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Embassy of Bolivia in Mexico City

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The Bolivian Embassy in Mexico is a bilateral mission in Mexico City and promotes Bolivian interests in Mexico. The embassy of Bolivia also plays an important role in development, cultural affairs and contacts with the local press of Mexico. The Bolivian Embassy in Mexico City is headed by Guido Capra Jemio - Ambassador of Bolivia to Mexico.

Address:

Bolivian Embassy in Mexico City, Mexico Paseo de la Reforma Nro. 45, Piso 4 Colonia Tabacalera Mexico D.F. Mexico

Telephone:

(+52) 55 57030983 (+52) 55 57030984

Fax:

(+52) 55 57030994

E-mail:

embolivia-mexico@rree.gov.bo

Website:

Ambassador:

Guido Capra Jemio - Ambassador

Office Hours:

09:30 - 16:00

Embassy Appointments

Many embassies in Mexico require an appointment before you visit. On the official website of the Bolivian embassy in Mexico City you will find information on opening hours and how to book appointments.

Opening hours

Please note that embassy opening hours can vary. Always contact the embassy before a visit.

Visa for Bolivia

For all Bolivian visa related matters contact the embassy in Mexico City before you travel. Information is available on the embassy website () or contact the visa department by telephone (+52) 55 57030983 (+52) 55 57030984 or email embolivia-mexico@rree.gov.bo

Consulates of Bolivia in Mexico

Next to the embassy in Mexico City there could be additional Bolivian consulates located in Mexico.

Please check below for the locations of the Bolivian consulates in Mexico.


Bolivian Consulates in Mexico

Next to the embassy in Mexico City, Bolivia has consulates in the following cities: Mexico City

Embassy Consular Department and Services

The consular department of the Bolivian Embassy in Mexico City offers consular assistance. The consular department in general offers services for visitors from Mexico to Bolivia as wel as for Bolivian citizens in Mexico. Generally, services comprise of visa applications, passport renewals, marriage registration, legalization of documents, birth of a child, Bolivian nationality issues and more. Contact the consular department directly by telephone or email.