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Mexican consulate visit to Amsterdam assists with IDs

Immigrants get passports

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For the past two days, computers, scanners, printers and camera equipment have filled a classroom in the United Presbyterian Church. The reason: New York’s Mexican consulate-general has set up shop in the church to register Mexican immigrants living in the area for Mexican passports and identification cards, on the grounds that “being able to identify yourself is a basic human right.” A group of consulate employees, who are based in Manhattan, travel around areas of ...

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