In the meeting they agreed to act on behalf of the expatriates of Tlaxcala living in that state.
The Directorate of Attention for Migrants (DAM) formed an approach with the Mexican consulates in both Oxnard and Santa Ana in California, United States, to work together in favor of Tlaxcalan compatriots and their families living in those cities.
The head of the DAM, Paula Beatriz Zabalza, explained that in the virtual meeting the consular officers showed their willingness to help the expatriates with the various procedures, in favor of the compatriots, in addition to educational promotion and cultural activities, among other topics, as and how it Commissioned by Governor Lorena Cuellar Cisneros.
Affiliated during the meeting were Juan Antonio Cid Davila, Manuel Herrera Rabaga and the Mexican community of Oxnard, California, who recognized the greatness of Tlaxcala and its cultural contribution to the world.
Likewise, the titular consul in Santa Ana, California, Audrey Rivera Gomez, acknowledged that Tlaxcala has made a huge contribution to expediting the identification documents of compatriots in this office.
He explained that Tlaxcalan has a significant presence in these cities, as well as in the area around Los Angeles, such as the county of Ventura Santa Ana, California, so there is a possibility of setting “Casa Tlaxcala” in that area; Project under review.
Meanwhile, Isaac Morales Moreno, commissioner of the “Casa Tlaxcala” in New York, said that the most requested procedures by the Tlaxcalans in this government office are identification documents. And in addition, consular support is offered for obtaining dual nationality, apostille of documents, records for driver’s license and clarification of procedures.
One of the representative programs of Tlaxcala Governor Lorena Cuéllar Cisneros, “Uniando Historias” is family reunions, as well as repatriation of compatriots who died in the United States and searching for people, pensions and passport procedures.
The meeting was attended by persons in charge of cultural activities, Claudia Luna Hidalgo and Emmanuel Gallegos Ramirez, both members of the Oxnard consulate, as well as Gabriel Juárez and Jesse López from the Santa Ana, California consulate.