Our expat team on the ground is from the US, Canada, Australia, the UK, and Europe. Let us help you relocate to Mexico!

As we now call Mexico home, we want to help you achieve your dream life by helping you relocate with ease and hassle-free!

Mexico Relocation Services

Mexico Lawyer Consult

Move to Mexico Consult

Don’t know what you need yet? Get on a call and find out what other services we offer. We can do ANYTHING, including wifi home help, property management, furniture buying, etc.

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Buying Property in Mexico

Whether buying or renting, our realtors and agents are thoroughly screened to help you find a home in Mexico.

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Mexico Residency Visa

Our certified Mexican lawyer can help you arrange your residency visa. Just pay a fee, and she will take care of everything!

Meet your relocation expert

Trisha moved to Mexico in 2018 with the hopes of backpacking for 6 months. Fast forward to 2020, she obtained a 4-year residency visa and Mexico and decided to stay. She has lived in Sayulita, Mexico City, Guadalajara, Puerto Vallarta, and now calls Cabo San Lucas and Baja California Sur her home.

Trisha Velarmino is an award-winning journalist who produced TV and radio shows for media outlets like CNN and BBC. Together with her team, Trisha has helped over 5,000 immigrants from different nationalities to relocate to Mexico with honest and transparent advice.

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“Trisha helped us look for a rental home in Sayulita and we still live in the same house after 6 months! She is very well connected in this town and has immensely helped me and my family move to Mexico. She even helped us all (a household of 5) to process our residency visas. These guys are legit and are highly recommended!”
Scott Olmo, Toronto (Canada)
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“We are glad to have found this Mexico relocation service. They connected us with a great lawyer without even asking for a fee. In the end, we availed of their full relocation service since they are very good at what they do. Truly impressed with everyone, especially with your language skills. Thank you, all!”
James Picton, Melbourne (Australia)
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“We have successfully moved to La Paz with our kids through Trisha’s 1-1 consult. She has helped us a lot from crossing the borders to Tijuana, traveling with our dogs, and completing our family visas. Really recommended and top first class service! Muchas gracias!
Elaine Martin, Los Angeles (USA)
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Why choose our Mexico relocation services

  • Native English and Spanish speakers
  • Honest and reputable Mexico relocation experts with public profiles on the web
  • Vast contacts of landlords all over the country
  • Trusted lawyer contacts to process your visa
  • Honest, transparent, and local tips
  • Simple prices and no hidden charges
  • We live in Mexico!

Get started with your Mexico relocation!


Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, U.S. citizens can move to Mexico. However, you’ll need the appropriate visa, such as a temporary resident visa or permanent resident visa, depending on the length and purpose of your stay.

Americans move to Mexico for various reasons including lower cost of living, better weather, and a change in lifestyle. Some are attracted to the country’s rich culture and history, while others move for work or retirement opportunities.

To move to Mexico, you’ll typically need to apply for a visa. Temporary Resident Visas are good for one year and can be renewed, while Permanent Resident Visas are indefinite. Requirements may include proof of income, a clean criminal record, and a valid passport. Each visa type has its own specific requirements, so it’s best to consult the Mexican consulate.

Before moving to Mexico, it’s helpful to know that:

  • Spanish proficiency is important for easier integration.
  • The cost of living varies greatly depending on location.
  • Health care is generally cheaper, but quality may vary.
  • Cultural differences can be significant.

Cons of moving to Mexico may include:

  • Safety concerns in certain areas.
  • Potential language barriers.
  • Differences in legal systems and bureaucracy.
  • Limited access to certain goods and services.

Yes, many U.S. citizens retire in Mexico. Retirees typically apply for a Temporary Resident Visa, which can be renewed annually. They must usually show proof of stable income or substantial savings to qualify.

Many American retirees choose popular destinations like San Miguel de Allende, Lake Chapala, Puerto Vallarta, and the Riviera Maya region, which includes cities like Playa del Carmen and Tulum. These areas offer expat communities, warm climates, and a range of amenities.