The New “Anti Money Laundering” Mexican Law.

the new anti money laundering mexican law Today was published the Federal Law for Prevention and Identification of Transactions with Resources from Illicit Means, also known as the “Anti-Money Laundering Law” which shall be in effect in 3 months from now. This new law is a result Read More

New Immigration Rules for Mexico

New Immigration Rules for Mexico The new Migration Law (Ley de Migración) was published on May 25th, 2011. It couldn’t be in effect because this law only managed general concepts and principles about the migration phenomenon in Mexico, the specific procedures where meant to be Read More

Negotiation as an Alternative to Social Problems

Negotiation as an Alternative to Social Problems At the end of last year a religious congregation of women contacted us; they had suffered an invasion of a property purchased by them years ago in which they planned to establish a home for women suffering violence. This congregation Read More

Same-sex Marriages in Quintana Roo Now a Reality

gay and lesbian marriage Today, November 30th, 2011, will be marked as a historic date in the legal and social life of Quintana Roo, as though almost unnoticed and barely mentioned in the media, were held the first two marriages between same sex persons Read More

Economic Stimulus for Mexico, “El Buen Fin”: Mexico’s Black Friday

Economic Stimulus for Mexico, “El Buen Fin”: Mexico’s Black Friday *”El Buen Fin” means “The Good End” in English; “Fin” is a short way to refer to the “Fin de Semana” which means “Week End”, so in a few words when we say in Mexico “Buen Fin” we are whishing Read More

VideoBlog: What is an Ejido? Can Ejido be bought and sold?

What is Ejido? There is a lot of mystery surrounding Mexico’s Ejido land system. This short video by Gustavo Calderón gives a basic overview of the Ejido system. Read More

Foreigners Participating in Public Protests In Mexico

Occupy Protest 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 Read More

Starting a Business in Mexico: Taxes, Immigration and Incorporation

Starting A Business 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. Read More

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

Malix Pek A.C. 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 Read More

Expat Newsletter: Useful information for Expats Living in Mexico

Subscribe to our Expat Newsletter! Our clients expect us to keep them informed on changes in Mexican law having to do with taxes, immigration issues, importation of goods and other issues pertaining to their lives.  We are now offering this Read More