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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
Phonelocal: (213) 252.1170
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Faxlocal: (213) 252.1176
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HoursLunes - Viernes 9:00 am - 3:00pm

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Comments on this Consulate-General

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Sat, 17 Jan 2015 01:02 EST
horrible staff
this people hate their jobs, they should not be put in this position, they are not polite, they are not helpful, the office is a mess , you are on your own when you get there, they ignore you, they talk back to you, they should be working in a prison
Tue, 30 Dec 2014 12:40 EST
Residence and moving to Nicaragua
It is very difficult getting info and documents to make the transition. I have recently bought property and building a home their. Can any body tell me who to call to get help.
Angry Customer
Mon, 15 Dec 2014 18:45 EST
This is by far the most outrageously rude and unprofessional entity I have ever had to deal with. Customer service is horrendous. A pathetic reflection of the Nicaraguan population. So embarrassed to be a Nicaraguan after my experience with this staff!
Thu, 4 Dec 2014 01:52 EST
For a request of presence for a benefit concert organized by a non-profit, who should I contact in Chicago? The other Central American countries have been invited, but Nicaragua has no e-mail for the Chicago Embassy.
Teresita I Noble
Thu, 30 Oct 2014 20:06 EDT
Renew a expired nicaraguan passport.
What do I need to renew my expired passport, and how much it'll cost me?
Mon, 22 Sep 2014 16:02 EDT
para que tienen telefono si no lo contestan
horrible servicio llevo llamando 3 dias sin que nadie me conteste solo quiero renovar mi pasaporte que fue robado dicen que abra un consulado movil atendiendo en las vegas pero no dicen que si estaran tramitando pasaportes....
an julia lopez
Sun, 7 Sep 2014 00:08 EDT
Necesito renovar mi pasaporte que necesito
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?
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++
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

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