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  1. The following is the response I received from the U.S. Consulate in Guadalajara. End of story. I wonder if the U.S. government plans on stopping collecting my taxes while I live overseas? Dear XXXXX, The United States Government does not plan to provide COVID-19 vaccinations to private U.S. citizens overseas. Please follow host country developments and guidelines for COVID-19 vaccination. If you wish to be vaccinated in the U.S. please contact your doctor in the United States for information. Office of American Citi
  2. Does that mean the U.S. government should follow their example? If it had we would still be waiting for a Covid vaccine.
  3. In our own self interest, U.S. citizens living abroad should bring this issue to the U.S. government's attention. We need a Covid vaccine just like those living in the U.S.
  4. I was arguing that your excuse of lack of "logistics" was lame.
  5. How difficult is it for U.S. citizens living in this area to copy and paste the e-mail I sent to the U.S. Consulate? For your convenience, here is their e-mail address: acsgdl @ state.gov If we are all proactive, we may get somewhere. Spread the word to your friends in this area. Ask your friends in other parts of Mexico to write to their appropriate consulate. If we do nothing, we will get nothing.
  6. The new administration is going to be spending trillions of dollars on covid relief packages. If they can’t provide covid vaccines directly, they could send payments to U.S. citizens abroad in lieu of that.
  7. A lame reason. Has logistics stopped them from collecting taxes from U.S. citizens living abroad, or subjecting them to the same financial laws as Americans living at home? Don’t U.S. taxpayers living abroad have any rights? If we don’t stand up for our rights, who will?
  8. The following is the text of my e-mail to the U.S. Consulate in Guadalajara: "To: The Person In Charge The United States government is dispensing Covid vaccines to the American population. Will the U.S. Consulate in Guadalajara be organizing Covid vaccines to be dispensed to U.S. citizens living in this area? I would really appreciate if I could get a response as to the kind of assistance that will be available to U.S. citizens living abroad with regard to Covid vaccines. Sincerely, xxxxxxxxxxx" I was wondering if the U.S. government is providing
  9. Can you please tell me where and when this talisman that will keep me safe from Covid is available? Will it cause any allergic reaction? I need to be liberated from this social distancing.
  10. Were they open today, Saturday? And what are their Saturday hours. Thanks.
  11. I paid my property tax in Chapala, this morning. It went up by 10.4 %. They office opens at 9:00 a.m. I'm not sure what time they close. You're given a number as you go in through the front door, then wait until they call you up. The while process took twenty minutes.
  12. Did you buy the duck fresh or frozen? And how did it turn out?
  13. Try "Adrezo Mil Islas", Members Mark Brand at El Torito.
  14. Ajijic Tango. The portion is large enough for two big eaters or 3 smaller eaters to share.
  15. You don't think that was the first thing I did?
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