Agents of the meddling Mexico Consulate, in violation of diplomatic protocol, have been for years been lobbying law enforcement and governmental entities at the state, county and city levels to promote their Illegal Alien ID card known as the Matricula Consular.  The Matricula Consular, widely discredited as a bogus ID, is useful in the United States only for illegal aliens, because legal immigrants by definition have legal U.S. government-issued documents.
Continuing their quest to undermine US sovereignty and to promote invasion of Mexican migrants into the US, the foreign agents will distribute their Illegal Alien ID Cards in Bonita Springs, on November 12, 2005 (tentative). Due to Hurricane Wilma the Mexican Consulate has rescheduled the distribution from October 22, 2005 to November 12, 2005 (tentative).  The site is expected to confirm the date in the near future.

The original announcement stated:

"El Consulado General de Mixico en Miami ofrecera sus servicios el  SABADO 22 DE OCTUBRE EN BONITA SPRINGS, CONDADO DE LEE, FL., DE LAS DIEZ DE LA MAQANA A LAS TRES DE LA TARDE con el fin de atender a las comunidades mexicanas de Lee, Collier, Charlotte, Hendry, Glades y otras poblaciones."

US citizens and Floridians should at the very least become aware of the threats of the meddling Mexican government and the bogus Matricula Consular card.  If the Mexican Consulates do not curtain their illegal activities, citizens should demand expulsion of the diplomats.  Further, citizens should demand that the Matricula Consular card not be accepted by their government.

For more information see:
  • Matricula Consular ID card which states:
    "Mexico does not authenticate documents used to obtain the ID against computerized data files in Mexico."

  • The 'Matricula Consular' Advances Mexico's Immigration Agenda which states:
    "The objective of this lobbying effort is to achieve quasi-legal status for Mexican illegals in the United States without waiting for action from Washington."

  • Mexico's ID card gains more acceptance in states, cities which states:
    "The Mexican government is convincing hundreds of local government and police departments across the United States to accept its identification cards used by legal and illegal aliens, which critics say amounts to a backdoor amnesty for illegal aliens."

  • Floridians for Immigration Enforcement - ID Cards which states:
    "Identification of illegal aliens through the use of such cards would be beneficial if and only if 
    illegal alien bearers of the cards  are deported per the law."

  • Feds caving in to illegals?  which states:
    "Florida law states that the matricula is accepted as a secondary form of ID along with (another) one of the required documents," Alia Faraj, Florida Gov. Jeb Bush's spokeswoman, told the Bonita Daily News. "The governor expects all the residents of our state and visitors to abide by Florida's laws."

  • Document fraud imperils homeland More nations to follow Mexico's lead on alternative IDs for aliens which states:
    "Guatemala, after waiting to see whether the United States would balk at Mexico's aggressive efforts, has begun issuing its own alien ID card. Peru is promising to follow suit in a few months, and other countries, like China, are considering issuing their own cards, according to G2 Bulletin sources. Honduras and El Salvador are also considering the idea."

  • Hundreds receive Mexican IDs which states:
    "The Mexican consulate in Orlando advertised that its staff would be on hand from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. to take applications and issue official Mexican identification cards. But by 5 p.m., there were still at least 100 people waiting in the auditorium at The Florida Times-Union building in Riverside. The Times-Union was a co-sponsor of the event."

  • Mexican Sham ID FAQ provides the "Latest News on Sham Foreign ID cards."

  • Two Escondido officials angry about Mexican consulate's presence at fair which states:
    "Here the taxpayers of the city of Escondido are funding a foreign entity on public property," Waldron said. "I don't want to fund this again if it's going to become an avenue to assist illegal immigration."