When I moved to Mexico back in 2011 I knew it was the best thing I’ve ever done. After seeing such a downturn happening with my original home in the USA I knew there was a different world out there that gave me freedom to be myself, not having to worry of the constant fear of being hunted down by these foreign agencies such as child support, creditors, the courts believing they have the power to dictate your life and keep you in their prison as a slave.
My mother was from the USA and my father is from Guadalajara Mexico and moved to the states at the age of 12 to get away from the tyranny that bestowed upon them by the tax collectors of Mexico and found freedom in the United States which is understandable back then.
Now the tables have turned and the USA is no longer the greatest country in the world as we once believe. Growing up there I’ve seen way too much corruption and was harshly treated by an elementary school teacher of Penny Camp at the age of six in a posh city I lived in at the time Manhattan Beach, California. It was the most horrifying experience I went through, being smacked in the face and my hair pulled while the teacher Ms Monic shoved coleslaw down my throat in the cafeteria where everyone witnessed it. That memory still haunts me to this day and I question how can any government or school allow this psychotic woman to teach the children especially in an upscale city such as this?
After I arrived home I ran to my mother crying for my life to tell her what had happened! Her eyes 👀 opened wide with the look of a Viking warrior and she drove off and let the principles have it ! I don’t know what happened but she was very upset. Since that frightful moment I truly hated going to school.
Years later we hear of the McMartin Case in the same city of these teachers molesting and rapping the children and using them for their satanic rituals! Unbelievable! https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/McMartin_preschool_trial and the charges against them were dropped.
The best times of my life was when my father drove us all through Mexico when we were very young and we got to see beautiful parts such as Puerto Vallarta, Guadalajara, Mazatlan, Michoacán, La Paz, Ensenada and Cabo San Lucas was our destinations. Those trips were absolutely life changing and I wanted so much to stay in Mexico and never go back to such an evil place. I would actually cry my eyes out every time we left Mexico! I told my parents that one day I will move to Mexico. My father was very tied to his business and he found his freedom in the states like his parents did.
Years later after I suffered a horrible divorce where my ex and his family came after me for child support after keeping my two oldest children away from me while I was visiting my family in California, and I was living with him in North Carolina. This is a whole other story I will write about very soon. After seeing the crookedness that went on from these courts and so forth I had a true awakening. Then after I remarried I had my youngest kids from my second marriage who have been living with me since and are now both bilingual. They are teenagers now and my oldest are both in their mid twenties still living in the states.
I moved my youngest out of the states when they were in kindergarten and first grade. Since then I never looked back. They’ve been to Mexican schools for a couple of years but decided due to us traveling a lot we enrolled them in an online American school called https://Time4learning.com which has been truly a blessing.
We’ve been living here in Cancun Mexico for the past ten years and so happy we made this jump. I remember when my son Hunter was in elementary school for his first semester in kindergarden he was so sick for four months with a flu, constantly getting sick. I got so sick of it. We were living in San Diego then. The principle wanted me to have him vaccinated even after using the religious waiver that it was against our beliefs. Years later after I moved out of there, it became mandatory that every kid attending public school had to have the covid vaccination. I am glad I listened to my intuition years ago and did the right thing. Mexico does not force vaccinations onto the children only through written consent from the parents. I remember my mother telling me years ago, whenever you´re in a cult or society and they tell you what to do and how to do it, its time to leave.
Yes it was a true wake up call for me because after moving to Mexico the freedom I´ve experienced is priceless. No longer do I need to worry about any truancy fines that so many of my students have experienced in the states. There is such a freedom here that many Americans would very much enjoy because that is how the United States of America use to be, the melting pot and the place where freedom of religion was very important and taxes were pretty much non existent. If you wish to learn more about living as a free woman or man on the land in America as a Secured Creditor, check out my other blog https://securedcreditor.blog.
You will find a wealth of info there where I´ve trained my students for thirteen years to take their power back on the private side.
I wish to only focus my attention on Mexico in this blog because those who are sick and tired of living in these harsh strict countries and wish to find a way out where peaceful living is around the corner then look no further!
After I found out that because I am half mexican from my fathers side, I could get citizenship here as well as a second passport which I did immediately. A good friend told me about this and I went to San Bernadino to the Mexican consulate there and got everything taken care of. All I needed was my fathers signature to sign my newly created Mexican birth certificate, and voila! It was done! Yes I had to wait a couple of weeks to receive the certificate, but shortly after I got my Mexican passport. That´s when I truly felt free to be another nationality. Finaly I made plans to move here. Since then, I even made my kids Mexican with their Mexican passports to protect them from the clutches of the USA INC.
After living here for awhile I just can´t imagine going through that all over again in the States. The USA now seems very foreign to me even when I go to visit. True I still feel the kinship with the people there, but hearing about all of these fines, fees and licenses you have to have with all of its draconic rules and regulations, I can´t see how people can actually put up with this. It makes me too claustrophobic. For instance when a cop pulls you over here in Mexico you can actually pay your way out with as little as 200 or 500 pesos which is like $10- $40. If you try to do that with a cop in the usa you can be thrown in jail for that. Here in Mexico we are not scared of the cops like so many Americans are in the USA. Heaven forbid! The Mexican people have way too much power over here. I remember driving down the road of Rosarito Mexico the first time and when I saw a cop with flashing lights, my heart would begin to palpitate, only to find the cop driving past me fast! This reminds me of a few friends we have from Venuzuela, that when they heard motorbikes drive past them while they are driving a car, they would immediately duck for fear of being robbed!!! Sound familiar? Not much of a difference.
I will be posting a lot more on this blog explaining on what you can do to move to Mexico and become a resident. In the Northern Baja area it is known as a free zone where you fill find Tijuana, Rosarito Beach, and Ensenada and you can live there with no permit. You can even drive your American cars in and out of the country if you wish with no permit either. I would start there to get a feel on what its like to live in Mexico. Thats how we started first. We moved to Rosarito and it was pure heaven! Instead of paying $2200 a month rent on a fart box in San Diego we rented a mansion looking home four bedrooms with ocean view for only $900 in a secured neighborhood! I kid you not! That was back in 2011 though. I´m sure the prices have gone up due to the Americans moving there making it their new home. But if you feel alittle adventurous, check out La Paz Mexico which is southern Baja, you will find the rents to be a lot cheaper more affordable but you will need a permit to live there. Even here in Quintana Roo & Yucatan where the quality of living meets American standards and even better! You will find American stores like Pf Changs, Home Depot, ihop, Walmart, Costco, and more here!
You can start with a six months tourist visa and keep renewing it until you really enjoy it. You can apply for Temporary residency where you´ll need to renew every year, which my husband had to do for a few years after he married me. He is now a permanent resident. You can also find a beautiful Senorita, or Senor to marry and you´ll get residency right away which is super easy. If you make anywhere from two to four thousand dollars a month and can show that you make this from your bank, business, or retirement, you can get permanent residency.
If you would like to get started right away and get residency here in the Quintana Roo area where we´re at, I can connect you with my lawyer who can help! Contact me at [email protected] and I´ll be happy to help!