This is not an easy question as there are many areas to consider, such as finances, medical issues, disposal of goods, packing and much more. Here is a list of helpful videos to help answer your questions and assist with your research:
1. “To Move or Not to Move to Mexico”. Are you toying with the idea or researching To Move or Not to Move to Mexico? This video is a fun resource to help you.
2. “10 Major TIPS before Moving to Mexico” major vital tips to be sure and do before moving to Mexico.
3. “Get Serious about Your Move to Mexico”. This is a very detailed list of tips to consider before moving to Mexico.
4. “Checklist before Move to Mexico”
5. “Retire in Mexico” Cindy Reveals ways to hunt an apartment from afar. Be sure you know who you are sending a deposit to. Know that that property owner is valid by having a local person who you know check.
6. “Packing and Flying to Mexico” How to pack to move to Mexico. How to pack for a more comfortable trip. How to prepare large check in luggage for TSA
7. “Packing to Move to Mexico”. How to decide what to take to Mexico when you relocate to Mexico. Lots of tips and food for thought about your packing list.
8. “Their Tips about Moving to Mexico in 03-2020”
Robin shares very important tips and information about being new expats and preparing for your move. Enjoy with paper and pencil.
Additionally, there are more than useful 400+ YouTube videos that you can explore. We recommend that you take notes of the extremely valuable tips, such as names and telephone numbers that are provided to you for free. You will note that we have playlists that will help you find your answers more quickly at this this link. https://www.youtube.com/retireinmexicochannel
Retire in Mexico, its owners and guests are not immigration professionals. This channel is for information and entertainment purposes only. Neither the owners nor their guests are responsible for how you use the information presented on this YouTube channel or any consequences thereof."
Thank you for your interest in our videos and channel. May your dreams come true in Mexico!
Medical Facilities Bahias de Huatulco, Oaxaca
Mexico’s healthcare is highly advanced and affordable at the same time. Often expats prefer to rely on the private healthcare system. However, Mexico’s public healthcare system is very good too. In the Bahias de Huatulco, there are a number of very good hospitals in the community as well other communities close by.
Here is a list of medical facilities/ hospitals in Huatulco:
1) Centro Médico Santa Cruz
2) Hospital de la Comunidad - Santa María Huatulco
3) Clinica Hospitalaria San Miguel
4) Navy Hospital - Sanatorio Naval de Huatulco
5) Surgical Medical - Medico Quirúrgica Huatulco
6) IMSS General Hospital Subarea 4
Question : Immigration related
Thank you for your question. Unfortunately, we are not able to answer questions one-on-one. Many people, especially from the United States and Canada have immigrated or are in the process of gaining temporary or permanent resident visas in Mexico. Here is a list of helpful videos to answer your questions and assist with your research:
1) Financial Requirements when Applying for Temporary Residency in Mexico | Work Permit in Mexico
2) Border Runs - No Passport - Kids Traveling to Mexico | Q & A Retire in Mexico
3) “Mexican Immigration for Temporary Residence Status Step 1”
Vidda explains her step by step experience about applying for Temporary Residence Status in Mexico at a Mexican Consulate office in the United States. This video also share Vidda’sknowledge about taking her car to Mexico. This is our first Remote Interview so please be understanding as we go through the learning curve about digital interviewing and editing same.
4) “What Is an Apostille Document for Immigration?”
This video shows what an apostille is, the purpose, where to get it, why it can be needed. Also learn about the Spanish translation for an apostille and what to check in your FMM filled out on the airplane
5) “Mexico Immigration Issues”
How we solved name issues, discovered short cuts and money saving ways to get our temporary and permanent resident requirements met for Mexican Immigration.
6) Financial Requirements when Applying for Temporary Residency in Mexico | Work Permit in Mexico
2 options to be able to get temporary residency in Mexico plus learning about getting work permit in Mexico, too.
7) Step by Step How to Apply for Temporary Residency in Mexico
A collection of 9 step by step mini videos explaining the procedure that Diana did as she applied in a Mexican Consulate to qualify for Temporary Residency in Mexico.
8) Safe Options If Your Visas Are Expiring!
How to fix the problem of an expired visitor visa in Mexico. There are safe options.
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Video: Planning Your Apartment Hunt in Mexico | Moving to Mexico
#ApartmentInMexicoResort #DailyLifeInMexico #MovingToMexico Learning how to select the good month for apartment hunting in a Mexican resort town. How to decide the best part of town for your needs in a beach town. The way to create a want list for your house or apartment rental before getting to the town you want to rent in.
“Her Her Rent & Budget in Condo in Mexico | Cost of Living in Mexico
Here is an exciting higher end living in a long term rental condo. Plus, female expat explaining: rent, safety, transportation, social life, eating budget, medical expenses, utility bills, a tour of her condo, ways to fit in and more. Don’t miss this video if you are researching Retire in Mexico. Bahias de Huatulco, Oaxaca
#Rentcondoinmexico #budgettoliveinmexico #retireinemexiconow
Natural/ healthy lifestyle
Question: Natural medicine / Healthy Lifestyle
Thank you for your question(s). Unfortunately, we are not able to answer questions one-on-one. Many people are moving to Mexico because they have heard that living there is much healthier. We would support that theory!! Here is a list of helpful videos to answer your questions and assist with your research:
1. Our Alternative Medicine Doctor in Mexico
2. Top Tips for Good Health in Mexico Part 1
3. Natural Medicine in Mexico
Thank you for your interest in our videos and channel. May your dreams come true in Mexico!
