Diego, we treated all Mexicans who came to the door, why can't Andrew Tahmooressi be treated in the same manner?
Blas C. Zepeda
Fri, 6 Jun 2014 17:40 EDT
need passport
I lived most my life in the USA with a green card (Mexican citizen)what do I need to get a passport so I can travel to Mexico.
Gerardo Martinez
Tue, 6 May 2014 22:10 EDT
Mexican Passport/Traveling Overseas
What are the requirements for renewal? My passport expired over a year ago. Also what is the fee? Any other requirements to travel to Japan for 90 days for work?
Sat, 3 May 2014 02:47 EDT
May 2, 2014


I request that Andrew Tahmooressi be released from Tijuana prison. Andrew Tahmooressi, a citizen of The United States of America, served his country well and did NOT intend to create any disgrace of United Mexican States laws.

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