Argentinian flag Embassy of Argentina in Mexico City

AddressAv. Paseo de las Palmas Nro 910
Lomas de Chapultepec
Ciudad de México (Mexico City)
Phonelocal: (055) 5520.9430
international: +52.55.5520.9430
Visas & Consularlocal: (055) 5540.3660
international: +52.55.5540.3660
Faxlocal: (055) 5540.5011
international: +52.55.5540.5011
Web site
Hours09.00 - 17.00
Consular: 9:00 - 14.00

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Ann Groner Reza
Sat, 31 May 2014 11:29 EDT
PLEASE HELPME! My 82 year old father is in a coma in a Santa Fe hospital
I traveled to Argentina last year march 6, 2013 to April 8, 2013. I purchased my Reciprocity fee at The buenos aires airport I never received a "sticker ticket number". But I do have proof of payment on my capital one credit card and when I log into and enter my name, passport andante of birth I am givens error message : WE ALREADY HAVE A VALID STICKER ASSOCIATED TO THE PASSPORT NUMBER, country of birth and birthdate." I am now stuck in Mexico City. I was nor allowed to board plane. I lost money I don't have and I need to see my fathers ASAP. I am willing to pay the reciprocity fee again but the website will not let and nine answers the telephone number at Provincia Pagos.

Desperate. Please help!
Annan Groner Reza
Currently at Mexico City Airport. No money to get home or buy new ticket.
Enrique worms
Tue, 5 Nov 2013 00:28 EST
Necesito renobar my pasaporte y estoy viviendo en mexico
La ciudad mas serca es hermosillo sonora
Donde tendria que hacer este tramite
Cerca o en hermosillo por fabor de probeerme una direccion cercana
Muchisimas gracias

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