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Qualify for a Temporary Residency Visa by Investing in Mexico

Expats looking to invest in business or purchase property in Mexico will want to have their residence visa in order. Typically you will provide documents proving your income and show that you can support yourself while living in Mexico, but if you are an investor or own real estate in Mexico you may already qualify for a Temporary Residency Visa.

Temporary Residency Visa

This visa is designed for foreigners who intend to stay in the country for more than 180 days and up to four years. The temporary resident card will only be granted for one year. After the first year, temporary residents can apply for one, two or three years renewal of the temporary resident card.


The Property Show is a biannual and innovative event geared towards consumers, professionals and investors alike. This event aims to provide investors with valuable knowledge about the latest offerings in real estate and property investment. The Property Show began to be held in 2009 in Toronto Canada. This year the event will take place on Saturday, April 25 at the Hyatt Regency Toronto, Ca. This show offers a wide variety of information and Seminars. Whether the assistants interest lies in resale or new residential homes, condominium or vacation property. If its real estate services or if the public is just looking...

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  Mexico has a complete legal policy on immigration, which is primarily regulated by the Migration Act and the General Population Act, among other laws, affecting both Mexicans and foreigners. In this newsletter, we will focus on explaining the different methods by which foreigners wishing to visit, either for tourism, business, retirement, work, study, or for those seeking permanent residency in Mexico or Mexican citizenship Firstly, we look into the classifications of a foreigner in Mexico: a. Non-immigrant: this is a person who, with the permission from the Ministry of the Interior, enters a country temporarily either as a: (i) tourist; (ii) trans-migrant; (iii)...

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