Due to the high demand for appointments to carry out procedures and services, the Tax Administration Service (SAT) announced that as of Monday, February 15, it would extend its business hours and allow some procedures to be carried out without an appointment.
It should be noted that some procedures, such as the renewal of e. Signature and password, can be done online. Taxpayers can review the information related to the service they are looking for on the SAT portal.
The opening hours in the SAT offices were modified: Monday to Thursday, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Photo: Reformation.
Despite the epidemiological traffic light of the entities, and to make the attention to taxpayers more efficient, since Monday the office hours were modified:
• From Monday to Thursday, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
• Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
The services will be provided, without the need for an appointment, to obtain the Password, delivery of RFC certificates (Cédulas de Identificación Fisca l. CIF, to accredit the RFC) and the internet rooms known as « My Space ».
The procedures that can be carried out in the internet rooms, as long as the users have the e. Signature and / or password of the RFC, are the following:
• Updates and services to the RFC.
• Regularization of obligations.
• Address change.
• Annual statement.
• Provisional statements
• Registration of individuals of legal age.
• Activation of the Tax Mailbox.
• Enter request for clarifications, services or requests.
• Renewal of the e. Signature that is about to expire.
• Obtaining Certificates of Digital Stamps.
The requirements to carry out procedures in « My Space » are:
Enter a SAT office. Have e. Signature and / or password of the RFC. Go with face masks, keep a healthy distance and follow the sanitary measures established in the SAT offices.
The Tax Administration Service asked taxpayers who request an appointment to comply with it, or to cancel it in advance so that in this way they allow another person to use that space.
He reported that a dropout rate of around 30% persists on average.
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