Yes, going to "Informes" at Migraciones is like a bad joke punctuated with a 2 1/2 to 3 hour wait to get to someone who may or not be helpful. And no one as far as I know will tell you about Bldg 6 and even there, there's no "informes" box. However I was told to ask questions in the D section by a woman in Judiciales section. It worked!Thanks for all your posts. Every time I have been to "Informes" at Migraciones, I have gotten conflicting answers. I will go to building 6 with my question, as you suggest. A few months back a poster said that Radex was asking him for a new police report for a residency renewal. Do you know if that is the case? I ask you or whoever might know because they have never asked for that before for a renewal. Of course, I can't get far enough into Radex at this point to find out because I am more than 60 days out.
As this is my first rodeo I can't speak to residency renewal. However, in the version of Radex that I applied in, first time application for residency, as long as you don't elect to pay an extra 10,000AR to be 'expedited' then the police report came as part of the Radex application. They fetch the criminal report. You pay an extra invoice for 148 pesos for that service, which had to be paid at a Correos.