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Immigration

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Loneliness and the Single Expat

Many unattached foreigners move to Mexico to start their life over. It may seem scary to relocate to another country alone, and at times you will feel out of your element and isolated without the security of friends and family, familiar surroundings and routine, it can be a challenge to get comfortable in your new life. You will be dealing with many changes living in another country including culture shock, language, alienation and it may cause you to feel lonely and doubt whether you made the right decision. Sometimes it can be compared to being the new kid in class...

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The First Steps of Moving to Mexico, Visa Process Step by Step.

You have decided to relocate to Mexico; do you know how long you want to stay? If you have already fallen in love with Mexico and know you want to stay indefinitely and you have a sufficient monthly income or substantial assets you may want to apply for Visa de Residente Permanente – Permanent Resident Visa. A Permanent Residency never expires, and you may enter and exit Mexico as you please. If you are still checking it out, but want to remain in Mexico more than 180 days you should apply for Visa de Residente Temporal – Temporary Resident Visa. This...

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Achieving Your New Year’s Resolution by Relocating to Mexico

People often dream about moving to a foreign country but do not always make it happen; it is our opinion that some of the most common New Year's resolutions could be achieved by relocating to Mexico. We took a look at 10 of the most common New Year's resolutions for 2019, and the best way to keep these resolutions. Save money and spend less It is a well-known fact that Mexico offers a less expensive, better quality of life than the rest of North America. You will spend far less money on housing, condo fees, property tax, food, and transportation....

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Time Restraints and Mexican Immigration

These are some of the most common questions we receive regarding immigration and time restraints in Mexico. When I arrive in Mexico as a tourist how long can I stay? As a tourist, you will enter Mexico on a Visitors Permit (FMM) this permit will typically grant you a maximum 180 days which cannot be renewed in Mexico, you must leave the country before it expires. If by chance you overstay your permit, you will be required to report to INM immigration at the airport and pay a fine before you leave. How long do I need to stay out of the...

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Economic and Investment Certainty

Published: Real Estate Market.com.mx Monday, 01 October 2018 Written by: Ricardo Vázquez At the beginning of the last quarter of the year 2018, in economic and financial matters, it stands out that the main factors of uncertainty have been defused and left behind. The first of these was the federal election, where the broad triumph of Andrés Manuel López Obrador did not generate any post-election conflict, and we are observing a smooth transition so far. The second element is the signing of a new version of the old North American Free Trade Agreement between the United States, Canada, and Mexico, formerly NAFTA,  now the United...

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