The Consulate General of Mexico in Austin will bring their services through a mobile consulate to provide consular documentation, community assistance and legal protection to the Mexican community in the city of Waco.

The mobile consulate will take place on Saturday, July 7, in the First Baptist Church of Waco located on 500 Clay Avenue.

In order to request documentation services from the Mobile Consulate Unit – including a Mexican passport, Consular ID or Voters ID (INE) – attendees need to schedule an appointment at MEXITEL by calling 1-877-639-4835, or online here.

Also in a joint effort, the Consulate General and Ventanilla de Salud – along with La Puerta Waco, Lincoln Goldfinch Law Firm, American Gateways, McLennan County Community Health Worker Initiative, Migrants Clinicians Network, Prevent Blindness, National Kidney Foundation, and Central Texas Nephrology Associates – will be offering an All Immigrants Resource Fair free and open to the Hispanic immigrant community from Waco and surrounding areas.

Some of the services provided during the resource fair include free legal consultations with immigration lawyers, as well as basic health services such as eye-vision exams, nutrition information and kidney health screenings.

All services of the fair are free and open to the immigrant community regardless of their nationality. Only the services and procedures from the Consulate General require a previous appointment.

Services from the All Immigrants Resource Fair will be provided for free on a first come, first serve basis.

Source: Consulate General of Mexico in Austin