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Bienvenidos to the New Expats In Mexico

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Bienvenidos to the new Expats In Mexico website! It’s been almost seven months since we launched EIM on Mexico’s Independence Day, and what better way to celebrate than to unveil a completely new look.

As more and more expats living in Mexico and aspiring expats from the U.S., Canada and places beyond discover our articles, blogs, Mexico profile, city profiles, our Questions and Answers, photo gallery and video gallery, we decided to improve our website’s user experience to make it easier for you to find what you are looking for.

For instance, we’ve added 18 topic categories to our Articles section to make it easier to find specific information on a subject of interest to you. Not all topic categories have articles right now but we’re adding new stories each month to help you move to Mexico, live better in Mexico and work or start a business in the country.

We’ve also reorganized our expat blogs section to help you follow your favorite blogger or all of our bloggers. If you want to see all the Mi Vista blogs, for example, just click on Expat Blogs in the navigation bar and then on Mi Vista.

Our Expats In Mexico video interviews are also easier to access on the homepage. The most current video will be featured each month but other video interviews are just a click away on the homepage.

Social media access also has been improved. For example, if you scroll to the bottom of the homepage, you’ll have much better access to our Instagram page.

But we’re not stopping at just a better website. In the months to come, we’ll be adding Mazatlán, Guanajuato, Oaxaca and Ensenada to our Cities section, making it a full dozen Mexican cities we profile.

We’ll also be adding new articles, blogs, Q&As, videos and photos each month to fulfill our mission of bringing you timely, truthful and trustworthy information, resources and tools to help make your life in Mexico the very best it can be.

5 COMMENTS

  1. Finally I have found a website about living in Mexico that is current. It was getting very frustrating to watch videos of years gone by. To whom may I address some questions about American’s social security and military retirees? I’m curious about some rumors I have heard about lose of benefits if one lives out of the U.S. for an extended period of time. Thanks for starting this new website. I don’t use social media sites so I can’t give you a thumbs up on their systems, but you get a thumbs up from me anyway.

  2. Hola, Gerald and thanks for commenting. Unlike many sources on the Internet, we date our content and keep it updated. No, you do not lose your benefits by living out of the country. That is simply a rumor. Over 1 million expats from the U.S., Canada and the world live happily in Mexico on Social Security. U.S. Medicare, however, is not available in Mexico.

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