Expat Exchange - Expat Tips for Living in Mexico
CIGNA Expat Health Insurance

Tips for Living in Mexico

Tips from expats and experts about moving to Mexico and living in Mexico.

1 of 4 pages

Submit an Expat Tip
Overseas Retirement

Importing of Vehicles

View/Add Comments (0 Comments) | Add to Favorites (0 Favorites)

Right now, you can import vehicles that are 6 or more years old IF the VIN number starts from 1-5 . That seems to include some BMW and Mercedes SUVs, some toyota trucks etc. But the import duties will be around 1800 bucks. (Continue Reading)

Submitted By

PFOXPFOX
Visas & Work Permits

Working Visas/Permits

View/Add Comments (0 Comments) | Add to Favorites (1 Favorites)

Working-VisasPermits

Since november 2012, new rules are now in place. There is no longer FM3, FM2s etc. Now there is Residente Temporal, and Residente Permanente. A work permit will be given under Residente Temporal. (Continue Reading)

Submitted By

PFOXPFOX
Moving Abroad

What you want to bring

View/Add Comments (0 Comments) | Add to Favorites (3 Favorites)

What-you-want-to-bring-

Some things I recommend that you bring with you: All small electronics, including kindle readers etc, and all digital books you can bring with you. Vacuum cleaners are almost non-existent, (Continue Reading)

Submitted By

PFOXPFOX
Living Overseas

Getting Rid of Ants in Your Home in Mexico

View/Add Comments (0 Comments) | Add to Favorites (1 Favorites)

Ants in your home is a common problem and a tolerated problem in most areas of Mexico. Solution, bring a box of borox detergent with you. (Continue Reading)

Submitted By

TeknerdTeknerd
Expat Finance

Bring US Dollars to Mexico

View/Add Comments (0 Comments) | Add to Favorites (0 Favorites)

If you are visiting or moving to Mexico, bring American cash. Do not exchange it for pesos at any airport as they do not give you the best exchange rate. (Continue Reading)

Submitted By

TeknerdTeknerd
1 of 4 pages

Copyright 1997-2017 Burlingame Interactive, Inc.

Privacy Policy Legal