Mexico: Changes in Immigration law took effect on Friday October 17th

Posted on October 21, 2014 • Filed under: Mexico, Mexico Travel

October 17, 2014 Update reported….there are a number of big changes in Immigration law (specifically for Mexican Consulates – SEGOB), taking effect today, including a new 10 year visitor’s visa (no permission to work) for family members of a Mexican citizen or of current Residente Temporales and Residente Permanentes:
~ “Visa de Visitante (Larga Duración)“
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The income requirements and savings requirements for qualifying for both Residente Temporal and Residente Permanente have been REDUCED, with an 80% reduction coming in the average savings required to qualify for Residente Temporal, and a 20% reduction in the savings required for Residente Permanente. Note that these changes are reported in the Lineamientos for MEXICAN CONSULATES, but we expect the Mex. Gob. to update the INM Lineamientos to make the two sets of Lineamiento requirements match each other. SEE:

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