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Which one does the easiest and quickest application for a Permanente? Friend needs to obtain one very soon, is Naples, Florida a good one to go to? She can make a quick trip up and back to get it. What documentation does she need in the States? Thanks for your help.

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The chances of ANYONE on this board knowing about the consulate in Naples Florida is probably slim or none at all.

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17 minutes ago, RickS said:

The chances of ANYONE on this board knowing about the consulate in Naples Florida is probably slim or none at all.

When they build one in Naples we might find out.

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Only 2 in Florida and feedback on both is they are not always helpful. If person is driving I recommend Laredo. The link to all the MX consulates, the required form etc are here on my web site which averages 1200 views per day:   http://www.soniadiaz.mx/immigration---visas.html

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6 hours ago, Sonia said:

Only 2 in Florida and feedback on both is they are not always helpful. If person is driving I recommend Laredo. The link to all the MX consulates, the required form etc are here on my web site which averages 1200 views per day:   http://www.soniadiaz.mx/immigration---visas.html

Six years ago we used the one in Orlando. I think we may have been the first since they instituted the residents permanante system. When we called they said no appointment necessary. Different story when we got there as I assume the regular clerks at the counter could not do it. Once we got the appointment and brought the papers as they requested all went smoothly.

I don't know if they have changed but they wouldn't accept copies I had printed from my online bank records. Since that was the only way we received our statements it required a bit of creativity. We had our financial adviser write a letter and notarize it. Worked like a charm. 

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