186.2% increase in entries of people with US visas to Mexico during January-December 2022
Mexico.- The Ministry of the Interior, through the Immigration Policy, Registration and Persons Identity Unit (UPMRIP), updated the document 'Impact of migratory facilitation measures for the entry into Mexico of foreigners who require a visa', the which systematizes the measures to expedite the air migration flows of those who wish to enter the country regularly.
These actions allow foreigners who require a visa to enter Mexico without being bearers of this document, as long as they have any of the following documents: Electronic Authorization System (SAE) for tourists, business people and visitors without a paid activity permit from Russia, Ukraine and Turkey; Permanent residence card for foreign population residing in the United States, Canada, Japan, Schengen area; members of the Pacific Alliance and Travel Card for Business Persons (ABTC).
The document highlights an increase of 186.2 percent in the income of the population that used the United States visa, 408,808, compared to the same period in 2021 that registered 142,847 events.
In addition, it reflects the number of events from January-December 2022; the total number of air tickets of foreigners who entered Mexico amounted to 20 million 601 thousand 074, which means an increase of 46.3 percent compared to the same period of the year. previous one that was 14 million 082 thousand 623.
Of these, 1,372,365 foreigners required a visa to enter the country and used some migratory facilitation measure, a growth of 123 percent compared to the same period in 2021, where the number of events was 615,419.
During the same period, Brazilian nationals registered the largest flow with 285,972 events.
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