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  1. 21 hours ago, Eric Blair said:

    I ask for PM because I don't want to get into some long, drawn out thread.

    My wife got Covid 19 when she went to see her family in Panama. She is recovering there, but it looks like it will be a long haul.

    I need to get vaccinated. I am looking to go to Tijuana, crossing the bridge and go (where). Come back and go again for the second shot.

    If you have done this, please walk me through it step-by-step.

    PM please.

    Thanks.

    Go to the San Carlos forum and ask there. They are much more in tune with what you want to know...

  2. On 2/8/2019 at 8:31 AM, AlanMexicali said:

    A Residente Permanente card is green  and a Residente Temporal card is also but if he was comparing it to a US green card they are white and have been for a decade or more and a US temporary resident card is red. So "green card" is a bad choice of words in this sense. One should state which Mexican resident visa they have. RT, RP, Residente Temporal, Residente Permanente.

     

    True. And not everyone receiving a Residente Permanente is American so the use of the term Green Card is both confusing and inaccurate.

  3. We frequently drive down to Mexico from Vancouver Island at the time of year stated. Last winter it was the second week of December. We keep a close eye on the Siskiyou Pass situation. If there is snow or the threat of snow we head over  to the coast on 101 and come down the Oregon Coast through California to Ukiah and then head over to Interstate 5. Just reverse for going north. 

     

     

  4. Listen to Ferret and Sonia. I am Canadian and have been living part time at the Lake since 1999. It seems the ONLY valid reason for moving your dad down to Mexico is the climate. There are many smaller communities in BC where the weather is much improved over Ontario, and which are friendly and supportive communities with loads of activities for seniors. Consider this alternative. Your message reveals your complete naivite about Mexico and the difficulties that would face your dad. 

  5. On 3/8/2017 at 4:29 PM, DeborahS said:

    Any Canadians with cars? We live on Vancouver Island, BC (think: expensive ferries!) and will be applying for RT visas this summer. We know that we can drive our current car down with our "stuff" but we intend to apply for RP status once my application for Canadian citizenship is approved. Has anyone sold a car with metric instrumentation in Texas? The thought of driving all the way back to Canada to sell a car (and the cost) is daunting. TIA.

    You might want to re-think your plan to apply for a RT in Mexico before you take the oath of citizenship for Canada. http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/resources/tools/cit/grant/residence/intention.asp

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