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Myths about overseas voting

Myth #1: "Americans don't vote again until 2008." WRONG. Americans go to the polls on November 7, 2006 to elect all 435 members of the House of Representatives, 33 Senators and 36 Governors. For ... read more

Mexico real estate: where there's a will there's a way Raoul Rodriguez-Walters

What's the Plan Man? We all have a "Plan" that distributes the property we own when we pass away. The difference is that some of us are familiar with our plan, others are not. Those with foresight hav... read more

So You Are In Mexico, Married To A Mexican Citizen And Want To Move To The U.S. Shawn Gralla

So you are an American in Mexico, married to a Mexican citizen and want to move to the U.S.; maybe to work, visit family, go to school or some combination. This short description is the required proces... read more

Tying The Knot -- Mexican Style Judy King

Mexico's ornate old churches are beautiful and romantic settings for weddings. Saturdays there always seem to be three brides at the charming little church across... read more

Getting here - paperwork for people, animals, cars and things Karen Blue

FM-T Tourist The basic entrance immigration status for tourists is the FM-T. It is valid for a maximum of 180 days and is issued at your point of entry into Mexico-either at a border crossing or an ai... read more

Know The Law In Mexico - Wills In Mexico Adriana Perez Flores

This is a topic that some people do not like to face, as it makes them think about their own mortality. Unfortunately, if we want to take care of our loved ones or a favorite charity, we must face this... read more

Know The Law In Mexico - Changes In Immigration And IMSS Requirements Adriana Perez Flores

When Immigration or IMSS decide to make changes to rules and or requirements, these are usually very minor, such as income amounts, and the cost of the actual documents. However, over the past two mont... read more

Know The Law In Mexico - Immigration Documents Adriana Perez Flores

In the past several years the basic requirements for immigration to Mexico have not changed, but the explanations of these requirements are somewhat unclear. We see this confusion everyday, so we are g... read more

Know the Law in Mexico - Contracts: Part 3 Adriana Perez Flores

We have written on this subject twice in the past 14 months, but it continues to be a growing problem. In the past two months we have seen an increase in problems associated with contracts. We have bee... read more

Know The Law In Mexico - Immigration Changes At Border Crossings And Airports Adriana Perez Flores

When exiting and entering Mexico, foreigners are supposed to show their immigration documents with the officials either at the border, or at the airport into or out of which you fly. This has always be... read more

Us Consular Services In Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico

Emergency Services Non Emergency Services United States Consular Office - Guadalajara Address: 175 Progreso Guadalajara, 44100 Jalisco, Mexico Web Site: http://www... read more

The Insider's Guide: Mexico's Lake Chapala and Ajijic Reviewed by Allan Cogan

I'm filled with admiration and respect for The Insider's Guide. Its 368 pages are so complete and comprehensive and so well thought out and so well organized. Teresa Kendrick and her colleagues have done a wonderful job of providing and packaging a full authoritative range of information, not only for long and short-term residents of the Lake Chapala area but also for those many people who seem to be contemplating coming here either to live as permanent retiree-residents or as snowbirds. read more

Know The Law In Mexico - Traveling To Mexico Part 2 Adriana Perez Flores

In August, we covered the basic things you need to watch for and or take care of for first time visitors into Mexico - simple Immigration issues and car importation permits. This was intended for the f... read more

Know The Law In Mexico - Traffic Police Adriana Perez Flores

There are many reasons our foreign community is growing. Everyone wants a better life, whether it be the climate, the people, cost of living, easy pace, or even to get away from the bureaucracy of life... read more

Know The Law In Mexico - Medical Coverage And Hospitals Adriana Perez Flores

In an effort to educate as many people as this column can reach, we touched on many legal issues surrounding our lives in Mexico. Our office deals with many issues that we are faced with each and every... read more

Know The Law In Mexico - Traveling To Mexico Adriana Perez Flores

Traveling to Mexico   Planning a trip to Mexico? Coming to see if this is where you may want to retire? Actually moving to Mexico? Everyone has their own reason to visit this beautiful part of the w... read more

Know The Law In Mexico - Apostille Adriana Perez Flores

The requirement of an Apostille (ah-poh-steel) is an important new development for international travelers. An Apostille is an additional certification that will be required for all notar... read more

Know The Law In Mexico - Christmas Bonus Adriana Perez Flores

The labor laws for the Republic of Mexico vary for each type of employee, and each type of employer. Unfortunately, very few of us who hire maids and gardeners, hire them according to the law. We hire ... read more

Know The Law In Mexico - Your Documents Adriana Perez Flores

Common sense goes a long way, no matter which country you live in. Different countries have different criteria on certain things: procedures and paperwork on house closings, passport requirements; even... read more

Know The Law In Mexico - Labor Unions Adriana Perez Flores

Know the Law in Mexico is written monthly to help the foreign community with issues we see affecting peoples daily lives. The information we provide is simple, informative, and sometimes controversial.... read more

Know The Law In Mexico - Vehicle Importation: Part 3 Adriana Perez Flores

Last month, we mentioned filing a letter with Customs asking the proper interpretation of the law surrounding imported vehicles, which is article 106. We received the reply which has been translated an... read more

Mexico real estate: rental and sales contracts Adriana Perez Flores

We talked about this subject a few months ago, but recently we have worked with three cases of people being ripped off for their deposits on Mexico real estate. Two were deposits on purchasing a Mexico... read more

Know The Law In Mexico - Vehicle Importation: Part 2 Adriana Perez Flores

Our last article discussed the basic importation regulations around foreign plated vehicles. This needed to be addressed as some vehicle seizures were made in Puerto Vallarta, and because a reasonable ... read more

Know The Law In Mexico - Vehicle Importation: Part 1 Adriana Perez Flores

Most months we try to cover current trends and rumors in the foreign community. These past few weeks has generated the worst of these rumors. It all started when the authorities in Puerto Vallarta seiz... read more

Know The Law In Mexico - Marriage And Divorce In Mexico Adriana Perez Flores

Here are two widely varying topics. Marriage, everyone loves to talk about. Divorce, not a very popular topic. Fortunately, or unfortunately, they are facts of life. Many people come to us inquiring ab... read more
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