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Mexican flag Consulate-General of Mexico in Denver

Address5350 Leetsdale Drive, Suite 100
Denver, CO 80246
Phonelocal: (303) 331.1110
international: +1.303.331.1110
Faxlocal: (303) 331.1110
international: +1.303.331.1110
Web sitehttp://portal.sre.gob.mx/denver
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Comments on this Consulate-General

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Embarrassing service
Fri, 24 Jul 2015 11:38 EDT
Stupid phone tree, no return emails
No one answers the phone, I have left 3 voicemails for someone who is supposed to assist in making appointments, and sent 3 emails. No return calls and no emails. I sincerely hope Mexican nationals are receiving better service than I am!
Serving papers in Mexico?
Thu, 23 Jul 2015 17:24 EDT
Phone Tree
The phone tree needs fixing. It literally makes loops, and none of the extentions lead to anything except the initial phone tree. And the alternate number is only consistently busy.

But perhaps someone out there knows the answer - how do I serve divorce papers to someone in Mexico???
Thu, 9 Jul 2015 18:30 EDT
Excellent service
I have received excellent and patient service from Blanca. I couldn't reach the office via telephone, but my email was answered within 24hrs and Blanca has assisted me quickly and kindly with the information I need, and hopefully I will receive my visa in time.
Thank you to the hard work and kindness, Blanca!
A. Hall
Mon, 6 Jul 2015 14:23 EDT
Visa Information
I have been trying to be in contact with someone about visa information. I have called multiple times and sent multiple emails, but I have received no responses.
Teresa Bailey
Tue, 30 Jun 2015 18:34 EDT
require assistance-US citizen
I am a US Citizen born of a Mexican mother who became a US Citizen years after my birth. I would like to apply for dual citizenship. What do I need to do/know to start this process.

thank you!
Stephen Conner
Tue, 23 Jun 2015 13:10 EDT
Is there a real person who works there?
Do not dial the main number. It keeps looping you back to the main menu. There is no one home. There is no live person to communicate your issues with and no one responds to your email. This is absurd!
mike welch
Thu, 4 Jun 2015 13:28 EDT
How to obtain resident visa
How is one to make an appointment to to see the person who handles Temporary and Permanent resident visa's when no one answers the phone.
Cliente insatisfecho
Mon, 27 Apr 2015 20:59 EDT
Servicio al Cliente
Hoy tube cita y no sinve de nada el personal es nada professional desde los security guards hasta la cajera. Es triste y vergonsoso que Sean asi. Despues de mas de 5 horas. Y muchos corajes me hablaron para recivir mi pasaporte puse UN comentario y lo borraron. Es triste que ni los empleados hablen singles y se enojen porque el español de uno no es bueno.
Señores y Señoras del consul este comentario espero no sea borrado es mi derecho de Dar mi opinion.
Espero mejoren y contraten personas con educacion y preparada para Que no se les critique.
Unsatisfied Customer
Mon, 27 Apr 2015 16:35 EDT
The service
I thought the point of making an appointment was to speed up the process. Specially because of the demand of documents. When I arrived there was no signs at sight to direct traffic, I asked the security guard, and not amused he asked if I had an appointment I said Yes, and pointed to my left and said take a sit over there. I asked will someone call my name or number? And again he said I will call you when they are ready for you. When I checked in the lady was polite and helpful, when my name was called the gentleman was chatting with everyone while I stand there he asked to spell my sister's last name and I spelled it in English and he said "Can you spell it in Spanish". My Spanish isn't great but shouldn't everyone speak English here? The cashier was not helpful she was too busy complaining about how she was not trusted enough there. After three attempts I was told to come back in two hrs to Window #9. Overall very disappointed at the service, I can say the people in the waiting area was feeling the same way since I overheard more than a few people complaining.
Thu, 26 Feb 2015 17:50 EST

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