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Nicaraguan flag Consulate-General of Nicaragua in Houston

Address8989 Westheimer #103
Houston, TX 77063
Phonelocal: (713) 789.2762
international: +1.713.789.2762
Faxlocal: (713) 789.3164
international: +1.713.789.3164
HoursLunes a Viernes 9:00am - 5:00pm

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Tue, 13 Aug 2013 14:14 EDT
Por esta razon nuestros paises no prosperan por poner gente no capacitada para asistir a su pueblo en el exterior, Ademas de perder divisas, pierden la confianza con personas arrogantes que no saben valorar a su pais. Tambien me llama la atencion de que solo trabajen unas horas y determinados dias espero que no les estemos pagando por ocho horas que no trabajan, Lastima que exista mucha pobreza en nuestro pais y en el exterior se esten aprovechando de nuestros recursos economicos.
Tue, 6 Aug 2013 13:15 EDT
the worse service pesimo servicio
Ese personal es incompetente no te dan la informacion necesaria te hacen esperan especialmente la Michell Rodriguez, nunca contestan El telefono. Necesitan mejor personal
Tue, 6 Aug 2013 10:36 EDT
Con todo RESPETO este El peor sevicio. Las trabajadoras son unas incompentes no te informan bien te hacen esperar. SON LO PEOR. Y NUNCA CONTESTAN EL TELEFONO :(
Thu, 13 Jun 2013 10:34 EDT
Will be visiting this office
Hello to all I will be paying a visit to this office next week. I will then be able to verify if it is really that busy like they say. Believe me I will be posting about my experience.
Hola a todos la semana que viene visitare esta oficina para verificar si en realidad es cierto que estan muy ocupados para que no contesten esos telefonos. Y crean me que si regresare y escibire mi experencia. Gracias.
Tue, 21 May 2013 17:33 EDT
i need to get my passport
i have calling for 2 days and no one has answer the phone ! pleased answer me ! is very urgen that i get my passport ! thnak you
Mon, 20 May 2013 13:28 EDT
memorial weekend
Need to find out if you will be open memorial day. May 27, 2013.
Mary Winston
Wed, 8 May 2013 11:31 EDT
Hello.....Answer the phone!
I have been trying to call the Consulate of Nicaragua for over 2 weeeks now. I am calling between the hours of 9-1, I am also calling the number 713-789-2762 number. There has not been an answer yet. I called the Embassy in Washington, DC and they played stupid and said that Houston was very busy. Okay, no one is that busy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Answer the phone so we can plan the trip to Houston to obtain a visa for a non US resident to travel to Nicaragua for a mission trip.

Wed, 17 Apr 2013 10:47 EDT
No Answer
I have been trying to call for about a week already at different times of the day and there is NEVER an answer. There is not even a voicemail for anyone to return a call back. It almost feels as if this is something bogus.... Can someone please answer the phone so we can take care of what we need!!!! This is SO FRUSTRATING!!!!
Fri, 15 Mar 2013 16:29 EDT
This is the worse service..
steven palm
Fri, 27 Apr 2012 12:13 EDT
bogus consulate
I think this consulate is a bogus cover-up. I have tried calling for over 3 months to get some help on becoming a nicaraguan resident. I live in nicaragua now, but I need my birth certificate authenticated by the consulate. They NEVER answer the phone. I told the other consulates, but they don't care. Good job guys: getting paid for doing no work.

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