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  1. threw out the paper........... What time is the parade in Ajijic on Tuesday? Thanks
  2. What time this year is the castillo in Ajijic. In the past it was around 11pm but I think they are starting earlier 10:30 ??
  3. Didn't know there was another posting on the same topic.
  4. Mexico shortens waiting periods for some consular services Today in the Official Federal Register (DOF) Mexico published changes to the wait times for many consular services. This is the Mexican government's compliance with its National Development Plan for 2013-2018 and Goal V of "Mexico with Global Responsibility." The services where wait times have been shortened are services offered in Mexican Consulates outside Mexico. Examples of these services and wait times are: Certifications of Foreign Corporations, Legalization of Signatures and Documents and Powers of Attorney whose wait times have dropped from 30 days to 10 days. Menaje de casa for Mexicans and foreigners where wait times have dropped from 30 days to 10 days. Passport issuance where wait times have dropped from 10 days to 3 days. http://www.dof.gob.mx/nota_detalle.php?codigo=5434218&fecha=22/04/2016
  5. Well it seems as if the rumors are coming true. We have had many problems recently with the residente permanente applications. Chapala has been taking 4 months plus to review applications with bank statements. People complained about this so we started sending files to Guadalajara and they are faster. No good deed goes unpunished and Guadalajara has rejected many applications and not even received them saying they didn't think the person's signature matched their passport, we even had to physically bring people there to sign in front of them to prove they really signed the application. Next they decided they wanted to see everyone's original passports and once again rejected applications. Now they want proof someone is receiving a pension (not just bank stmts) and is retired. How can we prove someone is not working apart from their word? How do we prove extraterrestrial aliens don't exist (apart from the ones working on residente permanente files at immigration in Guadalajara)? We now advise all people to renew as temporary and then right away for for permanent if they want to avoid being rejected and losing prior years due to the lag time in processing leading to the old document expiring. Also there still exist differences between the offices, it is so crazy as each file needs to be analyzed to determine where we send it and for some sent to Guadalajara we have had to make a few trips due to people not signing close enough to their passport signature. There are still mistakes being made which we can appeal and win however the appeal process takes months and in the meantime you are trapped in Mexico and cannot leave the country.
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