Jul 20, 2011, 7:09 AM
Post #7 of 11
There's an old saying, "when I works, I works hard, when I sits, I sits loose and when I thinks - I usually falls asleep" - so, I've been thinking about this whole thing and when I tried to apply logic, sure enough I went to sleep.
From everything I can read and find including Rolly's site your sticker can't "expire" as long as your visa remains current. Now, there is some debate on the newly found requirement to report your status to Aduana 15 days after renewal or change of visa, but it's stated that if you don't report, the sticker remains "legal", but you only lose your deposit (and I don't have one).
I carry a copy of 106 and assume that's where it can come into play if someone doesn't know the law, or purposely doesn't want to know the law wink wink.
The reason I'm interested is that my visa is coming up for renewal next month and I'll be making a border run probably in Sept and as usual I can't turn in my sticker because I have a trailer on it so I'm trying to consider possibilities and navigate the mine field that continually changes.