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 Posted: Sat Jun 26th, 2021 10:57 pm
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Hi, I'm new here. Does anyone have the contact information for a Immigration Lawyer in the area? 

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Depends on what your situation is - but most people here never needed one. The Immigration office staff (INM) are very friendly, courteous and helpful and most ex-pats here get their Temp Res and Perm Res by themselves. There's a couple of people here in SC that you can pay for help with forms, or the whole process.

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Gracias, I need to start the process at the ConsulMex Tucson or Phx and need the help of an Immigration Lawyer in Guaymas to continue the process. I have one in Ajijic but prefer to be closer to the boarder at this time. Does anyone have contact info for lawyer in Guaymas?

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The lady at the small paper store in front of the Marina Tierra Hotel is good. Not a lawyer, but experienced.

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Thanks for the info. but presently I'm in Arizona trying to get the residency started. I used to have the contact information on someone there that helps with residency but I lost it. I was hoping to find someone there who can help me with how to proceed. I do have a good contact in Lake Chapala but I was hoping to find one there.

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Rosa Mesa Andrews, office # 622-226-0097, cell # 622-101-5885


The name of her business is Impulso, located just west of Ernie‚Äôs restaurant.  Rosa is not a lawyer, but a facilitator.
As others have mentioned, a lawyer is not needed here, and you can complete the process yourself.  But if you need someone to help you through the steps, Rosa is the most experienced and knowledgeable person to do so.

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As you mentioned, you absolutely need to start the process in a Mex consulate in the US or Can or somewhere outside Mexico- pick one - does not matter. They will give you full directions for the next step/

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Great, thank you, that was the information I was looking for. I appreciate everyone's help and will let you know how it goes. I know I will have more questions. 

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