How long is Spring Break in Puerto Rico?

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Answered: How can I get a Tax Lien list in Puerto Rico? Does anybody have a contact

Look into zillow.com or visit court houses in Puerto Rico where you can see lists of properties with tax liens and are scheduled for auction.

Answered: I want to go to Puerto Rico - I only have a ...

To go to Puerto Rico all you need is a license or any other type of id to get you through the airport. Puerto Rico is an US territory so if you are US Citizen you do not need a passport, nor a birth certificate.

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Answered: Where is the best place for Spring Break?

I think Cancun is the best place to enjoy the spring break vacation

Answered: Can a US permanent resident travel to Puerto Rico and return to the US

I think you should take advise from any reputed travel agent. They will advise much better.

Answered: What will obama do for puerto rico what does he have on his desk to help

He'll do what he did for everyone, nothing! Take from the hard working people to give to the people who do nothing!
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Booking hotel rooms & Transportation in Puerto Rico

You can contact the cruise line's activities coordinator or the excursion manager. They know all the affordable and discounted hotels and all the contacts that you need to have if you would be planning to have an excursion during the trip or so. If you cant contact them through their website you can ...

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Help relocating to Puerto Rico

It is better to have relocation using shipping but I guess it is too expensive so land relocating is suitable because it is affordable and the company charged only for the destination and the stuff. MOVERS BOSTON

I am a citizen of Paraguay and I have an unexpired ...

Here is a site that might help you with some of the information that you are inquiring about. If not, I would suggest contacting either the American or Puerto Rico Embassy's.