~ They want a (non-refundable) prepayment of 50% of up-front money just to start the process.
~ No Inmigrante (FM3) and Residente Temporal permit holders are disqualified from using the Amparo.
~ TioCorp specifically “assume(s) no responsibility for the legality of your vehicle.”
~ The legality of your importation of the vehicle depends solely on the unnamed Customs Broker that Tiocorp chooses to use.
~ TioCorp refuses to release any details on the Amparo, saying:
“The information was provided by the import agent who filed suit for the amparo and we do not have access to the court transcripts or other documents. He considers this to be privileged information which provides him with competitive advantage. ”
Further: TioCorp puts the following disclaimer on every page:
“The legal responsibility to process your application to import your vehicle is that of the Licensed Import Agent based upon the documents and information you have provided. We act as a sales agent only and cannot guarantee the legality of your vehicle once processed. That is the legal responsibility of the Licensed Import Agent and you as the declared legal owner.”
The bolding is my addition.. . . Continue reading here…
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Proposal to Nationalize Almost Any Vehicle in Mexico
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