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  2. They are in the town of Chapala as am I ,who's casa is 50 feet west of them in the Chapala barrio, Lourdes.
  3. This is nauseating. All for items that came through without a hitch prior, all because they were handed to Correo de Mexico! This could be you, if your package is turned over to Correo de Mexico. Be forewarned and escape this xxxxxx instructive letter! This was the email that I received just this morning from Correo de Mexico, finally today, after many requests. How would you feel if you were given this response?!? Good morning Dear user: I inform you that the Customs Verifier at the time of reviewing your shipment #________________, for the content determined that it requires to be released through the services of a Customs Agency, as well as an "Import Permit" before the Federal Commission for Protection Against Risks Sanitarios (COFEPRIS), not omitting to comment that it is being protected by Correos de México. So if you decide to hire a Customs Agent: The Customs Agent must appear at the facilities of the Benito Juárez Air Dispatch Center at Av. Capitán Piloto Aviador Carlos León S / N Federal Zone of AICM, Col. Peñón de los Baños, C.P. 15622, Venustiano Carranza Delegation, Mexico City, from Monday to Friday from 09:00 to 14:00; with the following documentation as the case may be: PHYSICAL PERSON. Submit a power of attorney, one addressed to the AICM Customs Administrator (only the position, no name) and one to Correos de México specifying the guide number, internal control number, mentioning the name of the Customs Agency that hired, number of the patent and based on Art. 55 of the Customs Law, the guide and the internal control number, are cited in this notice sent to your home address. * Copy of the official identification of the recipient. * Copy of the processor's badge. * Cutter and letterhead tape from the Customs Agency. * Each power of attorney must come with copies of the identifications of the recipient and processor. * Copy of the notice (if you have it) MORAL PERSON. Present a power of attorney duly signed by the legal representative of the company. One to the Customs Administrator of the AICM (Only the position, without name) and one to Correos de México specifying the guide number, internal control number, mentioning the name of the Customs Agency that hired, patent number and based on Art. 55 of the Customs Law, the guide and the internal control number are cited in this notice sent to your home address. * Copy of the official identification of the Legal Representative. * Copy of the Articles of Incorporation or Power of Attorney where the name of the Legal Representative is underlined. * Copy of the processor's badge. * Copy of the notice (if you have it) Each power of attorney must come with copies of the identifications of the addressee and processor. The import permit must be processed by the person to whom the shipment is consigned, so it must be communicated to COFEPRIS 01-800-033-50-50 located in Oklahoma 14, Col. Napoles, Delegación Benito Juárez, C.P. 03810, Mexico City, in order to be provided with the corresponding information for processing, or failing that, a note indicating that it does not require an import permit. Once you obtain your import permit, you have to send it in original along with the following documentation: 1.- Letter addressed to the AICM Customs Administrator (Only the position, no name), indicating the shipping number, internal control, name, address, telephone number and signature of the person to whom the shipment is consigned. 2.-Copy of official identification where name and signature appear. 3.-Invoice of the content, in addition to a copy if the payment was made by credit card where the amount appears. The address is Centro de Despachos Aéreos Benito Juárez at Av. Capitán Piloto Aviador Carlos León S / N Federal Zone of the AICM, Col. Peñón de los Baños, C.P. 15622, Venustiano Carranza Delegation, Mexico City, attention to Special Procedures, preferably registered courier. It should be mentioned that the resolution is given by Postal Customs and that this process takes about 15 to 20 business days, once your documents are received to have the answer. In the same way, I inform you that according to Article 15 Universal Postal Agreement Paragraph II and III, as well as Articles 29 and 59 paragraphs II and IV, Article 60 of the Law of the Mexican Postal Service. For having fulfilled its term of law in accordance with the current regulations of Correos de México. The deadline to carry out the corresponding release procedures expired on 08/04/2020, for which it is necessary that you request an extension, this in order to extend the period of stay of your shipment and therefore you can continue to carry out your procedures. For this, the following documentation will be required: 1.- Letter addressed to the CDA Manager Benito Juárez Víctor Hugo Rodríguez Gaucin, requesting an extension for 60 days. Said letter must contain the following information: • Guide number. • Internal control number. • Full name of the recipient. • Autograph signature of the same. • Address and telephone. 2.