Governor Lorena Cuéllar Cisneros inaugurated the “Casa Tlaxcala California” facilities in Oxnard, California, United States of America (USA). This space will serve as a government representation, offering consultation and support services on various procedures for Tlaxcalcan migrants.
During the event, the President mentioned that this is a commitment that has become a reality through the creation of this office, where compatriots enjoy the support of state authorities and at the same time serve as a link with their communities of origin.
“Our compatriots needed free services to facilitate many procedures, but above all to be able to bring them closer to their families in Tlaxcala who want to strengthen these bonds of love, friendship and affection,” he said.
He praised the perseverance of the Tlaxcalans who, despite all odds, managed to advance in another country and enhance the reputation of the organization through their work. “You are an important part of Tlaxcala, in this space and in each of the cities where, day after day, you give your lives and your hearts as warrior men and women who, wherever we stand, will always shine as Tlaxcaltecans.”
The head of the local executive branch was accompanied by the Mexican Consul General in Oxnard, California, Ricardo Santa Ana Velázquez. from Port Huenene Mayor Roberto Martínez; Oxnard County super mayor John Puglisi; the representative of the Rio District Board of Directors; the Tlaxcalteca migrant leader Silvestre Garza Camacho and the head of the Migrant Assistance Directorate (DAM), Paula Beatriz Zabalza.
They all recognized the will and commitment of President Lorena Cuéllar to make this space available to fellow citizens, which will be of great help and which will officially begin operations on Monday, September 25, and will act as a government representative Offers advisory services and supports various interventions.
The main areas of focus include advice on obtaining dual citizenship, clarifying documents, processing a driving license, a family reunification program, repatriation of people who have died for various reasons, support in the search for missing people, and passport and identification procedures.
Tlaxcala will be the first state in Latin America to introduce the apostille dispensation program, reflecting the “great work of Governor Lorena Cuéllar and the impact on her compatriots,” said US authorities, who gave typical Tlaxcaltecan at the end of the official event. Tried dishes.
DAM Director Paula Beatriz Zabalza praised the coordinated work between the Los Angeles and Oxnard consulates to ensure Casa Tlaxcala California provides efficient and flexible services to its citizens.
It was attended by the President of the State Human Rights Commission, Jakqueline Ordóñez Brasdefer, who was then holding a conference on the individual guarantees of migrants.