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Problems on re entry with Tourist Visa

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mgirard8
9/1/2017 20:41 EST

Hi
I'm a Canadian Expat who has been living and travelling in Mexico on a tourist visa for approximately three. I don't believe my pension is large enough to meet the requirements for any type of permanent visa.

Over the last year my border run reentries have become more difficult at the airport although I have never been denied.
Are other's having these types of problems. I love Mexico and would love to travel the country a little more. Any suggestions or advice would be appreciated.

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RVGRINGO

From: Mexico
9/2/2017 12:38 EST

You may get the details of the financial requirements from the nearest Mexican consulate to your home in Canada, or maybe even one near the border in the USA on your next border run. Have all of your documents with you.
Otherwise, you might consider flying to a border town on an economical Mexican regional airline. If you use Tijuana, you can walk over the border without even going outside, as there is a bridge with a border station directly from the airport. Other crossings might require a short taxi ride to the border, spend a day and then return by land.
You do not say where you are, and where you visit in the USA for border runs, or why you are having problems. That information might help.

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kentcoguy00
9/8/2017 14:42 EST

My partner and I are also experiencing problems. He was here on a tourist visa last September. He went to Guatemala in March and came back on a new 6 month tourist visa. last month he went to Caracas to renew his passport and today, when returning through Mexico City, he was denied entry to the country. Does anyone know how long he has to wait before he can try to come back on a new tourist visa?

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RVGRINGO

From: Mexico
9/11/2017 17:27 EST

There is no set time that one has to wait before re-entering Mexico on a tourist permit after being denied entry. It is within the authority of any border agent to deny entry to anyone, at any time, for any reason, or for no reason at all if he just does not like your looks or your attitude, or recognizes that you are a “frequent crosser“ who is probably avoiding getting a residence visa, or is unable to qualify for one. You have no recourse, but you may try again, if you wish, although they do have computer records now, and they do use them.

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longtimelurker
9/11/2017 20:40 EST

INM is having a issue with Venezuelan refugee's running from the collapse of their country and relocating here. According to local news INM have even started deporting people.

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kentcoguy00
9/11/2017 21:59 EST

I am guessing that marriage might help?

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RVGRINGO

From: Mexico
9/12/2017 11:59 EST

Under the present circumstances in Venezuela, maybe not. The purpose would be very questionable.

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