North Carolina, Raleigh – For those who live in the United States, the National Workers’ Housing Fund Institute (Infonavit) has developed the Infonavit Fronteras program, which allows all migrants who own a home in Mexico with Infonavit credit.
This also applies if the person who lives in the United States is not a credit holder, that is, if you are an immigrant, you can help pay the credit of a family member, your partner, or a third party, who lives. in Mexico, if you so choose.
The program has a very important advantage for the workers, which is that Infonavit takes the cost of the commission to send the resources to Mexico.
To access the program, you must log in to your account Information to review your credit balance, as well as having the following requirements:
- official recognition
- Proof of legal income
- Proof of at least one year of service
- Verify that you have lived at the same address in the United States for at least six months
- Have a relative or legal representative in Mexico
How can I pay my credit from the United States?
You must go to any of the branches of the participating payment companies (Dolex, Maxitransfers, Intercambio Express and Barri Financial Group) with the 10 digit number of the credit and make the deposit.
In addition, the following are important:
- If you worked in Mexico contributing to the IMSS between 1972 and 1992, check if the balance is in your favor and the requirements to withdraw it.
- If you have a balance in the Housing Sub-Account (SCV), you can withdraw it at the age of 65. SCV resources are inherited!
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