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Other embassies and consulates in Albuquerque

Mexican flag Consulate of Mexico in Albuquerque

Address1610 4th Street, NW
Albuquerque NM 87102
USA
Phonelocal: (505) 247.2147
international: +1.505.247.2147
Faxlocal: (505) 842.9490
international: +1.505.842.9490
Emailconsulmexalb@qwestoffice.net
Web sitehttp://www.sre.gob.mx/albuquerque/
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Paul Hanson
Fri, 15 Jul 2016 11:18 EDT
Moving to Cheyenne, WY?
222 E. 5th Avenue
Cheyenne, WY 82001

For sale by owner.

Home close to the Avenues.

Don't miss out on low interest rates. They won't last forever.

4 bedroom, 2 bath.
Corner lot close to Lion's Park, schools, etc.
Central established Cheyenne neighborhood.

Older home. Will need upgrades. Financial discount for your house rehab.

Please email for information on the home.

Go to:

http://wyoming.craigslist.org/reo/5680570787.html
Brian Barabé
Wed, 4 May 2016 16:01 EDT
Viva Mexico 2016
Espero que todavia trabaje para el consulado la Srta. Violeta Piña. Me guataria saber si va a haber el festival Viva Mexico en Julio.
Gracias,
Brian Barabé
Maria E
Mon, 21 Mar 2016 19:15 EDT
STOP Interfering in America's Governmental Affairs!
STOP Interfering in America's Governmental Affairs!
This is cause for REMOVAL.
You are a guest. Respectful our laws or be removed by The People

Maria Espinoza
Houston, TX
USA
Maria E
Mon, 21 Mar 2016 18:54 EDT
Stop Interfering in USA's Governmental Affairs!
Continue to interfere and we will show you the door.
Stop interfering in our governmental affairs.
This is reason for removal!

Maria Espinoza
Houston, TX
USA
June Marie Avery with Artesia Literacy Council
Thu, 10 Mar 2016 14:19 EST
Change of Status
I have a student who currently holds a tourist visa but wants to begin the process of becoming an American Citizen. What does she need to do?
Ericka
Wed, 9 Mar 2016 13:23 EST
Traveling to Mexico
Hello, I am traveling to Aguascalientes Mexico this coming June, I am a US Citizen and I need to know what documents I will need at the airport, I am flying and I know they require different documentation than if you are driving.

Much appreciated,
Maria T
Tue, 4 Aug 2015 23:49 EDT
absent parent form
i need to know what is the form i need to give permission in Mexico so that mom can proceed with obtaining a passport for my son. also do i need to make an appointment in your office or can i go and pick up the form
Rosalind
Tue, 14 Jul 2015 17:44 EDT
history book
Is there anyway to get a history book about Mexico written by a Mexican but in English. I know that history is written by the victor and I really want to learn about it from your point of view. Thank you respectfully.
Pedro Olivares
Sun, 5 Jul 2015 01:08 EDT
Duel Citizenship
Today I spoke to a friend that I have not seen in 49 years. I asked her if she ever traveled into Mexico. She said that she can not get a US Passport because her mother in the 1950's registered as "Duel Citizenship'. The person in question was born in Brownsville, Texas, Feb. 6, 1948. I would like to know ...to tell her as to what she needs to do? Pedro Olivares
pedro.olivares5@sbcglobal.net ...E-Mail me the answer to my problem.
Susan Gordon
Fri, 15 May 2015 09:12 EDT
Why not open the borders? Would it make things that different?
Remember when the wall went down in Europe? Did it really make things worse for the rest of Europe? Yes, the Eastern block was poor, poverty-ridden, and corrupt just as Mexico is now. If we opened the borders we could all travel freely, influence each other's governments, and help try to rid corruption on both sides of our borders. Yes, the borders are filthy and full of crime, but this could change if we started helping Mexico help itself. We would be able to open businesses there and Mexican's could open even more businesses legally here in the states and they could be monitored for wages and taxes just as we would be in Mexico. I know this idea isn't very popular but if you think about it, and I mean really think about it, people could see the possibility of opening the borders as a very positive thing for the human race.

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