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What Is There to Love About Merida?

When foreigners dream about relocating to Mexico, they typically picture sandy beaches and a turquoise ocean. But do they know about Merida? The capital city of Yucatan is located in the southeast of Mexico, 20 miles away from the Gulf of Mexico. Living in Merida provides the luxuries of city life, rich culture, theater, and fine dining. Merida is an authentic Mexican city, with Spanish colonial buildings and haciendas. It has all the modern-day amenities and conveniences expats appreciate which most colonial cities do not offer, and the beach is 30 minutes away. Merida may be the best of two...

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Pride Week In Puerto Vallarta

Puerto Vallarta is gearing up to host their LGBT Pride week from May 20 to 27, 2018. Not only is the event important for humankind, educating people about equal rights, acceptance and celebrating diversity, but the festival is excellent business for Puerto Vallarta. Last year’s event saw an influx of over 17,000 visitors and the number continues to grow each year. Puerto Vallarta expects this year’s event to be the most significant Pride event in the region. According to the Vallarta Pride website, local businesses, associations, and the LGBT community have joined forces to organize this event, including concerts, entertainment,...

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5 Ways Expat Living will Benefit Your Child

Some people feel that once they start a family their traveling days are over and that they must put down roots in one place, but this is not necessarily true. Traveling and living in different countries is beneficial to children. Living in another country helps develop children into well-rounded human beings. Expat children enjoy the diversity of growing up in another country, with friends from various backgrounds, different races, and religious beliefs. Awareness and Empathy Raising a child in a new country teaches a child many valuable life lessons. They will experience new cultures, languages, and cuisine. Expat children have a broader...

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Common Questions about Mexican Immigration

We have gathered some of the most common questions we receive from foreigners regarding legal immigration to Mexico. Do I need to apply for a visa to travel to Mexico? Contact your local Mexican consulate to keep updated on travel requirements. The countries listed in this link do not require a visa. http://www.inm.gob.mx/gobmx/word/index.php/paises-no-requieren-visa-para-mexico/ How long can I remain in Mexico on a Visitor’s Permit (FMM) Forma Migratoria Múltiple? Visitors can stay in Mexico for 180 days; you should advise the immigration officer you would like to stay 180 days, as they may not automatically enter 180 days on your permit. Can I request...

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Top 8 Reasons to Live in Puerto Vallarta

The weather Shake the winter blues and get some sunshine. The Pacific coast of Mexico offers warm weather year round. The Pacific Ocean The ocean is known to revitalize your body, mind, and soul. Put your feet in the sand and let the sea take your worries away. The low cost of living Possibly one of the top reasons people are moving to Mexico is to achieve a lower cost of living. If living in the US or Canada is causing a financial strain, give yourself a financial break come and live in paradise. Everything from real estate to beer is less expensive in...

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