By Dania Gordillo, 21 May, 2024

On June 2, 2024, Mexico will hold historic elections, considered the largest the country has ever had. In this electoral process, various federal and local positions will be chosen.

At the federal level, citizens will vote to elect the next President of the Republic, as well as 128 senators and 500 federal deputies. This election will also mark the end of Andr茅s Manuel L贸pez Obrador's term, as he will step down on October 1 due to a political-electoral reform.

By Dania Gordillo, 31 March, 2024

A lynching is an act of violence where a group of people, acting outside established legal frameworks, carries out extrajudicial punishment on an individual or a group of people, allegedly guilty of a crime or considered undesirable by the community. This type of vigilante justice is characterized by not following legal procedures, lacking a fair trial, or the intervention of competent authorities to determine guilt and, if applicable, apply the corresponding sanction.

By Dania Gordillo, 14 March, 2024

Para abordar la evoluci贸n del concepto de familia desde una perspectiva jur铆dica y social, es esencial reconocer c贸mo las definiciones y estructuras familiares han transformado con el tiempo. La familia, como n煤cleo esencial de la sociedad, se ha diversificado para abarcar distintas formas que responden a las realidades contempor谩neas.

**Definici贸n de Familia**

By Dania Gordillo, 14 March, 2024

Starting February 29, 2024, Mexican citizens traveling to Canada face new requirements. If you have a valid Mexican passport and plan to travel by air, you might be eligible for an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) instead of a visa, under certain conditions. To qualify for an eTA, you must use a valid Mexican passport for flying to Canada or transiting through a Canadian airport, your visit must be short-term (usually up to 6 months), and you must have had a Canadian visitor visa in the last 10 years or currently hold a valid U.S. non-immigrant visa.

By Dania Gordillo, 6 February, 2024

Support Centers

Gender and Development A.C.: In addition to providing assistance to mothers and their children, emergency psychological attention is also offered to men who are on the verge of a violent outburst at home through the phone number 55-52-64-20-11
gendes.org.mx

The service is free and operates 24 hours a day; it can be dialed from any point in the Mexican Republic.

Center for Attention to Intrafamily Violence (CAVI)

By Dania Gordillo, 6 February, 2024

Its official name is the Matrimonial Property Agreement, and it is a contract where future spouses decide which regime they will choose and how assets will be managed during their marriage.

There are different types of marital regimes:

Community property: In this regime, the assets of both spouses form a single, common pool. This includes both the assets each one had before getting married and those acquired during the union.

By Dania Gordillo, 6 February, 2024

The Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation (SCJN) is the highest body leading the Federal Judiciary of Mexico (PJF). It serves as the guardian and guarantor of the Mexican Constitution, protecting the fundamental rights of all Mexicans and acting as a mediator in constitutional disputes.

By Dania Gordillo, 6 February, 2024

As an immigration lawyer, it's crucial to understand the different types of visas available in Mexico. In this article, we'll focus on the "Employment Offer Visa Authorization," a key process for those who have received a job offer in the country. Below, we'll detail the necessary requirements to apply for this visa and the steps that must be followed.

Requirements for the Employment Offer Visa Authorization:

By Dania Gordillo, 6 February, 2024

To be able to vote from abroad, it is necessary that you have a valid voting credential. Additionally, you must register in the System before February 20, 2024. During the registration process, you will be able to choose how you prefer to participate in the elections: either electronically, by postal mail, or in person.

By Dania Gordillo, 6 February, 2024

Bullfighting, a practice deeply rooted in Mexico's culture, has been the subject of intense legal and social debates in recent times. The suspension and subsequent resumption of bullfights in Mexico City have highlighted the complexity of balancing cultural traditions with growing awareness of animal welfare.

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