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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...
Mazatlan Golden Zone

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...
Forest on the fringe of Guadalajara, Mexico

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...
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How to Get a Credit Card in Mexico

Relocating to a new country comes with financial tasks like moving funds, opening a local bank account and getting a credit card. Like many expats...
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Cost of Living Is the #1 Reason Expats Live in Mexico

Cost of living is the #1 reason expats live in Mexico. Our new Expats In Mexico 2022 Survey reveals that when asked to choose...
Island of Isla Mujeres

Finding the End of Their Rainbow in Isla Mujeres

It all started for Dawn Fleming on the 405 freeway in L.A. in 2003. After years of living the SoCal lifestyle in Orange County,...
Healthcare in Mexico at San Javier Hospital in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

How Good Are Doctors in Mexico?  

As part of an online discussion, I remember telling a woman living in a small town in Illinois, that medical care is most often...
The south shore of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Is Puerto Vallarta the Best Place to Retire in Mexico?

There are many great places to retire in Mexico, as evidenced by the over 1.2 million expats living in cities throughout Mexico. But a...
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Time Is Running Out for U.S. Expats to Think About Medicare and Worldwide Coverage

Open Medicare enrollment began January 1st and will end on March 31st. Time is running out for U.S. expats to think about Medicare and...