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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) 252.1171
international: +
Faxlocal: (213) 252.1176
international: +
HoursLunes - Viernes 9:00 am - 3:00pm

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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.
liz vega
Mon, 10 Mar 2014 20:52 EDT
que terrible
yo creia QUE ESTABA SOLA EN ESTA CRISZISZ DE PARTE DEL CONZULADO DE NICARAGUA, NO SE COMO ESTAN PROMOVIENDO EL TURISMO Y NO NOS FACILITAN LO QUEnecesitamos para poder viajar . esto si es terrible. solo en Nicaragua es eso asta en tros paises con mas problemas politicos en el consullado les pueden tramitar los passaportes . y nosotros no , pero que se espera , que clase de profesionales tenemos que coraje da!!
John Miller
Thu, 20 Feb 2014 19:00 EST
Nicaraguan Passport Renewal
I have a member of my church congregation in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada, who is from Nicaragua and needs to renew her Nicaraguan Passport. The problem is she has not been able to get a renewal form to make the application. Could you please send me the information as to what has to be done and also a Nicaraguan Passport Renewal form.


Rev. John C. Miller, Minister
Bethany-Newton United Church
14853 60 Avenue,
Surrey, BC V3S 1R8
Tel: 604-599-6803
Thank you.
Fri, 14 Feb 2014 08:09 EST
New number
Try to call this number (213) 252-11-70
Lamar Meredith
Thu, 6 Feb 2014 14:33 EST
Hundreds of consulates in Chicago, IL, but only 1 Nicaraguan consu
Need to obtain more explanations about this matter
Delroy H Waters
Mon, 3 Feb 2014 16:08 EST
Nicaragua Passport renewal
I'm trying to get information on how to renewing my Nicaragua passport. I need to know what are the procedures that I have to go through. and how much will it be.if someone will be kind enough to reply to my message.Either by phone call or email my phone number is 323 253 7699. My email is waters.delroy@yahoo.com. Thanks !!
Sun, 3 Nov 2013 01:38 EDT
requisitis para obtener una visa
Soy nicaraguense y mi esposo es residente de nacionalidad cubana que necesita para viajar a nicaragua
Fri, 27 Sep 2013 13:44 EDT
They never answer the phone
I paid for my passport to arrive in two months instead of three. They have never mailed me the pre-filled out card they had me do. Two months have come and gone. I have been calling and calling no answer. I have email all the emails that I could find associated with this consulate with no answers to any. I have faxed them with no answeres from my faxes. I do not live close to drive down there to see if the passport has arrived.

They are there to help their citizens but they treat us like we mean nothing to them. terrible terrible terrible.
Para Luis Baltodano
Fri, 20 Sep 2013 08:04 EDT
Llama al siguiente numero, ellos te ayudara a obteer un ata nueva.
(213) 389-9295

Suerte amigo!

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