Monday, May 3, 2010

You Can't Get It Back If . . . . .

You can't recover an impounded vehicle from a foreign country unless you are in the foreign country. It is best advised, if you didn't have copies of your documents, to return to the country of the crime and solicit the copies of the documents you need to recover your vehicles from the border officials from which you requested them.
You are involved in a no win situation if you do not attack the problem in person. It depends on how much you want control of your assets.
The Mexican government is very easy to work with if you follow "their" rules. Should you attempt to put the square peg into the round hole, it will be a losing venture, create hardship and frustration and leave a very bad taste in your mouth and a bad reputation of a very friendly and wonderful country.
I offered help three times and was turned away. You are on your own.

1 comment:

  1. I'm just catching up on your blog and the whole time I was reading (both your post and the one you're referring to) I was nodding my head in agreement. That is the ONLY way to get stuff done even if you LIVE here. :)

    this is kathy from hopalog - can't remember google pwd.