October 19 2012
On September 28 2012 new regulations for the Immigration Law were published. The new regulations are set to become effective on November 9 2012.
The provisions of the new Immigration Law, published on May 25 2011, will also become effective on November 9 2012.
Documents issued before the entry into force of the new Immigration Law which allow foreigners to stay in Mexico legally (ie, foreigners with non-immigrant (FM3) and immigrant (FM2) status) will be valid until the expiration date of such documents.
With the enactment of the new law, new legal stay conditions will be used in Mexico, as follows:
The new regulations match the migratory characteristics of the General Population Law with the new types of stay, as follows:
For further information on this topic please contact Edgar Mayorga at Goodrich Riquelme y Asociados AC by telephone (+52 55 5533 0040), fax (+52 55 5525 1227) or email (email@example.com).
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