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Embassy of Venezuela in Mexico will resume passport appointments this 27-J

They will reschedule the appointments of Venezuelans in Mexico for this week

The Embassy of Venezuela in Mexico informs Venezuelans living in Mexican territory that on June 22 and 23 there will be no passport appointments and that they will resume next Monday, June 27.

The reason for this measure is an electrical failure that affected the system of the Migration and Immigration Administrative Service (Saime), so Venezuelans with appointments for the collection of passport data assigned for June 22 and 23 will not be able to be attended.

Through its Twitter account @EmbaVenMexico, the Embassy of Venezuela in Mexico notifies the Venezuelan community that Saime will reschedule all appointments assigned for the aforementioned days and that "users must have the new appointment date before organizing their visit to the Embassy".

On May 21, the Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela in Mexico held a special day delivery of extensions and passports to the Venezuelan community.

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