Category: Border Crossing

Antelope Wells crossing reactivated after 19 months closed

NEW MEXICO - Since November 29, the port of entry at Antelope Wells, New Mexico was reactivated to allow the passage of travelers, according to the Bureau of Customs and Border Protection (CBP) According to CBP information, the port will remain...

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El Paso presented its “Welcome Back” campaign in Chihuahua

EL PASO – After the border reopening for non-essential travel, Visit El Paso presented its “Welcome Back” campaign in Chihuahua city, where some of the strategies that Texas is implementing to welcome the Mexican community were...

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U.S. reopens its borders

MEXICO – The United States reopened its land and air borders to foreign visitors vaccinated against COVID-19, ending 20 months of travel restrictions that separated families, hurt tourism and strained diplomatic ties around the world The ban,...

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Reopening of the border will benefit Juarez

JUAREZ – Mexican consumers and workers are among those who will benefit the most, said Isaac Sanchez, head of the economics laboratory at the Universidad Autonoma de Ciudad Juarez (UACJ) Representatives of the business sector received the news...

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Tamaulipas and BC, the most benefited by the reopening of borders

MEXICO – Thanks to the reopening of the border with the US, Tamaulipas and Baja California would benefit the most due to their direct relationship with consumption in the US and the number of crossings According to Jorge Lera Mejia, researcher...

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U.S. reopens Coahuila-Texas border

CIUDAD ACUÑA – The US Customs and Border Protection (CBP), informed that activities are resuming gradually at the Ciudad Acuña-Del Rio International Bridge The US office detailed that the crossing will be open to passenger vehicles and...

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U.S. extends travel restrictions at Canada, Mexico borders

WASHINGTON –  The United States extended restrictions at its land borders with Canada and Mexico through Oct 21 that bar nonessential travel such as tourism by foreigners despite Ottawa's decision to open its border to vaccinated...

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Reopening of the border with the U.S. will not be until 2022

MEXICO – The minister of Foreign Affairs, Marcelo Ebrard, admitted that the postponement of the opening of the US-Mexico border was due to the increase of COVID-19 infections in our country, although he said he was confident that this would not...

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Goods movement at the border is speeded up

JUAREZ – The arrival of the new head of Customs in Ciudad Juarez accelerated up to 50% the waiting times for the crossing of merchandise at the international bridges, stated Manuel Sotelo, president of the Association of Transporters Sabio...

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U.S. border seeks return of Mexicans

MEXICO – When the COVID-19 pandemic caused the US-Mexico border closure, many retail stores and other businesses on the US side lost customers in 2020, The Wall Street Journal noted While retail, restaurants and other establishments have come...

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