Looking To Move Abroad? Mexico Is Named The Best Country For American Expats

All hail mighty Mexico, the King of Tourism in the post-Covid era, probably the freest country in the world right now in terms of health requirements, and apparently, the best place you could live if you’re an American expat. This shouldn’t come as a surprise considering the number of U.S. citizens who have made Mexico their home, but now it’s official.

Also, is it just us or has moving abroad become more of a palatable idea among Americans in recent years? It is no secret the pandemic has caused a surge in solo travel and digital nomads, but even those who do not necessarily belong to this particular group – married, settled couples and families – are now emigrating from the U.S. and Canada in their droves.]

Currently, there are roughly 8.7 million Americans living abroad, a number that is bound to increase in the years to come, and guess what, a sizable percentage of those are heading just south of the border:
 

Mexico Is The Preferred Destination For American Expats

According to the yearly report by InterNations, an expat community founded in 2007 that has been gathering data on the topic for more than a decade, Mexico is the preferred destination for those moving abroad, including Americans. Topping the Top 10, it beats the likes of Indonesia, Portugal, Vietnam, and even the popular expat hub Thailand.

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