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Nicaraguan flag Consulate-General of Nicaragua in Los Angeles

Address3550 Wilshire Blvd, Suite #200
(Frente a la Iglesia San Basilio)
Los Angeles, CA 90010
USA
Phonelocal: (213) 252.1170
international: +1.213.252.1170
Faxlocal: (213) 252.1176
international: +1.213.252.1176
Emails_adilia@hotmail.com
HoursLunes - Viernes 9:00 am - 3:00pm

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an julia lopez
Sun, 7 Sep 2014 00:08 EDT
Necesito renovar mi pasaporte que necesito
cjulieth
Tue, 19 Aug 2014 03:01 EDT
renewing my green card
My ten year green card exp. 2yrs ago and due to my financial status i couldnt renew my green card in time before my experation date, my question is....if anyone knows what would i need to take in order to renew my passport to renew my green card? I got my old exp passport, my green card that is exp. My birth certificate. Is that sufficient proof?
Cjsaenz1983@gmail.com
Maria
Mon, 7 Jul 2014 23:31 EDT
Viva Los Nivaraguenses !!!
Who need to travel to Nicaragua and The passport has expired. First need to have your birth certificate (not to old them 10 years)
the way you can apply for provision passport to travel!!! God bless all!!! Maria++
Suzette
Wed, 25 Jun 2014 12:59 EDT
Its Such A Shame
I have been to the General Consulate office several times. It is so disappointing how unprofessional this group of Office people are. You are in their office or right in front of them and they answer their personal cell phone to have personal conversations, instead of doing their jobs. It is a horrible, irresponsible way of putting a whole country in this light. These workers at the Consulate are a reflection and first impression of Nicaragua. As a Nicaraguan I am embarrassed with the unprofessional and rude demeanor and unwillingness to be helpful of this office staff. If we want to make progress in Nicaragua lets start by hiring professionals who act professional and want progress for our country.
-An Honest Opinion
Marisol lacayo
Mon, 23 Jun 2014 18:07 EDT
mala atencion
este que barbaridad cambien el personal de la repcepcion es una joven mal educada
Alex
Wed, 28 May 2014 21:11 EDT
passport
How do I apply for my Nicaraguence passport?
Claudia
Sun, 11 May 2014 14:27 EDT
Name change
Hi i need to renew my passport with name change(marriage). i have to travel in Aug 13, can it be done the same day? prerequisites?

Tengo que renovar mi pasaporte nicaraguense expirado con un cambio de nombre(casada) tengo mi vuelo programado el 13 de agosto. cuales son los requisitos? puede hacerse el mismo dia?
C Jimenez
Tue, 22 Apr 2014 23:45 EDT
They don't care about you or anyone else. A ellos no les importa
These people clearly hate their jobs and lives. They are not helpful at all. Debería tener a personas que les interesa ayudar! a las personas que necesitan ayuda para viajar a Nicaragua o necesitan como ciudadanos de Nicaragua ayuda. Para que esta página si no hacen nada al respecto ?
Anna
Wed, 19 Mar 2014 14:16 EDT
They never answer the phones am in Utah
Does any one ever answer there phone at the location?
Tammy F
Thu, 13 Mar 2014 20:34 EDT
Passport Renewal
My passport has expired and I need to renew it. I cannot understand the Spanish, and I can't seem to find an English version of the forms and requirements. I would be grateful if anyone could email me info on how to renew my Nicaraguan passport in English.

-Tammy F.
raphaelaf94@live.com

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