MEXICO REDUCES DELAYS IN IMMIGRATION PROCESS BY SEVERAL WEEKS

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Mexico’s National Immigration Institute (INM) has significantly reduced immigration backlogs and adjudication times in recent weeks following targeted efforts to address processing delays. Applications for work authorization extensions, which previously had taken between four and six weeks for approval, are now being adjudicated in 1–2 weeks on average. Similarly, the average time frame for issuance of Temporary and Permanent Residence ID cards has dropped from five weeks to 1–3 business days.

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