Mexico is the Americas’ fifth largest country, bordering the United States to the north. Mexico is transforming from a small economy to one that is open and diverse, with well-developed infrastructure in transportation, logistics, automotive, and real estate. The country’s automobile industry is well-known around the world. Mexico provides a relatively stable and secure economic environment for foreign businesses.
It has a sizable internal market as well as a vast network of free trade agreements (FTAs) Foreign investment in Mexico is governed by the Foreign Investment Law of 1993. Foreign investors are treated the same as domestic investors in terms of legal protection, and they are allowed to invest in almost any type of economic activity in the country.
$100,000 (Mexico residency)
$200,000 (Mexico golden visa and passport within 3 months)
- Business activities
- Real estate purchase
Temporary residence visa / Business visa (single/multiple entries)
After 4 years
After 5 years of living naturalizing