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  1. Submariner

    World Cup

    Sorry Dennis, got this to late...
  2. Submariner

    Adjutant Note

    I'm sorry but I can't seem to find the time to do my job and keep this web board filled with the Legion information, events, presentations and happenings. I have my assistant Clair doing this for the Legion. Please be patient with her she is struggling to learn how to use the webboard. But you can always email the post at americanlegionchapala@gmail.com for any questions you have or go to our Facebook page www.facebook.com/LakeChapalaPost7 or website www.chapalalegionpost7.com and I am working on a newsletter to replace the "Roll Call" magazine we were publishing, once it is ready to produce we will post it here as well as Facebook, our website and email to our email addresses on file. We try to get the information out to you the best we can and in as many ways as we are able. Thank you, Vince Britton Legion Adjutant If you prefer to communicate with our Post Commander directly you can contact Richard Thompson at rctinmex@yahoo.com
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    Consulate Notary

    Here is the latest check list...Note the date: May 2018 US Consulate Checklist Passports May, 2018 1. Proper form completed and signed 2. 2 photos 2”x2” or 5 x 5 cm. (NO GLASSES) 3. Bank checks payable to “United States Disbursing Officer on behalf” in Mexican pesos. There are no cash/card transactions. Bank checks in Pesos only form Banamex located at Av. Francisco I Madero 222, Col. Centro, 45900 Chapala, Jal., Mexico. Tel: 376 765 2271 . 4. Your old passport and one photo copy NO FIRST TIME APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED *Fees: (Exchange rate 19.00 MXP per 1 USD) DON’T SIGN OR WRITE ANYTHING ON THE CHECK Please don’t print your application in one page (use one sheet per page) Simple passport renewal $2,090.00 Pesos / 110 USD Form DS-82 Renewal for age 15 and under $2,185 Pesos / 115 USD Form DS-11 Lost or Stolen passport $2,755.00 Pesos / 145 USD Forms DS-64 & DS-11 Notary $950 Pesos / 50 USD per impression To notarize a document The applicant has to present an OFFICIAL AND CURRENT US or Mexican ID such as: -US Passport -US Driver License -Mexican Passport -Mexican Driver License -Mexican Voter Card (IFE)
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    Consulate Notary

