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Consul GeneralM. Pierre GRANDJOUAN
Address777 Post Oak Boulevard, Suite 600
Houston TX 77056
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Wed, 1 Feb 2017 09:51 EST
marriage Franco- American
Quelle est Le procedure ( papers work) si nous voulons Vivre en France ?
May we need appointment?
Carlos Ruiz
Thu, 6 Oct 2016 01:43 EDT
Visa free entry
I am wondering if I need a visa to enter french territory, I am a Mexican citizen and I want to join the legionnaires (French foreign legion).
Miss Bayo Elizabeth Cary AA BA MLIS
Fri, 6 Jun 2014 08:43 EDT
Political Prisoner Hostage and Torture Victim of 20 Years USA
June 6 2014 My name is Miss Bayo Elizabeth Cary AA BA MLIS. I am a political prisoner hostage torture victim and refugee in my own country USA. I am working on a thesis for my 2nd MA in goverment and military intelligence. I have been refused work in the US since 2008. I am physically very ill with serious infections and broken and fractured bones. i have been homeless in the US for almost 5 years now with no asaaistance from family friends or the US government. I am on my way to the French Consulate in Houston Texas for emergency refugee and medical evacuation assistance. My children and I require assistance to reach France where we will plead for political asylum. My US Contitutional Rights and the human rights protected by the Geneva Convention of 1951 have been consistently violated here in the US for the past 20 years. Now I am so sick from being Blacklisted in 2008 that my children and I require an emergency rescue to France! 352 226 6917 Any help that you are willing to provide is greatly appreciated. Thank you.
Wed, 15 May 2013 16:03 EDT
Hilda Coker
Sat, 17 Nov 2012 11:15 EST
Concern about my sister's safety in ereac, Bretagne, France
This is to correct the city name in the previous comment I posted.
Hilda Coker
Sat, 17 Nov 2012 11:01 EST
Concern about my sister's safety in dread, France
Dear sir/Madame
I have decided to try this avenue in attempt to get help for the disappointing and unbelievable handling of the inference going on in your above named city that makes me worry that my little sister's life is been threatened by her tenant and despite several police calls and incident reports and letters, the attacker still have not been questioned neither have the police done anything about any of the problems. I will like to talk to someone from your country for more detail before I make it American government problem and possibly international issue. My family members in different parts of US and in other countries in the world are aware of this first letter and our next line of action after this. I leave in Houston, Tx. And would like to talk to someone and give more details on the above headline. Please, I look forward to hearing from your office as soon as possible. Thank you in advance.
Hilda Coker
Patrick Marcil
Wed, 1 Aug 2012 23:41 EDT
Not Much Help
I need a simple birth certificate (certified) but Houston Consul no help or even live oerson on phone and NY Consul says I dont speak French so no help. (rep was bilingual)

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