The National Institute for Migration recognized more than 1.1 million actions taken by foreigners in Mexico on International Migrants’ Day

MEXICO CITY, December 19, 2021. – From September 2020 to November 2021, foreigners in Mexico carried out 108 million and 183 immigration actions, for business, work, health, tourism, humanitarian causes and family unification, among others, the National Press Institute reported.

It came before National Institute of Migration (National Institute of Migration), in the framework of the “International Migrants Day”; Recognize the social and cultural contributions of foreigners to the country.

The National Institute of Migration highlighted 204,739 entry procedures that comply with the Immigration Act; They also provided a visa to enter the United States; 64 thousand 707 through a visitor visa without permission to carry out paid activities obtained electronically; 210228 with a US permanent resident card; 43847 with a visa from Canada, Japan, the United Kingdom and the countries that make up the Schengen Area, and 472 with an APEC Business Travel Card (APEC Business Travel Card, ABTC for its English acronym).

The National Institute of Migration also noted that as part of measures to promote temporary employment at the southern border of Mexico, the issuance of 80,865 immigration documents has been promoted for people coming from Mexico. Guatemala Belize: 75 thousand 537 Regional Visitor Cards (TVR), of which 73 thousand 71 thousand are Guatemalans, 676 thousand are Salvadorans, 765 are to Honduras, 25 are foreigners from thirteen countries, 5 thousand 328 Border Working Visitors (TVTF), all Guatemalans .

The National Institute for Migration recognized more than 1.1 million actions taken by foreigners in Mexico on International Migrants’ Day

He finally pointed out that in the above-mentioned period, 504 thousand 325 immigration procedures were resolved in the above-mentioned period, such as issuing residence cards for renewal, exchange, settlement, change of residence status and temporary residence. Permanent resident and visa authorization, both resolved in a positive manner.

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