The U.S. Consulate General of Guadalajara and the Vallarta Consular Agency invite all English speaking expats and snowbirds to the first-ever ‘Expat Info Fair,’ set to be held on Friday, April 13 at Salon Paradise in Nuevo Vallarta.
<This is probably an initiative that the U.S. Consulate General in Mérida should consider adopting.>
What: The Consulate General Expat Info Fair
When: Friday, April 13, 2018 from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm
Where: Salon Paradise in Nuevo Vallarta (Next to San Javier Hospital Nuevo Vallarta and across from Hard Rock Hotel)
How much: Free Entrance and Free Parking
Why: Ex-pats, Snowbirds as well as US and Canadian citizens looking to reside in Mexico will be able to meet with U.S., Mexican & Canadian Authorities; ask questions, voice concerns, share ideas, make official contacts. Get information directly from authorities; learn about senior citizen discount cards, immigration status & visas, car importation, security tips & emergency preparedness, and volunteer opportunities.
Who: U.S. Consulate General Representatives, including: American Citizen Services (Passport and Emergency Services), Social Security and Federal Benefits, Regional Security, and Public Diplomacy.
American Legion Post #14 and the Puerto Vallarta Navy League
Canadian Embassy Consular Agency Representatives
Invited Mexican Authorities from Bahía de Banderas and Puerto Vallarta, including: Immigration, Customs/SAT, Municipal Police/Transito, Municipal/State Tourism, Municipal/State Civil Protection, Consumer Protection, and DIF.
Now is the time to show the local authorities that Vallarta Expats and Snowbirds are an engaged, interested and collaborating community. Don’t miss this opportunity – mark your calendar today!
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