The border city of Tijuana is a growing city very close to San Diego, many people travel to the city for its food, its nightlife, and even for dental services such a the root canal in Tijuana Mexico what many do not know is that many moves to Tijuana for business.
That is why in Tijuana a pilot program will start, consisting of the delivery of 3,000 special visas for foreigners looking to start a business or develop their talent in this border city.
By September of this year, a pilot program will begin in Tijuana, consisting of the delivery of 3,000 special visas for foreigners looking to start a business or develop their talent in this border city.
According to estimates of the Association of Economic and Industrial Development of Tijuana, the agency that drives the project the economic spill that could generate the arrival of international talent reaches 400 million dollars in its first year.
For example, the foreign company places its subsidiary in Tijuana and they hire other companies that are already Mexican, so it is a benefit for them as investors and foreign talent that benefits and also translates into spills for us.
He pointed out that the project was already presented to federal deputies and senators, and with the opinion of migration authorities to refine the details of the characteristics of the visa, as well as the length of stay.
He also explained that the initiative arises as a response to US President Donald Trump’s warnings to reinforce the border and his new policy with which he intends to restrict work visas, to strengthen his workforce with US citizens.
Tijuana has the ability to attract the talent that is rejected in that country and to take advantage of it for the development of the local economy with the creation of new projects.
This scheme seeks to attract professionals from places such as India, China, Pakistan, Germany and countries that can not be accommodated in the United States by the new policies.