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Lic. Oscar Angulo
Email: ancomercial@hotmail.com
AnCo Comercializadora
Mexican Cel: 045 6311 20 10 15
US Cel: (520) 988-1936

Nogales, Sonora, Mx.




" Any car without letters in the ViIN [NAFTA built vehicles] can be nationalized from 1984 to 2007 to be registered in other states here on the border. [interior Zone]


"PG IMPORT
Importacion y Nacionalizacion de Autos, Pickups, Lanchas, Motos etc.

Tel. 686 554-2866, Nextel 152 14 74633
E-Mail: pg.import@hotmail.com
Local S3 C. Comercial Caballito,
Blvd. Adolfo Lopez Mateos
Mexicali B.C. Mexico


These 2 brokers have nationalized vehicles for Expats for a fee of around $65.00 US. Those Expats saved a bundle and were pleased by their professionalism.

It might be worth the extra 400 miles there from Guadalajara instead of Nuevo Laredo.

It appears all the brokers in Nuevo Laredo charge about $500 to $1000 US fee to nationalize NAFTA vehicles that qualify.

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Allen am still working on nationalazation with Oscar, he called me a few days ago and have sent him pictures etc. It seems like an uphill battle? Will keep you informed.
From: Oscar Angulo
Sent: Wednesday, May 29, 2013 3:11 PM
Subject: RE: 1979 Mercedes
DEAR CP JOSEPH.
WE CAN LEGALIZE YOUR CAR, BUT IS TO EXPENSIVE.
BECAUSE IS A CLASSIC ONE, SO THE ADUANA TAKE THE VALUE OF THE CAR
AND YOU HAVE TO PAY 70% OF THE VALUE PLUS FEES.
REGARDS.

LIC. Oscar Fco. Angulo.
AnCo Comercializadora.
Tel 631-31-52571
Nex. 62*259663*2
Cel Mex 045 6311201015.
Cel Usa 520 988 1986.





From: captnaselli@prodigy.net.mx
To: ancomercial@hotmail.com
Subject: 1979 Mercedes
Date: Tue, 28 May 2013 22:09:57 -0500

To recommended customs brokers for nationalizing vehicles, Oscar Angulo, I would like to have Jalisco plates for this 1979 Mercedes vehicle. Entering Laredo, Texas. Phone 376 766-5687 Chapala , Mx.
RE: Licensing car from Foreign to Mexican plates
From: Joseph Naselli <captnaselli@netzero.net>
Reply To:
To:pg.import@hotmail.com
Cc:
Bcc:
Sent: Tue, May 28, 2013 09:45 PM
Ms. Patricia G, did you get the VIN numbers I sent you a few days ago? Sending them again: 1979 Mercedes Model 300 SD, VIN # 116 1200 7720, Engine # 617 950 1200 7618 Thank You

---------- Original Message ----------
From: Patricia G� <pg.import@hotmail.com>
To: "Captain Joseph L. Naselli" <captnaselli@netzero.net>
Subject: RE: Licensing car from Foreign to Mexican plates
Date: Fri, 26 Apr 2013 16:03:16 -0700

Hi!! i need the vin number of vehicle
thanks



 
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You might see if you can get a current value from someplace of your car on-line.

http://www.aduanas.sat.gob.mx/aduana_mexico/2008/vehiculos/141_10175.html

" Classic cars

In accordance with Section III, Article 12 of the "Agreement establishing the classification and coding of goods whose import or export is subject to the requirement of prior permission from the Ministry of Economy", are exempted from the requirement of prior import by the Ministry of Economy established in Articles 1o. and 6th., of this Agreement, imports of vehicles whose serial number or model year has a period equal to or greater than 30 years before the current, and having a gross vehicle weight under and not exceeding 8,864 kilograms.

Therefore if the vehicle you want to import a period equal to or greater than 30 years before the current, shall import the same.


Process:

The procedure must be performed at the point of entry through customs agent, who will prepare the final import permit for their vehicle entering custom assignment does not require that they comply with the requirement that the applicant is registered in the Importers List, provided that only one vehicle is imported annually.

The pedimento may cover only the vehicle to import and any other goods.

The broker is a natural person to whom the Secretary of Finance and Public Credit authorized by a patent, for others to promote the release of goods in different customs procedures referred to in the Act who contracts their services, ie not is an employee of the General Administration of Customs.

The Customs Broker advises importers and exporters about the procedure and requirements to be met for the customs clearance of the goods, such as non-tariff regulations and restrictions, preferential tariff rates for tariff benefits under treaties with various countries to which Mexico is a part. Also suggests transport options to find the best option, depending on the volumes, destinations and characteristics of them.

You can contact the brokers through:


Confederation of Customs Brokers Associations of Mexico (CAAAREM)

Tel (01 55) 3300 7500 in Mexico DF

Website link to an external site www.caaarem.org.mx


Latin American Confederation of Customs Brokers AC (CLAA)

Tel (0155) 1107 8515 and 1107 8592

Website link to an external site http://www.claa.org.mx/

Legal Basis: Annex 2.2.1 of the Rules and General Character Criteria Foreign Trade


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21/septiembre/2012, 18:14 current information.

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