The decision to impose visas has taken us by surprise in Mexico and the decision has damaged the image that common Mexican citizens have of Canada (RE: "Adios Canada," July 15). As part of a common partnership in the region, we felt Canada was a friendly country we could count on during a process of integration toward a closer North America. Now it seems like Canada and the U.S. share common policies about immigration issues. Why would the common Mexican citizen join a North American community if it is the only country that requires a visa to enter the other two countries?
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