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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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Joe Carter
Thu, 30 May 2013 12:15 EDT
Yanira Maldonado
The detention of Yanira Maldonado is nothing more than a corrupt attempt to extort money from an American citizen. Free her immediately and return her to her family. Given the level of corruption in Mexican law enforcement and the judicial system, nobody believes any of these charges. This is just one more reason not to travel to Mexico for any reason!
Michael Seaburgh
Wed, 29 May 2013 20:57 EDT
Detention Yanira Maldonado
The Mexican goverment should be ashamed of what is happening with yanira Maldonado. I am half mexican, half Dutch and a u.s. citizen being born here in the USA in New Mexico.
I hope your office is doing all you can for the release of mrs. Maldonado. Your office should be demanding the release of mrs. Maldonado. It's no secret how corrupt the federal Mexican police force is. I am leering everyone that I know that has plans to travel to any part of Mexico to cancel their plans. I have been to Mexico in the past and found the people of Mexico to be caring and hospitable. It is sad that your system of justice in this case is a fiasco. The judge should be follow the governing laws of Mexico. But it seems to me he may be part of the corruption going on in this case.
Please do all you can to correct this horrible injustice being committed. Thank you.
David Robinson
Wed, 29 May 2013 14:00 EDT
Cancelling Our Cruise to Mexico in December - Yanira Maldonado
As of Today, My wife and I are cancelling our cruise to Mexico in December in protest of the horrible detention of Yanira Maldonado. We will do everything in our power to convince all we know to skip Mexican tourism for their own safety. Really, it was bad enough that we had to worry about driving our own vehicles over the border, now we have to worry about riding on Mexican buses and end up wrongfully thrown into jail??!!! How sad is this state of affairs??!!!
Arlo Smith
Tue, 28 May 2013 12:00 EDT
how insane!
This is a comment on common sense.
Why would a mother of 7 children and a Morman (im not) who generally have a focus on drinking nothing stronger than Coke, risk so much for so little.
And, what about the three people sitting around her. Or, the other 50 people on the bus (including the driver) who would have an opportunity to stash drugs under someone else's seat.
Would you do that? No one with an ounce of sense would be so stupid as to put an illegal drug under thier own seat.
Oh my God, will someone in the Mexican government start thinking with their brain. What a damn farce.

Oh, I was planning on taking my girl friend to Cabo next Janurary.

Not now. I will not visit Mexico for a damn thing since no one in the government down there seems to have a lick of a brain.
ana maria ayala manzo
Fri, 24 May 2013 21:15 EDT
acta nacimiento y una defuncion
Sun, 14 Apr 2013 01:35 EDT
M i padre murio en phoenix,
Quisiera saber si el consulado
Se encarga de reportar la muerte
De mexicanos en USA.
Mon, 25 Mar 2013 17:13 EDT
Can I get back to the United States if I've lost my Visa?
tom kolleck and guadalupe corona
Thu, 21 Mar 2013 14:32 EDT
changing name in passport
i would like to make an appt to have my wifes name changed in her passport to my last name
Juan morales
Tue, 12 Mar 2013 15:20 EDT
El consulado lo toman Como un negocio
No es lo dicen ayudar a la comunidad
Y es mucho dinero lo que cobran

por cualquier
Pero no nos queda de otra
Natalie Stevens
Fri, 21 Dec 2012 00:37 EST
Jon Hammar
while we love going down to Puerto Penasco, a trip will not be made again unless Jon Hammar is freed quickly.

Your country has a right to be upset regarding Fast & Furious; this man isn't involved.

The Stevens Family

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