As of July 1, 2017, the Mexican Tax Authority (SAT) will introduce new changes and adjustments to the current invoicing model.
As of July 1, 2017, the Mexican tax authority (SAT) has introduced some changes and adjustments to the current electronic invoicing model. The new model has been label as CFDI 3.3 and involves several adjustments not only at the XML file structure level, but also the integration of new catalogs, and in some cases changes to the organization's business processes.
This document describes the main changes and adjustments regarding the Foreign Trade Complement for invoicing in Mexico.
New changes are coming in the electronic invoicing process in Mexico. This changes have been labeled as the new CFDI 3.3 and will take effect on July 2017.