Mexican Immigration Questions Answered by Mazatlan INM Office


Immigration Experts and Expats from Mazatlan submitted a block of questions to their local INM office about the new INM rules. Here is a list of the questions and answers, as provided by the much honored & helpful reader/contributor John Garvin. . . .

The List of Q & A is at Mexican Immigration Questions Answered by San Miguel Allende INM Office

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For questions on Visiting Mexico or Immigrating to Mexico, please see our full master article on the New Immigration Rules for Mexico at:
New Rules and Procedures for Immigration, Visiting, and Staying in Mexico – Nov. 11, 2012
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6 Responses to Mexican Immigration Questions Answered by Mazatlan INM Office

  1. princesanancy2012 says:

    Wow here is an upset for me. When I wanted to read about the SMA question and answer block. I was told I HAD to join WordPress so I did and now they won’t let me see it and give me a message that I am forbidden to coment–which I don’t want to do, I only want to read it.
    Let me know what to do to see this, por favor.

  2. Angela says:

    The same thing happened to me when I clicked on the link in the email. Click on the link above instead.

  3. eljefepdc says:

    Children traveling to Mexico without their parents.
    This law has changed as well. Check out this news story below for details.

    http://www.globalnews.ca/travellers+warned+about+new+rules+affecting+trips+to+mexico/6442761704/story.html

    • yucalandia says:

      Excellent Update. THANKS!
      We have updated our Main article on Immigration to Mexico and Visiting Mexico to describe the exact terms needed for Americans and Canadians to bring minors into Mexico when both parents are not present. Note that because Canada has not signed the Hague Treaty re documents, Canadians need to go through special steps to get their permission letters approved by a Mexican Consulate.
      See our article at: For questions on Visiting Mexico or Immigrating to Mexico, please see our full master article on the New Immigration Rules for Mexico at: New Rules and Procedures for Immigration, Visiting, and Staying in Mexico – Nov. 11, 2012

      Page down to the “Entering Mexico with Children” section for full details.
      Happy Trails,
      steve

  4. sparks says:

    Links are broken …. just go around in circles w/no info

    • yucalandia says:

      Which links?**

      You know that the Mexican Govt. keeps closing some webpages with no re-directs – frequently – so, both Rolly and I have found that links that stop working are a regular thing, and it’s good to have help in tracking and fixing them.
      steve

      **If you’ve followed the dramas around the Mazatlan INM office when this post was written back in 2012, the information that the Mazatlan INM office posted had errors – conflicted with the INM law, and as such, we have only maintained this post for archival purposes. It’s likely time to just kill of this old post that was useful back when INM first issued the Lineamientos under clouds of confusion, but now, we direct you to the current information at our main article on immigration at: https://yucalandia.com/answers-to-common-questions/new-rules-and-procedures-for-immigration-visiting-and-staying-in-mexico/

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