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Posted: Tuesday, January 5, 2021. 11:52 am CST.

By BBN Staff: Previously, remote workers entering Mexico for 1 year were allowed to enter as tourists and obtain a 180-day tourist visa, Mexico News Daily reports.

At the end of the visa period, the remote worker could cross a land border to the US, Guatemala or Belize and return back with a new 180-day visa.

Most remote workers would prefer Mexico and several countries have adopted the remote worker visa concept as a way to stimulate the economy.

The Mexican tourism industry is not expected to rebound until 2022 and anyone could apply for the Mexican temporary worker visa now available but it is a long process involving bank statements and lots of paperwork.

The proposal in the article is for the country to provide a new and separate Mexican remote worker visa to facilitate the process for remote workers.

The article noted that the new visa holders would bring needed people and revenue into the country at a time when the needs are enormous.

 

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