There is a lot of advice given on the internet, especially on web-chat forums, but in the midst of all the chatter, a few voices are broadly recognized to give advice that stands rises above the crowd. Rolly Brook is one. Spencer McMullen is another.
Rolly? He has just announced his retirement: ~ It’s time to say good-bye ~
Spencer McMullen, the talented and well-respected attorney, offers the following very good advice to Residente Temporal and Residente Permamente card holders:
“The only people that should enter Mexico as tourists are those who want to leave in 180 days. Using their nationwide computer databases, Immigration is now checking and cross referencing the entrances of foreigners with Residente Permanente and Residente Temporal visas. The law states that if you enter or exit as a tourist then you will have your temporal or permanente visa canceled.
Why would people who have one of these documents risk losing everything including all the time and money spent?
Here are some commons reasons:
Ignorance about having to show their travel letter (or needing one when traveling while papers in process). Continue reading here.
You can read the full article at: Temporary and Permanent Residents Entering Mexico as “Tourists”: Don’t …
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Read on, MacDuff.