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Author: Zoltan

MEXLAW > Articles posted by Zoltan

Warning Signs You Should Not Ignore When Buying Mexican Real Estate

Buying real estate in paradise can be a challenge, as is any financial exchange in a foreign country, it can be confusing and stressful. Dealing with different procedures and laws you need a professional in your corner guiding you through the process for a safe and secure purchase. Be warned by these comments commonly heard during real estate negotiations. We will provide financing for you! Buying from a developer that offers you financing? Sounds great, but you may not receive the property title until you have paid off your home. In the meantime, this developer may have financial problems and liens...

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Luxurious Living, Investing and Living in the Riviera Maya

Spending your life relaxing on the Caribbean ocean, soft white sand beaches, and warm weather is probably reason enough to buy a home in Mexico, but if you are not quite convinced imagine calling a luxurious resort style condo home. Living and Investing in Mexico you will afford the luxury lifestyle which may be out of reach in your hometown. If you have considered investing in Mexican real estate, but worry about the time it takes to look after a property while you are out of Mexico, there are options available to you. One popular option is a condo hotel...

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Mexlaw as a speaker

  Thank you Pelican Free Press and Colonos Association at Puerto Aventuras for hosting Mexlaw as a speaker, on the first informative talk about Migration Procedures, on the Puerto Aventuras Speaking Series. P.A.S.S. Puerto Aventuras Speaker Series Puerto Aventuras colonos attended a presentation about Mexico’s new visa programs and process and whether it  should be considered a Temporary or permanent resident Visa “Residente temporal” – “Residente permanente” or work visa.    ...

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Obtaining Temporary Residency in Mexico

In a two part series, Mexlaw walks us through the process of gaining legal resident status When you enter Mexico as a tourist, immigration issues you tourist visa, known as an FMM that entitles you to remain in the country for a maximum of 180 days. To extend your stay, legally, you have to exit the country and re-enter for a new FMM. If you wish to stay in Mexico for longer than 180 days, or you plan to live in Mexico, you will need to apply for a Temporary Residency Visa. The Temporary Residency Visa can be issued for one year,...

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