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Additional Government Officials Resign Causing Further Application Delays In Mexico City

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At a Glance

The head immigration official and several directors of the National Immigration Institute in Mexico City, who adjudicate immigration applications for the Mexico City branch, have resigned. As a result, employers and foreign nationals should expect processing delays of several additional weeks for new temporary residence visas, permanent residence applications, renewals, post-arrival registrations and corporate registrations filed in Mexico City. The situation

The head immigration official of Mexico City and several other immigration directors, who adjudicate immigration applications for this branch, have resigned. The National Immigration Institute (INM) has not appointed their replacements yet.

Impact

Employers and foreign nationals should expect processing delays of several additional weeks for new temporary residence visas, permanent residence applications, renewals, post-arrival registrations and corporate registrations filed in Mexico City.

Employers and foreign nationals should account for processing delays when planning their trips to Mexico and should continue working with their immigration professional to develop strategies to mitigate the delays.

Background

The Mexico City branch is...

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