Dec 30, 2011, 9:13 PM
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New Immigration Rules for Mexico Will NOT Start Jan. 2, 2012
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SEGOB work in developing the Rules of the Migration Act
Mexico, D.F., 27/12/2011
The Interior Ministry reports that it has made a constant work in coordination and consultation with the various agencies of the Federal Public Administration involved in the immigration issue, from the publication of the Migration Act in the Official Journal of the Federation, 25 May 2011, and before the Federal Executive's obligation to issue its regulations.
The integration process and approval of such law is in an advanced stage, so its publication is expected in the coming months.
The Federal Government, through the SEGOB, is determined to develop a regulation properly implements the principles contained in the most important law on migration in the last 70 years in our country.
In the case of civil society organizations related to issues of protection of migrants and human rights, the Interior Ministry implemented a communication mechanism with the aim of collecting and addressing their main concerns about the legal guarantee in the full respect for human rights of migrants, non-criminalization of irregular migration, access to justice and due process, the regular transit country, the worthy accommodation in migrant, regulating the procedures for care of children and young migrants, as well as the identification of victims of crime.
In this regard, it received 132 proposals, which have been analyzed and, in most cases, including in the draft Regulation of the Migration Act.
Although the rights protected by migrants Migration Act are fully guaranteed since its publication, the Federal Government reaffirms its commitment to have a regulation that reflects the principles of the Act and properly regulate immigration procedures.
Directorate-General for Social Communication
(This post was edited by Rolly on Dec 30, 2011, 9:15 PM)