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  1. My Husband just crossed the border at Nogales. It was early Tuesday morning, and he said that exiting the car at aduana, it took 45 minutes to get to the front of the line. He says he’s never seen so many US vehicles exiting; trailers pulling cars, boats, cars and boats on the same trailer , US plate after US plate. He went to the global exit lane and said it took an hour just to get to that lane. Seems to be a mass exit. Are people afraid to keep their cars in Mexico because of a border closing?
  2. The check is in the mail, international travel with cash or checks… Many countries have enacted legislation to combat money laundering which is used to avoid lawful payment of taxes or disguise illegal operations. Many countries have based their laws off of or copied the US provisions that regulate crossing borders with money or negotiable instruments. Comments from US Customs and Border patrol state: “When entering the U.S. in-transit to a foreign destination, you will be required to clear U.S. Customs Border Protection (CBP) and Immigra
  3. Has anyone imported a firearm from NOB? AS you know, firearm prices here in Mexico are outrageous. I am curious if it is worth the process of importing a new firearm, not a collectible or antique. I believe it starts off with a permit to import (S.E.D.E.N.A. 02-053) for about $4,300 pesos. Is there any documents or permits associated with Aduana? I am sure that there are taxes and import fees as well. And what about ATF? And how is the firearm transported? Is it best to have it shipped? And would you use a custom agent? Thank you for your input. As for ATF, I did find the following i
  4. I am wondering if anyone has had experience with this situation or has any knowledge regarding it. Thanks for your help in advance. I have a Canadian plated vehicle that someone wants to buy. They are also Canadian, so that is not a problem. But, because they want to leave the car here in Mexico, the TIP I have on it must be taken off and theirs put on. Is there any way to return the TIP or cancel it without losing my money and not going to the border? One of the reasons for selling the car is so I do not have to drive it back to Canada. Is it possible to turn in the TIP without the phy
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