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Does having a USA Visa facilitate the process for the Work Visa to Mexico?

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Daniel Castro

Daniel Castro

Mexico Corporate Law & Immigration

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Does having a USA Visa facilitate the process for the Work Visa to Mexico?

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Absolutely not.

It has become a common belief among expats coming to Mexico that if the USA has granted them a visa, there should be no problem even in skipping steps for obtaining the work visa to Mexico.

At our law firm we clearly understand how annoying it is for the moving-expat to follow the required steps for the work visa, but the Immigration Authority in Mexico is strict and there is a very good reason for that: protecting the expats and their families by assuring that every vital record and steps required will provide a transparent and safe process for their stay in Mexico.

At Castro & Castro Attorneys and Relocation we are confident that providing clarity and the reasons-why for each step makes the process so much smoother and effective for the coming Expats and their families, and we can certainly help.

If you have any questions related on Immigration to Mexico do not hesitate to contact us.

Visit our web page for more information and letís talk about your options for coming to our beautiful country!

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