The amount of people moving down to Mexico from other countries is growing at a good clip The Mexico Real Estate market had been receiving a great quantity of buyers looking to invest into rental properties over the past 4 or 5 years, but this profile seems to be shifting towards non-Mexican buyers who are looking to make a permanent move If you are looking to move here full time and get a job, you will be required to get a Mexican Visa in order to work The resident professional fm3 visa and the resident executive fm3 visa are widely used for these non-Mexican people looking to continue workingAs the requirements require for the other visas listed out in my previous posts, the Inmigration Offices will request:
Resident Professional Visa
a) The application form filled in
b) Your official ID and your FMT card
c) A letter to the Inmigration Offices stating the reasons you wish to live in Mexico full time
d) If you plan to work professionaly and independently, you will need to include a signed, sworned statement atesting to this fact outlining where you plan to work and what you plan to do.
e) A letter from your employer on a letterhead document This document will specify the nature of the work, your renumeration, and where you plan to work
f) Documents from your employer including: Articles of Incorporation, last taxes paid, and proof of registration into the National Registry of Foreign Investment
Mexico Resident Executive
If you are planning on working for a Mexican Entity, then the following docs will be required:
items A thru C listed above, a copy of your job offer (this should list out the position and the name of the entity.) A letterhead document will be required listing out position and location of the employer The same documents requested by the Government for the Resident Professional listed in section F, will also be required for the Resident Executive visa.
Thomas Lloyd graduated from Purdue University Krannert School of Management with a degree in Management/Financial Option Investments. He has been living, investing, and working professionally in Mexico for over 15 years. Active broker and current president of TOPmexicorealestate, you can contact him at (512) 879-6546 or through the company`s web site www.TOPmexicorealestate.com