The Migrant Secretariat (Semigrante) and the Consulate General of Mexico in Sacramento, California, United States, agreed to work together to facilitate the procedures of migrants in Michoacan.
A statement indicated that the agency led by Teresa Mora Covarrubias will help ensure that citizens have the necessary documents for the procedures carried out by the Consulate.
The actions seek to process birth certificates and birth certificates, among other documents, which allow requests to be processed in the United States.
Dissemination and guidance of the services provided by the Consulate and Semigrante are necessary to guarantee and fully respect the rights of migrants.
Along with this, the records, registers and data will be shared that help to obtain the credential to vote abroad and other methods that provide a quick and efficient solution to your needs.
The Consulate agrees to disseminate the contact information of the Migrant, and its services, with the aim of managing the procedures necessary to guarantee his rights.
The Consulate General of Mexico in Sacramento attends approximately 250 appointments per day, from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
With strategic alliances, La Semigrante guarantees the treatment of Michoacans living abroad in an effective and fast way, so that the exercise of their rights is respected wherever they are.
Attending the meeting were Minister Héctor Peralta, Attached Consul; María Esther Bolio, Consul of Communities; and Gabriela Barrón, from the Office of Protection of Mexicans.