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Post by merry on Mon Jun 04, 2018 11:46 am

Is our local Aduana office at the airport? Or is there one closer?

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Post by Intercasa on Mon Jun 04, 2018 3:38 pm

GDL airport, park by lot by Fedex, walk about 2 city blocks to entrance near highway side of road in
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Post by TooMuchCoffee on Wed Jul 18, 2018 11:06 pm

Is this at the truck entrance with the sign "SAT Aduanas" on the left side of the road as you are driving to the parking lot?

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Post by TooMuchCoffee on Fri Jul 20, 2018 9:09 pm

My daughter and I went to the Aduanas office at the location above, and this was my experience.  

About a week ago I visited the Chapala immigration office to begin processing of my residente temporal application.  With that paperwork in hand, plus my TIP, plus my passport we headed off to the airport this morning.  

We were unable to park in the lot next to FedEx as the lot there seemed to be for airport employees and required some kind of special badge to raise the gate.  So, I parked in a no-parking zone in front of the SAT Aduanas entrance.

First step was to get a visitors badge to get into the restricted area.  We showed the man my paperwork and TIP, gave him our drivers licenses, and got scanned by a guard for the usual bad stuff.

The building for the TIP extension is the first one on the right past security, and once inside,  you need to take an immediate right to get to the clerks office.  There, she examined and copied my car's TIP, passport, and immigration paperwork, then helped us fill out 3 copies of a special form.  The hardest part was remembering my Ajijic postal code.  After about 15 minutes we were done and I had a form acknowledging that Aduanas had been properly notified.  There was no processing fee.  Be sure to check out at security to retrieve your drivers license.

I had my bi-lingual daughter with me who did all the talking as none of the people we encountered spoke any English.  She was a big help.  Best of all, I didn't get my car towed!  Those who aren't good at Spanish and don't want to drive all the way to GDL should consider using a professional service.

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