Updated Absentee Voting Information for US Expats in Mexico

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Consulado de los EEUU en Mérida, México
Calle 60 #338K x 29 y 31, Colonia Alcalá Martín
Mérida, Yucatán, México
C.P. 97050

Message for U.S. Citizens
Dated: December 7, 2011
Dear U.S. citizens:
For your information please read below and attached the information from the Federal Voting Assistance Program (www.fvap.gov), thank you.
Merida Consular Section
Subject: News Release # 34- Federal Voting Assistance Program

December 7, 2011


Voting Assistance Officers should contact voters from these States and inform them of the need to act soon. Refer them to FVAP.gov web portal and assist them in requesting and returning their absentee ballot. . . .

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© Steven M. Fry

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2 Responses to Updated Absentee Voting Information for US Expats in Mexico

  1. This is not on the topic of voting but I don’t seem to have an address for Steven directly and can’t find an email address.

    On your post in Mexconnect on the new immigration laws that are supposed to go into effect Jan. 2 and the regulations on how that is supposed to happen aren’t available yet, i posted a link to your Mexconnect post on my forums at http://www.fallinginlovewithsanmiguel.com.

    Someone who is an adult English teacher in San Miguel replied that some of her students work in the SMA INM office and they have been training regularly this month on the new regs. They’ve had to miss her classes many times for the training.

    So maybe the new regs are out and the INM offices and employees are being trained in them. I hope you can check again with your source at your INM office and see if you can get the details.

    Thanks, and you can delete this comment from this thread after reading since it doesn’t apply to the topic.

    Carol Schmidt

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