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Mexican Citizenship

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7 minutes ago, More Liana said:

And a passport or a visa to enter the USA is always required, whether walking, driving, or flying in.

Of course, I thought that was a given.

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21 hours ago, More Liana said:

You are not allowed to solicit assistance of any kind from the USA Embassy or its consulates in Mexico.  When you sign your Mexican citizenship papers, you also sign a document to the effect that you understand and accept that.
 

OK. The phrase "not allowed to solicit assistance of any kind from the USA Embassy or its consulates in Mexico" caught my eye, particularly "of any kind". I've known about this in general, and I certainly don't expect (ha!) the US Government to save me from peril, but what about little bureaucratic stuff?

The US Consulate can help me renew my passport on occasion. And evidently in Guadalajara they can help facilitate enrolling in Social Security, assuming I live long enough to receive benefits and there's anything left in the US Treasury, etc.

So I'm curious. It's difficult to imagine that becoming a Mexican Citizen excludes that kind of assistance from the U.S.? Anybody know?

Just wondering, don't think it will change my plans.

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as a Mexican citizen do the tax your us social security or pension income or US investments.

what the tax consequences on Us income.

 

i know US does tax all world wide income./

 

if i understand right mexico does not tax worldwide income

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