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  • OK, so let me be clear: I think the trends cited in the OP's article are affecting Mexicans similarly, even if the article doesn't use Mexicans as the poster children for the feature.

    Interesting tone about immigrants...

  • Although I know that SSI by itself is not going to be $1000/month, I had sort of assumed that the OP's dad was maybe getting both regular Social Security and SSI which might add up to that when combined.

    What should I do?

  • Re: [Hound Dog] Going bk to USA to get my meds? by Gringal Post: Interesting anecdote, dawg, but how does this relate to the OP's problem of getting his meds at a reasonable price without going back to the U.S. for them?

    Going bk to USA to get my meds?

  • I misread the OP's query to be Xilitla ... my bad.

    Drive from San Miguel de Allende to Xalapa, Veracruz

  • But once that waiting period has passed (about 35 years ago for the OP's wife) the citizenship process seldom takes more than a year.

    U.S. Permanent Resident living in another country

  • In our first "resume," we just posted the OP's story from the Sears post earlier today.

    CareerBuilder's Free Resume Review Is Bot-Driven Junk - The Consumerist

  • Interesting anecdote, dawg, but how does this relate to the OP's problem of getting his meds at a reasonable price without going back to the U.S. for them?

    Going bk to USA to get my meds?

  • Under the OP's plan of action, they will probably be OK (leaving the country by land so no one will be asking for the FM-T to which the vehicle permit is tied).

    Vehicle Permit & crossing the border

  • The scenario might be different with an FM2/FM3 as far as the link between the permit and the actual visa or when there is a conversion from an FMT to another status, but that would not apply in the OP's situation. robrt8

    Vehicle Permit & crossing the border

  • If the OP's argument held any water, the Constitution would have given the power to declare war to the President, not to Congress.

    Quote Of The Day

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