Mexican immigration law does not permit any non-resident worker from engaging in work in Mexico without a valid visa, so compliance with these requirements must be ensured before hiring foreign workers. The foreign national may enter Mexico, typically on a temporary basis, and must holds an authorized visa, although the Mexican immigration authorities have substantial discretion in applying immigration law and regulations. Immigration agents currently have formal authority to carry out an inspection review to request information from foreigners entering Mexico, such as an invitation letter from a Mexican company.
Strong economic growth makes Mexico one of the main destinations for companies interested in expanding their market to Latin America.
If you need a work permit for Mexico, we can manage it for you. At Best Overseas Services we have a team of experts in Mexican immigration regulations, which allows us to process your work and residence visa in 3 to 5 weeks.
If you are traveling to Mexico for tourism or business, you will only need to have your passport in order. In this case you have to keep in mind that your trip to Mexico cannot last more than 180 days. In the event that you are going to carry out any paid activity, or if your trip is for study, then you will need to apply for the relevant visa.
If you wish to be informed of the various solutions and find out which one best suits your needs, do not hesitate to contact us.