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  1. Thanks Dan. Car travel for entering and exiting Mexico does not require FMM. In fact, when I cross the border weekly by car, I'm never stopped or asked. But I will pick up and complete the bottom portion of a new form in the PV airport.
  2. I just landed in Puerta Vallarta, got in line for Mexicans and had my completed FMM form. Immigration took whole form from me and said I don’t need bottom half because I’m a temporary resident, not visitor. I was surprised by this but he insisted. So now I have no portion of the form for my return back to the US. Will I need to complete a FMM form for flight back to states? If so, do I just complete the bottom half of a brand new form I get from the airport? I’m not planning any return flights to Mexico (since I drive between San Diego to Rosarito) so I hope my indefinite “absence” from Mexico
  3. Thank you mudgirl. Do I list Mexico as my country of residence in the top part of the FMM form?
  4. I have a mexico temporary residency card, and I live part-time in California and part time in Mexico. I am flying to Puerta Vallarta from San Diego, and am a bit confused about the process of entering and exiting Mexico in a way that I don't lose my residency status. I know I am not supposed to be processed as a tourist, as that will override my resident status. Can someone confirm that my understanding is correct about what I will do? My understanding is then when I'm in flight to Mexico, I will be given the FMM form. (I do not have an existing FMM form from previous tra
  5. Hello mostly lost, I never exited Mexico by plane so I don’t have an Fmm form to provide when I land in Puerta Vallarta. I always travel by car between San Diego and Rosarito so I don’t need a fmm for that. Given this, do I proceed with the same steps I outlined in my post? And should I list Mexico as my country of residence on top part of form? Thanks!
  6. I have a mexico temporary residency card, and I live part-time in California and part time in Mexico. I am flying to Puerta Vallarta from San Diego, and am a bit confused about the process of entering and exiting Mexico in a way that I don't lose my residency status. I know I am not supposed to be processed as a tourist, as that will override my resident status. Can someone confirm that my understanding is correct about what I will do? My understanding is then when I'm in flight to Mexico, I will be given the FMM form. I should complete the top portion, making sure I select "oth
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