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When we asked people living in Mexico about club and activities where newcomers can meet others, they responded...

"Basically the same way you meet people everywhere. Volunteering somewhere is a great way as is taking an in-person class, a church, and, of course, expat groups," remarked another expat in Mexico.

"It's really no different that meeting people anywhere, with the exception that Mexicans - in general - are more welcoming. Smile, laugh, wave, learn simple greetings. Breathe..," said a member in Mexico.

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