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Mexico, with its official name, the United Mexican States, is located on the North American continent. Mexico shares its borders with the United States of America, along with its territories expanding towards the Pacific Ocean and to the Southeast through Guatemala, Belize, and the Caribbean Sea.


Mexico is the 13th largest and 10th most populous country in the world. Mexico is a developing nation that ranks 74th on the Human Development Index. Nonetheless, it has the world’s 15th-largest nominal GDP and 11th-largest purchasing power parity (PPP) economy, with the United States as its biggest trading partner. Mexico is a regional and intermediate power due to its sizable economy and population, cultural impact, and gradual democratization.

The following are the mainstream immigration programs of Mexico through which foreign nationals can visit, live and work in Mexico and can further pave their path for permanent residence.

Foreign nationals and their family members who wish to settle in Mexico may opt for a Temporary Resident Visa. However, this visa has various subcategories through which the application can be submitted. The categories may include the following purposes:

The default duration for this permit is one year, but the extensions can be received for up to 3 years. Before the expiration of this permit, the temporary residents must apply for permanent residence if they have resided in the country for four years.

Business visas have been allowed to facilitate foreign business people and entrepreneurs operating businesses in Mexico and bring direct foreign investment into the country. Furthermore, a business visa may be issued to foreign investors and businessmen when they need to travel to Mexico to carry out their business activities.
The following permissions are given to people in the business when they arrive in Mexico on this permit:

The permit has a 180-day validity period, and holders can have one or more entries. The maximum duration of each visit is 30 days, though individual circumstances may affect this.

Foreign nationals who wish to reunite with their family members in Mexico must obtain a Temporary or Permanent Resident Visa. This visa serves the same purpose for family reunification.


Depending on a family member’s nationality and relationship with them, the applicants may be granted temporary or permanent residency in Mexico on the grounds of family reunification.

The Global Mobility Department of Direct U.S. Immigration enables motivated foreign nationals to immigrate to Mexico. Whether you want to start your business in Mexico, reunite with your family, or want to immigrate as a skilled worker, we deliver expert supervision and application procedures in all.

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