Business Facilitation Program: Application Process
The Business Facilitation Program is designed to facilitate work-related travel between Mexico and the United States. BFP companies and universities should be well-established and financially stable. Employees using the BFP program must be traveling company or university business. Temporary employees may not use the BFP program, but the employees of contractors of the BFP member may, under certain circumstances. BFP members are required to maintain records of employees using the program and to participate in audits every year. Organizations that do not continue to meet BFP requirements or abuse the program in any way will have their membership suspended or terminated.
In order to consider your company or university for the program, we need to know more about your organization and the reasons for your interest in the Business Facilitation Program. Please send us copies of the following:
- The attached questionnaire (PDF - 136KB) filled out completely.
- Copies of other documentation that describes your company or university; for example, annual reports, company brochures, sample letters from American clients, and copies of trade directories which list your firm, list of courses, directories of professors.
- List of Company Authorized Signatory (up to four)
All application materials should be sent via email(firstname.lastname@example.org) to the U.S Embassy, with attention to the Business Facilitation Program.
After we receive your application, it will be reviewed and you may be contacted by consular officials for further discussion, a meeting, or a site visit. Please be patient as we process your application.
Thank you for your interest in becoming a member of our Business Facilitation Program (BFP).