Baja California

Working in the United States and living in Mexico is possible through the “Commuter Program”

The “Commuter” program exists, it is a legal option that allows permanent residents to legally live in Tijuana and work in the United States while migratory law.

It is estimated that there are close to 25,000 Mexicans with Permanent Resident Cards, usually known as the “Green Card,” living in Tijuana and crossing the border daily to get to work. The Green Card allows immigrants to work in the United States but also requires them to live in the country, which is why individuals with Green Cards living in Mexico and crossing north every day are not abiding by the law and could be subject to repercussions, such as inadmissibility to the U.S.

Fortunately, the “Commuter” program exists, it is a legal option that allows permanent residents to legally live in Tijuana and work in the United States while migratory law.

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