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Update: Mexican Consulate returns to MEO in Wailuku to process documents

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Mexican Consulate visits draw crowds as residents seek to process documents, such as passports and birth certificates. This visit in 2012 was held at St. Theresa Church in Kihei. PC: Maui Economic Opportunity

Update: Residents urged to fill out online survey

All appointment slots for the Mexican Consulate visit on March 26 and 27 at Maui Economic Opportunity Family Center in Wailuku have been filled, but there is a chance that slots may open up for Maui residents.

The Consulate web and phone system accepted appointments from the Mainland and throughout Hawaii, and there is some question about whether all who signed up will show.

MEO, which is assisting the Consulate and hosting the event, is surveying community needs and encouraging Maui residents unable to secure an appointment to fill out the online form by midnight Sunday, March 20.

The link to the form is https://forms.gle/GiFLoorjTSfWCtSN9.

Consulate officials will be at MEO, 99 Mahalani St., in-person from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. both days to process Mexican passports, Consular IDs, voting cards, birth certificates and civil registries. In-person visits to Maui have been postponed due to the pandemic.

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MEO will be organizing a Hispanic Heritage Resource Fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. March 26 in conjunction with the Consulate visit. Organizations in the community will be available to answer questions and provide information on services ranging from legal to food availability.

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Mexican Consulate returns to MEO in Wailuku to process documents

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After two years of postponement due to the pandemic, the Mexican Consulate will return to Maui Economic Opportunity to process documents, such as passports and birth certificates, by appointment from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. March 26 and 27 in Wailuku. 

Services include processing of Mexican passports, Consular IDs, voting cards, birth certificates and civil registries.  

For passports, the consulate said the items will not be delivered during the Maui visit. Applicants must provide a self-addressed, stamped envelope for mailing at a later date. 

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Appointments are required and can be scheduled online or by phone at 1 (424) 309-0009. Document requirements are available here.

The visit this weekend will be held in the MEO Family Center parking lot, 99 Mahalani St. in Wailuku. 

The consulate had postponed in-person visits to the island due to the pandemic for the past two years. 

Also, MEO will be organizing a Hispanic Heritage Resource Fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. March 26 in conjunction with the consulate visit. There will be food trucks onsite on both days. 

Organizations in the community will be available to answer questions and provide information on services ranging from legal to food availability. 

For more information, contact MEO Enlace Hispano at (808) 243-4320. 

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