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So, we live in Queretaro and have been refused a policy renewal from Seguro Popular at both the General Hospital and the main office in Centro. Only with a naturalization letter they said. At the SP office, I asked if we can get IMSS and they said no - same requirement.

Anyone know what's involved in getting a naturalization letter? Also wondering if doing so would affect our Canadian pensions.

Thanks in advance.

 

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MIGRATION LAW New Law published in the Official Gazette of the Federation on May 25, 2011 CURRENT TEXT Last reform published 04-21-2016 On the margin a seal with the National Shield, which says: United Mexican States.- Presidency of the Republic. FELIPE DE JESÚS CALDERÓN HINOJOSA, President of the United Mexican States, its inhabitants know: That the Honorable Congress of the Union, has served to address the following: "SECOND TITLE RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS OF MIGRANTS SINGLE CHAPTER RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS Article 6. The Mexican State shall guarantee the exercise of the rights and freedoms of foreigners recognized in the Constitution, in international treaties and conventions to which the Mexican State is a party and in the applicable legal provisions, regardless of their immigration status. Page 5 of 49 Article 7. The freedom of every person to enter, remain, transit and leave the national territory shall have the limitations established in the Constitution, international treaties and conventions to which the Mexican State is a party, this Law and other applicable legal provisions. Free transit is a right of every person and it is the duty of any authority to promote and respect it. No person will be required to prove their nationality and immigration status in the national territory, more than by the competent authority in the cases and under the circumstances established in this Law. Article 8. Migrants may access the educational services provided by the public and private sectors, regardless of their immigration status and in accordance with the applicable legal and regulatory provisions. Migrants will have the right to receive any type of medical care, provided by the public and private sectors, regardless of their [legal] immigration status, in accordance with the applicable legal and regulatory provisions. Migrants, regardless of their immigration status, will have the right to receive, free of charge and without restriction, any kind of urgent medical care that is necessary to preserve their life. In the provision of educational and medical services, no administrative act will establish restrictions greater than those generally established for Mexicans. Article 9. Judges or officers of the Civil Registry may not deny migrants, regardless of their immigration status, the authorization of the acts of marital status or the issuance of certificates relating to birth, recognition of children, marriage, divorce and death . Article 10. The Mexican State shall guarantee migrants who intend to enter the country on a regular basis or who reside in national territory with a regular immigration status, as well as those who intend to regularize their immigration status in the country, the right to the preservation of family unit. Article 11. In any case, regardless of their immigration status, migrants will have the right to the procurement and delivery of justice, respecting at all times the right to due process, as well as to submit complaints regarding human rights, in accordance with the provisions contained in the Constitution and other applicable laws. In the procedures applicable to migrant children and adolescents, their age will be taken into account and their best interests will be privileged. Article 12. Migrants, regardless of their immigration status, will have the right to recognition of their legal personality, in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution and international treaties and conventions to which the Mexican State is a party. Article 13. Migrants and their families who are in the territory of the United Mexican States shall have the right to be provided information about:
I. Your rights and obligations, in accordance with current legislation; II. The requirements established by the applicable legislation for..."

All socialized medicine systems in Mexico are available to legal residents   -  if they qualify for IMSS - if not they qualify to join the Seguro Popular - under rights of legal immigrant residents in  the  SEGOB  -  INM 2011 Immigration Law. This includes Residente Permanentes and Residente Temporal residents.  Any state, city or hospital where Seguro Popular is denied to any legal resident is breaking this law and the federal Secretaria de Salud federal law and federal anti-discrimination law. Report them to the Secretaria de Salud administration office in the Seguro Popular hospital you are applying at. You will need the place, date, time and the employees name to report them. Take a copy of the above law with you. Even if the employee was instructed by higher ups the investigation you iniciate will reach those whom have incorporated a policy illegally in their particular sector of the federally administrated by Secretaria de Salud federal employees and federally funded Seguro Popular. IMSS also is administrated and mostly - some fee funded - funded by the federal government Secretaria de Salud and both have to follow federal laws without discrimination. Your 16 percent IVA taxes and any SAT taxes you pay fund it.

 

"Servicios de Salud" of the state of Queretaro are breaking 3 federal laws discriminating against legal foreign residents of Mexico by refusing to enrol them in federally funded socialized medicine in their state. Report the clerk who refused you to join to the federal "Sectretaria de Salud" administration office in the Seguro Popular hospital. Take a copy of this above federal law. It doesn't matter who instructed her to break the 3 federal laws as they will be investigated along with the clerk. Know your rights as a legal resident.

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1 hour ago, Frijoles said:

So, we live in Queretaro and have been refused a policy renewal from Seguro Popular at both the General Hospital and the main office in Centro. Only with a naturalization letter they said. At the SP office, I asked if we can get IMSS and they said no - same requirement.

Anyone know what's involved in getting a naturalization letter? Also wondering if doing so would affect our Canadian pensions.

Thanks in advance.

 

A naturalization letter would be a copy of the document stating that you are a naturalized Mexican Citizen.   Canadians are allowed to hold dual citizenship with Mexico. It is a lengthy process. 1st requirement is either be married to a Mexican for 2 years or to have lived in Mexico for 5 years.

I agree with AlanMexacali. You are entitled under federal law if you are a llegal resident of Mexico. Download a copy of the law (in Spanish) and present it at Seguro Popular if you are told you need to be a citizen when you go for renewal.  Possibly you might want the services of an attorney. 

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