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 Posted: Mon Apr 8th, 2019 06:13 am
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long time resident wrote: odywyerpw, Glad you finally got through it. They will give you a birth certificate from Mexico. It will be longer then legal size, and that is what they use for your birth certificate in the future. You had mentioned something in your previous posts, so I thought I would clarify for you.


Kim,


I have to ask... Do I request it or does it just show in Hermosillo one day for me to fetch it?


I was told at the ceremony that I only needed the Letter that I received to get my passport. 

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Bullshipper, I have renewed my US passport twice since becoming a Mexican National. I have had no problem at all either time. And renewing my mexican passport was done in 40 min at the mexican consulate. (while I waited), left with my new one.

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long time resident wrote: Bullshipper, I have renewed my US passport twice since becoming a Mexican National. I have had no problem at all either time. And renewing my mexican passport was done in 40 min at the mexican consulate. (while I waited), left with my new one.



My experience was different. When I tried to renew my US P by mail, they requested a phone interview by letter.
They wanted to know why I wanted 2 nationalities, and if I had to give one up which would it be?


I responded that I was born an american and had gotten my Mexican naturalization to end the yearly cycle of applying for FM3's but that I would give up the Mexican passport if it endangered my US Citezenship.  


Then they asked me to submit current USA tax returns, again by mail.


After that they granted it, but the extra time inconvenienced my travel plans, and that's why I mentioned it.


When my wife got her USA nautralization, they confiscated her Green card. The problem there was we had also planned to travel right after her ceremony so we had to go to San Diego to do a one day application, and demonstrate why we needed to be back in Mexico using hotel reservations. Extra cost and worry of course.

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Wish I'd found this thread before I got naturalized. So much useful info! I just got my Carta de Naturalizacion last October, 2018.

I was wondering if anyone has info about paying your taxes after becoming a Mexican citizen (while still being a US citizen).

Do I now need to go to Hacienda & set myself up for double taxation? I work as a freelancer in various jobs, with no fixed, provable, or stable income.

What do you guys do with your Mexican/US taxes?

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I make no money in Mexico, so I do not pay any taxes there. When I lived there, I paid my taxes there. There is no double taxation. If you made your money in Mexico, you file in the states, and say what you paid in taxes in Mexico for your income there. Never a problem. Now I just pay taxes in the states. No issues with transitioning.

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