Lois and Kai Hendriksen retired to Veracruz Mexico and opened a burger drive-in. © William B. Kaliher, 2010

Living, Working, Retiring in Mexico – Index Page

Living, working or retiring in Mexico is a dream for people in many parts of the world. For others, it has become a reality. This Resource Page is intended to provide a solid base of practical advice, viewpoints and personal experience. Through articles, resource materials, references and the ‘Living Working Retiring in Mexico Forum,’ this […]

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Immigration Procedures: Visas, Birth, Weddings and Death

Visa and Entry Requirements Driving across the border Law on Passport Applications for Minors (U.S.A.) Moving to Mexico’s a Breeze Immigration Overview Taking Children/Grandchildren into Mexico What Stuff Can I Bring In ? (As a Tourist) “Know the Law in Mexico.” – Series Index It Takes More Than “I DO” to get Married In Mexico Getting […]

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Information For Canadians In Mexico

Information For Canadians In Mexico Canadians considering visiting, living part-time or relocating to Mexico are well advised to access the wealth of information provided “on-line” by the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, and the very supportive Embassy and Consulates. The Embassy’s Web Page provides considerable useful information. As well, they provide a significant […]

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Information for US Citizens, and others, traveling to or living in Mexico

Information for US Citizens and others traveling to or living in Mexico Taxes Here, Taxes There, Taxes Everywhere Uncle Sam Has Something To Say About Your Mexican Home Where There’s a Will There’s a Way Tax Highlights for U.S. Citizens and Resident Aliens Going Abroad Publication 593. It’s That Time of Year Again – Expat Taxes […]

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Mexico Real Estate: buying renting and owning property or homes in Mexico

Mexico makes it easy for foreigners to own property. Inland, they can hold a direct title to their Mexico real estate. In the prohibited zones — including prized beach areas — expats can own real estate through a bank trust. Will you live in Mexico full time or spend only part of the year South […]

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“Cosmic Dust” Or “42” – Esoterica About Mexico

A collection of esoterica about Mexico that does not fit elsewhere and just may include the answer to the meaning of life. The Tragic Love Story of Alma Reed & Felipe Carrillo In Amber – A Tale of Mexican Discovery. Taking the “Waters” in México. A Tranquil Life at Casa Buena Vista. A Higher Vision of Mexico […]

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The 100-mile road which winds from Creel, elevation 7,500 feet, to Batopilas, 1,650 feet, is narrow and — at points — treacherous, especially in the last 30 or so miles. This part of Mexico's Copper Canyon is remote and rugged. © Geri Anderson 2001.

Living healthy in Mexico: Insurance, health care and Mexico’s medical tourism – a resource page

Some are surprised at the quality of health care in Mexico. But the climate, diet and openness to alternative therapies all contribute to healthy living. In addition, Mexico is recognized throughout Latin America as a leader in cutting edge medicine, with world class hospitals and health care professionals. For medical tourism, Mexico is the logical […]

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