Where should I setup a bank account in Saltillo?
We asked expats in Saltillo what banks they use and there advice about banking. They advised...
"Before retiring in Saltillo, expats should familiarize themselves with the common language, Spanish. It is important to learn the local customs and behaviors, as they may differ from their home country. Expats should also familiarize themselves with the Mexican healthcare system, and consider international health insurance if they are not covered by the local system. Expats should also get to know their local neighborhood and the safety restraints of the city. It is important to consider the cost of living in Saltillo, as well as which utilities and services are available. Lastly, finding suitable housing with the appropriate security measures is paramount for a successful retirement," remarked another expat who made the move to Saltillo, Mexico.
- What should I pack when moving to Saltillo?
- Where should I setup a bank account in Saltillo?
- Will I be able to find a job in Saltillo?
- What is life like in Saltillo?
- What do expats in Saltillo appreciate most about the local culture?
- What do expats find most challenging?
- Is there a lot of crime in Saltillo?
- Is there a lot of diversity? Are people in Saltillo accepting of differences?
- What are the schools in Saltillo like?
- What are healthcare services like in Saltillo?
- What are medical services in Saltillo like?
- Are healthcare and health insurance expensive in Saltillo?
- What are emergency services like in Saltillo?
- Will I need to travel to see a specialist?
- Are common prescription medications available in Saltillo?
- How are local medical facilities in Saltillo?
- As a foreigner living in Saltillo, will I have access to public healthcare? What is it like?
- What have your experiences during the pandemic with the local healthcare system been like?
Where should I setup a bank account in Saltillo?If you live in Saltillo, newcomers to Saltillo would love to hear your answer to this question.