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Post by dean on Mon Jun 05, 2017 6:45 pm

https://embamex2.sre.gob.mx/canada/index.php/en/sconeng/11355-visaduetotheftlossdestruction

Foreigners who experience the theft, loss or destruction of their temporary or permanent residence card while abroad, must file a Request for Replacement at the closest Mexican Embassy or Consulate. Issuance of this visa will depend on the authorization of the National Migration Institute.

Once the foreigner has the corresponding authorization, s/he must make an appointment at the consular office and attend in person with the following documentation:

Visa application form printed on one page, double-sided, properly completed and signed.
Valid passport or travel and identity document, original and a photocopy of the page containing the photograph and personal data.
One photograph measuring 3.9 cm x 3.1 cm, face uncovered, no eyeglasses, frontal view, in colour, with white background.
Original and a photocopy of the report filed with the competent authority in the location where the theft, loss or destruction of the temporary or permanent resident card occurred.
Original temporary or permanent resident card, in the case of partial destruction.
Payment of fees in cash for the processing of the visa application. When the period of stay is less than 180 days, the applicant must also pay the migratory fees.
Important Notes:

The visa may be used for one single entry and only during the period of validity that begins on the date of its issuance.
The foreigner must, within the first 30 days after entering Mexican territory, apply at the National Migration Institute (INM) for a replacement of the card accrediting the foreigner’s migratory status and enabling him/her to remain in Mexico.
Fees for replacement of the card accrediting migratory status are to be paid directly to the INM.
The interested party must allow for a period of 10 working days between the date of the visa application and the date of its issuance, if appropriate.


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Post by dean on Fri Sep 16, 2016 2:00 am

https://yucalandia.com/2016/09/15/update-on-what-to-do-if-you-lose-your-inm-card/

Update on What to do if you lose your INM card

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Lost or Stolen Residente Permanente or Residente Temporal Ca

Post by dean on Mon Sep 05, 2016 10:59 am

Lost or Stolen Residente Permanente or Residente Temporal Card
by yucalandia

Sept. 5, 2016:
When we travel, sometimes we lose our Residente Permanente or Residente Temporal cards, or they get stolen. What can we do?
When in Mexico, you go to your INM office, and apply for a replacement.
When traveling outside Mexico, the problems mount, especially because many Mexican Consulates do not know how to handle these things. Fortunately, the ever-conscientious lawyer Lic. Spence McMullen has done the heavy-lifting and describes what we should do.
"If you lose your Mexican immigration card outside Mexico you need a special visa to enter Mexico, ... if you enter as a tourist then they will cancel your old temporary or permanent.**
You need a police report, photo, passport and payment of a small fee.
I have been fighting with many Mexican consulates as they do not know what to do, I have made a sheet from their own manual telling them how to help foreigners in this situation, if you need it, print this file and bring it with you to avoid suffering consequences in Mexico for their bad advice. "
**If you mistakenly allow yourself to enter as a tourist, then INM will cancel your old temporary or permanent. This is a HUGE deal ... a big mistake ... because it forces the foreigner to go back to a Mexican Consulate outside Mexico, and START ALL OVER, reapplying for a new RT or RP visa...
Instead, when you lose your RT or RP visa card, you must go to a Mexican Consulate, and apply for a special travel document to present to the INM agent at the port of entry, which allows the foreigner to re-enter Mexico without being re-classified as a tourist.
www.chapalalaw.com/RoboExtravioVisa.pdf
We offer that link to the 2012 INM Ley de Migración pages on this, because many Mex. Consulates are not familiar with the requirements. Show them this page when you go to the Consulate, to help their process along.
Unfortunately, this process can take from 2 days to a week, so you may miss your flight as a consequence of losing your RT or RP card.
It is tempting to think that if you carry notarized black & white copies of your INM card, that it would be sufficient to re-enter Mexico (after losing the RT or RP card). Unfortunately, the INM agents say "No copies will be accepted, only your "tarjeta de Migración" is the valid form of documention we want to see" ...
I wish the news was better... so this post is a word-to-the-wise about taking good care of your RT or RP visa card.
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