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  1. Ok I have a valid passport but I have misplaced it. However, I have a photo of it, which shows the relevant info. I have plans to summer in Ajijic, and can't seem to get an appointment at a US Passport Agency due to Covid. I was thinking of applying for the FMM online using all of my valid information. When I cross the border do you think that the Customs and Immigration officials in Mexico would allow me passage. I do have my old expired passport. If I wasn't trying to get the TIP for driving my car I wouldn't worry about it. Any thoughts and suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
  2. Can anyone tell me whether or not my US Plated vehicle needs to have a valid tag. I am planning on going to the Mexican consulate in Texas in November to start the temporale process - my plates only expire in February. Once I have my temporale, I do not plan on returning to USA until my 4 years of temporale are up - then I will sell my vehicle in Texas, apply for permanente and return without a vehicle. My Mexican insurance will be kept up to date and so will my TIP but if TIP or local laws mean that I need to have valid plates, then I will have to return to TX in February and every year until I sell the vehicle there. Advice will be greatly appreciated. thank you
  3. After becoming Residente Permanente, how much time does one have to turn in the TIP and take the foreign auto out of Mexico?
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