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Given the recent migration policies, prevention is the best option. Below you can find alternatives that Mexicans have to preserve, protect and, if necessary, transfer money and assets to their community of origin. This is part of a new initiative "Better be prepared" by the Mexican Consulate.
A strategy from the Mexican Government coordinated by the National Migration Institute aims to offer support to Mexicans who plan to return voluntarily or those who are repatriated. This program offers support services and access to institutions that facilitate their reintegration into the country.
Phone: 01 (55) 5387 2400 ext. 18612
The National Savings Bank and Financial Services (El Banco del Ahorro Nacional y Servicios Financieros o BANSEFI), is a National Credit Society which belongs to the Development Bank of the Mexican Government. Its mission is to promote financial inclusion of the population and access to financial services in adverse conditions. They can help you open a bank account remotely. Learn how to open your bank account from abroad.
From IME’s initiative in 2004 was born "Mi Casa en Mexico" also known as "your home in Mexico". This was created with goal of combining the efforts of different homebuilders and financial intermediaries. With the support from CONAVI and the Federal Mortgage Company (Sociedad Hipotecaria Federal) Mexicans abroad can now purchase a home in Mexico while living abroad. Lean how to buy your home in Mexico from abroad.
The site provides information about entering the education system in Mexico for families who have been living abroad and are returning or could potentially return to the country.
Learn how to enter the Mexican Education system while living abroad
Watch two informative videos about this topic
Then share our social networks and website, means by which constantly inform and share important information for return to Mexico and other programs to support our community.