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VideoBlog: Foreigners Buying Land in Mexico

Please have a look at Calderón & Asociados new videoblog format. Our first installment is about foreigners purchasing land in Mexico. Enjoy! Or have a look at the video on YouTube!

Permanent Resident: The New “Inmigrado” Visa In Mexican Immigration

This is part three of a series of articles on the Mexican “Ley de Migración” which was published on May 25th, 2011. This piece deals with the classification of PERMANENT RESIDENT and also with the provisional articles of the law that explain how the old migratory...

Foreigners Participating in Public Protests In Mexico

Protests around the globe are spreading rapidly, the Internet and the Social Networks in particular are playing a special role in these public demonstrations, from the Occupy in New York to the Indignant of Madrid, protests seem to be closer and closer to home,...

Starting a Business in Mexico: Taxes, Immigration and Incorporation

So you want to pack up and move to paradise? Before you put your house on the market and start selling off your ski gear, you may want to spend some time investigating your options as to moving to Mexico. Starting a business has worked for thousands of foreigners in...

Pro Bono Work: Malix Pek Dog Shelter & Caritas Quintana Roo

At Calderón & Asociados, we realize the importance of giving back to the community we live in and are committed to helping those in need, be they private individuals or local private assistance organizations.  As part of our services we provide free legal services to...

FM2 or FM3? In Mexico, Temporary Resident visas replace them both…

This is part two of my series on new Mexican Migratory Law; it deals with the figure of TEMPORARY RESIDENT. The previous article dealt with the figure of VISITOR and the following article will deal with the figure of PERMANENT RESIDENT. I would imagine that I will...

The New Tourist Card in Mexican Immigration Law

On May 25th, 2011, Mexico published its new migratory law (Ley de Migración) in response to glaring human rights violations, but as well as the human rights protections, the new law also includes some changes that affect expat foreigners. The current system of FMM’s...

Getting Married in Mexico: Laws, Timetable and the Civil Registry

Thinking of getting married in Mexico? Yes it is possible, however there are many things to know before taking any decision which will help you to make the marriage process a completely out-of-the-box experience By Solomon Freimuth and Gustavo Calderón Getting married...

A Brief History of Adoption in Mexico

Adoption as we know it today has been evolving throughout the ages. Various civilizations have recognized and utilized it. In Mexico, the figure was not clearly regulated until 1917. Unlike other eras, the focus given to adoption today is that which seeks to protect...