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Are visa runs from Guat a thing of the past?

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XELA11518
11/6/2018 07:13 EST

I'm planning on entering Tapachula by bus from Guatemala. Stayed in Guatemala for 5 weeks but have heard that getting a fresh FMM for Mexico for another six months will be very difficult now if you've had a series of them as I have. Any feedback appreciated.

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RVGRINGO
11/6/2018 09:11 EST

You can never be sure, but should not be surprised to know that Mexico now has computer records and knows how to use them. It all depends upon the agent you encounter. He has the ultimate authority to let you enter, or to deny you, or to give you just 30 days instead of 180. If you want to live in Mexico, you really should get a Residente Temporal or Residente Permanente visa. If you cannot qualify, you will have to put up with tourist rules and restrictions.

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Cozumeldeb
11/6/2018 12:10 EST

I agree with RV Gringo, get legal if you can..take the pressure off yourself.

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dolfna
11/16/2018 07:49 EST

I just got the 180 last week with no issues. And about 2 months before that. I had to go to the USA for a week and when I flew out they took the one I had even thought not expired. I have been living under the tourist rules for the last 4 years. I'm just now working on my residency

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RVGRINGO
11/19/2018 15:31 EST

They took your previous tourist permit, because it becomes invalid the moment you step outside of Mexico. You must get a new one on each visit to Mexico as a tourist. Simple.

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