Aduana/Banjerco get a car tempory pass in TJ/ Otay Mesa MAP

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Post by dean on Tue Jun 25, 2013 6:52 am

also see this thread

http://www.la-ventana.info/t145-registering-vehicles-and-importation-of-them-and-other-items#2073

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Re: Aduana/Banjerco get a car tempory pass in TJ/ Otay Mesa MAP

Post by dean on Sat Jun 01, 2013 6:42 am

In the evolving story of how Aduana/Banjercito are adjusting their official policies on temporarily imported foreign-plated cars (TIP vehicles) to accommodate the Nov.8 2012 INM changes, the central Aduana office for TIPs in DF is now rejecting TIP extensions for WORKING Residente Temporal card holders.
Aduana DF has ruled (both in writing and on phone calls) that Residente Temporal Lucrativa permit holders are equivalent to the old FM2 Inmigrante Lucrativa , and hence are not allowed to keep their TIP cars. When expats get their Resident Temporal card with permission to work, their TIP vehicle ( Permiso de Importación Temporal de Vehiculo ) becomes immediately illegal and must be taken out of Mexico.
Residente Temporal Lucrativa permit holders with TIP vehicles must either permanently import their vehicles, or take them out of Mexico. ( See Retorno Seguro for a free 5 day permit to legally drive your car out of Mexico at: What to Do If Your Car Becomes “Illegal” – The Retorno Seguro Program / Permit.
For other options, also check out: Options for Foreign-Plated "TIP" Car Owners in Mexico, esp for Permanent Residents
Note that if the police find a TIP car being driven with an expired TIP (e.g. when you have an accident), they can confiscate the car permanently. Also note that some insurance companies use the excuse of having an invalid/expired TIP as justification to deny payment on accident claims. In the case of severe accidents, denying coverage can leave the car owner on the hook for $3 million to $5 million pesos of liability per death from an accident, regardless of who is driving the car...
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Re: Aduana/Banjerco get a car tempory pass in TJ/ Otay Mesa MAP

Post by dean on Fri May 31, 2013 10:03 pm

http://www.banjercito.com.mx/

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Re: Aduana/Banjerco get a car tempory pass in TJ/ Otay Mesa MAP

Post by dean on Fri May 31, 2013 9:59 pm


http://www.aduanas.sat.gob.mx/aduana_mexico/2008/vehiculos/141_11218.html

here are the locations but I can not tell if accurate, The one in SanYsidro was not there. and it shows all do not perform all services. but they do have the operating times. These are for all of Mexico, though I am just listing the west ones.

http://www.aduanas.gob.mx/aduana_mexico/2012/descargas/vehiculos/directorio_banjercito.pdf


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Re: Aduana/Banjerco get a car tempory pass in TJ/ Otay Mesa MAP

Post by dean on Fri May 31, 2013 2:22 pm

http://www.aduanas.gob.mx/aduana_mexico/2008/vehiculos/141_10028.html


Cancellation of temporary import permits for vehicles at the Consulates of Mexico in the United States of America

Please note that SAT staff made visits to the Consulates of Mexico in the United States of America, for carrying out the cancellation of permits importation of vehicles, according to the following schedule:

Consulates Periods of visit
Houston, Texas 20 al May 24, 2013
Chicago, Illinois May 30 to June 1, 2013
San Jose, California 6 and June 7, 2013
Dallas, Texas 14 al June 16, 2013
Houston, Texas 21 al October 23, 2013
Chicago, Illinois 4 al December 7, 2013
Sacramento, California 6 and November 7, 2013

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the new TJ crossing eliminated the previous location

Post by dean on Mon Apr 01, 2013 6:05 pm

this is the new location to remove a sticker or get one.    no longer at San Ysidro

also there is a place right next door that can nationalize your vehicle in 6-7 hours I am told....  



Banjercito office at Otay Mesa is in:

Fray Junípero Serra S/N, Garita de Otay, Mpio. Tijuana, B.C., C.P. 22509. From Monday to Saturday 08:00 to 23:00 hrs. and Sundays from 08:00 to 20:00 hrs.

 at the x in the below map is what I have been told.  can someone verify this and take pictures for us...

Otay Mesa location B


closer of OM A


It appears you can get in easily if crossing from the USA.  

And looks like only westbound from Blvd Bellas Artes  can you get in if coming from mexico, the nearest cross street (overpass) does not have a exit to west Bellas artes.    





if coming from Tecate or rd2000 this is how you would do it.  Note that when you turn right on Instituto Politécnico Nacional as you pass Avenue of the artes the road name changes to Avenida José Manuel Salvatierra, keep going straight and turn right on Fray Junípero Serra keep going, till you hit the intersection of Sebastián Vizcaíno,  go to the building on the left.  


