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Mexico > Property

Mexico

How To Rent Or Buy Property In Mexico

Monday May 11, 2020 (08:13:14)

Mexico is a country in the southern portion of North America. It is a popular destination among tourists and expats alike, for its hot climate, beautiful beaches, fascinating culture, and delectable food. Many move to Mexico for its low cost of living, and find work in one of the rapidly developing cities. It’s a great place to enjoy a happy work life balance.   more ...

Mexico > Moving

Mexico

How To Apply For A Visa In Mexico

Friday March 13, 2020 (17:40:28)

Mexico is a popular destination, with a booming tourism and hospitality industry. Many expats seek employment there, not only in the hospitality sector, but also in telecommunications, oil and gas, and more. Whether you are coming to Mexico for tourism or employment purposes, you may require a visa, which you can read more about below.   more ...

Mexico > Working

Mexico

How To Find A Job In Mexico

Monday February 03, 2020 (10:31:16)

Mexico is an interesting choice for expats seeking employment and it is possible to find work here, although you will need to go through some legal procedures; it is not legal to work in Mexico without the proper permit. The country’s economy is booming, however, and expected to continue doing so, in a wide range of sectors.   more ...

Mexico > Health

Mexico

Healthcare Options For Expat Retirees In Mexico

Friday July 27, 2018 (14:01:44)

If you’re thinking of retiring to Mexico, healthcare is going to be on your mind – but the good news is that there are some positive options awaiting you.   more ...

Mexico > Moving

Mexico

A Guide To Mexican Visas For Self-Employed Expats

Monday July 23, 2018 (11:02:19)

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Not only will you now get notified of every informative-yet-witty article we publish, but you’ll also get to see the listings of all the sub-groups we run. These groups are the perfect place to research future moves, contact expats who are already overseas and ask all the questions you have. The members of these groups have probably already solved the problems bothering you and can help you navigate the strange maze of paperwork and bureaucracy.   more ...

Mexico > Living

Mexico

Interview With Chuck Bolotin, Best Places In The World To Retire

Friday November 10, 2017 (13:53:59)
Chuck Bolotin
Chuck, you're VP Business Development at Best Places in the World to Retire. Tell us a bit about your role - what does a day in your life look like?

Thanks, Scar, for the opportunity to be interviewed for Expat Focus. It’s an honor.

In broad terms, I’m responsible for bringing content to our site that is high quality and useful to people considering moving abroad, as well as managing our business relationships.   more ...

Mexico > Living

Mexico

Indigenous Traditions In Mexico - A Short Guide For Expats

Thursday June 15, 2017 (14:13:16)
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One of the largest and most diverse indigenous communities in Latin America exists in Mexico. The indigenous population in Mexico consists of 12.7 million people that make up 13 percent of the country’s population. There are 62 languages spoken by this population. Traditionally, the indigenous communities were defined using language-based criteria, which may have led to an underestimation of the indigenous population. This changed in the 2000 census when indigenous peoples’ organizations pressured the government to include a question based on self-identification. In this census it was found that only half of the population that identified themselves as indigenous spoke an indigenous language. 84 percent of those who spoke an indigenous language also spoke Spanish.   more ...

Mexico > Financial

Mexico

A Guide To Opening A Bank Account In Mexico

Friday June 09, 2017 (13:23:08)
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The benefit of enjoying high living standards at fairly low costs is undoubtedly one of the main reasons why many people are choosing to settle down in Mexico. This popular expat destination has a lot going for it, like its colorful history, rich culture, welcoming people, stable economy, tropical climate, and modern housing options. Its proximity to the United States and Canada is an additional benefit. The recent political debacle with its northern neighbor has weakened the local currency, the Peso, to a great extent; however, the drop has only made this country more attractive to foreigners, who now regard it as a place where their dollars can go further.   more ...

Mexico > Health

Mexico

A Guide To Health Insurance In Mexico

Monday March 13, 2017 (15:55:48)
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Lovely weather, friendly people, rich culture, scenic beauty, and modern infrastructure are just a few of the traits that make the vibrant country of Mexico a highly popular destination with expatriates from across Europe and North America. Many people move to this nation just to take advantage of its excellent healthcare services, which are easily available at affordable prices.   more ...

Mexico > Living

Mexico

10 Great Places To Live In Mexico

Tuesday February 28, 2017 (15:07:04)
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Many expats are increasingly considering Mexico as a destination, seeking a relaxed lifestyle in the sunshine. Some are seeking a break from modern life, looking for a sleepy village completely free of WiFi and hustle and bustle. Others are seeking to transplant their current lives into the Mexican landscape, living in an enclave of other expats and without learning a single word of Spanish.   more ...



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