Legal Rights for Expats in Mexico
The main purpose of this group is to help all the InterNations members get success in their activities.
Our friend the lawyer Rodrigo Soto will tell us about the legal rights that foreigners have in Mexico.
The Basics: The Mexican Constitution states that, unless otherwise stated, foreigners enjoy all the same rights as Mexican citizens. … e.g. These Rights include Rights to public education and medical attention etc . There are also two important exceptions: political activity, and the right to own
To enjoy all the rights recognized by the Political Constitution of the United Mexican States and the international instruments signed by the Mexican State.
Right to Nationality.
Right to freedom of movement.
Right to legal security and due process.
Right to consular assistance.
Right not to non-discrimination.
Right to request asylum.
Right to request recognition of refugee status.
Right to protection of the family unit.
Right to human dignity.
Right not to be criminalized
Right to decent accommodation.
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