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New York : Rose McGowan obtains Mexican residency so as not to return to the United States.

New York :

Rose McGowan obtains Mexican residency so as not to return to the United States.

Alyssa Milano and Rose McGowan.

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Rose mcgowan, actress known for starring in the series’Charmed‘, decided to give a profound turn to his life and part of that change was to give up living in the United States and move, permanently, to Mexico.

Through an interview at Youtube, for the program ‘The Dab Roast‘, the actress confessed that she already obtained her Mexican residence after completing the corresponding procedures in the Secretary of Foreign Relations.

“I just received my permanent residency card from Mexico and I am very grateful to have it,” Rose said.

It was at the beginning of 2020 that McGowan specifically moved to Tulum, Quintana Roo, where he now lives peacefully as he has been documenting on his social networks.

“I am very fortunate to have found a quiet place to heal. Long live Mexico! ”, He shared through Instagram where he appears with his pets.

Even, highlights how inexpensive living in southern Mexico is compared to the United States, when he recalled that for health services in the North American country he would have had to pay around $ 10,000, while in Mexico he only paid $ 250 after a hospitalization for a fracture in his arm.

Also, during the same conversation, revealed that he has no intention of returning to the US.: “I knew things would get very bad in the United States and I had a moment to decide where I wanted to be,” which means that he wants to live in Mexico for many years.

The truth is that, due to the cultural diversity and warmth of its inhabitants, Mexico is usually the perfect place to vacation and even to live, as McGowan has decided to adopt the country as his new home.

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