Jul 5, 2011, 4:04 PM
Post #5 of 5
@richmx2 - Thank you for the very helpful guidance you have provided, especially the UNAM PDF which really does cover what I am looking for. Fantastico.
The link to COMAR helps tremendously too, and it is in English (still working on my Spanish), so even more helpful!
The general info surebought gave - when I searched and searched for a website - came up with nothing as far as results... nothing direct to the source of where one would go, as far as an official government website here.
It does appear, after reviewing the statistics COMAR provides on their site, that on average, over the past ten years, nearly 25% of applicants are granted refugee status (however not sure if Asylum status is included in these figures).
The UNAM literature also states that if one applies for asylum but is not approved, that the Mexican government will likely grant them a different status as an immigrant, reflective of each individual situation. So that is hopeful for anyone looking at asylum or refugee status in Mexico.
The laws here are very interesting to learn about, indeed.
Much appreciated. Gracias!