IMPACT – MEDIUM
What is the change? The Mexico City regional office of the National Migration Institute (INM) is applying stricter policies toward foreign nationals who are renewing their residence, changing their address and employer, and completing certain local registration requirements.
What does the change mean? Applicants in Mexico City should anticipate having to submit additional documentary evidence to support certain applications.
BAL Analysis: The INM office in Mexico City underwent a major personnel shakeup in March, leading to changes in immigration procedures and resulting in delays. Employers and expatriate employees and family members in Mexico City should factor in additional time to prepare the additional documents and should also anticipate that more changes could come following the presidential election on July 1.
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