Pet owners are often reluctant to leave their pets behind when travelling. Fortunately for those who wish to import their pets to Mexico from the US and Canada, restrictions were recently eased. If you import pets to Mexico from outside North America, you will have more requirements to meet. Note… Read More
These days, not only retirees want to live in Mexico, but younger generations also want to relocate here. Younger generations come without a pension however, and usually seek employment in Mexico. Therefore, they will need a Mexican work visa (permit). In order to legally work, you can obtain a Mexican… Read More
If you’re thinking of applying for temporary or permanent residency in Mexico, it can help to know the pros and cons of each procedure. In this article, we outline what to consider before initiating a Mexican immigration application.
In this My New Life in Mexico series, Immigration to Mexico clients share their experiences with us. Watch the whole interview with Carol as she shares about her decision to move to Mexico, and the differences between life here and in the U.S., and her experience going through the immigration… Read More
Many people move to Mexico to enjoy a better quality of life and lower cost of living while stretching their pension, salary or savings further. But what is the actual cost of living in Mexico? How much do you need when you move here? Well, how long is a piece… Read More
Many immigrants from the USA or Canada to Mexico choose to move to Playa del Carmen on the Riviera Maya. What makes this destination so attractive – apart from the Caribbean sea and its white sand beaches? In this article we look at this lively beach town and help you… Read More
Baby Boomers and Mexico Baby boomers just love Mexico. Born in the post-war era, so-called baby boomers led productive lives, and many achieved success as entrepreneurs or as employees. There has been a significant increase in U.S. and Canadian natives, from this generation, who live in Mexico or spend much… Read More