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Ellie Harris

Jun 6, 2002, 10:51 AM

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Inmigrado Status

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I have recently recieved my Inmigrado status. Does anyone have an English translation of the appropriate governing laws. Articles 55,56,65 y 194



Jim in Cancun

Jun 6, 2002, 11:40 AM

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"Articles 55,56,65 y 194 " of WHAT? A link to...

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DavidMTY

Jun 7, 2002, 11:20 PM

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Here is the translation of the articles you requested...

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...and they are not in the Constitution:)<p>55-The Inmigrado can earn a living any way he wants, with the limitations set by the Secretaria de Gobernacion, according to the rules of the Population Law and all the rest of the applicable dispositions.<p>
56- The inmigrado can leave and enter the country freely, but if he stays out of the country for more than three consecutive years, he will lose his migratoory status, which will also hapen if he were to be absent from the country for a total of 5 years in a total of 10 years. The periods of ten years begin with the date of the Declatoria de Inmigrado and are of the form and in the terms of the Rules of this Population law.<p>65-Foreigners registered are required to inform the Registro Nacional de Extranjeros, of their changes in migratory status, nationality, maritial status, domicile, and employment activities, within 30 days of the change.<p>
114- The Inmigrado is subjectto the following:<p>I.The limitations on his work activities will be set by the Secretaria de Gobernacion in the official response and in the migratory document that accredits his migratory status, or at any time through general agreements with Segob.<p>The inmigrado will not have any restriction at all for realizing investments, except for those set by other legal orders.<p>II.En caso de perder la calidad de Inmigrado en los supuestos señalados en el artículo 56 de la Ley, el extranjero deberá regularizar su situación migratoria si desea permanecer en el país.
In case one loses the Inmigrado status due to what is set forth in article 56 of the General Population Law, the foreigner must legalize his migratory situation if he wishes to remain in the country.<p>III.No se computará como ausencia para los efectos del artículo 56 de la Ley, el tiempo que se encuentre fuera del país al Inmigrado que demuestre que realiza estudios de postgrado en el extranjero, respaldado por una institución mexicana de educación superior o cuando trabaje para una subsidiaria de una empresa mexicana en el exterior, o cuando a juicio de la Secretaría exista causa justificada.
III. Absences will not be computed for the effects of article 56 of the General Population Law when the foreigner demonstrates that is is out of the country to do post-graduate work, supported by a mexican institution, or when he is on business working for a mexican company's foreign subsidiary, or whenever the Secretaria of Gobernacion in its judgement feels like not counting the days.<p>Welcome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Best...David(MTY)<p><p>
: I have recently recieved my Inmigrado status. Does anyone have an English translation of the appropriate governing laws. Articles 55,56,65 y 194<p>
 
 
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