Adjusting to Mexico: Transitional anxiety – Part 3, an overview

Business in Mexico Part 1 provides an Introduction and Interpersonal effects. Part 2 – Intrapersonal Symptoms During the time that I have been living in Mexico, I have worked with many international families. They were in Mexico City mostly as a result of the husband’s work transfer. The contact with these families, however, usually came as […]

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Adjusting to Mexico: Transitional anxiety and interpersonal effects – Part 2

Business in Mexico Part 1 provides an Introduction and Interpersonal effects. Part 3 – Overview Moving to a foreign country makes enormous demands upon our psyche. Not only do we have to deal with the stress of leaving home, we also have to struggle to find the way to live within a country whose culture, society, […]

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Adjusting to Mexico: Transitional anxiety and interpersonal effects – Part 1

Business in Mexico As many international families can attest, adjusting to life in Mexico City or other major city in Mexico is a unique challenge. Some families, unfortunately, do not fare too well. In this article, some of the more common symptoms of a difficult personal and social adjustment to Mexico will be discussed. These […]

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México’s Trade Commissions

This page contains a listing of the Méxican Trade Commission offices around the world. Canada United States Argentina (including: Uruguay) Brazil (including: Paraguay) Chile (including: Bolivia) Colombia (including:Ecuador, Peru) Costa Rica (including: Nicaragua, Panama) Cuba France (including: Algiers, Morocco, Tunis) Germany (including: Austria, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Russia, Switzerland) Great Britain (including England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales) Guatemala (including: Belize, El Salvador, Honduras) Hong Kong (including […]

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Requirements For Going To Mexico As Business Visitor

Gaceta Consular 30 day business visitor form can be secured upon presentation of: A valid passport or a certified copy of the birth certificate or a citizenship card plus a recent picture identification. Letter from the company represented of by the interested individual if traveling alone, stating the specific purpose and the length of the […]

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Inside Mexico: Living, Travelling and Doing Business in a Changing Society

Cogan’s Reviews A Mexico book by Paula Heusinkveld This is a very useful book for explaining Mexicans to the rest of us North Americans. Professor Heusinkveld has set out to cover Mexican attitudes to business relationships, social interactions, culture, customs and values and has largely succeeded in describing our neighbors in understandable ways. I would […]

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