Most foreigners seeking residency in Mexico need to apply from abroad. There are exceptions —commonly 'Family Unit' applications— and this article explains them
Some foreign-issued legal documents need to be Apostilled (Notarized) before you submit them
If you’re in Mexico for the long-haul, you might choose to take your residency status to the next level: Naturalization
How to plan your estate assets so that your wishes have legal force in Mexico
Experience is a precious thing. But with your marriage, you are not likely to get a second chance to benefit from your hard-earned knowledge after the event. So here are six insider tips from a foreigner who married in Mexico about getting it right...