- Copy of valid official identification with name and signature. The documents must be sent in PDF format to the email Buenos días Estimado usuario: Le informo que el Verificador Aduanal al momento de realizar la revisión de su envío #_______________, por el contenido determino que requiere ser liberado mediante los servicios de una Agencia Aduanal, así como un “Permiso de Importación” ante la Comisión Federal para la Protección Contra Riesgos Sanitarios (COFEPRIS), no omitiendo comentar que se encuentra en resguardo por Correos de México. Por lo que si decide contratar un Agente Aduanal: El Agente Aduanal deberá presentarse en las instalaciones del Centro de Despachos Aéreos Benito Juárez en Av. Capitán Piloto Aviador Carlos León S/N Zona Federal de AICM, Col. Peñón de los Baños, C.P. 15622, Delegación Venustiano Carranza, Ciudad de México, de lunes a viernes en un horario de 09:00 a 14:00 horas; con la siguiente documentación según sea el caso: PERSONA FÍSICA. Presentar carta poder, una dirigida al Administrador de la Aduana del AICM (únicamente el cargo, sin nombre) y una a Correos de México especificando el número de guía, número de control interno, mencionando el nombre de la Agencia Aduanal que contrató, número de la patente y fundamentada en el Art. 55 de la Ley Aduanera, la guía y el número de control interno, se encuentran citados en presente aviso enviado a su domicilio. * Copia de la identificación oficial del destinatario. * Copia del gafete del tramitador. * Cúter y cinta membretada de la Agencia Aduanal. * Cada carta poder deberá de venir con las copias de las identificaciones del destinatario y tramitador. * Copia del aviso (en caso de contar con el) PERSONA MORAL. Presentar carta poder debidamente firmada por el representante legal de la empresa. Una al Administrador de la Aduana del AICM (Únicamente el cargo, sin nombre) y una a Correos de México especificando el número de guía, número de control interno, mencionando el nombre de la Agencia Aduanal que contrató, número de la patente y fundamentada en el Art. 55 de la Ley Aduanera, la guía y el número de control interno, se encuentran citados en el presente aviso enviado a su domicilio. * Copia de la identificación oficial del Representante Legal. * Copia del Acta Constitutiva o Poder Notarial donde se subraye el nombre del Representante Legal. * Copia del gafete del tramitador. * Copia del aviso (en caso de contar con el) Cada carta poder deberá de venir con las copias de las identificaciones del destinatario y tramitador. El permiso de importación, deberá de tramitarlo la persona a la que viene consignado el envío, por lo que se tiene que comunicar a COFEPRIS 01-800-033-50-50 ubicados en Oklahoma 14, Col. Nápoles, Delegación Benito Juárez, C.P. 03810, Ciudad de México, con la finalidad de que le brinden la información correspondiente para su trámite, o en su defecto una nota en donde le indiquen que no requiere de permiso de importación. Una vez que obtenga su permiso de importación lo tiene que enviar en original junto con la siguiente documentación: 1.- Carta dirigida al Administrador de la Aduana del AICM (Únicamente el cargo, sin nombre), indicando número de envío, control interno, nombre, dirección, número telefónico y firma de la persona a la cual viene consignado él envío. 2.-Copia de identificación oficial en donde conste nombre y firma. 3.-Factura del contenido, además de copia si el pago fue hecho con tarjeta de crédito donde aparezca la cantidad. La dirección es Centro de Despachos Aéreos Benito Juárez en Av. Capitán Piloto Aviador Carlos León S/N Zona Federal del AICM, Col. Peñón de los Baños, C.P. 15622, Delegación Venustiano Carranza, Ciudad de México, atención a Trámites Especiales, de preferencia mensajería registrada. Cabe hacer mención que la resolución es dada por Aduana Postal y que dicho trámite tarda alrededor de 15 a 20 días hábiles, una vez que son recibidos sus documentos para tener la respuesta. De igual manera, hago de su conocimiento que de acuerdo al Artículo 15 Convenio Postal Universal Párrafo II y III, así como los Artículos 29 y 59 párrafos II y IV, Artículo 60 de la Ley del Servicio Postal Mexicano. Por haber cumplido su termino de ley de acuerdo a la normatividad vigente de Correos de México. La fecha límite de plazo para realizar los trámites correspondientes de liberación expiró el día 04/08/2020, por lo cual es necesario que solicite una prórroga, esto con la finalidad de que se extienda el plazo de estadía de su envío y por ende usted pueda continuar realizando sus trámites. Para ello se requerirá la siguiente documentación: 1.- Carta dirigida al Gerente del CDA Benito Juárez Víctor Hugo Rodríguez Gaucin, solicitando una prórroga por 60 días. Dicho escrito deberá contener los siguientes datos: • Numero de guía. • Número de control interno. • Nombre completo del destinatario. • Firma autógrafa del mismo. • Dirección y Teléfono. 2.- Copia de identificación oficial vigente donde conste nombre y firma. Los documentos deben ser remitidos en formato PDF al correo e
  4. We have had nothing but good experiences at SAT hospital. Please don't even compare it to the former Maskaras clinic nor Ajijic clinic. Big difference between a REAL hospital and mere clinics. Judging from most of the posts on here, it has been made quite clear that SAT is good at what they do for a small hospital. and I for one am glad they are here. Good luck clinic users! pedro kertesz
  5. I don't think you will be able to rent a steamer here. Other than a wallpaper steamer, which is too wet. There is cleaning company using steam but I don' t have their number. Dry steam really does work. It worked very well on some large tapestries which got creased in storage.
  6. You do know one puts out a story and the rest pick it up, yes? No one really bothers to check, they are like a herd. There's no indication this is anything other than something being batted around the bureaucracy. Why don't you wait and see if it goes any further? I'm betting not. Sure hope not, we're headed NOB by car in a couple weeks.
