If you need assistance exchanging your residency visa sticker for a residency card when you get to Mexico, our associates can help
The way visitors are admitted to Mexico is changing in regard to the amount of time granted to stay under auspice of a visitor permit (FMM)
When you need assistance and practical support with a Mexico residency permit application, renewal, exchange, or troubleshooting—our associates can help
Most applications for residency in Mexico begin at a Mexican consulate. Some documents might need to be 'apostilled'; this article describes the requirements
This free eBook is a comprehensive guide to living & retirement in Mexico that helps you weave together the components for a fruitful lifestyle here
When you're applying for residency in Mexico, you will need to take typical time scales into account for processing your visa and residency card
The most frequently-asked questions (and answers) about applying for residency in Mexico based on 'economic solvency'—using income or savings/investments
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The RFC is a registration number issued by Mexico’s tax collection agency, SAT. This FAQ describes what it is, how it’s used, and how to apply for it
When your Mexico residency application is granted, a visa sticker is placed in your passport. This sticker needs to be exchanged for a residency card in Mexico.
This article describes the financial criteria required to qualify for legal residency in Mexico under the auspice of 'economic solvency'
Whether you apply for temporary or permanent residency in Mexico will likely depend on your lifestyle intentions and your level of income or savings