Is it dangerous for Americans to go to Mexico?
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Americans were in favor in going to war with Mexico so that Texascould be annexed. The war began in 1846.
If you want to move between both countries with no problems on any side of the border, yo need at the very least a passport. If you mean if is it possible for you enter into …Mexico to apprehend someone, you can't; the Mexican authorities are the only allowed to do that. Besides, bounty hunting is illegal in Mexico and you can face up to 30 years in jail in a Mexican prison See what happened to Duane "Dog" Chapman when trying to do that in Mexico: http:/en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Duane_Chapman He barely escaped prison based on his good relations with US law enforcement authorities. However, unless you have the same "connections", you are SOL.
Cheap land provided by the Mexican government.
Polk said we had to go to war because U.S. forces had been attacked on the Rio Grande. Some said we provoked Mexico into war.
It is cheap, relatively safe and people are warm and friendly, even towards Americans.
Because there is an economic embargo carried out by the US government, including freedom of movement: there are no flights or ships from any US city into Cuba.
Technically no; you are supposed to change your dollars into pesos. However, many shops along the border will accept dollars. Ask first.
Of course. They have however, been integrated into the general population as Mexico has traditionally allowed for interracial marriages. See related questions section about… Afro-Mexicans
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It depends. Northern Mexico and its border cities are very dangerous and is not recommended to visit them for whatever reason. Such cities include Juarez, Matamoros, Nuevo Lar…edo, Chihuahua or Reynosa. On the other hand, central and southern Mexico, including its resort cities are pretty safe to visit. Some examples include Queretaro, Guanajuato, Pachuca and Mexico City on the mainland and Los Cabos, Puerto Vallarta, Cancun, Cozumel and the Mayan Riviera on the coast.
It doesn't. Stores, shops and businesses cannot accept dollars as form of payment.
More than 20 million international tourists visit Mexico each year. From them, more than 80% are from the United States.
The majority of the 22.67 million tourists that visit Mexico eachyear have American passport.
Monterrey has had its own share of violence due to the war ondrugs. It however, has lowered its murder rate from previous yearsand nowadays it is as safe as say, Milwaukee, or… Oklahoma City inthe United States. The statistic used is the murder rate, or murders and non-negligentmanslaughters per 100,000 people, throughout a year. In the case ofMonterrey the murder rate is 14.5 (2013). This puts the city assafe as other cities such as Milwaukee (15.2) or Oklahoma City(14.3), which are in turn much smaller cities than Monterrey: 0.59and 0.595 million vs. 1.1 million (city proper only).
Overall, Mexico is quite dangerous for American/European standards, but it is much safer than most of the third world. Also, crime is limited to regions that are ports of entr…y and distribution of drugs into the United States. The best way to measure how dangerous a region is, is the homicide rate , or intentional homicides per 100,000 inhabitants. While the US has an overall rate of 3.9, Mexico has a rate of 15.7, which puts Mexico as safer than say, Brazil (24.6) or South Africa (33), but more dangerous that either Costa Rica (10) or Russia (9.5). Even then, crime is not homogeneous. Some regions within Mexico are extremely dangerous, such as the southern state of Guerrero, with a homicide rate of 67; its most important city, the beachside resort of Acapulco, has a homicide rate of 104.73, setting this region as equally as dangerous as say, ISIS-infested countries. On the other hand, there are places safer than most of the developing world, such as say, Aguascalientes or Yucatan (3 homicides per 100,000 inhabitants).