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    Default Re: The Residency: Feb 5, 2019

    So, it turns out migración had the residency ready on June 3 , and didn't call as promised.

    My notification came from INTUR

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    Exoneration on vehicle has been reduced to $13,000, and household from $20k to $7500.
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    Default Re: The Residency: Feb 5, 2019

    Ha!!! This picture proves it - You are a right leaning American.

    Congrats...

    The import value changes - Actual revised to the Residencia Ley or presidential decree?

    I wonder if changes have been made to Ley 535 for Chilo's "Stuff" next year.
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    I have a contact at INTUR if you want it?

    They redid the INTUR offices, atrium, doesn't feel like Nicaragua. Everyone was very nice.

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    Default Re: The Residency: Feb 5, 2019

    Quote Originally Posted by KeyWestPirate View Post
    Exoneration on vehicle has been reduced to $13,000, and household from $20k to $7500.
    Wow, that's a considerable reduction for household goods. Of course, for you it's just icing on the cake you've built over the years of shuttle homesteading 'tourism'. Still I trust you'll max it out.

    How new must the imported vehicle be now? (Or better, how old can it be?) If its (Blue book?) value exceeds the $13k, do you have to pay a 15% IVA on the excess, or is it worse?
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    Default Re: The Residency: Feb 5, 2019

    Quote Originally Posted by KeyWestPirate View Post
    I have a contact at INTUR if you want it?
    If you could please - I'll have BIL call and get the deets .

    WRT Daddy Yo - It makes sense as they can extract more tariff on imports resedencia applicants bring in OR conversely, collect the duty on importation of various sundries that a residency candidate would buy at Sinsa, Sieman, Pricemart, Walmart etc etc as they furnish their homes / rentals as they see fit.

    We all know they are strapped for cash..
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    How new must the imported vehicle be now? (Or better, how old can it be?) If its (Blue book?) value exceeds the $13k, do you have to pay a 15% IVA on the excess, or is it worse?

    Still has to be seven years new for the exoneration.
    We were planning on buying a Yaris from Hertz car sales, so it will fit into the $13K.
    Prices fall when Hertz buys the new model year, and the available vehicles have less miles. End of September,, October,, they start showing up. You used to be able to buy ex-rental cars in the 20's,, car companies are keeping them longer now. I've bought three vehicles "new" from Hertz,, and have had excellent luck with all three.

    On the IVA,, don't know,, will find out,, plan on importing my 2010 Ford F150 before I leave.
    Imports of light vehicles are still ten years. Buses are ten years. Big trucks (not pickups),, no age limit as far as I know.

    Espino used to be full of trucks coming in,, trucks on top of other trucks,, axles, you name it,, they must load them at the Mexico border. One big truck will often be towing another good sized truck.

    No more.

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    Congrats on the residency!

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