For Those Wishing to Stay Longer than 180 Days in Mexico Thinking of moving to Mexico? You’re not alone. Many people, after visiting Mexico, think that it would be great to live there. With its great weather, World Heritage sites, cuisine, and fascinating culture, Mexico is a wonderful place to live. This article tells you… Read more »
Posts By: Ann Reid
Ann and her husband Ron are the co-administrators of the Moving to Mexico Facebook group (membership at 23,000+), which she started after moving to Ajijic, Mexico in 2015. In following other Mexico expat groups, Ann found a lot of questions being asked about how to live legally in Mexico. There was a lot of misinformation and general confusion. Since she could find no one group dedicated to just moving to Mexico, she started her Facebook group. It immediately took off, with more than a thousand members a month joining at first. Ann now lives in Ensenada, Baja California, in a home near the beach. Originally temporary residents, she and her husband now have permanent residency there. Ann was a family law and bankruptcy attorney, as well as a technical writer in her past life. She uses these skills and experience to try and interpret Mexico law and help those who are trying to move to Mexico. She also keeps on top of changes in legal requirements and passes those on. Mexpro is proud to have an expert like Ann as one of our writers and we hope you get the help you need when reading her articles.
Planning a trip to Mexico? There’s lots to do to get ready, including getting: Your passport, a visa, documents for obtaining a Temporary importation permit (if not traveling in the free zone), a permission letter if your vehicle is financed, Mexico auto insurance, and the biggest obstacle, packing! You may ask, “Do you need a… Read more »