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longtimelurker
2/6/2018 07:08 EST

I know some people that have gotten work permits as independent contractors. 2 of them are "artists". One started a property management company Lakeside. In my area, there are many young expat families where people get up and go to work everyday.

I don't know how but there is a way.

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RVGRINGO

From: Mexico
2/6/2018 13:35 EST

Expats with Residente Permanente visas may work, with simple notification to INM.

Expats with Residente Temporal visas may not work, unless granted specific permission, for a specific occupation, by INM authorities.

Expats with FMM tourist permits are prohibited from any lucrative activity in Mexico.

There are other FMM categories for qualified proffesionals, technical representatives, students, etc., etc.

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inky313
2/13/2018 23:52 EST

Mr. RV. Does that mean if I do not have a residency visa that if I bought a condo or house I could not rent it out all or in part, because that would be considered
a lucrative activity ?

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