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The Air Evacuation Option for Emergency Care in Mexico

For most people considering a move to Mexico, healthcare issues generally are low on their list of priorities, unless they currently have health problems....
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Checking Your Healthcare Options in Mexico

If you are an expat in Mexico or are planning to touchdown there soon, you may be interested in checking your healthcare options in...
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Puerto Vallarta’s Property Girl  

Born and raised in the Vancouver, British Columbia-area, Debbie Baker spent years in law enforcement before heading to Mexico to become Puerto Vallarta’s Property...
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Why Are Digital Nomads Flocking to Mexico?

The global pandemic changed work processes worldwide and remote work became widely accepted. The new ways of working and the rising digital economy have...
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Why You Need a Scouting Trip to Mexico

It’s been your dream to retire in Mexico. You’ve done hours of research. You’ve watched all the YouTube channels and learned about the different...
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Do All Expats in Mexico Need to Get an RFC from SAT by July...

Do all Expats in Mexico need to get an RFC from SAT by July 1? This article provides the background and detail on how...
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More Canadians Are Becoming Permanent Residents of Mexico  

More Canadians are becoming permanent residents of Mexico, and Mazatlán, easily accessible by air or by driving from much of Canada, is becoming the...
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What Are U.S. Medicare Residence Requirements for Expats in Mexico?

We get a lot of questions from expats about U.S. Medicare residency requirements. Do I have to visit the U.S. every 6 months? Can...
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Moving to Mazatlán for the Second Time

Maureen Geraghty sits on the beach in front of her condo, relaxing at the end of another day in proverbial paradise. Watching the sunset...
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Guadalajara Is on Mother Nature’s Doorstep

Many cities in the world end gradually, petering off into suburbs followed, in turn, by a never-ending succession of small towns. Guadalajara, instead, ends...