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Do you need to know Spanish to live in Los Cabos? Or more importantly to me, do I want to know Spanish to live in Cabo? With tourism being such a big part of the local economy, you can certainly get by without being fluent in Spanish. The question is do you want to? When […]

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Mexico is a land of contrasts. Expats and visitors who take time to look and see are rewarded with a constant parade of “Mexican Moments” that reveal both new and old Mexico. Loaded with cutting-edge technology, today’s Mexico is dashing toward full-fledged first world standing. Still, around the next corner in the dawn’s early light […]

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Several hundred miles north of Mexico’s border with Belize, expat Catherine Gray has been making a big difference in the lives of the mostly Maya people through her language school in Quintana Roo for the past eight years. Gray, now 47, first moved to Felipe Carrillo Puerto in the southern part of the Yucatán Peninsula […]

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Expats In Mexico by Maria & Fernando Garibay - 1w ago

Summer heat and rain have arrived a bit early in Puerto Vallarta and the Bay of Banderas as the electoral campaigns in Mexico are heating up. As many of you know, Mexico is in its electoral campaigns for the presidency, along with the elections of senators, delegates, governors and mayors for most of the states. […]

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Applying for citizenship in Mexico is an option some expats are interested in but know little about. In addition to having legal immigration and working status, integrating yourself by learning the language and being of “good character” are critical if you wish to apply for Mexican citizenship. Citizenship may not be of relevance to you […]

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Born and raised just outside of America’s Big Apple, Tom Lang lived most of his life north of the border. But after 40 years, trading Vancouver rain for Mexico sunshine brought he and his wife happily to the northern shore of Lake Chapala. Lang, 69, left his small New Jersey town, just outside of Newark, […]

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Expats In Mexico by Keith Paulson-thorp - 2w ago

This morning it was not the church bells that awakened me so early, but the blaring loudspeaker from a passing truck with colorful signs on the sides, a reminder of the upcoming elections in Mexico. The voice enumerated the promises of Mauricio Sahui Rivero, PRI candidate for Governor of Yucatán, running mainly against Mauricio Vila […]

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Increasingly, Americans and Canadians are learning what expats living in Mexico already know: Medical care in Mexico is excellent and inexpensive. I recently returned from a speaking engagement at the 9th Medical Tourism Congress in Aguascaliente, Mexico. There I saw something remarkable unfold: American and Canadian medical facilitators and Mexican hospitals and other medical care […]

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My first blog was all about the ins-and-outs of paying your hospital bill in Mexico. Today, “Paying Your Hospital Bill in Mexico Part Two” provides more information that will help keep you out of trouble when using hospitals in Mexico. Whether you have insurance or not, you will have to pay the bill before you […]

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Throughout the year I receive many frequently asked questions about Mexico real estate and periodically stop for a moment to answer them for my readers. Question What is the federal maritime zone? I just bought my home in front of the beach. Can anyone build in front of me? Answer Beaches are public in Mexico […]

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