Mexico City - Post Report Question and Answers

What brought you to this city (e.g. diplomatic mission, business, NGO, teaching, retirement, etc.)?

Diplomatic mission. - May 2020


Diplomatic Mission. - Apr 2019


Diplomatic mission. - Apr 2019


Diplomatic mission. - Jun 2018


U.S. government. - May 2017


Working at the U.S. Embassy. - Sep 2016


Being an Eligible Family Member (EFM). And curiosity, of course. - Jun 2016


Diplomatic transfer. - May 2016


Government. - May 2016


U.S. Government. - May 2016


U.S. Foreign Service. - Oct 2014


USG - Embassy. - Aug 2014


U.S. Embassy. - Apr 2014


I am a tag along wife of an U.S. Embassy employee. - Mar 2014


Diplomat working for U.S. Embassy. - Dec 2013


US Embassy. - Jul 2013


(The contributor works for the U.S. Government and has been living in Mexico City for 18 months, a second expat experience.) - Jan 2013


(The contributor is a diplomat with the Canadian Embassy who has been living in Mexico City for three years, a first experience as a diplomat.) - Jan 2013


Government's orders - end of tour. - May 2012


government - Apr 2011


Spouse of U.S. Embassy employee. - Apr 2010


US Embassy. - Feb 2010


Work at U.S. Embassy - Jan 2010


State Department. - Mar 2009


This is my husband"s second job transfer with this city. - Nov 2008


Government spouse. - Oct 2008


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