DO YOU KNOW WHAT ARE THE REQUIREMENTS TO HIRE A FOREIGNER IN MEXICO?



Hiring foreign individuals to work in Mexican companies or subsidiaries of foreign companies in Mexico, requires complying with a series of procedures before the National Institute of Migration.

At Arrangoiz & Asociados, we advise and support you with this process, which we explain below:

Obtaining an employer certificate: Attend to the National Migration Institute and request an employer certificate for your company, for which you require the following documents: articles of incorporation, proof of address, registration in the Federal Taxpayers Registry Number and a list with the name of the employees, position and nationality. During the employer registration process, you will receive a migration visit to verify that the company exists.

2. Employment offer: Once the employer has been certified, your company may extend a job offer so that a foreigner can come to work in Mexico. To do this, the corresponding form, along with the job offer, must be submitted to the National Migration Institute, on company letterhead, specifying the time that the hiring will last, which is important to determine what type of visa will be authorized.

3.Visa for job offer: Once the INM has approved the job offer, the foreigner may go to any Mexican consulate abroad to carry out the corresponding procedures to obtain a temporary resident visa, in case the job offer exceeds the 180 days. Upon arrival in Mexico, you have 30 days to request the exchange of your visa for your temporary resident card.

4. Obligations of the company before the National Institute of Migration: Companies that have proof of employer, must inform to the National Institute of Migration the following: change of legal representative, change of address and, year after year, file their annual tax return.

Complying with these legal requirements will give you legal certainty and you will avoid unnecessary problems with the immigration authorities.



Hiring foreign individuals to work in Mexican companies or subsidiaries of foreign companies in Mexico, requires complying with a series of procedures before the National Institute of Migration.

At Arrangoiz & Asociados, we advise and support you with this process, which we explain below:

Obtaining an employer certificate: Attend to the National Migration Institute and request an employer certificate for your company, for which you require the following documents: articles of incorporation, proof of address, registration in the Federal Taxpayers Registry Number and a list with the name of the employees, position and nationality. During the employer registration process, you will receive a migration visit to verify that the company exists.

2. Employment offer: Once the employer has been certified, your company may extend a job offer so that a foreigner can come to work in Mexico. To do this, the corresponding form, along with the job offer, must be submitted to the National Migration Institute, on company letterhead, specifying the time that the hiring will last, which is important to determine what type of visa will be authorized.

3.Visa for job offer: Once the INM has approved the job offer, the foreigner may go to any Mexican consulate abroad to carry out the corresponding procedures to obtain a temporary resident visa, in case the job offer exceeds the 180 days. Upon arrival in Mexico, you have 30 days to request the exchange of your visa for your temporary resident card.

4. Obligations of the company before the National Institute of Migration: Companies that have proof of employer, must inform to the National Institute of Migration the following: change of legal representative, change of address and, year after year, file their annual tax return.

Complying with these legal requirements will give you legal certainty and you will avoid unnecessary problems with the immigration authorities.

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