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Jamaican flag Embassy of Jamaica in Mexico City

AddressPaseo de las Palmas 1340
Lomas de Chapultepec
Delegacion Miguel Hidalgo
C.P. 1100 Ciudad de México (Mexico City)
Mexico
Phonelocal: (055) 5250.6804
international: +52.55.5250.6804
Faxlocal: (055) 5250.6160
international: +52.55.5250.6160
Emailembjamex@gmail.com

Comments on this Embassy

Trevor Cole
Mon, 27 Jul 2015 11:57 EDT
To hum it may cancern
Mr.or Mrs embassador i mr.Trevor wood like to dedicate the falloing to im having a problem in the country of nicaragua and i wood like you to contact me as soon as possible. my email is Trevorcoleseafood@yahoo.com telephone number is 505-86084478 verry urgent
leroy thompson
Mon, 21 Jul 2014 02:45 EDT
passport
my name is Leroy Thompson, born jamaican and having problrms to rewplace my passport in Panama, the passport cost $4500 jamaican dollar that is aprox US$45 and they want to charge me $300 and expect me to wait 3 months to get it when Jamaica issues it in 7 days
I am asking for your assitance, I think that position in Panama should be given to a Jamaican or a Panamanian and not a US citizen
anthony dixon
Thu, 25 Jul 2013 13:52 EDT
re/passport issues/contact/9197340862/914-3105975/watiting to hear from you/if no reply will call you thanks again/7/25/2013
ANTHONY DIXON
Wed, 24 Jul 2013 17:38 EDT
HOW IS THE WEATHER THERE
GOT A LOTS OF TELPHONE NUMBERS FOR YOU/SOON, TRYING TO BE BACK IN CHRISTMASS/7/24/2013
anthony dixon
Wed, 20 Mar 2013 11:45 EDT
did you hear from pansy

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