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MEXICO SUSPENDS THE EXEMPTION AGREEMENT FOR BRAZILIAN CITIZENS


As of December 11, 2021, shall enter into force a provision that temporarily suspends the exemption agreement for Brazilian citizens.


The measure determines the requirement of a Mexican visa in standard passports for nationals of the Federative Republic of Brazil for those who travel to the Mexico national territory as a visitor, without authorization to exercise paid activities.


The procedure is carried out by filling out a form called Electronic Authorization, which can be posted free of charge on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the National Institute of Migration website, with due anticipation for travel.


On the other hand, Brazilians traveling to Mexican territory by land or sea, in accordance with the provisions in force, must apply for a complete visa stamp to the Mexican consular authorities.


Brazilian citizens traveling to Mexican territory will not be required to submit an Electronic Authorization form or a Mexican visa, based on the immigration facilitation measures provided for in Article 26 of the Guidelines for Immigration Procedures, amended and published in the Official Gazette of 17 of May 2016, applicable to holders of the following documents:


a) Document proving permanent residence in Canada, United States of America, Japan, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, any of the countries that make up the Schengen Area, as well as member countries of the Pacific Alliance;


b) Valid visa for Canada, United States of America, Japan, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland or any of the countries that make up the Schengen Area.

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