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Embassy and Consulates of Nicaragua in the United States

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Nicaraguan Embassy in Washington DC, United States

Embassy of Nicaragua
1627 New Hampshire Avenue, NW,
Washington DC 20009
Phone: (+1-202) 939-6570/-3, (+1-202) 939-6531/2 consulate
Fax: (+1-202) 939-6545, (+1-202) 939-6545


Nicaraguan Consulate in Houston, TX, United States

Consulate General of Nicaragua in Houston, Texas
6300 Hillcrof, Suite 250
Houston, Texas 77081
Phone: (713)272-9628 / (713)272-9629
Fax: (713)272-7131


Nicaraguan Consulate in Los Angeles, CA, United States

Consulate General of Nicaragua
3550 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 200
Los Angeles, CA 90010
U.S.A.
Phone: (+1-213) 252-1171, 252-1178
Fax: (+1-213) 525-1179
WWW: www.consuladodenicaragua.com


Nicaraguan Consulate in Miami, FL, United States

Consulate General of Nicaragua
8370 West Flagler Street, #220
Miami, FL 33144
Phone: (+1-305) 220-6900, 220-0214
Fax: (+1-305) 220-8794
WWW: www.consuladodenicaragua.com


Nicaraguan Consulate in New Orleans, LA, United States

Consulate General of Nicaragua
World Trade Center
2 Canal Street, #1937
New Orleans, LA 70130 70130
Phone: (+1-504) 523-1507
Fax: (+1-504) 523-2359
WWW: www.consuladodenicaragua.com


Nicaraguan Consulate in New York, United States

Consulate General of Nicaragua
820 2nd Avenue, Suite 802
New York, NY 10017
Phone: (+1-212) 983-1981
Fax: (+1-212) 983-2446
WWW: www.consuladodenicaragua.com


Nicaraguan Consulate in San Francisco, CA, United States

Consulate General of Nicaragua
James Flood Building
870 Market Street, #1050
San Francisco, CA 94102
Phone: (+1-415) 765-6821
Fax: (+1-415) 765-6826
WWW: www.consuladodenicaragua.com





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