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  1. https://consulmex.sre.gob.mx/houston/index.php/comunidadesatencion/214-afiliaimss#:~:text=No hay límite de edad. Google Translation: "Is there an age limit to start registration? Can a person over 60 still employed register? Up to what age can a worker register? Is there a maximum age for which they can be insured? There is no age limit."
  2. My buddy who travels continuiosly got this from a machine when entering Mexico yesterday instead of the tourist stamp in his passport. The new system at the Mexico City airport now. It is good for 180 days.
  3. All the Covid vaccine is now the Cuban vaccine in Mexico. The Secreteria de Saluds in each state has vaccination centers operating occationally.
  4. I looked up residential building/work permits in Guadalajara. Only if you are building a structure 20 sq. meters or more is a building "licence" required. It appears he is an extortionist.
  5. "Save yourself from a fine In which places is smoking prohibited as of today? With the new law, tobacco-free spaces are expanded, so there will be fines for those who smoke cigarettes of up to 3,000 pesos.  The new law prohibits smoking on public transport and in schools. (Darkroom) January 15, 2023 | 4:34 p.m. The new General Law for Tobacco Control entered into force this Sunday, January 15, and with it, new restrictions on the sale and consumption of tobacco in the country. This law prohibits all forms of cigarette advertising as well as its display at points of sale, so now stores like Oxxo must hide them from public view and have a list of names and prices in which they inform those who want to buy. With the aim of protecting the health of the population, mainly children, this measure includes the expansion of tobacco-free spaces, so smokers will have fewer spaces and new signs so they know when it is allowed and when it is not. Places where you can no longer smoke As of this Sunday, January 15, smoking is prohibited in: A smokeless tobacco business Work centers. Public transport. Schools. Venues where shows are held. Hotels. Stadiums. Shopping malls. Beaches, parks or places where girls, boys and adolescents are, as well as those marked with the legend "Free space for smoke”. Restaurants may not offer a smoking area. The Federal Commission for the Protection Against Sanitary Risks (Cofepris) will monitor compliance with the rule, and if you want to report a person who smokes in prohibited places, call 800 033 5050. In Mexico, approximately one in eight Mexicans, that is, 16 million, are smokers, and there are 173 deaths due to smoking. With this measure, it is expected that the demand for tobacco will decrease and that the new generations will normalize their consumption, in order to benefit health. The Ministry of Health expects to prevent 49 thousand premature deaths and 292 thousand new cases of diseases associated with smoking in the next 10 years thanks to the denormalization of tobacco, as well as a saving of 116 thousand pesos in diseases associated with the consumption of cigarettes and other products with nicotine." © Copyright, Lauman Multimedia Group, SAPI de CV
  6. Narcotic pain medicine is perscribed by anesthesioligists licensed to do so. Non narcotic pain medicines are prescibed by Dr.s
  7. It did not say this is in Canada but I suspect it might be. 😊
  8. https://www.deceroacien.com.mx/tendencias/2022/9/22/cual-es-la-multa-por-no-regularizar-tu-auto-chocolate-2783.html "A few months ago, the President of the Republic, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, reported that a program would be launched to regulate chocolate cars, since in this way greater control of the vehicle fleet in the country could be achieved. The deadline to carry out the procedure was September 20, however, the Federal Executive informed through the Official Gazette of the Federation that the term would extend until December 31 of this year. Despite the fact that the Mexican government has been quite flexible with the situation, there are still motorists who are not sure about starting this process, which leads us to ask ourselves: what is the fine for not regularizing your chocolate car? According to reports from El Sol de Hermosillo, because the regularization process is still open, for now there is no official statement indicating that drivers of this type of car can be fined, since it is believed that they intend to start with regularization. YOU MAY BE INTERESTED  TIPS How to regularize a "chocolate car" in Puebla?  FIND OUT What are chocolate cars? At the moment it is not known what could happen to the chocolate cars after December 31, but it is expected that some measures will be taken. According to the trial lawyer, Nuria Gallegos, who was interviewed by Milenio in October 2021, before the decree, driving an illegal vehicle in Mexico brought with it the following consequences: Insurance of automobiles Fines for foreign trade Prison (depending on the status of the vehicle) “They can seize your car, they seize assets and the fines for foreign trade are very high, sometimes higher than the value of the vehicle. There may even be a prison sentence, in the least of three months to six years. The penalty varies if the vehicle brought false documents or had a report of theft. Trial Lawyer, Nuria Gallegos, Via Milenio Now or never Owners of chocolate cars who have not yet considered starting this process should be aware that the extension until December 31 of this year is the last opportunity that the government will give to regularize the vehicles, according to Marco Antonio Moreno Mexía. , Secretary of the Treasury of Baja California. If you want to know how to start this process, we share a quick and easy guide that can be of great help. Remember that there is still time to start the regularization of your chocolate car, because if you do not do it, it is very likely that in the future you will have to face fines, the insurance of your car, and even the deprivation of your liberty. TOPICS Chocolate carsUsed carsImports"
  9. https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.milenio.com/negocios/amplian-plazo-regularizacion-autos-chocolate-2022 "They extend the term for the regularization of 'chocolate' cars until the end of the year and include Jalisco Jalisco was included in the regularization program due to its high rate of migrant population to the United States of America and Canada.  The "chocolate cars" are difficult units to track and the real number of those circulating in Mexico is unknown. (Shutterstock) Mexico City / 19.09.2022 22:13:00 President Andrés Manuel López Obrador modified the decree for the regularization of illegally imported used cars, popularly known as chocolates, to extend its application that expired on September 20 until December 31 of this year. In addition to that, the federal government decided to add Jalisco to the states where this type of unit is legalized, which are Baja California, Baja California Sur, Chihuahua, Coahuila, Durango, Michoacán, Nayarit, Nuevo León, Puebla, Sinaloa, Sonora, Tamaulipas and Zacatecas. "The state of Jalisco is included in said regularization program due to its high rate of migrant population to the United States of America and Canada, which has led to a considerable number of used vehicles of foreign origin in irregular status being interned in that state," he said. They stressed that since the implementation of the regularization program for vehicles of foreign origin, more than half a million vehicles have been legalized. "Legal certainty and protection were granted to the family assets of millions of Mexicans, as well as helping to guarantee public safety, which translates into a greater economic benefit for all the participating states," he said. Car dealers are against this measure because it distorts the pre-owned market, generating an oversupply of used cars that also affects the sale of new units; in addition to accusing that they are vehicles that pollute more."
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