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Address901 Convention Center Boulevard, Suite 119
New Orleans, LA 70130
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Kim Gallego
Thu, 19 Jul 2018 15:22 EDT
Renew my temporary resident visa
I have tried the phone 100 times. I would like to know how I can renew my temporary residency card. It expires January 29,2019. How can I do it online please.
Should I show up early at consulate. Which documents will I need?
Thank you!
Nina Tran
Sat, 3 Mar 2018 13:46 EST
I have US green card and Vietnamese Passport. Am I able to travel to Cancun Mexico?
Robert Garon
Fri, 2 Dec 2016 11:15 EST
Passport Requirement
I just posted a message seeking status on the 6 month validity requirement for a US passport. Does Mexico still require a US passport to be valid for 6 months from date of entry? The website suggests not but I would like confirmation. I forgot to leave my contact # 504-581-6200. Many thanks in advance.
Brenda Howell
Tue, 17 May 2016 09:53 EDT
Please contact me or give me a number that I may set-up an appointment for my friend, worker that is Mexician. Thanks for any assistance you can give. 601-297-8357
Tue, 15 Sep 2015 20:10 EDT
Baby born in USA
I have two friends that came to the US on school or work permits, the papers expired several years ago. They had a baby this year. I would like to know if they can get papers for the family to become legal. The parents are both hard working good people. Please advise.
Sat, 4 Jul 2015 20:37 EDT
My fiance has been in the us for 12 years now. We have a child together. Im trying tofigure out how he can become legal. Please help!!
Mon, 11 May 2015 15:33 EDT
dual citizenship
My children's are usa born to american mom and mexican father. I was wondering if I can apply in new orleans for dual citizenship for my children? Also, I was wondering how can I as their mom get dual citizenship since I have divorced my 2x husbands both mexicans. Please can you help?
Wed, 29 Apr 2015 09:41 EDT
I'm really I'm sure they won't do nothing about it
what time your nomie leon Cruz well she will know his passport and she will go on the only ones with a husband and she and she still married to another but she have social security not belong to her and she don't have no permit to work here and I do not know how she go with it she not supposed to be working where another person another nameI cannot tell you somebody in charge supposed to be investigating this and they don't
Wed, 29 Apr 2015 08:55 EDT
she use another show security to work and no permit to work here
Noemi Cruz leon she have a social security don't belong to her and she don't have no permit to work here she lying to taxes IRS and she will working both jobs working Island View and Golden Nogget and other also hotel so she going to renew his passport but really you gotta conservate about this lie for resident of United States and she was looking for us papers to be president of United States but really she commit all the law and I'll write you this because it's very true and she is a sample a lot of people do one other social security from another person thank you very much
michael t. vogt
Thu, 1 Jan 2015 12:40 EST
Appointment at mex. consulate temp. perm resident visa
my email is

hello, I am married to a Mexican nationalist for 2 years. She is a teacher in Aguascalientes,mx. I plan to retire there in july 2015 on a social security of 2100 us dollars a month. my question is can I get a temporary permanent resident visa in mexico or do I need to make an appointment at the Mexican consulate in new Orleans since I am a resident of Louisiana and if so how do I make an appointment?

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