I wish someone would stick the rule book where the sun doesn't shine at the immigrations office. Got my Fm3 re-newed no problem. The next week my wife was turned down because there was not enough income on the bank statements...WTF...its the same as mine. Also the bank statements now have to be translated into spanish....another 250.00 pesos per page expense. The part that really gets me is we arn't doing this ourselves but using an lawyer to get it done. Luckily the ass that turned my wife down is no longer there so the lawyer took the paperwork to a different person and she was approved with no problem. But we still have to translate the bank statement into spanish. When bringing this up with our lawyer we were told that the immigration law in Mexico is the only law that is up to total interpretation by the offical behind the counter. No wonder the rules change every day. My friend said it best..."These ass holes really know how to F@#k up paradise.