- 1 Guatemala consulted telephone number in Atlanta
- 1.1 Telephone number of the Guatemalan consulate in Atlanta
- 1.2 How to make an appointment at the Guatemalan consulate in Atlanta
- 1.3 How to renew passport at the Guatemalan consulate in Atlanta
- 1.4 How to get a birth certificate
- 1.5 Website and social networks
Guatemala consulted telephone number in Atlanta
Call the following phone number Guatemala consulate in Atlanta for country information, tours, passport, legal services, migration processes, visa, complaints / claims, questions, requests and others: +1 844-805-1011.
Find below the hours and addresses of the central offices, as well as the contacts to call the Guatemalan consulate in Georgia, information on how to make appointments, passport renewal, how to obtain a birth certificate, among other requirements.
Telephone number of the Guatemalan consulate in Atlanta
For the procedures, those interested should make an appointment and contact the foreign consulate, to call from Atlanta dial the telephone number of the Guatemalan consulate in Atlanta +1 844-805-1011, where they will also obtain detailed information on the procedures consular.
The business hours It is from Monday to Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., however it is subject to changes and variations.
How to make an appointment at the Guatemalan consulate in Atlanta
Appointments can be made in three ways: through the consulate’s website, from a phone call or through Facebook, as Consul Jorge Archila Ruiz explained to Qué Pasa.
Those interested can call the telephone exchange 1 844 805 1011 or enter the website www.citaconsultarguatemala.com.
Dating on Facebook
The dating service of the Guatemalan consulate has contemplated those who feel comfortable using social networks. This is how Guatemalans can reserve the day and time to be served from the Facebook page.
To use this system, the following steps must be followed:
- Search on Facebook: Consulate of Guatemala in Atlanta.
- Once on the page, click on the “Reserve” button that will take you immediately to the Consular Appointment page.
- Select the Atlanta consulate to be referred to a page where you can choose the date and time of the appointment.
Open house appointments
Despite this system, Consul Archila recalled that all people who arrive at the consulate will be attended, even without prior appointment. But, he stressed that the objective is to avoid that those who travel several hours from other cities do not have to wait too long.
Important requirement: People who have to do passport, consular ID or civil registry procedures and do not have the DPI or Guatemalan passport, must present the birth certificate (copy of both sides) issued by the National Registry of Persons (RENAP).
How to renew passport at the Guatemalan consulate in Atlanta
If you want PASSPORT Must present in original and a photocopy, ONE of the following documents: Birth Certificate issued by RENAP with a minimum validity of six (6) months containing CUI or DPI number and payment in MONEY ORDER of $ 65.00 dollars.
If you want a PASSPORT for a MINOR, you must present the following documents in original and a photocopy:
- Birth Certificate issued by RENAP with a minimum validity of six (6) months that contains the minor’s CUI number and the presence of both parents with their Birth Certificate issued by RENAP with a minimum validity of six (6) months that contains a number of CUI or DPI.
- If one of the parents is in Guatemala, the Minor’s Passport Authorization must be signed at the Ministry of Foreign Relations or Departmental Delegations of MINEX.
How to get a birth certificate
This is a free procedure, you just have to present:
- Birth certificate of the minor
- Birth certificate of the Renap of father and mother, strictly with less than 6 months in advance.
- Passport or DPI or Certification of the DPI of each parent
The customer service operators are also available every day to attend to all your requirements and concerns. In order to obtain information about the company, you can access:
Guatemalan consulates abroad
The Boston Globe
The San Diego Union-Tribune