Pros and cons of living in tijuana

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Pros and Cons of Living in Mexico

Summary: Expats in Mexico share some of the pros and cons of living in Mexico. Topics covered include where to live, the bureaucracy, the people and more. Expats in Mexico seem to all agree that you'll have to come down and explore the country to find the perfect place for you! INM on Wikipedia :. You need a lawyer if you don't know how to get your pictures taken or how to walk into a bank and pay the fees. Also most of the documents are in Spanish, and she also knows what they want and how they want it. Well worth her modest fee.

At this point, I have been living in Tijuana for about a year. Initially, I decided to move here to save on living expenses. By now, I feel like I have gotten to know the city well enough to write about living in Tijuana as an American. In this article, I talk the best neighborhoods to live, finding an apartment, costs, the visa, safety, money, and much more. This is a long article.

2. Fresh fruit and vegetables all year around

Are some parts safer than others? Ask any of the nearly 1,, expats if they feel safer in Mexico than in the USA. They will respond with a deafening YES. I lived in Mexico in the 80's. Worked there in the 90's - for the Mexican government and private industry, including Hollywood. I was set to move back in the 's with my wife. Her pet birds could not be imported so we settled on the border.

Another week later, a group of youngsters was assaulted and threatened to be shot two blocks from my home; it was in broad daylight and they were resting in front of the local church. These three events are just the tip of the iceberg; violent crimes are more and more common in Mexico. The fact that crimes are so prevalent in my daily life led me to rethink my living in Mexico. I have spent countless nights planning a return to Europe, a place where I feel much safer, and have had endless conversations with my partner and friends about the pros and cons of living here. In the end, the many things that make this country so amazing won. And if you want something lighter, you can grab a cup of freshly-cut fruit with granola and honey at any time of the day. Delicious, fast, and cheap.


  1. Rhys D. says:

    Expat Safety in Mexico

  2. Rivi R. says:

    Coast guard and border patrol are lurking.

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