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  1. I am working on gathering statistical information and made a request to immigration to get information on how many total immigration files they work on per year at the local Chapala office and of that number how many are for Americans, here are the results: Year / Total / Americans 2012 / 5,634 / 3,498 (62.1%) 2013 / 5,147 / 3,214 (62.4%) 2014 / 2,775 / 1,779 (64.1%) 2015 / 2,428 / 1,631 (67.2%) 2016 / 2,250 / 1,534 (68.2%) 2016 Resident Data (Cards issued in all Jalisco, not just Chapala) Residentes Temporales: 7,962 Residentes Permanentes: 2,897 Also have been gathering death information, not all local municipalities are in but here are the stats for American and Canadian deaths annually in the municipality of Chapala Deaths Year / Americans / Canadians / Other foreigner 2010 / 48 / 7 / 2 2011 / 66 / 16 / 4 2012 / 65 / 17 / 4 2013 / 68 / 22 / 6 2014 / 71 / 19 / 7 2015 / 64 / 18 / 6 2016 / 84 / 30 / 8 In other foreigners mentioned for Chapala, England comes in first place with at least one citizen dying each year and Germany with one death annually except 2010 and 2011
  2. Hola amigos, I've lived near seis esquinas((very safe these days as apposed to 2-3yrs ago)) for the past 3 years, in a very Mexican street/Mexican house((partner is Mexican)). We fancy a change of scenery and really like some houses in Ribeiras de Pilar-some agent friends have said it's quite isolated and not that safe for ladies to walk on their own, especially at night. Any Ribeiras residents feedback would be greatly appreciated. Many thanks for reading. Saludos y k tenga una semana santa.
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