My Mexican Lawyer

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My Mexican Lawyer
Blog from an expat who will be a mexican lawyer by the end of 2012. Makes assiting expats legally a priority.
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13:33 PM January 06, 2014

Keep up the blog. I'm retiring in Mexico and doing all the legwork first. Have you considerd assisting people through the immigration process? Thanks Richard

20:59 PM January 30, 2014

I have to apply for permanent status soon. I have a TIP car . Am I able to drive this vehicle legally once I do the paperwork with immigration or do I have to stop driving right then. It may take a few months for immigration to get me my card. Am I still considered a temporary resident till then , and can still drive my car? Very confusing. Diane

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