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“Submit all this to the Office of Migracion -- be prepared to return in a week to PAY the fee (in the case of Monterrey, the fee for a permiso is 1522 pesos).”
“El extranjero tiene un FM-3 y le dan por equivocación una FMT en el puerto de entrada con el permiso de importación temporal del vehículo.”
“But one of my most important early phrases was "con permiso".”
“I am sure you are correct -- no foreigner can purchase any real estate (in retricted zone or elsewhere) without a permiso/permit from the Secretaria de Relaciones Exteriores/Secretary of External Relations. chicois8”
“To make that happen, you must have an RFC from Hacienda and to get that you must have the permiso in your FM3 from Migración for the actividades lucrativas you are engaged in.”
“Then go to Migración for the permiso, then to Hacienda for the RFC.”
“I have heard that Migración in la capital is the most difficult place in México to get the "working independently for pay" permiso, but that could have changed. tashby”
“I squeezed and stroked her lightly, asking myself was she all for it or merely steeling herself for the inevitable; I do prefer 'em willing, so I kissed her lightly and asked: "Con su permiso?”
“Even touching the crowd delicately with his gloved hand, and murmuring almost inaudibly the Con permiso! formula, he seemed to be keeping himself miles away from contact.”
“Our _alcalde_ saw the movement, and, with a hurried bow, and _ "Con permiso, Caballeros" _ (With your permission, gentlemen,) started after the fugitive, who was saluted with _ "Que bestia!”
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