By: Armando Leon Lezama.
Engineer José Cruz Sánchez Nava, President of ANAPAFA – National Association of Family Heritage -, calls on owners of unregulated vehicles to complete the procedures for their legalization, before the expiration of the period for such purpose, on the last day of June 2023 complete it.
He believes that “has been the sensibility of the Federal Government, headed by Andrés Manuel López Obrador, President of the United Mexican States, to open the process of legalization of motor vehicles of foreign origin from the year 2022”, – identified in particular, by the number Is -.
Outsider, “It has been a struggle of more than three decades, to manage not to be illegal, therefore, you have to take advantage of not being illegal.”
It is in a message and call to owners of cars also known as chocolate cars.
“The point being achieved is to give certainty to owners of vehicles identified by numbers,” he clarified.
It would be missing, he said, “to hope that the efforts we make as groups protecting family assets before the federal government open up an array of opportunities for unregulated vehicles of Asian origin.” Defined.
“There has to be a benefit to these types of vehicles,” he explained.
He acknowledged that the process of legalization for chocolate cars is going well and it should be expected that at the end of the program for numbered cars, regularization of those units designated in letters will be allowed.
He called on the owners of the vehicles in the letters to have the necessary documents for their legalization and “be alert, because the most certain thing is that the management before the President of the Mexican country will prosper.”
He expressed in a telephone interview, “Anapafa is steadfast in its solidarity with the millions of residents who are demonstrating that they do not want to live in the vagaries of their foreign vehicles, nor to treat them as people of suspicious activity to be classified; By contrast, good people, hardworking and willing to be on the side of legality, he concluded.
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