As a long-time observer, author, and writer on expat issues, Carol Schmidt has a good history of digging to the bottom of key issues affecting expats in Mexico. Carol has contacted the official in charge of the San Miguel Allende INM office with a series of questions, and she offered us a chance to publish her questions on Mexico’s New Immigration Law and the INM official’s answers. We are grateful for the opportunity to publish the results of Carol’s efforts.
“Apparently we have three or four more months under the current immigration law. What is new is the amount of the fees for the various services for 2012. He also verified that it is legal for those on what are now called tourist permits to leave Mexico and return on a new 180-day permit indefinitely. Tourist permits are going to be called: Visitor with no lucrative activity. But all may change under the new regulations in three or four months. …”
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Full Article at: “Mexican Immigration Rules: January 2, 2012 Update – The Article”
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