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Mexican flag Consulate-General of Mexico in Phoenix

Address1990 West Camelback Road, Suite 110
Phoenix, AZ 85015
Phonelocal: (602) 242.7398
international: +1.602.242.7398
Faxlocal: (602) 242.2957
international: +1.602.242.2957
Web sitehttp://portal.sre.gob.mx/phoenix
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Angelica Zamudio
Mon, 10 Feb 2014 17:13 EST
Dual Citizenship
What do I need to do to obtain my dual citizenship. My father is from Mexico I so far all I know I that I need proof of that, but I have no idea what else is needed?
Javed Yousaf
Mon, 25 Nov 2013 20:50 EST
Visa Requirements for Mixco Visa for Pakistani Passport from Pakistan
Dear Sir!

Would you please guide me about the visa requirements for the Mixco visa Pakistani Passport from Pakistan.

Javed Yousaf
Thu, 14 Nov 2013 13:40 EST
whats the # to make an appointment for the matricula?
I've calling to this number 1 877-639-4835 and that line doesn't work. I need to make an appointment before the 20th. Thanks!
sherry sheridan
Mon, 30 Sep 2013 19:05 EDT
importation of car
hello, I have a vehicle that was imported to mexico in 0ct. 2001 with a 2 yr. permit. I am bringing the car out next week, a year overdue. Can I bring in another car a week later? Thanking you for any info you may have.
Jan Shriver
Thu, 12 Sep 2013 12:45 EDT
Does anyone know the hours of operation and the address of the Mexican immigration office in Nogales Mexico. I need to turn in my paperwork and get fingerprinted for my permanent visa but don't know how to find the place. If anyone has the answer please email me at janmshriver@yahoo.com Thanks.

Jan Shriver
Thu, 12 Sep 2013 12:41 EDT
This is a response to James Thoman.

You can put Mexican plates on your new car (legally import it to Mx) but it is a tedious and expensive proposition. If you live in Mexico full time it may be worth it but if you are a part time resident the better solution might be to buy a cheap Mexican plated car. We lived in Mexico for 10 years and had one Mx plated car and one US plated car. We just moved to the Phoenix area; sold our Mx plated car and brought our US plated car with us. No matter what, it is very clear that you may NOT have a foreign plated car (big problems if you try) if you have a permanent status. If you decide to put Mx plates (import) on your new car beware. There are lots of scams; people who say they can do that for you and just take your money and disappear. If you are just part time living in Mx (a snowbird or a sunbird) you could be better off with a temporary rather than a permanent visa. It really depends on your situation. Although I'm no expert if you want to ask me anything you can contact me at janmshriver@yahoo.com Good luck.
Fri, 19 Jul 2013 16:00 EDT
Despues de no poder conseguir el pasaport mexicano en Phenix, pense que en Guadalajara(nuestra tierra natal) seria super facil. Pues no, alla hay que pagar al de enfrente al del medio y al que aprueba o no tus documentos. A causa de la impotencia y ver que a los empleados de gobierno les falta cordialidad, honradez y madre me puse enferma frente a un mastodonte que me atendia. A este tipo y a los demas empleados les importaria mas si vieran morir un perro. Con toda mi documentacion que muestra que soy mejor mexicana que ellos, me negaron mi pasaporte y se quedaron con el dinero que pague (955.00pesos) Ah debes pagar al banco por adelantado. Cuantos pasaportes son negados? Cuanto dinero se quedan para sus amantes y droga? Ahorita es mas facil que un narco consiga los pasaports que quiera para que sigan matando a la juventud y suenos mexicanos. Tan rico y pobre mi pais!
Thu, 18 Jul 2013 14:21 EDT
It's crazy to see What Arizona has become! It sadness me to know Americans love to eat Mexican food , have Mexicans pick thier crops, clean thier nice hotel rooms, do thier yard work nd any n all other jobs that thy r not willing to do WE do it to support our families. So its beyond me how they want all this From us but at the same time they don't want us here in thier so called "Land of the Free" (ya right) the Good thing is no matter how hard they try "they" will never be able to get us out of here! We r an asset like no other!
James Thoman
Wed, 17 Jul 2013 14:52 EDT
Car Importation for Mexican Permanent Residents
In November of 2012 the Mexican Government did away with immigration classifications known as FM2's and FM3's and replaced them with "Temporary Residents" and "Permanent Residents". In November 2012 our FM3 expired and we were told by Mexican Immigration that we should consider applying for a new "Permanent Resident" as we had lived in Mexico for five years. We did this and received our permanent resident status but were told that we could continue to bring down our Arizona plated car without any problem, similar to what we had done under the FM3. Subsequently, it became apparent that this was not true and that only cars older than 2007 could be imported into Mexico. Permanent residents were not allowed to bring foreign plated vehicles into Mexico. Unfortunately in September, 2012 we purchased a new vehicle in Phoenix and now find we can't take it back to Mexico with Arizona plates or can we import it into Mexico. Does anyone have any suggestions on what we should do so we could keep our car and take it to Mexico?
Fri, 21 Jun 2013 11:17 EDT

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