    Chapala American Citizen Services (Chapala and Ajijic, Jalisco) Each month, our Consulate representatives travel to the Chapala area to provide limited consular services for American citizens. The times and locations are: 9:30 am to 10:30 am – American Legion Chapala Post 7 (ALC) Morelos #114, Chapala, Jalisco February 14 / March 14 / April 11 / May 9 / June 13 / July 11 / August 8 September 12 / October 10 / November 14 / December 13 11:00 am to 12:30 pm – Lake Chapala Society (LCS) 16 de Septiembre 16-A, Ajijic, Jalisco All services are provided on a “first come, first serve” basis. Please note that the Chapala American Citizen Services Monthly Outreach will only accept U.S. traveler checks (American Express and Visa ONLY) or bank checks payable to “U.S. Disbursing Officer” in U.S. denominations. There are no cash/card transactions. Bank checks in U.S. dollars are available from CI Banco*, located in the Centro del Lago Shopping Plaza, across from Walmart. (*Banco CI is not affiliated with the US Consulate General Guadalajara.) Only limited services are offered during these visits: Acceptance of Passport RENEWAL Applications** – In most cases, all original documents submitted by the applicant in support of the application will be returned to the applicant on the day that we deliver the passport, about one month later (the following Chapala visit). We do, however, reserve the right to retain citizenship documents throughout the entire adjudication of the passport. Previous passports will generally be retained, cancelled and returned to the applicant on the following Chapala visit. Basic passport application requirements can be found at the link provided below. Please note that additional documentation may be required. NO CASH/CARD TRANSACTIONS IN CHAPALA (ONLY TRAVELERS CHECKS OR BANCO CI CHECK) Renewals (no appointments need be made for Chapala) For minors (under 16 years of age) renewing their passports, the child must appear with the parents. Please also bring original and photocopies of all applicable documents, including but not limited to, birth certificates, Consular Reports of Birth Abroad, parents’ identifications, parents’ divorce/custody decrees, parents’ death certificates. **Please note that our Consular representatives cannot accept first time applications for minors (under 16 years of age) during these outreach visits. However, these applicants can schedule an appointment and apply in person at the Consulate in Guadalajara. Acceptance of Applications to Replace Lost/Stolen Passports – Step 1: Report the Theft to the Local Police In the event that your passport is lost or stolen while in Mexico, the U.S. Consulate Guadalajara encourages you to report the loss or theft of your passport to local authorities, and to obtain a police report. Step 2: Photos You must bring 2 U.S. passport-sized (2” x 2”, or 5 cm x 5 cm) pictures with you. Please note that these photos are larger than the photos required for a Mexican passport. Consulate employees do not provide photography services. Your photographs must be: Identical; In color; 2″ x 2″ in size (between 1″ and 1 3/8″ from the bottom of the chin to the top of the head; Taken in normal street attire. Uniforms should not be worn in photographs except religious attire that is worn daily. Do not wear a hat or headgear that obscures the hair unless it is for religious purposes and worn daily. You may not wear dark glasses unless you need them for medical reasons. Note: Vending machine photos are not generally acceptable. Step 3: Fill out the Required Forms You will have to fill out two forms: 1.Form DS-64, “Statement Regarding A Lost Or Stolen Passport,” (PDF 767 KB) and 2.Form DS-11. Note: Do not sign the forms until you have been instructed to do so by Consulate staff. Step 4: Go to the appropriate Chapala site during our visit You must go in person. Bring the police report. Fees Total fees for a full-validity passport are $135 USD. Fees must be paid in full at the time of your appointment. NO CASH/CARD TRANSACTIONS IN CHAPALA (ONLY TRAVELERS CHECKS OR BANCO CI CHECK) Notarials – Please bring the documents to be notarized and proof of identity such as a passport or driver’s license. Each notarial service costs $50 USD. That is $50 USD per notary seal. NO CASH/CARD TRANSACTIONS IN CHAPALA (ONLY TRAVELERS CHECKS OR BANCO CI CHECK) You must arrange for your own witnesses, if necessary. The U.S. Consulate General Guadalajara can only notarize signatures, and cannot vouch for the veracity of the content or the authenticity of a notarized document. Information regarding authentication or legalization of documents, including how to obtain an apostille, is available on the Notarial And Authentication Services page of the U.S. Department of State’s website. Contact (52-33) 3268-2100 or acsgdl@state.gov if you need more information. Please Note: Except for notary services, final processing of the applications will be conducted at the Consulate. You may be contacted and required to travel to the Consulate for a second interview or to provide additional documentation. In most cases, the new passport will be returned to you at the ALC or the LCS during the next monthly visit. On a case by case basis, the Consulate representatives may approve arrangements for pick up at the Consulate. Emergency passports are only available at the Consulate in Guadalajara. Click here for more details on emergency passports. If you have any further questions, please contact us via email at acsgdl@state.gov ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ US Consulate Checklist Passports February, 2018 1. Proper form completed and signed 2. 2 photos 2”x2” or 5 x 5 cm. (NO GLASSES) 3. Bank checks payable to “United States Disbursing Officer” in Mexican pesos. There are no cash/card transactions. Bank checks in Pesos only form Banamex located at Av. Francisco I Madero 222, Col. Centro, 45900 Chapala, Jal., Mexico. Tel: 376 765 2271 . 4. Your old passport and one photo copy NO FIRST TIME APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED *Fees: (Exchange rate 19.00 MXP per 1 USD) DON’T SIGN OR WRITE ANYTHING ON THE CHECK Please don’t print your application in one page (use one sheet per page) Simple passport renewal $2,090 Pesos / 110 USD Form DS-82 Book and Card $2,660 Pesos / 140 USD Form DS-82 Renewal for age 15 and under $1995 Pesos / 105 USD Form DS-11 Lost or Stolen passport $2,565 Pesos / 135 USD Forms DS-64 & DS-11 Notary $950 Pesos / 50 USD per impression To notarize a document The applicant has to present an OFFICIAL AND CURRENT US or Mexican ID such as: -US Passport -US Driver License -Mexican Passport -Mexican Driver License -Mexican Voter Card (IFE) _______________________________________________________________________ The form and additional info at: https://mx.usembassy.gov/u-s-citizen-services/
  5. Submariner

    Consulate Notary

    https://mx.usembassy.gov/u-s-citizen-services/local-resources-of-u-s-citizens/notaries-public/
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    Meet The Legion Bazaar - Chapala

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    Legion Info/questions

    I am the American Legion Lake Chapala Post 7 Adjutant. I'm sorry but I can't seem to find the time to do my job and keep this web board filled with the Legion information, events, presentations and happenings. I have my assistant Clair doing this for the Legion. Please be patient with her she is struggling to learn how to use the webboard. But you can always email the post at americanlegionchapala@gmail.com for any questions you have or go to our Facebook page www.facebook.com/LakeChapalaPost7 or website www.chapalalegionpost7.com and I am working on a newsletter to replace the "Roll Call" magazine we were publishing, once it is ready to produce we will post it here as well as Facebook, our website and email to our email addresses on file. We try to get the information out to you the best we can and in as many ways as we are able. Thank you, Vince Britton Legion Adjutant I am here to provide information, answer questions and deal with any concerns, to the best of my ability, that has to do with the American Legion. Below are some basic information about the Legion Location: Morelos #114 Chapala Founded: November 16, 1962 Phone: 765-2259 Email: americanlegionchapala@gmail.com OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Kitchen hours: M – F 9 am to 3 pm full menu, 3 to 5 pm soup, sandwiches and salads. Sat. 9 am to 12 pm full menu, 3 to 6 pm Fish & Tex-Mex tacos. Sun. Hamburgers 12 to 3 pm. Kitchen closed. Happy Hour: 3 to 6 pm (except during events) Facebook page: www.facebook.com/LakeChapalaPost7 Website: www.chapalalegionpost7.com 3 local charities we support: Los Ninos de Chapala, Programa por Ninos Incompacitados and Chapala Women’s shelter. Member on duty: M to F 10 am to 1 pm Service Office Tom Stordahl stands duty on Mondays 10 am to 1 pm or you can call for an appointment at 333-947-0691 for veteran help and information. I have also attached a general information sheet about the Legion. Thank you,
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