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The Mexican Revolution 1910 Gaceta Consular

The Mexican Revolution was brought on by, among other factors, tremendous disagreement among the Mexican people over the dictatorship of President Porfirio Díaz, who, all told, stayed in office for th... read more

Oaxaca Gaceta Consular

Located in the southern part of the Mexican Republic, the state of Oaxaca is bordered on the north by the states of Puebla and Veracruz, to the east by Chiapas, to the west by Guerrero, and to the sout... read more

Investment regulations in Mexico Gaceta Consular

New foreign investment regulations establish conditions under which --with strict adherence to the law-- foreign investors may legally participate as major stockholders with new investments in sections... read more

Zacatecas Gaceta Consular

The state of Zacatecas spans a territory of 75,040 square kilometers, covering a swath of the north-central plain of Mexico surrounded by mountain ranges. Zacatecas is bordered to the north by the stat... read more

Tabasco Gaceta Consular

Tabasco LOCATION: The State of Tabasco is located in southeastern Mexico. It is bordered to the north by the Gulf of Mexico, to the northwest by Campeche, to the southeast by Guat... read more

Art and History - The National Emblem Gaceta Consular

The Mexican national emblem, an eagle standing on top of a blooming cactus, in a tiny barren island in the middle of a lagoon, has its origin in a legendary event in the foundation of Mexico. The story... read more

Chihuahua Gaceta Consular

Location: The state of Chihuahua is located at the northern end of Mexico, on the Northwest Central Plain. It is bordered to the north and northeast by the United States, to the west and south by the s... read more

Mixquic: the Day of the Dead and the Day of All Saints in Mexico Gaceta Consular

In Mexico on the first two days of November, the dead are remembered in a very special celebration which is one of the most hallowed traditions in the Mexican culture. Each year, a series of unique ev... read more

All about driving In Mexico Gaceta Consular

Whether you are visiting family or friends, or just want to drive through the beautiful countryside, it is important for you to remember the following steps when crossing the border between the United ... read more

Authorization For Foreign Investment In The Tourism Industry Gaceta Consular

Permission from the Secretary of Foreign Relations is required for the formation of 'Fideicomisos' or real estate bank trusts to invest in this industry. These permission may be given under the followi... read more

How foreigners can purchase real estate in Mexico's restricted areas Gaceta Consular

Foreigners can buy or invest in real estate in Mexico without any restriction, except in the coastal and border areas. There, foreign individuals and branches of foreign corporations can have 100% cont... read more

Regulations For Foreigners Seeking Employment In Mexico Gaceta Consular

Foreigners who contemplate visiting Mexico with the intention of seeking employment can't remain in the country to work . Those who have the above purpose in mind, should first contact established com... read more

El Grito: Mexico's Cry for Independence Gaceta Consular

The Declaration of Independence of the United States eloquently states in its introductory paragraph: "When in the course of human events it becomes necessary for one People to dissolve the political b... read more

Different Ways To Send Money to Mexico Gaceta Consular

September 1996 - Austin, Texas - Year IV, Number 25 With the many Mexican nationals who live in the Austin area and with the increase in trade between our countries under NAFTA, the Consulate frequent... read more
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