That was exactly my impression....that it had been as high as $300, but when it came down to it, they were only allowing $75.Most recently we have been under the impression that we would be allowed a $75 crossing exemption per person although in past years it has been reportedly as high as $300.
Was this recently? There is so much conflicting information on this topic. I like your idea of printing out the page about $300/person. I think that's what we'll do too along with the receipt. Thanks for the idea.I printed out that page for them that said $300 per person. We had about $450 worth of stuff in the car got the read light and showed them our receipts and the printout. No problem at all.
Jim, this info is from 2009/2010 and appears to be outdated as well.The official Mexican Aduana site seems to be saying that the $75/$300 per person exemption depends upon whether Mexico is entered by land or sea/air.
I couldn't find a more recent, official Mexican government link to support that $300 'by land' claim. Did you find one?The site I quoted said the increase to $300 when entering by land went into effect 12/5/13 or a little less than a year ago. Other sites are outdated. It appears the RP Times info is outdated.
Jim, this info is from 2009/2010 and appears to be outdated as well.
Perfect. That would explain why my ac unit was not an issue last time.Went to this website. http://www.sat.gob.mx/Paginas/Inicio.aspx. Searched and found this. http://www.sat.gob.mx/informacion_fiscal/publicaciones/Documents/14_passengers_2014.pdf
Here's a link to the most current form which supports what Landshark is saying: http://www.sat.gob.mx/informacion_fiscal/normatividad/formas_fiscales/Documents/A30_ingles.pdfI couldn't find a more recent, official Mexican government link to support that $300 'by land' claim. Did you find one?
The official link that the author referenced only brought us back to her article.