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Mexican Border Dispute - July 9th 2010, 08:57 PM

A good friend of mine is part of a small church that fundraised hurricane aid for the people affected by Hurricane Alex. His grandma was staying with them and took some of the stuff with her back to Mexico. While trying to cross the border, the authorities took the stuff away from her and almost arrested her. Is there anything they can do to get the stuff back?
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Re: Mexican Border Dispute - July 10th 2010, 03:32 AM

I think I know what you are saying. You can't usually take with you more than a certain amount of money in products with you if I’m not mistaken it cannot excide $150 per person when crossing without going through the customs first. You have to either declare it or pay the taxes. Even though I heard on the news that they are letting people bring things for the people of Alex free without paying anything extra, did she let them know beforehand? Or what was she trying to cross over?
About getting her things bad I really doubt she can unless they gave her instructions, but that seem weird because usually they don’t take away for things they just send you back to the USA its weird I would they to investigate maybe she just had the luck of having a ass, some people are really mean there. If you could give more information I could try to see what really happened. If you want I could also give you a webstie where it states the things you can cross over without paying taxes or declaring it but it's in Spainsh.


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Re: Mexican Border Dispute - July 10th 2010, 03:59 AM

From what I understand she was only trying to cross over

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