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  1. #21715

    Sex Felony State

    Quote Originally Posted by StRobert  [View Original Post]
    My friend, amigo what's wrong with my post? I guess this is a forum about sex and prostitution. You want to censor information about sting operations in the US and how men in the US clients of sex workers and prostitutes are treated as second-class citizens? This kind of sting operation should be illegal in the US. This is why we all visit Tijuana because prostitution is illegal in the US.
    I didn't mind your post ST. I live in the sex felony state of Texas!

    This post IS related to TJ since is a felony in my state to "do it"! I wish I can find some emojis on here. Would select the wide open bug eyed one for this thread hehehe.

  2. #21714
    Quote Originally Posted by RikyMichaels7  [View Original Post]
    I went to Tijuana last month with a friend from Texas whose passport was 6 months expired. Going into Mexico they told him that he had an expired passport and he told them that it is taking longer to get it renewed due to covid. They said no problem and allowed him entry, even without a bribe.
    Or he could just pay one of those guys hanging around the tracks near the Jack in the Crack and get driven in.

  3. #21713

    Party time

    Quote Originally Posted by WarrenFahy1991  [View Original Post]
    Hey guys,

    I'm going to be in Zona Norte April 1st through the 4th to party for a couple days if anybody needs a wingman. I'm coming down from Colorado on a solo trip as of right now.

    Warren.
    I'm in ZN now until the 5th. I tried to send you a message, but can't!

  4. #21712

    You'll Be Fine

    Quote Originally Posted by WarrenFahy1991  [View Original Post]
    Hey friends,

    I've run into a problem and I'm hoping one of the more seasoned vets can give me some information. I have a flight to San Diego tonight and a reservation at a hotel on Revolucion Ave through the weekend. As I was getting ready for the trip, I noticed my passport expired last month (big mistake).

    I've done all the research I can and from what I can tell, there will be no way for me to cross in Mexico and then back into the US. I don't have a valid (non expired) passport or passport card, my drivers license is not a "enhanced ID", I do have a military ID but it is not accompanied by orders to Mexico.

    My question for you all is do they really stick to these guidelines? Have any of you found a different way in and if so, will I be able to get back into the US? Thanks for any help.

    Warren.
    I went to Tijuana last month with a friend from Texas whose passport was 6 months expired. Going into Mexico they told him that he had an expired passport and he told them that it is taking longer to get it renewed due to covid. They said no problem and allowed him entry, even without a bribe.

  5. #21711
    Quote Originally Posted by WarrenFahy1991  [View Original Post]
    Hey friends,

    I've run into a problem and I'm hoping one of the more seasoned vets can give me some information. I have a flight to San Diego tonight and a reservation at a hotel on Revolucion Ave through the weekend. As I was getting ready for the trip, I noticed my passport expired last month (big mistake).

    I've done all the research I can and from what I can tell, there will be no way for me to cross in Mexico and then back into the US. I don't have a valid (non expired) passport or passport card, my drivers license is not a "enhanced ID", I do have a military ID but it is not accompanied by orders to Mexico.

    My question for you all is do they really stick to these guidelines? Have any of you found a different way in and if so, will I be able to get back into the US? Thanks for any help.

    Warren.
    For any Americans without a passport they can simply pay the 20 bucks to walk into Mexico. Some people can't be bothered to do the passport. They can still go to Mexico. If it was me, which it was a year ago, I would go to the Otay crossing. That crossing has only 1 line. I would just walk in like everyone does not showing nothing to nobody. Especially if I was Latino. In the off chance anyone stops you, you just say I was walking to the counter where I can buy the 20 dollar day pass. Of course its no legal pass and you don't get a actual pass, they just let you go into Mexico. Is it a bribe? What do they do with that 20 bucks? I don't know so that's why I don't call it a bribe. The Mexican border patrol is a polite fairly easy going group. They aren't gonna surround you, yelling, for walking in without a passport. They are much more chill than USA border patrol.

  6. #21710
    Quote Originally Posted by WarrenFahy1991  [View Original Post]
    Hey friends,

    I've run into a problem and I'm hoping one of the more seasoned vets can give me some information. I have a flight to San Diego tonight and a reservation at a hotel on Revolucion Ave through the weekend. As I was getting ready for the trip, I noticed my passport expired last month (big mistake).

    I've done all the research I can and from what I can tell, there will be no way for me to cross in Mexico and then back into the US. I don't have a valid (non expired) passport or passport card, my drivers license is not a "enhanced ID", I do have a military ID but it is not accompanied by orders to Mexico.

    My question for you all is do they really stick to these guidelines? Have any of you found a different way in and if so, will I be able to get back into the US? Thanks for any help..
    If you are a USA citizen and have your DL or some valid ID coming back to the USA Will not be much of a problem. Worse case scenario you will get a dickhead agent and he will send you to secondary which only means it will cost you a little extra time.

    As far as entering Mexico on foot they have just been glancing at your passport and asking you your destination. If they should notice it is expired, just explain you have reservations and blah blah blah and most cases a $ 20 will work for them to overlook the expired passport.

    If for some very rare reason they deny you entry there are other options. For one when you drive in they do not check for a passport. There are always guys selling rides into Mexico in the area of the jack in the box corner. They may charge anywhere from 30 to 50 dollars. If you already have your plane and hotel reservations I would go many have done Tijuana with no passport.

