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Spanish flag Consulate-General of Spain in Houston

Address1800 Bering Drive, Suite 660
Houston, TX 77057
USA
Phonelocal: (713) 783.6200
international: +1.713.783.6200
Faxlocal: (713) 783.6166
international: +1.713.783.6166
Emailcog.houston@maec.es

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Miss Bayo Elizabeth Cary AA BA MLIS
Fri, 6 Jun 2014 10:53 EDT
Political Prisoner Hostage Torture Victim and a homeless Refugee in my own country for almost 5 years now!
June 6 2014 I have already been to the French Embassy and the Italian Embassy Consulate offices this morning here in Houston TEXAS. Someone tried to run me over in a black SUV on my way from the French Consulate office to the Itlaian Consulates offices. The receptionist at the French Consulate office was rude with impunity at me. The French Consulates receptionist called me a liar and told me that my sition is not an emergency. i am having a very difficult time walking. i have no money. My luggage is too heavy for me. I have no housing or shelter or food stamps. I have a severe brochitis. I have been homeless in the US for almost 5 years now because I was blacklisted in 2008. I have not even been offered a job interview since 2008. bayo.cary1@aol.com 352 226 6917 I have no accrss to toilet or shower. I am filthy sick and exhausted. Any help that you are willing to provide me with is greatly appreciated. Like the French Consulate the Italian Consulate cannot see me today. I require emergency assistance. My children and I require emergency immediate evacuation assistance out of the US to Europe. I have no friends or family in the US other than my children. Thank you for your assistance. I am well educated and premedical and prelegal. I am not a drug abuser or prostitute and neither are my 3 children. Thank you again!
alone
Mon, 19 May 2014 13:10 EDT
abuse
does a women being abused by her husband...have any right to divorce him..without repercussions of her and her children being sent back to spain ..she works here she is from spain..is there a advocate to protect her from husband and not jeopardize her position...?
Mohrokh Hedayati M.D.
Fri, 18 Apr 2014 13:10 EDT
We be going to Spain for tourism in May, Do we need visa?
mike harris
Fri, 19 Jul 2013 14:28 EDT
brochures on spain
can you send me the above, thank you Mike Harris, 1601 south shepherd, number 29, houston, texas 77019
babouin77
Tue, 2 Jul 2013 16:11 EDT
Travel parole
Can I apply for a spanish visit VISA if I have a US travel parole instead of the residency card since I am still waiting for the Card in the mail?

Thanks
joseph fassinger
Tue, 2 Jul 2013 12:54 EDT
visa
I would like to know how I can obtain a residence and work permit in the country of spain.
Jim Thrash
Sat, 18 May 2013 07:37 EDT
I need a Visa and Work Permit for Spain
I have had extreme difficulty in finding the correct process for applying and receiving a proper Visa and Work Permit. I need to know how to schedule an appointment; how much the fee is; how to get the proper documents; etc. Any suggestins? Thank You
Angi M
Tue, 14 May 2013 08:31 EDT
Unprofessional Stuff
Noone is ansvering phone, left messages so many time.Finally got some one on the phone. The person could not ansver my questin, but told me she will call me back.Never did. I had to call them over and over again.The whole experience could not be worst and it is understatement.Drag, Delay.
M jackson
Tue, 9 Apr 2013 16:21 EDT
Availability of information
It is unfortunate but as I can see am not the only person frustrated by the lack of availability of personal to answer legitimate questions,
Nina Long
Sat, 17 Nov 2012 13:26 EST
Taking guns to Spain
We are traveling to Spain in March 2013 to hunt. What do we need to carry guns into Spain

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