Funding Pro: Last I checked, you have to apply for a visa from your home country to even consider moving to Mexico. Then you have to meet their income requirements ($2500-$5000/mo USD depending on province) by providing a host of documents including but not limited to tax return. Then you get fingerprinted, undergo extensive background checks, pay a whole bunch of other fees (appx $1,100 for a family of 4), and if approved, you have to do it all over again EVERY year. After four years you can be considered for permanent residency. Bottom line- they only let in productive citizens who meet their standards. If you don't follow these rules, you've committed a felony in Mexico, and can not only be deported, but subject to fines and imprisonment. If a Mexican citizen helps you live in the country illegally, they've also committed a felony and are subject to imprisonment for up to five years. How does Jorge feel about that?