Mexican flag Consulate of Mexico in Albuquerque

Address1610 4th Street, NW
Albuquerque NM 87102
Phonelocal: (505) 247.2147
international: +1.505.247.2147
Faxlocal: (505) 842.9490
international: +1.505.842.9490
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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
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 tell her as to what she needs to do? Pedro Olivares ...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.
richard carpenter
Wed, 18 Feb 2015 10:57 EST
I currently have a USA passport and am going to Mexico for the months of March and April, will I need a Mexican visa?
Wed, 28 Jan 2015 18:38 EST
Transmision de derechos por sucesion
My father-in-law passed away; he left property to one son who is here undocumented and wishes to assign his older brother to go to Chihuahua to do paperwork..what are the procedures and what is needed; also to get paperwork done with you is an appointment needed
Wed, 13 Aug 2014 01:28 EDT
sick family
what can we do to be able to have my husband see his mother before she gets sicker and dies the doctors say she is not going to last long and get her things in order we are at the end of the paper work yet will not be finished soon enough what can we do please help call 505-793-3773 please
Ed Billings
Mon, 4 Aug 2014 03:45 EDT
There is more than one issue concerning Your Country and affecting Our Soil and affecting Our Citizens

1) Your Citizens are entering the United States Illegally, COncerns are being raised when Children from Your Country are crossing into the United States unaccompanied
Concerns amoung American Citizens are being raised as this has a negative on the Job Market and Social Services in the United States, in other words the need for Homeless American Veterans and Children are being neglected at the expect of caring for Citizens and Children from Your Country. I believe that You are being lazy, ignoring the police corruption, and Gang Violence and poverty, expecting the American Taxpayer to care for your Citizens when You should be addressing the Police Corruption, Gang Violence, and poverty that exists in your country. I do not blame your citizens for crossing into the United States Illegally, I blame this on the atrocities that you allow to continue in your country thus causing a negative effect on the Economy in the United States and causing Us Citizens to suffer. In Other words, your constant ignorance of your country's atrocities are bring hardship to our country.

2) U S Marine Sargent Andrew Tahmoressi who is currently being held on Weapon Smuggling Charges when he had a legal permit in the United States to carry his weapon arrived at the border while attempting to return to the United States because he had made a wrong turn. The Mexican Government is displaying hatred toward the United States by refusing to release Marine Sargent Tahmoressi and allowing him to come back to the United States. The Mexican Government is no better than Nazi Germany.

I have composed a cartoon on the subject, in My Opinion, Your Governments participate in Jim Crow Politics and should be held accountable for doing so.

Again, I have composed a cartoon on the subject, I await your reply
(click here to see cartoon)
Wed, 23 Jul 2014 21:03 EDT
quiero hacer una cita

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