The Mexican government has announced it will revoke visa-free entry for Brazilian nationals.
Additional Information: In general, visitor visas for Mexico will allow foreign nationals to stay in the country for up to 180 days. More information regarding visitor visas can be found here.
BAL Analysis: Brazilian nationals who do not meet one of the exemptions will face more administrative processes and incur additional costs to travel to Mexico for business and tourism purposes.
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