So, you’re thinking about moving to Mexico? Good for you. It’s exciting to plan your adventure and even more exciting to live it. Some questions to ask yourself:
What will you do for medical insurance?
Will you be bringing your vehicle and pets?
Are you allowed to own property in Mexico?
How do you handle paying utilities?
Can you transfer money online easily?
How long can you stay?
Will you have to pay taxes?
Do you have enough money to live there?
And it’s a big country – living in Cancun is nothing like living in Cabo. The Move to Mexico Bible takes a look at 33 different cities and towns – from Ensenada to Tulum – exploring variables from expat population to climate and conveniences.
This book will also walk you through the legal process for obtaining your residency visa and will give you invaluable advice about health care, household help, communications, real estate and other topics of interest.
Sonia Diaz & Beverley Wood share their decades of acquired knowledge and personal on-the-ground experience in The Move to Mexico Bible.
Make your move to Mexico with confidence and ease using the information in this book. Available at Amazon October 1, 2018.
Just who are the authors and what qualifies them?
Sonia Diaz has been consulting on immigration and relocation projects in Mexico for almost a decade and has processed thousands of applications and other submissions for services and permits. She has offices in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico City and Puerto Vallarta with services available in all of Mexico. She runs the highly popular website, www.SoniaDiaz.mx with helpful information for those who wish to come to Mexico. Her intent is to inform, to be concise and accurate. A Mexican national, all of Sonia’s information is based on extensive experience and her English is impeccable. Sonia offers a range of consulting services designed to help you make your life in Mexico easier.
A Canadian expat and affirmed wanderer, Beverley Wood is a producer, consultant, and author who has explored and written about popular locations in Mexico since 2003. After living in assorted states and cities in Mexico, she settled on Cuernavaca as her Mexican base, just 50 miles south of Mexico City. Having gone through the immigration process herself and having wandered through much of Mexico, she has lots of first-person advice (and opinions) to share. She also consults on relocation to Mexico for select clients.
Between the two of them, they’ve got you covered.
If you have questions when you’re finished reading the book, just click here and they will be delighted to try to answer them for you.
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