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Address1549 India St.
San Diego, CA 92101
Phonelocal: (619) 231.8414
international: +1.619.231.8414
Faxlocal: (619) 231.4802
international: +1.619.231.4802
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Sun, 12 Aug 2012 01:42 EDT
Still waiting.
Here we are in the middle of August and still no response from the representative for the Mexican Consul in Hawaii, I'm trying to get some information on the updating a Mexican passport locally, can't afford to fly to San Diego, CA. for a couple of days just to do this. Please, if anyone knows any info on the next time the Consulate will be out in the Hawaiian Islands please reply.
Aloha, L. Vasquez.
Tue, 31 Jul 2012 20:28 EDT
Mexican Consulate in Hawaii
I've tried numerous times to get my calls returned by the person representing the Mexican consul, A.Kr....., but haven't heard from him, I need to find out when the next group of Mexican official's will be visiting Hawaii so we can update my husbands passport.
david martinez
Tue, 31 Jul 2012 20:21 EDT
need help
i am a US citizen and my daughter was born in Tijuana, she's naturalized but i have a problem. Her passport expired and i have lost her birth certificate. Where can i go to obtain another birth certificate. Also can you tell me how long the process will be.
I really would appreciate it so much. Thank you for your time.
anthony miranti
Mon, 23 Jul 2012 15:43 EDT
auto permit
I wish to travel to Guadalajara using my US registered car. May I get the necessary Tourist Card or Visa and the auto permit for the auto at your India St address.
Thank You
anthony miranti
Jose Chavez
Thu, 28 Jun 2012 01:03 EDT
Mexican Passport to aboard airplane
para subir a el avion de San Diego A San Francisco con Pasaporte Mexicano sin visa seria un problema?
Thomas R. Hodder
Mon, 18 Jun 2012 20:35 EDT
How can I get my Mexican wife into the United States
I am legally married in Mexico to my wife and she has just qualified and will receive her Mexican passport shortly.How, if at all, can she legally qualify to cross the border into the United States of America?
Mon, 11 Jun 2012 13:24 EDT
Can I visit Calipatria Prison with my Matricula Id?
So Iam currently working on my Legal status therefore the ONLY ID I Own is my MATRICULA CONSULAR ID... My Question is the following: Can i use this ID to VISIT MY HUSBAND currently incarcerrated at the CALIPATRIA STATE PRISON?????? PLEASE I NEED to see MY HUSBAND its been almost a year......
Heidi R. Olson
Sun, 22 Apr 2012 20:27 EDT
I need to obtain a Visa for Mexico/Cancun. We do have passports. I have surfed your site and cannot find information on this subject. I have also called and there is also insufficient information.

Thanks so much,
Heidi R. Olson
Wed, 7 Sep 2011 22:18 EDT
Timeshare Victim Assistance
Why can not we get more information out to protect American visitors to Mexico from Timeshare Fraud? I've read hundreds of complaints from The Villa del Palmar and Arco in Cabo of the same fradulent practices. Their headquarters is in San Diego. Why isn't the Mexican and US Governments working together to protect it's citizens and visitors? Mexico already has a travel advisory and now the well-versed theif we have to watch out for as well. Please advise...........

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