TIP para un residente temporal

by Geronimo @, Playa Blanca, Wednesday, June 17, 2020, 11:43 (20 days ago)

Help!
I have a foreign plated vehicle with a TIP. Since I entered with a temporary resident visa, it is only good for 30 days. I was told to go to the aduana to get this extended to but have yet to find the right people or office. I've been to the Airport and they told us to go to Lazaro Cardenas; no luck at either place. I've done quite a bit of online investigating, but I am still unable to get a good answer.

Hoping to save my TIP deposit. I can provide all the information required, just need to get it to the right office or person. All I can find now is a mailing address in Mexico City to send the information/documentation...I was hoping for a quicker/easier way that might provide some feedback like a website of email address or some place near to Zihuatanejo.

From the info I have currently:

Para las extranjeros con condicion de estancia de residentes temporales y residentes temporales estudiantes, que renueven su permanencia en territorio nacional. la vigencia del permiso de importacion temporal del vehfculo se acreditara con el documento oficial que emita la autoridad migratoria, sin que se requiera autorizacion de las autoridades aduaneras.

b. Aviso a la autoridad aduanera de la renovacion o canje de condicion de estancia migratoria de los extranjeros, para efecto de que no se haga efectivo el dep6sito en garantfa:

Para efecto de que no se haga efectivo el deposito en garantia otorgado, los extranjeros deberan presentar ante cualquier aduana del pais o en la Administracion de Operacion Aduanera "3" ubicada en Avenida Hidalgo numero 77, modulo IV, primer piso, Colonia Guerrero, Delegacion Cuauhtemoc, C6digo Postal 06300, Cd. Mexico, dentro de los quince (15) dias ha.biles siguientes a aquel en que les hubiere sido autorizada la renovacion o canje de su condici6n de estancia de residente temporal residente temporal estudiante. la siguiente documentacion:


1. Original y copia simple legible del aviso de renovacion o canje de condici6n de estancia (anexo 3 del presente Manual),
2. Copia simple legible del numero unico de tramite (NUT) o resoluci6n emitida par el lnstituto Nacional de Migracion o tarjeta de residente temporal,
3. Copia simple legible del permiso de importaci6n temporal del vehfculo,
4. Copia simple legible del pasaporte del importador.


Thank you

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TIP para un residente temporal

by mexicoman @, Zihuatanejo, Wednesday, June 17, 2020, 12:13 (20 days ago) @ Geronimo

Help!
I have a foreign plated vehicle with a TIP. Since I entered with a temporary resident visa, it is only good for 30 days. I was told to go to the aduana to get this extended to but have yet to find the right people or office. I've been to the Airport and they told us to go to Lazaro Cardenas; no luck at either place. I've done quite a bit of online investigating, but I am still unable to get a good answer.

Hoping to save my TIP deposit. I can provide all the information required, just need to get it to the right office or person. All I can find now is a mailing address in Mexico City to send the information/documentation...I was hoping for a quicker/easier way that might provide some feedback like a website of email address or some place near to Zihuatanejo.

From the info I have currently:

Para las extranjeros con condicion de estancia de residentes temporales y residentes temporales estudiantes, que renueven su permanencia en territorio nacional. la vigencia del permiso de importacion temporal del vehfculo se acreditara con el documento oficial que emita la autoridad migratoria, sin que se requiera autorizacion de las autoridades aduaneras.

b. Aviso a la autoridad aduanera de la renovacion o canje de condicion de estancia migratoria de los extranjeros, para efecto de que no se haga efectivo el dep6sito en garantfa:

Para efecto de que no se haga efectivo el deposito en garantia otorgado, los extranjeros deberan presentar ante cualquier aduana del pais o en la Administracion de Operacion Aduanera "3" ubicada en Avenida Hidalgo numero 77, modulo IV, primer piso, Colonia Guerrero, Delegacion Cuauhtemoc, C6digo Postal 06300, Cd. Mexico, dentro de los quince (15) dias ha.biles siguientes a aquel en que les hubiere sido autorizada la renovacion o canje de su condici6n de estancia de residente temporal residente temporal estudiante. la siguiente documentacion:


1. Original y copia simple legible del aviso de renovacion o canje de condici6n de estancia (anexo 3 del presente Manual),
2. Copia simple legible del numero unico de tramite (NUT) o resoluci6n emitida par el lnstituto Nacional de Migracion o tarjeta de residente temporal,
3. Copia simple legible del permiso de importaci6n temporal del vehfculo,
4. Copia simple legible del pasaporte del importador.


Thank you

I had the same problem a few years ago. I couldn't find anyone to extend the TIP. I was told to go to the Cancun airport. It took several attempts but we finally found the INM Office. They had no idea what we were talking about. A common affliction at government offices in Mexico. They did after a few hours fill out some paperwork and tell us the TIP was valid for as long as our Residente Temporal cards were vaid. Once we rec'd Residente Permanente the TIP became invalid. At that point the vehicle must leave the country.

