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  1. We went to present another retorno seguro on Tuesday of this week (November 24, 2015) and had it rejected. The rules changed and the new ones took effect Monday, November 23, 2015 and they will now only accept them in Mexico City and once they receive all the papers (there are new forms and they now require the vehicle titles to be translated officially into Spanish) they have 15 business days to respond and the person or their legal representative must personally pick up the retorno seguro in Mexico City. Prior to this we were getting them done at the SAT offices in Guadalajara and Zapopan and we usually would be able to turn them around in 3 to 5 business days from the time the person signed papers at our office. Now the cost will be much higher and logistically it will be more difficult for people to plan their trips as they will need to submit the papers week in advance and not have much idea of when the retorno seguro will arrive needing to be ready to go at a moments notice for a few weeks. Effectively this will stop all retorno seguros this year as the holidays are coming soon and maybe longer until we get a handle on how they will apply the new regulations. They also want proof of address but what if a person rents? Also they want a notarized power of attorney, so now people will pay extra for that, also they ask people to attach their tourist visa, what if they are Mexican or temporal or permanentes? Also copy of the Banjercito receipt, what if nobody kept it as most people throw them away? We will file a complaint with PRODECON as this new policy will wreak havoc and make it difficult if not impossible for people to comply and if they can then the cost will be thousands of pesos extra. For now we are trying to sort out the new regulation and things that they did not provide for so that we can give people answers and help ease them into the new system. 4.2.20. Para efectos de lo dispuesto en el artículo 183, fracción II, segundo párrafo de la Ley, los propietarios de vehículos de procedencia extranjera que hayan sido importados o internados temporalmente a territorio nacional en términos de las reglas 3.4.6. y 4.2.7., y cuyo plazo para el retorno haya vencido, podrán presentar una solicitud mediante escrito libre en los términos de la regla 1.2.2., utilizando el formato "Solicitud de autorización para el retorno de vehículos extranjeros con permiso de importación temporal de vehículos vencidos, de conformidad con la regla 4.2.20.", ante la ACAJACE, cumpliendo con lo establecido en su instructivo de trámite. El beneficio señalado en la presente regla, no será aplicable cuando la autoridad haya iniciado el ejercicio de facultades de comprobación.
  2. SRE In Guadalajara moving location Next week the SRE (Secretaria de Relaciones Exteriores) will be moving their offices in Guadalajara. Presently, this week they are still at their location on the ground floor of the Palacio Federal on Alcalde in Guadalajara. They will be moving to Plaza Bonita (next to Plaza Mexico) on Avenida Mexico in Zapopan starting next week. Services that they provide the public that may be of interest to you are: Issuance and renewal of Mexican passports Permits for foreigners to own real estate Naturalization
  3. Some people have taken their foreign plated vehicles out of Mexico but for whatever reason did not cancel their temporary import permit at the border. People should always cancel their TIP but many times it is not feasible to make that long trek back to the border and have to cross over and cross back. Benefits of canceling are receiving your deposit back (if you cancel permit before expiration and / or timely done extensions), being able to temporarily import another foreign plated vehicle into Mexico and not having any future worry or hassle due to the Mexican government thinking your car is still in Mexico. The Mexican consulates in the US have special days where they will be canceling permits at their US based consulates in the following cities and dates for the rest of 2015: Denver Thursday and Friday October 8 and 9 2015 Houston Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday October 14, 15 and 16, 2015 Dallas Friday, Saturday and Sunday October 23, 24 and 25, 2015 Sacramento Tuesday and Wednesday November 3 and 4, 2015 Los Angeles Thursday and Friday October 29 and 30, 2015 Phoenix Thursday and Friday November 12 and 13, 2015 Chicago Thursday, Friday and Saturday December 3, 4 and 5, 2015 http://www.sat.gob.mx/aduanas/vehiculos/Paginas/default.aspx
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