News from the GCVCC
Indio, CA: The Greater Coachella Valley Chamber of Commerce hosted Consul Audrey Rivera Gomez, of the Consulate of Mexico – San Bernardino, this week. The Consul met with Chamber President Joshua Bonner, and Director of Public Policy Diana Soto. Consul Rivera Gomez was previously her country’s Representative to Sweden, joining the San Bernardino Consulate in May.
“Mexico is a key trade partner with both the United States and the Inland Empire,” said Joshua Bonner. “Among the many issues we discussed was ratification of the USMCA, which we are urging our local Congressional leaders to support, as well our regions shared interest in agriculture, tourism and immigration reform. It was a very productive meeting with several new efforts we are eager to jointly pursue.”
About the Consulate of Mexico
The primary job of the Consulate is to protect Mexican citizens while they are abroad. In addition to these services, the consulate can issue documents, such as Mexican identification cards (used by people who are not eligible for a state identification card), Mexican passports, and official stamps.