As a way to speed up the foreigners’ migratory procedures in the country, the National Institute of Migration has definitively established the use of the Electronic Multiple Migratory Form (FMME) for those tourists who enter Mexico.
On August 3, 2022, the Ministry of the Interior (SEGOB) published an agreement in the Federation Official Gazette (DOF) by which article 2 of the document is reformed and with which the temporary application of visas in passports is determined to the Federative Republic of Brazil´s nationals in the condition of stay of Visitor without permission to carry out remunerated activities, therefore, Brazilian nationals who intend to enter Mexican territory will no longer be able to process an electronic visa, on the contrary, they must apply for a visa at the Mexican Consulate in their place of residence.
EMS – Employee Mobility Solutions will be attending EuRA Seville 2022 from May 31st to June 3rd.
Recent talks between the U.S. and Venezuelan governments have resulted in the announcement in the media of the lifting of certain sanctions imposed in the past by the U.S. on Venezuelan government officials and state institutions.
This measure, as a Temporary Final Rule (TFL), arises from a context in which USCIS are fiscally and operationally impacted, situations exacerbated by the challenges brought on by the pandemic and an overwhelming increase in Employment Authorization Document (EAD) renewal applications; which also seeks to ensure that eligible noncitizens applicants have the opportunity to maintain their employment and provide crucial support to their families.
ARGENTINA: The government has published the Provision 1064/21 stating the following requirements to enter
• Immigration Electronic Sworn Statement to be filled out within 48hs prior boarding and will require to attach PCR result and vaccination certificate, then PRINT copy of the confirmation e-mail to board a flight (all passengers including children).
The White House announced that it will remove certain restrictions related to the entry of international travelers who are vaccinated against Covid-19, beginning in November. This removal of restrictions includes travelers from the United Kingdom and the European Union.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has announced that starting October 1, 2021, individuals applying for U.S. lawful permanent residence (a green card) must now obtain a Covid vaccine, if eligible, as part of the medical examination requirement.
Argentina Government has published DNU 494/2021 and Official Provision 793/2021 extending local restrictive measures, border restrictions and Entry/Exit requirements until October 1:
Flights: Continues the suspension of flights FROM/TO United Kingdom, Northern Ireland and Africa, and flights from Brazil, Chile and India.