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 Unfortunate events in Iguala, Guerrero Unfortunate events in Iguala, Guerrero
David Manuel Preciado Juárez Mexican Consul Little Rock, AR The Mexican government categorically condemns the unfortunate events in the city of Iguala, Guerrero State. Faced with these acts of violence that have occurred, there will not be the slightest loophole for impunity. These are outrageous acts of violence, sorrowful, unacceptable and are not deserved by Mexico. The Mexican Government, through the agencies which make the Security Cabinet, will participate in the process to clar....

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 Mexican Consulate provides assistance to the Mexican community Mexican Consulate provides assistance to the Mexican community hit by tornado
The Mexican Consulate in Little Rock, expresses its solidarity with the communities affected by the tornado that completely destroyed several cities in central Arkansas and in northeastern Oklahoma on 27 April,. And reports that it is continuously working to identify potential national victims, in order to provide appropriate consular assistance. David Preciado, Consul of Mexico in Little Rock, conducted a tour of the affected areas in the counties of Faulkner, Pulaski and White in centr....

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  Mayor of Huimilpan, Querétaro visited Little Rock
 
Mayor of Huimilpan, Querétaro visited Little Rock
Mayor of Huimilpan, María Garcia Perez made a working trip to Benton and Little Rock Arkansas. She met with the Mexican consul, as well as groups of the migrant communities of Huitron, San Jose, Tepuzas, Salitrillo, El Peral, La Peña and Ceja de Bravo, among others. García Pérez visit, on 30 and 31 March, had the purpose of strengthening social ties among those migrants working in the United States and their home communities. One of her main objectives was to promote the 3x1 Program for....

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 Arkansas celebrated 203 years of the Mexican Independence 


 Arkansas celebrated 203 years of the Mexican Independence
The Mexican Independence Day is the largest and most important celebration for Mexican citizens and Hispanics of Mexican origin living in the United States. This is the seventh year that the Mexican Consulate in Little Rock has celebrated the Independence Day, which has grown steadily each year with public participation. September is definitely a month to identify more with our motherland, strengthening the roots, customs and gives the opportunity to meet with compatriots, no matter ho....

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 Arkansas celebrates Binational Health Week October 1 to 12


 Arkansas celebrates Binational Health Week October 1 to 12
Binational Health Week (BHW) has become one of the largest mobilization efforts in the Americas to improve the health and well-being of underserved immigrants and migrants of Latin American origin living in the United States, and Canada. This year theme, “Health is Life" encompasses an annual two weeklong series of health promotion and health education activities that include workshops, insurance referrals, and medical screenings. The Binational Health Week is intended as a first ste....

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 Mexican Consulate sign pact to protect workers from Mexican Consulate sign pact to protect workers from discrimination
LITTLE ROCK, AR - The Memphis District Office of the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with the Consulate of Mexico in Little Rock. The agreement establishes an ongoing collaborative relationship between these two entities to provide Mexican nationals regardless of legal status with information, guidance, and access to resources on the prevention of discrimination in the workplace. Edgardo Briones Velazquez, Consul Ad ....

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 Andrés Chao appointed new Consul General of México in Denver Andrés Chao appointed new Consul General of México in Denver
MEXICO CITY, MEXICO - In a solemn ceremony in the Senate of the Republic of Mexico, Andrés Chao took oath as Consul General of Mexico in Denver. The Senate confirmed the appointment issued by the Executive in favor of Andres Chao Ebergenyi. Chao Ebergenyi, bachelor in Communication Sciences, has worked as National Press Coordinator of the secretary to the President of the Republic and even before his appointment was Consul of Mexico in Little Rock, Arkansas. He also served as press at....

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 Mexican Consulate delivered IME check for $20,000 for Mexican Consulate delivered IME check for $20,000 for scholarships
LITTLE ROCK, AR – During a ceremony on Monday, February 14, 2011 the Consul of Mexico Andres Chao delivered a check of $20,000 dollars from the Mexican government IME to the Hispanic Women Organization of Arkansas (HWOA) to benefit Mexican students in continuing with their higher education in Arkansas. The check was accepted Margarita Solorzano, Director of the Hispanic Women Organization of Arkansas and students that have been benefited with previous grants (IME Becas). Attending the c....

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OSHA and Mexican Consulate form alliance to promote safety and health
LITTLE ROCK, AR - Enhanced workplace safety and health for Mexican workers in Arkansas and Oklahoma is the goal of an alliance signed on Friday, February 18, 2011 by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration and the Mexican Consulate in Little Rock. Participating at the signing ceremony was Carlos M. Reynolds, from OSHA Little Rock and David A. Bates, from OSHA Oklahoma. “We welcome this unique opportunity to join with the Mexican Consulate in emphasizing....
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Mexico’s Ambassador visited Arkansas
LITTLE ROCK, AR – Ambassador Arturo Sarukhan met with Arkansas governor Mike Beebe during his visit on 31 August. During his a working tour to Arkansas, Ambassador Sarukhan met with governor, Mike Beebe, where he discussed issues related to the Mexican community that resides in the state. The Ambassador attended several events and opened ARKANSAS MEXICO 2010. For more information visit www.ArkansasMexico2010.com
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UAMS and Mexican Consulate team up for health initiatives
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) Fay W. Boozman College of Public Health and the Mexican Consulate on Tuesday, February 23 took two steps toward offering better health education and screening programs to the more than 25,000 visitors at the Mexican Consulate in Little Rock each year. Along with an initial $30,000 commitment from the Mexican government presented to UAMS today, the College of Public Health and the Mexican Consulate in Little Rock also....
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Mexican Consulates signed another repatriation agreement with ICE
NEW ORLEANS, LA -- On February 6, Mexican Consul Andres Chao, participated on the signage of the second agreement on the repatriation of Mexican nationals with representatives of the United States federal immigration authorities. Mexican president, Felipe Calderon said of the agreement, "we must assure that the interests of Mexicans national and their human rights are respected." The agreement was signed between the Mexican Consulates in Little Rock. Dallas and Kansas City and the offices ....
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Binational Health Week will take place October 6-15 in Arkansas
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- Binational Health Week (BHW) has become one of the largest mobilization efforts in the Americas to improve the health and well-being of underserved immigrants and migrants of Latin American origin living in the United States, and Canada. It encompasses an annual week long series of hea....
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Teachers from Pachuca Mexico visited Arkansas as part of goodwill exchange
LITTLE ROCK, AR – When the Mexican Consulate office in Arkansas opened its doors on Wednesday, 25 of April the ceremony included the signing of a sister-city agreement between Little Rock and Pachuca, in the Mexican state of Hidalgo. On hand to sign the deal was Omar Fayad, that city’s mayor, the Little Rock Mayor Mark Stodola and the president of the Sister Cities Commission, Sherman Banks. Three months later, two Spanish teachers from Pachuca, Mexico offered their insights and learning expe....
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Mexican Consulate opens it’s doors in Little Rock
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- The Mexican Consulate office in Arkansas opened it’s doors on Wednesday, 25 of April with a public opening at the new consulate office in Little Rock. This is Mexico’s 47th consulate in the United States. The new consulate will issue matricula consular identification cards, which some commercial institutions accept when opening accounts. Bank of America, which has a branch next to the consulate, uses the cards as identification to open up checking accounts, as well as to....
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