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  • Hello Marco, thanks for all your Good Work. I’m planning to relocate to Mexico from Texas and can use some advice on how and where to get online work. Can you help please?

    • Hi Daniel,

      Thanks for reaching out. I might be able to help, but finding online work is very dependent on your skillset. Have you been working remotely during the pandemic?

  • Why isn’t Thailand on your list of retirement places?

    It’s good that you are updating Mexico because there have been radical changes in tourist permits and residency income requirements since November 2021. It’s much more difficult in both regards now tho there is a temporary special deal for getting quick residency by basically overstaying your tourist permit and buying your way into residency, tentatively in effect until the end of this year.

    Awesome, thorough website!

    • Hi Sophia,

      I loved living in Thailand, but their Thai Elite Visa is ridiculously overpriced in my honest opinion. There are lots of places in SE Asia with similar amenities as Thailand, without the same onerous financial costs. Perhaps when Thailand launches its Digital Nomad Visa the cost/benefit will be more reasonable.

      Cheers,

      Marco

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    Hi, That's me. I'm Marco Sison. I am a survivor of the corporate rat race. I started Nomad FIRE to show you an alternative to the stress and grind of 70-hour weeks to pay off a mortgage, student loans, and countless bills. After getting laid off in 2015, I said screw it all and retired early at 41 years old. I have traveled the last eight years to over 50 countries to show you the best ways to save, invest, and live in amazing countries for 70% less cost than the US. I have been featured in: US News & World Reports, HuffPost, MSN Money, USA Today, ABC Network, Yahoo Finance, Association of MBAs, the iTunes documentary Seeking FIRE, and the Amazon Best-Seller, Abroad: Expats That Thrive . [view press...]

    Hi, That's me. I'm Marco Sison. I am a survivor of the corporate rat race. I started Nomad FIRE to show you an alternative to the stress and grind of 70-hour weeks to pay off a mortgage, student loans, and countless bills. After getting laid off in 2015, I said screw it all and retired early at 41 years old.
    I have traveled the last five years to over 40 countries to show you the best ways to save, invest, and live in amazing countries for 70% less cost than the US.
    I have been featured in: US News & World Reports, Huffington Post, MSN Money, USA Today, ABC Network, Yahoo Finance, Best Life, CW Network, Dr. Wealth, and others. [view press...]

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