IMPACT – MEDIUM
Offices of the Instituto Nacional de Migración in Mexico City, Puebla and Morelos remained closed Wednesday, a day after a magnitude 7.1 earthquake struck about 80 miles from Mexico City.
BAL Analysis: Those in need of INM services in Mexico City, Puebla and Morelos should expect processing delays. Companies that have not already done so should take steps to account for the safety of any employees in Mexico. Delays should be expected when traveling in areas hit hard by the quake, including many parts of Mexico City. Those planning on traveling to Mexico should be sure to check with their airline before leaving for the airport. BAL will continue to monitor developments in Mexico, including any additional disruptions to immigration services.
This alert has been provided by the BAL Global Practice group and our network provider located in Mexico. For additional information, please contact your BAL attorney.
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