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Thomas asks…

How many US citizens will boycott Mexico due to its support of illegal immigration in the US?

I plan to boycott Mexico and everything Mexican due to Mexico‘s meddling in US immigration policy. I will never step foot in a Mexican resort or anywhere else In Mexico for that matter. That country can rot for all I care. I will spend my vacations in Europe instead.

Tijuana answers:

When Mexico allows illegal immigrants to freely come across their borders from the south their opinion might hold a tiny shred of weight until then they should keep their mouth shut. It’s pathetic that Mexico who has much much tougher immigration rules is requesting the US to forget about ours. Here’s Mexico’s immigration laws and they are enforced strictly and violently.

1. If you migrate to this county, you must speak the native language

2. You have to be a professional or an investor. No unskilled workers

3. There will be no special bilingual programs in the schools, no
special ballots for elections, all government business will be
conducted in our language.

4. Foreigners will NOT have the right to vote no matter how long they
are here.

5 Foreigners will NEVER be able to hold political office.

6. Foreigners will not be a burden to the taxpayers. No welfare, no
food stamps, no health care, or other government assistance programs.

7. Foreigners can invest in this country, but it must be an amount
equal to 40,000 times the daily minimum wage.

8. If foreigners do come and want to buy land that will be okay, BUT
options will be restricted. You are not allowed waterfront property.
That is reserved for citizens naturally born into this country.

9. Foreigners may not protest; no demonstrations, no waving a foreign
flag, no political organizing, no badmouthing our president or his
policies, if you do you will be sent home.

10. If you do come to this country illegally, you will be hunted down
and sent straight to jail.

I think we should strive to implement Mexico’s policies on immigration.

Betty asks…

What is the best type of Bus Company in Mexico?

I am planning to go to Mexico this December. We plan to take a plane to Guadalajara, then take a bus to Morelia from there. We want to take a luxurious first class bus, though. Does anyone know a great bus company in Guadalajara you could recommend?

Tijuana answers:

There are some 700 bus companies in Mexico. They are so competitive , you cant say which is best. There are Mercedes, Volvo and Mexican (Dina) that are all first class. Http:// is reputed to be the best in this case $330mxn
It has been my experience that one can travel for approx. $10.00 usd per 100 miles. It has been that cost more or less since the 70s You will have to take a Taxi to Central de Los Autobuses from the airport and you can expect to pay $15.usd. From there it is 180 miles to Morelia and approximately $24usd per ticket.

The only buses that are run down are Municipal buses. See link lol

Sandy asks…

How dangerous is it to ravel to Mexico right now? Any tips on staying safe while traveling?

How dangerous is it to ravel to Mexico write now?
I heard on the nes its not safe to travel to Mexico, my family and i were plan nig on going but now with all the bad stuff on the news im seriously afraid to go! Also, do you have any TIPS on how to stay SAFE while traveling in a car?

Tijuana answers:

It’s as safe to go to Mexico as it is to travel in most of the USA. The majority of the drug war violence is in the border towns as the other posters have said.

Remember that Mexico is still a developing country. The daily minimum wage is about $5USD per DAY! Don’t flash cash, carry a 5 grand camera or get yourself into bad situations and you’ll be just fine.

Millions of tourists visit Mexico every year and nothing bad happens to the vast majority of them. Many of the people that have problems often did something to get themselves into it.

When traveling by car in Mexico make sure you get Mexican insurance, yield to any vehicle bigger than yours, and stick to main highways, if travel ling at night use caution (best to rest at night anyways).

Use common sense, don’t do things you wouldn’t do back home, learn some basic Spanish and know the phone numbers for the local police and Cruz Roja (Red Cross) in case you need help in an emergency.

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