This is the same if coming from Tecate or rd2000  larger perspective


here is the office from google maps @ the intersection of Fray Junípero Serra and Sebastián Vizcaíno,  the picture of the area may have changed but the office is right at this intersection.



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temp import good indefinitely with FM2-3

Post by dean on Fri Jun 24, 2011 10:43 pm

http://yucalandia.wordpress.com/driving-in-mexico-issues-fun/importing-driving-a-car-in-mexico/
6/19/2011)

Cars and pickups (no dually’s) can be either permanently or temporarily imported by expats with FMM’s, FM3′s, and FM2-Rentista’s. The vehicle must be exactly 10 years old to be permanently imported (tramited / “nationalized”), see “Importing Used Autos”“, but temporary permits are issued to FMM, FM3 (No Inmigrante), and FM2-Rentista (Inmigrante Rentista) visa holders. Temporary permitted vehicles must be returned at the end of the visa’s period, or the car can be confiscated by Mexican officials. Vistor’s FMM’s and hence their temporary permits are for 180 days, while vehicles temporarily imported under FM3′s and some FM2′s are allowed to stay in Mexico as long as the visa remains valid. The owner of the vehicle must stop at Aduana offices at the border to have them remove the import-sticker whenever the vehicle leaves Mexico.

The main part of Mexican Customs Law (Ley Aduanera) that covers expat driving and importation issues is Article 106, and the Operations Manual for Temporarily Imported Vehicles, page 45, Sec. 17-17.4 (“Manual Importacion de Vehiculos”“)
Article 106 basically says two things:

Your car registration is valid as long as your FMM, FMT, FM2, or FM3 is valid; and
It describes who is allowed to drive your car. (see below)

Article 106 allows foreigners to temporarily import a car into Mexico for the duration of the registered importer’s immigration status: e.g. 180 day FMM visa gives 180 days for their car; FM3 & FM2 holders have the 365 days for their car (plus any extensions or re-applications).

It is also worth noting that:

The car import sticker is valid as long as the holder’s Visa remains valid, regardless of the expiration date shown on the import sticker. FM3 period = Vehicle’s approved period.
As long as you made your original deposit with a Credit Card, there is no requirement for the driver to go to a border crossing / car permit office to renew it, because it is automatically renewed when you renew your FM2 or FM3.
You are required to notify the Mexican Customs office IF YOU MADE A CASH DEPOSIT TO REGISTER YOUR CAR or if you made a credit card deposit after June 11, 2011. This notification (including copies of the vehicle permit and copies of the renewed Visa) can be made in writing and sent to:

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new rules for temp car import

Post by dean on Fri Jun 24, 2011 10:29 pm

http://yucalandia.wordpress.com/2011/06/17/new-requirements-for-bringing-foreign-plated-cars-into-mexico-banjercito/

New Requirements for Bringing Foreign-Plated Cars into Mexico: Banjercito
Posted on June 17, 2011 by yucalandia

The Mexican Ministry of Finance and Public Credit has issued a new decree affecting expats bringing foreign plated cars into Mexico: “New Requirements for Bringing Foreign-Plated Cars into Mexico: Banjercito”. From the Banjercito website:

“IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT
The Ministry of Finance and Public Credit (SHCP) has issued a decree which states that beginning on June 11th, 2011 anyone applying for a temporary import permit for vehicles must make a deposit in the amount determined by the following table:

Vehicle Year Model:…….Amount to be paid in Mexican Pesos*
2007 and later…….USD $400
2001 until 2006…….USD $300
2000 and earlier…….USD $200

*Peso amounts are based on applicable exchange rate

This deposit is compulsory and can be paid by credit card, debit card, or cash (in US Dollars only).

Users must keep in mind that if the deposit is charged to a credit card, the charge will be made in Mexican Pesos and will be calculated based on the exchange rate of the day on which the payment is made. This deposit will be refunded to the same credit card on the next banking business day after the vehicle is fully returned and based on the exchange rate of that day.

The vehicle must be returned on time and within the time period stated on the temporary import permit. If the vehicle is returned after the stated time period, the entire deposit amount will be transferred to the Office of the Treasury on the day following the expected return date, as allowed by current law.”


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Another clause in the new updated regulations requires FM2 Rentista and FM3 holders to notify Aduana within 15 days of when they renew their FM2 or FM3, otherwise Aduana is allowed to confiscate/keep these “new” deposits. Aduana’s address is listed in Yucalandia’s main article on cars in Mexico: “Importing & Driving a Car in Mexico”

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Aduana/Banjerco get a car tempory pass in TJ/ Otay Mesa MAP

Post by dean on Sun Jun 05, 2011 12:20 pm

If you need to get or remove a temporary import sticker in TJ here is the location at San Ysirdo the main TJ crossing.

they are very fast here, there is a bank in the building also. you need copies of drivers license, registration, passport and a credit card. the cost is about $30.00

they are no longer in San Ysidro...............................


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