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- Labor Law for Household Employees in Mexico - What must we pay? What should we be doing?
- Auto Parts Terminology: Spanish-English / English-Spanish - The Article
- Telephone ~ Phone Calls To, From & Within Mexico: Dialing Made Easy
- 2019 Holiday Season Pay Rules for ALL Mexican Workers ~ Aguinaldos ~ and Vacation Pay !
- ~ Current Rules and Procedures for Immigration, Visiting, and Staying in Mexico
- Official Mexican Government Website for Checking License Plates
- Mexican Citizenship Test ... No Longer with Answers
- Buying a Used Car in Mexico ... Do's & Don'ts
- Temporary and Permanent Residents Entering Mexico as "Tourists": Don't ...
Abstracts of Articles
- Need to Notarize a Document when Abroad?
- Adventures into Yucatan Plumbing & Electrical (Desafios)
- (no title)
- Drinking Water Quality in Merida and Yucatan
- Mexico’s National Baseball Team into the Olympics !
- Gas Stove Problems … Not able to simmer or braise ??
- British Museum’s Maya Collection now On-Line!
- Dengue Cases Increasing … Practical Protection Actions ?
- Fall 2019 Time Change for Mexico !
- One Way Ticket Problems for US Travel and Entering Mexico
- US Border Patrol & ICE Cracking Down On CBD Oil & on Admissions of Past Pot Smoking
- “REAL” ID, Passport or US Military ID Needed for US Domestic Flights
- Mailing system from Mexico to USA becoming Uncertain
- Yucatan Plants that Harm … and Heal
- Progreso Port Growing & Improving
- Chase Cancels ALL Canadian Credit Card Debt
- What’s next ?
- Keyless Entry … means Easy-to-Steal
- Mexico’s New 10 Digit Simplified Phone Dialing
- (no title)
- Mexico’s Immigration System Continues to Improve Ex-pat Services
- PEMEX Guys Come Up with New Scam
- Mexico’s Curious Rules for Listing Prices
- Dangerously Venomous Snakes of Yucatan State (3)
- Mexico Adopts Normal Phone Dialing in August 2019
Groups of Articles
Monthly Archives: April 2013
APRIL 30, 2013 From across Mexico, there have been reliable but curious reports this past week about Aduana offices telling expats who have foreign-plated cars that they should take the car out of Mexico… through the same Aduana port-of-entry where … Continue reading
APRIL 24, 2013 The Camara de Diputados has passed changes to Article 27 of the Mexican Constitution affecting fideicomisos, but only parts of the text have been released. This Constitutional amendment still needs approval from the Senate and a majority … Continue reading
APRIL 24, 2013 A helpful and very reliable reader (Lic. Spencer McMullen of Chapala Law) offered the news that their firm has received the first written notice from Aduana DF ruling that Residente Permanentes are not allowed to have or operate … Continue reading
APRIL 23, 2013 Good News for Residente Temporal-es with Temporarily Import Permit (TIP) foreign-plated vehicles: Aduana de Progreso now has a procedure in place to extend the expiration dates of the TIP to match your shiny new Residente Temporal cards! … Continue reading
APRIL 21, 2013 Por Esto (not our favorite news source) offers some interesting updates on the Mexican Legislature’s actions on Fideicomisos: http://www.poresto.net/ver_nota.php?zona=qroo&idSeccion=15&idTitulo=237601 version off an El Universal report. Google Translate Version: “Beaches to the highest bidder Foreigners can buy land … Continue reading
While reading the expat forums from around Mexico last week, I came across this item unanswered set of questions on Yolisto: “Need Immigration Lawyer: I contacted (Lawyer) Rodrigo and here is the responses I got from him. A permenat … Continue reading
APRIL 17, 2013 UPDATE: It looks like the TioCorp offer to import TIP cars may be in deep trouble. TioCorp has not been answering emails for weeks since an April 2, 2014 new Mexican law may have legally closed the … Continue reading