Mexico does not market its retiree benefits as a selling point for moving to Mexico—but there are certain benefits that retiree expats can take advantage of. If you have a valid residence visa for Mexico, you can:

  • Get a senior citizen’s card once you’re 60 years old through INAPAM, Mexico’s national senior citizens’ organization.

With an INAPAM card from your Mexican state government, you can get discounts off a variety of goods and services, including medical care and devices; airline and bus tickets; entrance fees to concerts, museums, and archaeological sites; and even get a discount on your property taxes.

  • With a temporary residence visa you can bring your foreign-plated car to Mexico and keep it here. If you switch to a permanent visa you’ll need to get a Mexican-plated car.
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