Where is the Mexican Consulate in Little Rock?
If you call information for Little Rock they will tell you that the Mexican Consulate is at 3500 South Universty Avenue. Above is a picture of that address sent by a poster. It seems the Mexican Consulate looks a lot like an abandoned Baskin-Robbins. Perhaps the Consulate is still using space provided by the taxpayers of Arkansas at no cost. Perhaps it is still in the Arkansas Rehabilitation Services Building, run by a former director of LULAC. LULAC is the pro-illegal group that was one of the sponsors of the "March for Illegals" last May Day, the communist holiday.
But the plot thickens! Another poster said that Whitepages.com gave the "Bank of America" at that address. The Bank of America is where Governor Huckabee first tried to get the Mexicans rent-free space. The Mexican Government said they did not want to take rent-free space from a private company, but they wouldn't mind taking it out of your pockets by moving into a state facility!
The Bank of America is at the other end of University Avenue, so I think whitepages.com has something wrong. But the Baskin Robbins IS near the entrance to UALR, which this FOX news article says is going to be the site of the new Mexican Consulate when they get done freeloading (they are going to pay us back for any phone charges).
Mexican Consulates are infamous for abusing Martricula IDs. These are ID badges which an embassy or consulate is supposed to use to indicate a foreign national is a part of their embassy staff and so should not be deported. The Mexican government issues them by the boatload to Mexican nationals illegally in this country.