How You Can Protect Yourself When Purchasing a Timeshare in Mexico

How You Can Protect Yourself When Purchasing a Timeshare in Mexico

If you’re considering purchasing a timeshare in Mexico, there are a few different issues that you will need to take into consideration. Even though Mexican law protects those who purchase timeshares by offering the right to cancel one of these contracts, this...
Administrative Litigation in Mexico

Administrative Litigation in Mexico

With today’s world quickly changing, companies and individuals alike will require additional and experienced legal counsel in order to help with anticipating all sorts of changes and quickly reacting to many new rulings and rules. Many firms will take the time...
Trade With Mexico May Change Under New Deal

Trade With Mexico May Change Under New Deal

Mexico’s Senate recently voted by a wide majority to ratify a new free trade agreement with both the United States and Canada, officially becoming the first of the three to obtain legislative approval. If passed by all three countries, it will replace NAFTA in...
Start a Business in Mexico from the U.S.

Start a Business in Mexico from the U.S.

There are many different options available for overseas companies to conduct business in Mexico, which range from the least involved to a fully committed and active presence. Fortunately for the aspiring entrepreneur, there are many different options for a foreign...
Do I Need a Lawyer to Translate my Documents?

Do I Need a Lawyer to Translate my Documents?

Certifying public documents for official use requires Apostille services. It is the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) that lays out the rules for public documents in languages other than English. The USCIS mandates that all foreign language...
How Do Family-Sponsored Green Cards Work?

How Do Family-Sponsored Green Cards Work?

  Both United States and lawful permanent residents (LPRs) are capable of sponsoring a family member to immigrate to the United States. Family-based visas currently account for the majority of visas for immigrants entering the United States, usually with a visa...