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Other embassies and consulates in Dallas

Mexican flag Consulate-General of Mexico in Dallas

Address1210 River Bend
Dallas, TX 75247
USA
Phonelocal: (214) 932.8670
international: +1.214.932.8670
Faxlocal: (214) 932.8673
international: +1.214.932.8673
Emailinfodallas@sre.gob.mx
Web sitehttp://consulmex.sre.gob.mx/dallas/
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sherriealdana@ymail.com
Tue, 19 Nov 2013 13:31 EST
info
where can i get some info about the hours and services o if the consulate if they NEVER answer the phone/DO YOU NEED AN APPT. TO GET PERMISO TO TAKE YOUR VEHICLE ACROSS THE BORDER OR CAN U JUST GO IN WHAT ARE YOUR HOURS SINCE YOU DONT ANSWER THE PHONES DO YOU OPEN THE DOORS? some people travel a fara away just to be turned down by you hay que pena
MAC
Fri, 30 Aug 2013 11:14 EDT
MEXICO'S BORDER
The American people would appreciate it if the Mexican government would tighten there border and not allow there citizens to cross illegally into the U.S. If you would fix your country then your citizens would not want to leave..
William R. Thompson
Mon, 12 Aug 2013 15:18 EDT
Why do you not honor your print money?
I recently exchanged 3500 pesos at my Wells Fargo bank. These pesos were from previous trips to Mexico during the last 20 yrs. A week after exchanging the pesos my bank contacted me and said that you would not honor your print money. They advised that it was too old. On our trips to Mexico we routinely exchanged American money for Mexican pesos. I'm currently retired and this money would be nice. The United States has never refused to back it's paper money and it is regrettable that your country has taken this position. I'm hoping that you can help but if not I'm going to share this with our local TV stations as precautions to others who visit your country and inadvertinately forget to exchange their monies.
Miguel
Thu, 8 Aug 2013 19:32 EDT
Thank you
Thank you for been here and help our people.
antonio mtz
Wed, 7 Aug 2013 17:06 EDT
Bien, mi pregunta es si ustedes tienen el servicion de traducir una carta de defuccion en espanol.y cuales son los requisitos.
santiago lezama
Mon, 15 Jul 2013 21:44 EDT
hola tengo una pregunta no se cual es la fecha k tengo k ingresar y entegar el permiso por que tengo dos fechas la primera dice fecha de vencimiente 21/07/2013 y la otra fecha dice periodo para el computo de dias 26/08/2013
Angelica
Thu, 13 Jun 2013 13:34 EDT
Wow ok so no se si todas las ciudades son asi se irresponsables se supone que bienen a trabajar duro los mexicanos pero xq trabajamos en el consulado estoi exempt de travajar duro ok no es justo cm dice mi sobrinita el 1877)639-4835 si te quieren ayudar desde mexico? Pero no se les entiende o escucha :(
David Robinson
Wed, 29 May 2013 14:02 EDT
Cancelling Our Cruise to Mexico in December - Yanira Maldonado
As of Today, My wife and I are cancelling our cruise to Mexico in December in protest of the horrible detention of Yanira Maldonado. We will do everything in our power to convince all we know to skip Mexican tourism for their own safety. Really, it was bad enough that we had to worry about driving our own vehicles over the border, now we have to worry about riding on Mexican buses and end up wrongfully thrown into jail??!!! How sad is this state of affairs??!!!
carolina
Thu, 16 May 2013 11:59 EDT
dallas tx
Tengo una prgunta me dijeron q buscara un telefono el la web y ningun telefono sirve y uno trabaja hasta tarde y ya no alcansa a ir a la ofesina deben d serrar mas tarde este servisio no me gusta nada
J. Rodriguez
Fri, 5 Apr 2013 10:52 EDT
Why is the Mexican Consulate, Dallas only open for 4 hours? That's not enough time especially if they get a break and etc and cuts more into these hours. Here in the USA, we work 8 hours. Are They lazy or what? They make it extremely hard for their services. What do they do the rest of the 4 hours? I am sure The USA are the hard working people. People come from far and just to wait and then the office close and they have to travel back without any help. Those people there just run around doing nothing.

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