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  1. Does anyone have any positive recommendations for someone to come out and service our Mirage minisplit ac/-heat? It's a few years old and I'm thinking it's time to get it checked although it seems to be functioning properly. TIA!
  2. "Chofer" does mean "driver" but a Jalisco driver license for a car says "automovilista." For a pickup under 3000 kg or an auto up to 15 passengers, one applies for a "chofer" designation; the categories of driver licenses are: Modalidad: Chofer, automovilista, motociclista, permiso de menor, conductor de servicio de transporte público
  3. Walmart has color remover, but it is a different brand. Over by the laundry soaps, eye level.
  4. I needed the new one for my passport.
  5. Done for the past week; he's being neutered tomorrow. Local vets think either he was dumped last weekend or jumped from a Tapatio's truck and cannot find his way home. I've clocked miles and miles the past eight days looking for anyone who knows him or can offer him a home. SOL...
  6. Might it be possible to add this guy to the adoption? He's still hanging around; I posted several days ago but no takers so far. Thank you so much! Might anyone in Rancho del Oro area be able to identify a young-ish, large, intact male yellow lab mix with two one-inch-long horizontal scars over one eye who may have escaped his home on Saturday afternoon? He followed the trash truck up Cjón de la Zapota on Saturday night and at that time was wearing a collar. Today he has reappeared, sans collar. He is limping and appears tired but nourished and is super-sweet. I've fed and left water for him and I am hoping someone in the area will know who he belongs to. Here's "Bombones" who looks to be about 50 lbs young, but looks lighter (to me) in these photos.
  7. Not Siamese, but Dr. Ladrón this morning has two adorable white babies up for adoption.
  8. Might anyone in Rancho del Oro area be able to identify a young-ish, large, intact male yellow lab mix with two one-inch-long horizontal scars over one eye who may have escaped his home on Saturday afternoon? He followed the trash truck up Cjón de la Zapota on Saturday night and at that time was wearing a collar. Today he has reappeared, sans collar. He is limping and appears tired but nourished and is super-sweet. I've fed and left water for him and I am hoping someone in the area will know who he belongs to. Here's "Bombones" who looks to be about 50 lbs young, but looks lighter (to me) in these photos.
  9. I can't speak to the oxygen concentrator but my experience at Lakeside Medical is that the equipment rentals are per month; I rented a wheelchair in March, returned it well before 30 days, and was told (both before I rented and confirmed on return) that the rentals are for a monthly period, regardless of how many days you actually use the device.
  10. Congrats. Just now seeing this. Did you get clarity on my posting of INE and printing the updated CURP (it has a colored Mexican flag on it)?
  11. This happens frequently at Laredo (but not at Colombia, in my experience.) The agent (and supervisor) told me that at that location their bar-coded numbers on the FMMs are tracked so they could not use the FMM form I had completed in advance since the number would not mesh with the sequence of numbers they were given. I just copied the info to the new form, destroyed the first one, and they let me go to the front of the line when I had completed the copying. And yes, land border crossing officials appear less familiar with RP and RT holders, whose process for in and out registrations essentially is the reverse of tourists: almost always a supervisor to help the agent. (PS: the correct computer code is "8")
  12. Like REC, we also use Jesús Tejeda, who is a very responsive, bilingual broker. For the dozen or so years we've used him for our insurance needs (car, home, medical) he always has been upfront, responsive, and reliable. He will review with you the multiple providers he carries; the pros, cons, and recent histories of each, so you can make an informed decision. Like all insurance, your multiple variables are reflected in the cost and coverages.
  13. The mobile passport app only works for US citizens; US permanent residents and non-citizens do not qualify to use the service.
  14. Héctor is on FB; you can message him from there.
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