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Other embassies and consulates in Houston

Mexican flag Consulate-General of Mexico in Houston

Address4507 San Jacinto Street
Houston, TX 77004
Phonelocal: (713) 271.6800
international: +1.713.271.6800
Faxlocal: (713) 779.0701
international: +1.713.779.0701
Web sitehttp://www.sre.gob.mx/houston
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Holly Anderson
Wed, 17 Aug 2011 16:19 EDT
Ventanilla De Salud
is this program available to the Deep East Texas region - Lufkin or Jasper Texas?
Wed, 27 Jul 2011 00:56 EDT
How to bring a relative to a US funeral (or to see someone very sick)
This is called a Humanitarian Visa or Parole. You go to the Mexican Consulate on Caroline Street in Houston, 2nd floor, Department of Protection. Take your passport to be responsible for the person or 2 people coming to the US temporarily. Take the sick person's birth certificate. Take the person or persons who are coming copy of their birth certificate and "electoral" or other Identification copy too. Take a hospital letter or funeral letter too. It is not difficult to do this. They have to enter the US through Laredo, TX.
Robert A. Fernandez
Mon, 25 Jul 2011 10:41 EDT
vehicle permit
My husband is going to Mexico and he wants to know if he can get his car permit here before he goes?He is from Mexico,but has lived in the States for over 50 years.
Thu, 21 Jul 2011 16:04 EDT
Can someone help me with the following question.
What is the process to have a bank in Mexico transfer monies to a USA Bank.
The money is in both my father and mother.
My father has passed away, and my mother does not want to travel to Mex. (80 years of age). A response with information is greatly appreciated.
claudia tinoco rivera
Thu, 21 Apr 2011 12:22 EDT
buenos dias mire mi nombre es claudia y quisiera que mee ayuden tengo un familiar con problemas en el estado de alabama les pido de la manera mas atenta si me podrian contatar con alguien que le pueda exponer mi caso y que me pueda ayudar... de verdad es muy urgente y les estaria muy gradecida si me ayudan o que me digan con quien puedo hablar de verdad me urge gracias les dejo mi numero de celular si se puede conunicar conmigo; 045 271 101 72 28. atentamente Claudia tinoco rivera.
German Castillo
Fri, 25 Mar 2011 11:57 EDT
Please... I need information on a Humanitarian Visa.
Does anyone have any information about this, I have been waiting for someone to respond from the Consulate but no Luck so far, please if any of you had done this before, please post your comment and shine some light this way... Thanks!!!

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