Our friend Ryan Purkey, a young digital marketing dynamo, long has had an intuitive understanding of this. In his early 30s, he set himself on a path towards permanent residency in Mexico. And now that he has accomplished that step, he can take his citizenship test at any time.
“It’s a great comfort because I know that no matter what’s going on in the world or in the economy, I can skip the tourist lines and walk straight back into a completely functional life in Mexico, to a home, to a work setup… no questions asked” he recently told us.
Many of you read our recent piece about Mexican real estate and retirement visas and wanted to know more about Mexico. So, we asked Ryan to give us the lowdown on what life is like in his second home, what the permanent residency process consisted of, and about the many benefits of his choice. (Attention, global business travelers: one little-known benefit of Mexican citizenship is the ability to travel visa-free to a number of countries in Asia.)
Read on for more on this month’s Case Study on Life in Mexico’s Baja California Sur region.
But don’t just read it; take action if you haven’t done so and start padding your own Plan B with a second residency.
One of the most critical steps in creating a rock-solid Plan B is to acquire a second residency or citizenship abroad. Our friend Ryan Purkey, a young digital marketing dynamo, long has had an intuitive understanding of this. In his early 30s, he set himself on a path towards permanent residency in Mexico. And now…