Mexico: Update on Government Operations Following Earthquake

Governmental agencies, including the National Immigration Institute, are scheduled to reopen on Monday, September 25. Employers and foreign nationals should continue to anticipate delays with immigration processes due to the closure of government offices. Fragomen's Mexico City office re-opened yesterday, September 21.

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Sep 22, 2017
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As a result of this week's earthquake, please note the following developments:

  • Governmental agencies, including the National Immigration Institute, are scheduled to reopen on Monday, September 25.
  • Delays due to the backlog of applications should be expected.
  • All immigration-related legal terms, deadlines and expirations were formally postponed by the Mexican National Immigration Institute in Mexico City, Puebla and Morelos on September 19, and will remain postponed until Monday, September 25.

Fragomen Operations
Fragomen's Mexico City office re-opened yesterday, September 21, after having resolved its circuitry and connectivity issues.  We are pleased to confirm that everyone in the Fragomen family is safe and accounted for. We are closely monitoring the situation and will provide updates as more information becomes available. We hope that you and your loved ones are safe and that you are able to get back to your usual routine as soon as possible.

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