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Mexican flag Consulate of Mexico in Philadelphia

AddressThe Bourse Building, Suite 310
111 South Independence Mall East
Philadelphia, PA 19106
Phonelocal: (215) 922.4312
international: +1.215.922.4312
Faxlocal: (215) 923.7281
international: +1.215.923.7281
Web sitehttp://www.sre.gob.mx/filadelfia
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Thu, 15 Oct 2015 17:03 EDT
Need Information regarding travel of a minor
My granddaughter will be traveling with my sister to visit me in Mexico. Since she will not be traveling with her parents nor anyone who shares her last name I was wondering if any steps need to be taken prior to her departure. She is 6 years old. I have left several messages at the consulate but have not gotten a return call. Thanks
Tue, 18 Aug 2015 10:38 EDT
can someone answer phone
ive been calling and calling can someone please tell me how do i get to talk to a person
An ACTUAL American
Sun, 8 Mar 2015 00:35 EST
Y'all need to shut up about your darn soldiers. They're not hot sh*t. They're responsible for more deaths than most "terrorist" organizations COMBINED. They're not heroes. They're killers. And you're teaching your kids to be like them. You are all brainwashed to oblivion. They're not protecting America, they are imperializing. This is why no foreigner likes us and why we are the butt of every political joke outside the US. Please educate yourselves on your own government. These people you are insulting have more dignity than ANY of your Hellish "soldiers" and yourselves. They do all the tough jobs, while being discriminated and KILLED by us. WE are the problem. Not them. Oh, and by the way, WE are the ILLEGAL immigrants. The real Americans are the Native Americans. We stole THEIR land. I am disgusted by my own culture and I honestly hope we all die before everyone else in the world, so that maybe the world can be peaceful and happy for ONCE.

To all y'all who had to see those horrible comments, I apologize on behalf of all Americans for making y'alls lives hell. I really hope you find peace and ignore the typical American dumb patriotism. Our country is not better than any and will NEVER be.
Greg. Tavera
Sat, 28 Feb 2015 21:08 EST
Moving to Mexico
Hola atodos! Necesito ayuda, planeo mover me a puerto Vallarta ,pienso llevarme solo Lo principal pero no me es posible ,en avion alguien puede recomendarme algun servicio de mudanzas ,de philadelphia a Mexico. Agradeceria su ayuda. Gracias
Rta Paez
Tue, 21 Oct 2014 12:26 EDT
Centro Cultural Latinos Unidos, Inc
I need to set up an appoiment to passaport and matricula consular, Ubalda Sanchez marquez
june 29/78-
Carmen Gonzalez- mayo 23/75- passaport and matricula consular
Tue, 14 Oct 2014 09:36 EDT
Mexican Citizen? Mexican National?
My 19 year old son is a sophomore in college and is filling out ROTC paperwork for a background check. He was born in LA and his mother was born in Mexico City. We got him a mexican passport when he was 2 years of age in 1997. It expired a year later--- 1998--- it was never used or renewed.
The dual nationality laws have changed so much. The paperwork asks if he is a dual citizen. Is it incorrect to answer NO? An additional question asks if he has ever been issued a passport from another country. He would of course, answer yes. Appreciate any guidance.
Bob W
Wed, 1 Oct 2014 21:22 EDT
Free Our Marine
Ok, you made your point, your border security is better than ours.
Lets cut off all aide until our U.S. Marine comes home!
Send in the SEALS!
priscilla casciano
Fri, 19 Sep 2014 20:21 EDT
temporario residencia in MX
I have a condo in San Jose del Cabo,MX. I also have a car:Nissan Tsuuru 2002, and last yr I could not register it because I do not have a "residencia temporioria." I need to know what I take to Philadelphia(2 1/2 drive) to take care of this business so I can drive my car in MX. I called and sent an email. I hope to make this trip only once if possible. I plan to travel there in November, so I want to be cleared before then. Can I get a visa application to fill out before
Fri, 19 Sep 2014 11:08 EDT
Information needed for undocumented and obtaining a visa
I work for a clinic where we have a large number of undocumented patient's. Need general information on the process (if there is one) for an undocumented individual to obtain a visa. Thanks
Thu, 11 Sep 2014 12:57 EDT
it's a shame that the personnel in there treat most of the Mexican citizen as a foreing person when you going to request and pay for the "services" they offer. where is the help Mexican government? doesn't do nothing about to help ID ourselves in USA.

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