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Salvadoran flag Consulate-General of El Salvador in Tucson

Address3127 E. 2nd Street
Tucson, AZ 85716
USA
Phonelocal: (520) 318.0410
international: +1.520.318.0410
EmailConsuladoTucson@rree.gob.sv

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LETICIA PERAZA
Thu, 13 Feb 2014 01:43 EST
MISSING PERSON
PLEASE HELP OUR FAMILY TO FIND MY BROTHER LUIS MIGUEL OLIVA AYALA.AGE 19 SALVADOREAN NATIONALITY, HE HAS DESAPPEARED ON FEB 2 2014 IN ARIZONA STATE. ANY INFORMATION PLEASE CALL EMBASSY OF EL SALVADOR OR EMAIL ME AT LETTYPERAZA@GMAIL.COM... ANY INFORMATION WILL HELP US A LOT..
Ale Melendez
Wed, 5 Dec 2012 06:52 EST
need help
I have somebody in durango jail, who is bein accuse of crossing people into the United States. This accusations are completely false and this guy is only 18 years old who was studying in El Salvador. He has a court day january 7 in arizona, we need your help please. My name is Alex Melendez Phone number (704) 492- 5083 please call me
luis rosales
Wed, 7 Sep 2011 01:59 EDT
need your help with the my boss
please help us, we work more than we should and at the end of the week only get paid half. i have all the paperwork all i need if a good lawyer.

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