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Mexican consulate to visit MEO to process passports, documents

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The Mexican Consulate serviced 480 appointments and walk-ins when it visited Maui Economic Opportunity on March 26 and 27. It was the first in-person Consulate visit in two years due to the pandemic.

The Mexican Consulate returns to Maui Economic Opportunity for the second time this year from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 1 and 2, to process passports, voter credentials, and other documents by appointment.

Appointments can be made online at citas.sre.gob.mx, by phone at 1 (424) 309-0009 or through social media at #MiConsulado.  More information can be found at https://consulmex.sre.gob.mx/sanfrancisco/.

Staff from the San Francisco office of the Consulate will be at MEO, 99 Mahalani St., Wailuku, behind the J. Walter Cameron Center.

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Some tips for those meeting with Consulate officials:

  • If seeking a passport, an official ID, birth certificate, and expired/soon-to-be-expired passport will need to be shown.
  • Passport photos are not necessary; Consulate officials will take photos during the appointment.
  • Cash or debit/credit cards are preferred for payments.
  • If seeking a voter credential, proof of address is required.
  • Prepaid envelopes should have correct names and addresses.
  • To replace a lost or stolen passport, make a police report and bring the printed report to the appointment.  Police reports may be filed online at https://www.mauipolice.com/on-line-reporting.html.

For more information about the Consulate visit, contact MEO’s Enlace Hispano at 808-243-4320.

When the Consulate held a Maui visit March 26 and 27 — the first in-person visit in two years due to the pandemic – about 480 people were served.  The majority of the appointments were for passport renewals.

In Spanish:
El Consulado de México visitará MEO el sábado y el domingo

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El Consulado de México regresa a Maui Economic Opportunity por segunda vez este año de 8 a.m. a 2 p.m. el sábado 1 y domingo 2 de octubre, para tramitar pasaportes, credenciales de elector y otros documentos con cita previa.

Las citas se pueden hacer en línea en citas.sre.gob.mx, por teléfono al 1 (424) 309-0009 o a través de las redes sociales en #MiConsulado.  Más información en https://consulmex.sre.gob.mx/sanfrancisco/.

El personal de la oficina de San Francisco del Consulado estará en MEO, 99 Mahalani St., Wailuku, detrás del Centro J. Walter Cameron.

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Algunos consejos para quienes se reúnan con los oficiales del Consulado:

  • No es necesario tomar fotos del pasaporte; los oficiales del Consulado tomarán fotos durante la cita.
  • Se prefieren los pagos en efectivo o con tarjeta de débito/crédito.
  • Si desea obtener un pasaporte, deberá presentar un documento de identidad oficial, acta de nacimiento, y el pasaporte vencido o a punto de vencer.
  • Si desea obtener una credencial para votar, también se le pedirá un comprobante de domicilio
  • Los nombres y direcciones correctos deben ser rellenados en los sobres prepagados.
  • Para reponer un pasaporte perdido o robado, haga una denuncia policial y lleve el informe impreso a la cita.  Las denuncias policiales pueden presentarse en línea en https://www.mauipolice.com/on-line-reporting.html.

Cuando el Consulado realizó una visita a Maui el 26 y 27 de marzo -la primera visita en persona en dos años debido a la pandemia- se atendió a unas 480 personas.  La mayoría de las citas eran para renovar el pasaporte.

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