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Points to consider when choosing a litigation attorney in Mexico

Investing in Mexico is an attractive proposition and nine times out of ten it is a very positive experience, however there may be occasions when you need the help and advice of local legal experts who can protect your interests and be with you all the way during any kind of legal dispute. When you find yourself involved in such a dispute it’s good to know that you have someone competent to represent you. You need an experienced, ethical, and reliable lawyer that you can trust. This is where MexLaw comes into action with our litigation team. Our lawyers will...

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MexLaw’s legal services are now available in Los Cabos

MexLaw is pleased to announce the opening of our new office in Los Cabos, a favored location with both tourists and real estate investors from the United States and Canada. The colonial town of San Jose del Cabo, the modern tourist resort of Cabo San Lucas and the 20-mile tourist corridor that connects them, offer multiple and varied options for real estate investment. MexLaw is a reputable and well-established international law firm, and our team of legal experts in Los Cabos offer you a combination of the experience we have gained over the years in the Riviera Maya, Mexico’s Pacific...

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How the COVID-19 Pandemic Changed the Way We Work

While working remotely has been commonplace in some countries, the COVID-19 pandemic saw workers across the globe working from home in unprecedented numbers. And while the pandemic has been devastating for millions, it has also created opportunities for improving the way we work and live. Let’s take a look at just a few of these benefits. Benefits of Remote Work - Shorter commute times: Depending on where you live, your commute may have consumed a few hours of your day - every day! Remote work means no commute. No commute means less wear and tear on your car, less money spent on...

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2021 Financial Requirements for Temporary and Permanent Residency in Mexico

Each year, Mexico increases the financial requirements to obtain either temporary or permanent residency. We have outlined the most commonly asked about residency types and this year’s financial requirements. How is the requirement calculated? There are two different ways that Mexican Consulates and Mexican Immigration offices may determine the financial requirements for residency. Note: Each consulate and office are different. Before you schedule your appointment with your local Mexican Consulate, you should always check the requirements on their website. ✓ Based on the Mexican daily minimum wage ($141.70MXN). OR ✓ Based on the daily UMA (Unidad de Medida y Actualización) rate ($89.62MXN). UMA...

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Renewing Your U.S. Passport While Living Abroad

If you are a U.S. Citizen living abroad, you may need to have your passport renewed. The good news is that you do not need to return to the U.S. to do this. The bad news is that, unlike in the U.S., you will have to request the new passport in person. But, don’t worry, the process is very easy, and the staff at the U.S. Embassy, U.S. Consular Generals, and U.S. Consular Agents make renewing your adult 10-year passport relatively pain free. Please note: While the U.S. Embassy, Consular Generals, and Consular Agents are slowly beginning to resume normal operations...

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