The Mexican Consulate in Havana has declared Saturday, January 13, a special qualification day to allow citizens to process their voting qualifications in time for the 2024 elections.
In addition to qualifications, passport, birth registration and consular protection procedures will be provided. This initiative is part of the consulate’s efforts to facilitate citizens’ participation in the electoral process and ensure they have access to necessary consular services.
Due to its importance, cuba directory It reproduces in full the notice from the headquarters of the Mexican Consulate in the capital of Cuba.
Mexican Consulate in Havana
Havana, Cuba, January 11, 2024.
On Saturday, January 13, the Mexican Consulate in Havana will host a special credentialing day so that you can process your voting credentials in time to participate in the 2024 elections.
Passport, birth registration and consular protection procedures will also be provided.
To process your voting voucher, you need to go to the nearest embassy or consulate without an appointment and bring the following documents:
- Document proving Mexican citizenship, such as a birth certificate or passport.
- Photo recognition.
- Proof of address, such as a utility bill, phone bill, or rental agreement.
The deadline to register and choose one of three ways to vote in the 2024 election is February 20.
in that place www.votoextranjero.mx You will find details about the requirements for processing your certificate, the voting methods available based on your location, and the different positions for which you can vote based on your entity of origin.
If you have processed your voucher and need to follow up on your process, you can contact INETEL at +52 (55) 5481 9897 or send an email to email@example.com.