If your boat is already here in Mexico, you take all of the required paperwork to the Banjercito office at Pichelingue and they will issue the TIP and decal...just did it a few weeks ago.
On Sunday, January 12, 2014 10:00:41 AM, Norman Herring
The web address is http://www.banjercito.com.mx/ When you open the site you will see a list of services on the right hand side of the page. One of the drop down menu is titled Temporary import permits for cars and boats. click on the link and it takes you to a page that gives the option of language, I assume you want English so click on the English tab and it opens the information page. it includes the directions on how to apply on line. The completed application can be paid for by credit card and the TIP will be mailed to your foreign address in about 7 days. Mine came sooner. You must apply before you bring the boat to Mexico!
it then advises what to do when you bring the boat to Mexico- i.e deliver the documents to a local Bajercito office in Mexico. There is one by the Ferry in Pichilingue.
it's pretty self explanatory once you log into the site.
From: Bernard Anderson
Sent: Saturday, January 11, 2014 6:57 PM
Subject: Re: [LPG] Associated Press News Story About Temporary Import Permits for Boats
Where on the site for baanjercito does one find the TIP application site?
On Jan 10, 2014, at 9:08 AM, Dennis and Susan Ross
Fox News and other national media outlets have picked up an article written by the Associated Press. Over the last few hours many local newspapers have already posted articles based on the AP feed.
>The Fox coverage is at http://www.foxnews.com/world/2014/01/10/us-canadian-boat-owners-left-in-limbo-after-armed-raid-on-marinas-by-mexico-tax/.
>There have been no recent reports of additional "inspections" however the marinas here in La Paz are anticipating that the Mexican officials may visit sometime in January. For now nothing has changed and there have been no new developments reported--other than reports of high-level meeting in Mexico City and this round of media attention.
>Hopefully the situation will be resolved quickly and everything will
>get back to normal. Cruisers with all of the necessary documentation,
>insurance, and temporary import permit (TIP) for their vessel should
>not have any problems once the process gets sorted out. Just to be
>sure, anyone heading
to Mexico should apply for their TIP online at http://www.banjercito.com.mx/, before they enter Mexican waters.
>Dennis and Susan Ross
>S/V Two Can Play
>La Paz, BCS, Mexico
>Ross Marine Services and Consulting
>612 104 4230 or 612 136 4613
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>La Paz, BCS Mexico
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