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  1. This may help: https://www.mexperience.com/faqs-what-is-mexicos-rfc-and-what-is-it-used-for/
  2. Let me repeat what I wrote 21 April which is the post right above yours, Alpha1 - "Internet and electric outages here are a way of life. " You will have a full time job if you post every time your power is interupted.
  3. Phil, I don't believe they have ever been open on Monday if that is when you tried.
  4. There is only one Post Office now, been like that for sometime . It is located in Chapala on Degollado just past DIF. Sucursal en Chapala | Chapala Centro Dirección: Calle Degollado 323, Chapala Centro, 45901 Chapala, Jalisco, México Teléfono: +52 800 701 7000 Horarios: LUNES A VIERNES 08:00 a 17:00 SABADO 10:00 a 14:00
  5. I don't believe that to be true from personal experience.
  6. This happens regularly in Brisas de Chapala (like Saturday morning for several hours). It can mean we need to trim trees that are causing shorts or, in the case of Saturday morning, a transformer blew.
  7. Do you think when we pay our refrendo in Chapala each year that all other motor vehicle entities are notified? Nope. Do you think if you get a ticket for a vehicle infraction that the refrendo place is notified ? Nope. Do you think when you become permanente that all government agencies in MX are notified? Nope. Not any different than in the U.S. All separate agencies and not linked. Not enough employees in the world to handle that type of information sharing - - - yet, perhaps with AI.
  8. Excerpts: These fees are set by the credit card networks (Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express). Each card association has its own schedule of interchange fees... The exchange rate for international purchases and foreign ATM transactions is set by Visa® or MasterCard®, depending on your card's logo. This exchange rate is either the wholesale market rate or a government-mandated rate on the day before the date the transaction is processed.
  9. ibarra


    Download https://annas-archive.org/ It is available for free. fyi. Trade, not Trading
  10. I assume you mean Notario in Ixtlahuacán de los Membrillos, Jal. https://mxfirmas.com/Notaria-N-1-18514 https://notariamx.info/notaria-1-ixtlahuacan-de-los-membrillos-jalisco/
  11. Maybe one of these sites will help: https://www.clearfinances.net/taxes-mexico/ https://taxsummaries.pwc.com/Mexico/Individual/Deductions
  12. SAT offices in Jalisco: https://portalsat.com.mx/jalisco/
  13. Open the links I provided in the post directly above yours.
  14. Sunnyvmex, Artsnob and Shag, maybe others*this post and others) ,have recommended Ernesto 331 267 9364. Perhaps you could contact him and quit waiting on "David" who you can't contact.
  15. I would try Ana Siller SILLERTRANSLATIONS@GMAIL.COM She speaks English and helps expats with the immigration process. She is a lawyer, court certified translator and highly recommended.
  16. https://mexlend.com/ https://crossborderinvestment.com/mortgage-conditions/ https://www.statista.com/statistics/1153873/mexico-interest-rate-mortgage-loans-banks/ https://smartinvestplan.com/reverse-mortgages-in-mexico-vs-the-u-s/ https://www.investopedia.com/reverse-mortgages-mexico-vs-us-5223762
  17. I believe it isn't legal to drive a foreign plated car if you have Permanente status unless it is only driven in free-zones.. I know this doesn't answer your questions. https://www.mexperience.com/bringing-foreign-plated-cars-into-mexico/
  18. Depends on type. Some are keyless. https://www.amazon.com/combination-key-lock/s?k=combination+key+lock https://www.masterlock.com/products/product/1525STK
  19. Suggest you ask a realtor or a banker.
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