Immigration and Work Visas in Mexico
Overview of Service
MexInc has a team of professional who can attend to all immigration needs for both corporate clients and individuals. Immigration law in Mexico can be a complex mash up of practical considerations concerning, the conditions of employment, the applicant’s income, and experience.
Our number one concern is identifying the most practical means to achieving our client’s immigration objectives. MexInc prepares all preliminary paperwork, submits any visa pre-entry authorizations, submits filings to the consulate of applicant’s election, and process all in-country immigration paperwork with local immigration office in order for applicant to receive final residence card.
• Processing of newly issued residence visas
• Processing of newly issued work visas
• Change of employers
• Visa and residency renewals
• Company visa sponsorship registration
• Normalization of immigration status
Types Visas Issued:
• Permanent Residence Visa: Provides the Client with the ability work and reside in Mexico indefinitely. If the Client or employee can demonstrate income of at least 2,400.00 USD per month or accumulated savings of 87,000.00 USD, he or she may apply for this visa.
• Temporary Residence Visa and Work Visa: Provides the Client with the ability work and reside in Mexico with a duration of validity of 1 year, renewable up to 4 years. If the Client or employee can demonstrate income of at least 1,300.00 USD per month. Visa is also available if new company registered and extends a valid job offer to employee, he or she may apply for this visa.
• Temporary Visa Based on Investment: Requires minimum investment of approximately $70,000.00 USD. The company sponsoring the visa also must employ at least 3 Mexicans. Furthermore, the company must provide detailed investment and business plans – or otherwise, evidence of on-going business in Mexico.
• Submission of preliminary visa authorization**
• Employee meets with México Consulate in corresponding city in home country
• Employee arrives in Mexico
• Employee may begin work immediately
• Employee must appear before the immigration office corresponding to location of work to receive official residence card within 10 business days.