Mexican flag Consulate of Mexico in Orlando

Address2550 Technology Dr.
Orlando, FL 32804
Phonelocal: (407) 422.0514
international: +1.407.422.0514
Faxlocal: (407) 422.9633
international: +1.407.422.9633
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Wed, 25 Mar 2015 09:36 EDT
Nobody answer
Called during work hours, diled ext, nobody there. Why do they give you ext# if they know that nobody would answer.
tom mcgrath
Thu, 12 Feb 2015 10:45 EST
presidents day
is the consulate open on
16 feb,2015 president's day in the USA
Geraldine Weis
Wed, 3 Dec 2014 08:09 EST
tried to call, left messages, sent e mails did not get any answers back, I tried to make an appointment, but nothing so I am going to drive to Orland from North Port Florida just to see if I can talk to some one about my problem, I was left property in Mexico when friend died, and want to put property in my name,need help.
Mon, 13 Oct 2014 15:57 EDT
I would like information,on how can I bring my nice to USA as a tourist?Im a USA citizen.
MK Dyanesh
Wed, 3 Sep 2014 10:55 EDT
Visa for Cruise Passenger
Do we (India Passport holders) need Visa to visit Cozumel for 10 - 12 hours as part of Cruise itinerary? Please respond at the earliest. Thanks & regards. MK
Fri, 8 Aug 2014 15:49 EDT
Well I came here to find out information on how to get a Cedula ID card for myself and my Father but, I see there are allot un-answer questions here. I'm a naturilize citizen of the USA but was born in Mexico. My Dad is a permanent resident here and citizen of Mexico but, does not have his Mexican Cedula. We want to visit several of our relatives in Mexico and would like to get one before heading there.
For many of you asking if you need a visa to visit Mexico, you do not need one but, you do need your American Passport.
For those asking about becoming a permanent resident of Mexico there are several ways you can do that. Most common are.
If you asking for permanent residency do to being merry to a Mexican national.
You can get a work visa or investor Visa as well.
However you can stay in most Latin American countries for 90 to 120 days as a tourist at the end of that time you have to go to another country for a day and can go back into Mexico for another 90 or 120 days. One of the only countries (that I know of)that has a limit of 30 days only is Costa Rica.
You can also get a Student Visa, lets say you want to go take courses to learn Spanish or get actual Degree as well.
Hope that helps some of you.
pablo echeverria
Thu, 8 May 2014 09:39 EDT
double citizenship
i been trying to get information on how to get my double citizenship.I need to know who to contact,phone number and or extension,What legal documments i need to have and if i need an appoinment to do so.I will appreciatte any information i can get from the Mexican Consulate in Orlando.Thank you.
lawrence white
Tue, 29 Apr 2014 15:25 EDT
hours the consulate is open
I want to go to Mexican consulate in Orlando please let me know the hours they are open and the days
Tue, 18 Mar 2014 18:32 EDT
I drove to 2550 technology dr and it is closed. Lock on gate. Closed Feb 17, 2014. Notice posted on the gate.
Toni Montes
Wed, 12 Mar 2014 15:22 EDT
try to get app. for a new passport they don't pick up the phone only recordings come over the phone how to talk to a live person does any one know .

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