  7. #21709
    Quote Originally Posted by WarrenFahy1991  [View Original Post]
    Hey friends,

    I've run into a problem and I'm hoping one of the more seasoned vets can give me some information. I have a flight to San Diego tonight and a reservation at a hotel on Revolucion Ave through the weekend. As I was getting ready for the trip, I noticed my passport expired last month (big mistake).

    I've done all the research I can and from what I can tell, there will be no way for me to cross in Mexico and then back into the US. I don't have a valid (non expired) passport or passport card, my drivers license is not a "enhanced ID", I do have a military ID but it is not accompanied by orders to Mexico.

    My question for you all is do they really stick to these guidelines? Have any of you found a different way in and if so, will I be able to get back into the US? Thanks for any help..
    Getting back into the US will not be a problem. They have to let you in. They might, or might not, give you a ration of shit. Probably not.

    Getting into Mexico might be a problem. It will be up to the agent's discretion. They might not notice. They might want a small bribe. They might send you back. It's really hard to tell, but the odds are that you'll be asked for a donation to the border patrol charity ball, and then allowed in.

  8. #21708

    Advice

    Mexico's Imm would probably not notice expiration date. If they hassle you, you can get through with $10 to $20 "tip," as have happened many times in recent months.

    Expired passport is good proof of US Citizenship. CBP will let you in. Your Military ID is definitely a plus.

    Someone stole my wallet in HK last month, had no doc or money. Drove back after midnight on SENTRI lane, I explained to the CBP guys. They let me through without any hassle.

    Be careful and secure your wallet in the bars and at all time. If the girls or someone see a big wad of money in your wallet, they may be tempted to steal it.

  9. #21707
    Quote Originally Posted by WarrenFahy1991  [View Original Post]
    Hey friends,

    I've run into a problem and I'm hoping one of the more seasoned vets can give me some information. I have a flight to San Diego tonight and a reservation at a hotel on Revolucion Ave through the weekend. As I was getting ready for the trip, I noticed my passport expired last month (big mistake).

    I've done all the research I can and from what I can tell, there will be no way for me to cross in Mexico and then back into the US. I don't have a valid (non expired) passport or passport card, my drivers license is not a "enhanced ID", I do have a military ID but it is not accompanied by orders to Mexico.

    My question for you all is do they really stick to these guidelines? Have any of you found a different way in and if so, will I be able to get back into the US? Thanks for any help.

    Warren.
    When I went in early December they didn't look at my passport (or any ID at all) on my way into Tijuana, just waved me in. I've heard from others that If are a us citizen they won't stop re-entering they will just make it harder on you, but I've never tried it I've always had my passport with me. My advice would be don't leave the country without your passport! Good luck if you try.

  10. #21706

    Advice

    Hey friends,

    I've run into a problem and I'm hoping one of the more seasoned vets can give me some information. I have a flight to San Diego tonight and a reservation at a hotel on Revolucion Ave through the weekend. As I was getting ready for the trip, I noticed my passport expired last month (big mistake).

    I've done all the research I can and from what I can tell, there will be no way for me to cross in Mexico and then back into the US. I don't have a valid (non expired) passport or passport card, my drivers license is not a "enhanced ID", I do have a military ID but it is not accompanied by orders to Mexico.

    My question for you all is do they really stick to these guidelines? Have any of you found a different way in and if so, will I be able to get back into the US? Thanks for any help.

    Warren.

  11. #21705
    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    StRobert.

    Your post was helpful to remind readers of the risks of getting busted by LE. I also warned the guys against cruising the streets, hooking up with escorts and massage women. Eventually they will get busted by LE and the consequences are dire.
    Thanks Captain! Exactly, because some guys not all, always complain about Zona Norte, Hong Kong, Adelita clubs etc. OMG bad waiters, bad chicas, bad everything, too expensive etc. Okay so that's why I posted a post for comparison if you want sex or BJ in the USA with the exception of a few counties in Nevada where brothels are legal. So you will be arrested in the sting operation, your photo and full name will be in the local media, you will be on a sex offender list, you will be fired from your job, you need 5 K for a lawyer and if you are married your wife will ask for a divorce and take half of your property. My conclusion guys let's be happy that we have Zona Norte minutes from the border and all the fun there.

  12. #21704

    One more time for the people in the back

    Quote Originally Posted by WombatEd2  [View Original Post]
    This particular forum is about prostitution IN TIJUANA, MEXICO.
    Comparison's to other places if fine. But if it's not on topic, it doesn't belong here.

  13. #21703

    Wrong Forum

    Quote Originally Posted by StRobert  [View Original Post]
    My friend, amigo what's wrong with my post?
    This particular forum is about prostitution IN TIJUANA, MEXICO.

    I'm sure there's an appropriate forum for your post, but this ain't it.

  14. #21702
    StRobert.

    Your post was helpful to remind readers of the risks of getting busted by LE. I also warned the guys against cruising the streets, hooking up with escorts and massage women. Eventually they will get busted by LE and the consequences are dire.

    [Deleted by Admin]

  15. #21701

    Spinner Pic

    Can't remember if I posted the pic of this girl I had a few months ago. A body type I just Love! She seemed a big drunk or maybe a drug or two but hell. If I had to fuck overweight 50+ year old men. I would be on drugs too!

    Fucked her at Cascadas and then a week later at Tropical. I got her number and she said she would be willing to do Chaturbate maybe for some extra money but I didn't follow through on that idea.

    G.
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