TIP para un residente temporal

by Ironwood @, Wednesday, June 17, 2020, 21:16 (20 days ago) @ mexicoman


I had the same problem a few years ago. I couldn't find anyone to extend the TIP. I was told to go to the Cancun airport. It took several attempts but we finally found the INM Office. They had no idea what we were talking about. A common affliction at government offices in Mexico.........

That's a little unfair. INM is Immigration. TIP is Customs/Aduana. I doubt US Immigration would provide much information on US Customs procedures.

That said, I understand your frustration. After our car was stolen in Zihua, we also went to the airport to seek "what do we do now" information. Immigration at the airport shunted us to the Customs/Aduana people.....who said we would have to go to a border crossing to straighten things out! A border crossing! We were 2000 km from a border crossing.
A year later, when we were returning home to Canada (in another vehicle), we stopped at Aduana in Mazatlan, thinking a big customs office might have some answers as to how we could cancel the TIP on the car that was stolen....and "totaled" as an insurance write-off. Believe it or not, they suggested I bring the windshield, including the TIP sticker, to a border customs office!
Of course that wasn't too practical, or even possible. Long story short, we finally got an address for the main Aduana office in CDMX, wrote them a letter, included all the documentation.....and 18 months after our vehicle was stolen, I received an official certificate cancelling the original TIP.

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TIP para un residente temporal

by mexicoman @, Zihuatanejo, Thursday, June 18, 2020, 06:52 (19 days ago) @ Ironwood


I had the same problem a few years ago. I couldn't find anyone to extend the TIP. I was told to go to the Cancun airport. It took several attempts but we finally found the INM Office. They had no idea what we were talking about. A common affliction at government offices in Mexico.........


That's a little unfair. INM is Immigration. TIP is Customs/Aduana. I doubt US Immigration would provide much information on US Customs procedures.

That said, I understand your frustration. After our car was stolen in Zihua, we also went to the airport to seek "what do we do now" information. Immigration at the airport shunted us to the Customs/Aduana people.....who said we would have to go to a border crossing to straighten things out! A border crossing! We were 2000 km from a border crossing.
A year later, when we were returning home to Canada (in another vehicle), we stopped at Aduana in Mazatlan, thinking a big customs office might have some answers as to how we could cancel the TIP on the car that was stolen....and "totaled" as an insurance write-off. Believe it or not, they suggested I bring the windshield, including the TIP sticker, to a border customs office!
Of course that wasn't too practical, or even possible. Long story short, we finally got an address for the main Aduana office in CDMX, wrote them a letter, included all the documentation.....and 18 months after our vehicle was stolen, I received an official certificate cancelling the original TIP.

You're right I misspoke. It was INM that sent us to Aduana at the Cancun Airport. Unfair? Nonsense.

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TIP para un residente temporal

by Talley Ho @, Playa la Ropa, Wednesday, June 17, 2020, 12:32 (20 days ago) @ Geronimo

Friends that live here part time went through this three years ago. First year they fought long and hard and finally got an extension at Lazaro. The next year they pursued it hard and were told it was not possible. They forfeited (I think) their deposit, and finally just broke down and bought a vehicle to leave here and drove their truck out.

I'll fire them an e mail right now so they can be in touch with you. Be sure your e mail is enabled.

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TIP para un residente temporal

by mexicoman @, Zihuatanejo, Wednesday, June 17, 2020, 15:15 (20 days ago) @ Talley Ho

I forgot to note that we registered our vehicle illegally/legally when we lived in Merida. We now have a Bill of Sale for the year it was young enough to be imported legally, circulation card (registration card) and all the accompanying paperwork. It's a NAFTA vehicle so it was manufactured here. It is registered in Mexico City and can be renewed online no problem and covered by Mexican auto insurance. When in Rome....

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TIP para un residente temporal

by Talley Ho @, Playa la Ropa, Wednesday, June 17, 2020, 15:28 (20 days ago) @ mexicoman

When we left here two years ago we returned to California, sold both of our vehicles, the house, and everything that wouldn't fit into an 8 foot cargo trailer. Before we left here we bought a NAFTA Durango, registered in Guerrero, bought the trailer in Michoacan and drove that back too so when we returned, we'd be all set up with a legal vehicle. It worked out perfectly.

We didn't bother turning in the TIP when we left Mexico because we knew we'd never need another one nor could we legally get one. RV's do not have a deposit made on them and get a 10 year permit.

Two years ago tomorrow we left California for the last time and arrived here, home in just 4 nights/5 days. Best move we have ever made.

TIP para un residente temporal

by Geronimo @, Playa Blanca, Thursday, June 18, 2020, 07:57 (19 days ago) @ Talley Ho

Thanks everyone and thanks for contacting me. I have a couple of avenues to try now.

Mucho gracias,

Jerry