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Canadians Retiring in Mexico 6 Months at a Time

So you want to live in Mexico, but you are not quite willing to give up the comforts of home? Although most Mexican real estate developments are much more luxurious than what we are familiar with back home, such as infinity pools and ocean views, still some Canadians living in Mexico are only spending half their time in Mexico and half in their home country. There are some benefits to this lifestyle, including maintaining your home country’s residency and health care. You may enjoy your summers in your home country and then escape the cold, rainy winters by heading to Mexico,...

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Mexican Immigration For Canadians Living, Retiring Or Working In Mexico

So, you are thinking about moving to Mexico, it is possible for Canadians to live in Mexico permanently. Many Canadians are living, retiring, and even working in Mexico. Although the Mexican Immigration laws can be daunting, MexLaw can help to gain the visa you require to stay in Mexico. Mexican Immigration laws require Canadians who are thinking about retiring in Mexico, prove they can support themselves for the duration of their stay, whether that be from a retirement pension, investments, owning a business or owning property here in Mexico. Canadians relocating to Mexico may apply for a Temporary Resident Visa or...

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Things You Need To Know About Mexican Law, An Overview For Canadians Visiting Or Living In Mexico

Being arrested is a terrifying event, never mind being arrested in a foreign country. With different laws, in a different language and a different country, you are at your most vulnerable, you will need a lawyer in Mexico.  MexLaw can assist you with your legal defense and ensure your human rights are protected.   MexLaw is a professional English and Spanish speaking, law firm in Mexico, assisting with processing disputes, mediation, defense in criminal matters or defense of victims in a criminal proceeding. If you break the law in Mexico, you will be expected to abide by Mexican law and their judicial...

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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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