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Mexico announces agreement with the United States on temporary work, adding 65,000 visas.

The US government has accepted Mexico’s request to substantially increase labor mobility measures in the region and has granted an additional 65,000 H-2B visas for temporary non-agricultural workers. Of these, 20,000 will be awarded to people from Central America and Haiti. In this blog, you’ll get a better understanding of what the Mexico-US Pact: 65,000 temporary work visas announced.

Signing documents | Temporary work visas


Mexico-US Pact: 65,000 Temporary Work Visas Announced

Both governments support international cooperation mechanisms for development, with the mission of providing opportunities directly to the communities of origin of migrants. This proposal represents an innovative advance towards the shared objective of managing orderly, safe, regular, and humane migratory flows.


To access the new program, a person or organization based in the United States must support the petition of the applicant, who will enter that country by air and will be able to apply for employment during the corresponding immigration process.



This collaborative effort advocates for regulated and humanitarian migration, ensuring safety, dignity and opportunities for migrants while benefiting host countries. It emphasizes transparent legal pathways and protection against exploitation and human rights abuses. By offering shelter and assistance to those in need, it meets international obligations and supports social and economic development. The integration of migrants encourages diversity, innovation and cultural exchange, promoting social cohesion and reducing xenophobia.


Furthermore, by promoting international solidarity, it addresses root causes and emphasizes collective action, paving the way for a more compassionate and unified approach to global migration challenges.


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