  7. I have those big yellow K&C fog lights on our 4 by 4. Never imagined I might need them.
  8. Seriously... If you feel you need all that, California or BC Norte might be a better place for you.
  9. I have always had good luck ordering from the U.K., Royal Mail. Goes through CDMX rather than the U.S. Mexico border. Same items as U.S. but U.K. money is a bargain these days Ordered some vegetable and flower seeds, but they fullfilled the order from Hungary. Arrived CDMX, cleared customs, never to be seen again. My theory is that the postie wanted some Hungarian stamps for their collection. Mail from China is pretty reliable but takes a long time, especially if you choose the free shipping option. China currency also a real bargain right now. USPS is a real mess right now. Not a statement of politics, but a statement of fact.
  10. It gets very foggy in spots and given that we have been experiencing fog on our local mountains, that might have been the cause. Just a thought.
  11. Ready for incoming? Looks like you have been here for at least a week. Takes about that long to rile up the "gang".
  12. My family has had three emergencies treated at the Ajijic Clinic/Hospital and was very pleased with two of the outcomes. The third was a dislocated shoulder where a specialist was brought in from Guadalajara who greately overcharged for his services...but at least he did the job. I think I'd choose it again rather than the hospital in S.A. after hearing the reports from posters.
  13. I am still "waiting" on 2 live from last year and was told by the post office here in Chapala that they were probably being held due to change over of political parties! One from the use and the other from India....someone got a nice dress and someone else an order of supplements. GRRRRR
  14. The new hospital on the Libramiento looks close to open. I hope it will conform more to what is considered a hospital then the San Antonio Hospital/Maskaras Clinic. I worked for over 30 years in a hospital. That pension allows me to live here. OK, let me have it.
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  16. Wow...usually the macro is one of the quietest and easiest roads to take...well worth the 75 pesos.
  17. That is the name, as I recall. Yes, they do have a good selection of hardware, tools, etc. It is also a US style layout for easy browsing.
  18. You must search out the local freebee shop, next to the free lunch shop in colonia del paridiso.
  19. First of all, it isn't needed, because the CDN population is in the vast majority, doing the right thing. Secondly, between Baffin Island, Alert NWT, and many other similar places....Canada already has all the remote spots it would ever need. 😉
  20. Forgive my ignorance, but because of unforeseen circumstances, I am about to lose my US address that I use for my US bank accounts. I only get a few pieces of mail a YEAR and am looking for a way to obtain a US address for receiving new credit cards, checks, etc. without having to pay for a box at iShop (my banks will not mail to Mexico). Someone told me there is a way to get mail at iShop without having to pay for a box. Thanks for your advice.
  21. ...for those who aren't old enough to know what that is: https://search.yahoo.com/search?p=cupie+doll&fr=ymyy-t-s&fr2=p%3Amy%2Cm%3Asa
  22. That is a long time for you package to go MIA. Mine has been missing since March. I have contacted Correo de Mexico, but do not expect this and another one to show, for coincidentally the same items were listed on Mercado Libre!!!! Like I said.. Good info for those who wonder if something will get here and how to go about shipping. For me, these Items are better off shipped to US location and then pay a service to take if further. Recent border challenges limit the size of the packages that a service can bring in, but to get small items like supplements/protein powders, it is still doable... For now. Who knows how further changes proposed today by the current administration will affect that.. hmmm... Maybe it is time to stock up a little bit more?
  23. Most dry cleaners won’t take draperies mine were dry cleaned in Mexico City but they did not have space to iron them, they suggested hanging them and steaming them, they had the steamer, and one of their men came and helped me and my housekeeper on his day off..
  24. In March I ordered some fairly expensive instrumentation electronics (about $20,000 pesos in value) from a company in California that had their products for sale on Amazon. I set my delivery address to iShop in SAT where I have a box#. I thought I was going to be OK for delivery because of the Amazon logistics. What I found out after shipping that they sent the order by USPS - no other options offered unless I could use my own courier account which I don't have. I was able to track the shipment up to the border then it entered a black hole. No further tracking info or updates. After about 2 months waiting (the end of the delivery window) I contacted the Vendor via Amazon and my order was cancelled and the money refunded. I encouraged the Vendor to arrange for Amazon logistics to handle their international shipments in the future but it seems this only is provided to Vendors who us Amazon's warehouses to inventory their products. This specific Vendor only uses Amazon listings to generate sales but ship from their own warehouse. I did continue to try and find out what happened to the shipment and about a further month later (in late June), iShop received a note from the Chapala post office that my parcel was there and to come and pay the SAT tax and handling fees to claim my parcel. The amount was about $5,000 pesos (arounf 24%) which I paid to get my box but there was no supporting paperwork or invoices - NADA. Never again - this just is proof to me that Correos de Mexico and SAT are disconnected and not integrated for foreign mail/parcel handling.
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