Packing Your Emergency Kit

Naturally protected by Banderas Bay and the surrounding Sierra Madre mountain range, Puerto Vallarta residents are fortunate to have little reason to worry about natural disasters, but preparedness for emergencies is always a good idea. Here is a handy list of emergency supplies you should have on hand in your Puerto Vallarta condo or home, […]

How Do Mexico’s Immigration Laws Affect Expats? Grace Ramirez – tropicasa.com

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico – This is probably one of the most asked about “situations” today in Vallarta by all of our Ex Pats and the immigrating community in our Bay: “How do I get a resident visa?” or “How do I get my expired documents actualized?” or “Now that I have my Permanente Residente status, […]

Immigration and an Accurate Update for all Statuses and Car Importation Regulations

by Grace Ramirez This is probably one of the most asked about “situations” today in Vallarta by all of our Ex Pats and the immigrating community in our Bay: “How do I get a resident visa?” Or “How do I get my expired documents actualized?” Or “Now that I have my Permanente Residente, what do […]

Mexico looks to establish a new record of 26 million visitors

The Secretary of Tourism (Sectur) noted that the tourism industry has achieved its recovery throughout 2010 and expects a growth of 15% in 2011. Notimex DALLAS, December 16.- The Mexican Tourism Secretary, Gloria Guevara Manzo, confirmed today that the tourism industry in Mexico has recovered completely during 2010 and for this reason projects a 15% […]