Topic: “Montezuma Revenge”, Sensitive Stomachs and Diarrhea!
“What can I do to avoid getting stomach issues and diarrhea in Mexico? How safe is it to buy fresh vegetables from the market? What do I need to know?”
Fred and Cindy share some helpful tips to answer these questions in the following helpful videos:
“How to Disinfect Produce in Mexico”
“Drinking Water in Mexico | Is it safe to drink water in Mexico?”
Can you drink tap water in Mexico? My tips about drinking, cooking, personal hygiene with water in Mexico as I learned living in Mexico 22 years now 2018.
“Top Tips for Good Health in Mexico Part 1 | Expat Coaching in Mexico”
The top tips practiced by locals for many generations in order to keep healthy in Mexico.
Helpful video: “Avoiding Diarrhea in Mexico | Expat Coaching in Mexico”
After 23 years experience of eating on the side of the road, on ranches, in non touristic beach villages, and hunting yummy antojitos in our area at night - we have gathered 6 culprits to avoid in order to live a happier life without cramps, nausea and diarrhea Retired in Mexico Now. Be sure to ‘share’ this video with your expat and vacationing friends and Mexico Social Media groups. Happy eating! Below are the phrases to memorize in Spanish to use in restaurants to protect yourself from unclean veggies and non purified fruit water.
Question: “Is there fishing? What kinds of fish are there?”
Fishing is great! There are black, blue and striped marlin, sailfish and swordfish that run in high concentration just few miles off the nine Bays. You can land sailfish and marlin at the outskirts of the bays and within merely 2 miles of the beach. View these videos for more information…
“About Fishing in Huatulco, Oaxaca”
“Tilapia Fish in Mexico”
“Catching Mahi-Mahi in Mexico | Retire in Mexico”
And if you would rather buy than actually catch the fish! Watch these videos to see what is available in Huatulco:
“Buying and Cooking Fish in Mexico | Mexican Seafood”
“See 4 types Fresh Fish Delivered on Request”
“Buying Tuna In Mexico | Daily Life in Mexico”,
Week 1: Theme: Before Moving to Mexico
1) 10 Major Tips before Moving to Mexico
o refers to “Money Tips in Mexico"
o refers to “Tiny Home Living for $150”
2) Packing to Move to Mexico
o Refers to “Alebrijes” video
o Refers to “How to Furnish an Apartment”
o Refers to “Complete Shopping Trip to Salina Cruz”
o Refers to “Pine furniture"
o Refers to “Make a Kitchen in 1 Room Home Design"
o Refers to “Cooking on Indoor Electric Grill”
3) Packing and Flying to Mexico
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Tips on How to Study Spanish
There are a variety of ways to learn Spanish on your own without classes and courses.
those who go slow and steady and make consistent progress each week are bound to stick it out to the end. People who try learn Spanish all at once fall short.
◻ Post stickies around the house with Spanish words (eg door – Puerta)
◻ Spend minimum of 30 minutes per day; more time is better but mix up the tupe of learning (a little listening, a little reading, etc)
◻ Find a Spanish speaker who is willing to speak with you at least once a week (use WhatsApp video chat) – language exchange
o “let’s spend the first 30 minutes speaking in English and the next 30 minutes speaking in Spanish.”
◻ Use Flashcards are the perfect way to learn vocabulary. There are several very good flashcard apps that you can use right from your cell phone.
o Anki Flashcards – Study Languages & Vocabulary
◻ Listen to Spanish podcasts – available at all levels
o “Coffee Break Spanish” – Beginner and Intermediate
o “Notes in Spanish” – Intermediate & Advanced
◻ Read in Spanish on line
o Duolingo Stories
o Practical Spanish – Readings
o Read Spanish children’s books (from the library)
o Spanish/English Bible
◻ Listen to Spanish music
o (free version of Spotify has Spanish;
o YouTube has Spanish music often with lyrics)
◻ Write in Spanish
o Find a Spanish person to text with
o Write a paragraph everyday using the new vocabulary you learned from your flashcards or reading
◻ Watch Spanish/ English TV with subtitles
◻ Watch online Spanish shows
o Destinos - this video instructional series for adult learners teaches Spanish speaking and listening skills “Annenberg Learning” Site
◻ Learn from YouTube Spanish Classes
Spanish For Beginners | Spanish 101 – 20 absolute beginner lessons
◻ Improve your Speaking using “Spanish with Paul” on YouTube – repetitive but it works…
◻ Use free animated Spanish Lessons from an American Expat living in the Rivera Paul. Very practical
created for native English speakers with little or no Spanish speaking ability who relocate to Mexico.
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Retire in Mexico, its owners and guests are not immigration professionals. This channel is for information and entertainment purposes only. Neither the owners nor their guests are responsible for how you use the information presented on this You Tube channel or any consequences thereof.”