Introducing a New Expat Guide to Living in Mexico

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September 17, 2016




The more than 1 million expats who live in Mexico now have a new online place to call home. Expats In Mexico celebrated Mexico’s Independence Day by launching its Expat Guide to Living in Mexico at ExpatsInMexico.com.

Created both for expats currently living in Mexico and aspiring expats who are considering or planning a move to Mexico, The Expat Guide to Living in Mexico provides information, resources and tools that expats can use to help them get the most out of living in Mexico.

“After living in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico for seven years, I wanted to return to my expat roots in the country I love,” said Robert Nelson, co-owner of Expats In Mexico, “and provide the expats who live there, and the many aspiring expats who want to make Mexico their home, with an online magazine dedicated specifically to their needs.”

The Expat Guide to Living in Mexico provides feature articles on a wide range of topics from cost of living to healthcare to many other areas of interest to expats.

“Our new publication is unique in that all of our feature articles are based primarily on interviews with expats living in Mexico,” Nelson said. “We found at MyInternationalAdventure.com that expats love learning about a country from other expats, although we also have feature articles based on interviews with subject experts.”

The Expat Guide to Living in Mexico also has plenty of lively local color provided by expat bloggers who are experts in real estate, culture, lifestyle and legal matters.

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