We receive over 1,000 emails a month from readers of the blog asking us various questions about moving to Mexico. Whenever we see the same question being asked by multiple people, we often dedicate a post to the subject. That’s what we’re doing today.
The question that readers keep asking us, in one form or another, is this: Has the political tension between the U.S. and Mexico had a negative impact on how individual Americans are treated in Mexico?
This one is easy to answer…no.
Although no one can deny that President Trump is quite unpopular in Mexico, the negative feelings that many Mexican have for him don’t transfer to individual Americans who either visit or live in Mexico. The people are just as friendly, helpful and inviting as they’ve always been.
We routinely correspond with American expats who live throughout Mexico and they report the same thing.
As far as the Mexicans government is concerned, there haven’t been any changes at all. Resident/work visas are still being granted to Americans who meet the requirements and American tourists can still visit the country for up to 180 days at a time.
Let’s Wrap This Up
My wife and I immigrated to Mexico from the United States when we retired in 2015. The low cost of living and affordable health care brought us to Mexico but one of the reasons why we choose to stay is because of the people. They have been absolutely wonderful to us and we truly feel at home here.
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