Ruth Castañeda, 36, was the first in line at the Consulate General of Guatemala in Raleigh on Monday morning. Jorge R. Archila, consul of the Raleigh Guatemalan consulate, left, was at the counter checking people in. Castaeda was waiting for the doors to open at 8 a.m. to start the paperwork for passports for her two children in Guatemala.
Ruth Castañeda, 36, was the first in line at the Consulate General of Guatemala in Raleigh on Monday morning. Jorge R. Archila, consul of the Raleigh Guatemalan consulate, left, was at the counter checking people in. Castaeda was waiting for the doors to open at 8 a.m. to start the paperwork for passports for her two children in Guatemala. Camila Molina cmolina@newsobserver.com
Ruth Castañeda, 36, was the first in line at the Consulate General of Guatemala in Raleigh on Monday morning. Jorge R. Archila, consul of the Raleigh Guatemalan consulate, left, was at the counter checking people in. Castaeda was waiting for the doors to open at 8 a.m. to start the paperwork for passports for her two children in Guatemala. Camila Molina cmolina@newsobserver.com

Guatemala opens a consulate in Raleigh

June 19, 2017 03:36 PM

UPDATED June 20, 2017 11:23 AM

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