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Exclusive: Mexico considers tighter entry rules for Venezuelans after U.S. requests – sources

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By Alexandra Ulmer, Dave Graham and Matt Spetalnick SAN FRANCISCO/MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexico is considering setting tougher entry requirements for Venezuelans, partly in response to U.S. requests, after a sharp rise in border arrests of Venezuelans fleeing their homeland, according to three people familiar with the matter. Currently, Venezuelans do not need a visa to enter Mexico as tourists. But as apprehensions of Venezuelan migrants on the U.S.-Mexico border soar, Mexico is looking at making their entry subject to certain criteria, a Mexican official familiar with the government’s inter…

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