Peruvian restaurants in the United States are closed, and Mexican tourists can only eat in Mexican restaurants for now.
But the ban on Mexicans and Mexican-owned businesses has been on the books since January 2017.
In March, President Enrique Peña Nieto signed into law a law that makes it illegal for the US to prohibit entry to the US of foreign businesses, including restaurants, for any reason.
It also bans US businesses from importing, exporting, exporting to the United State, and making transactions in the US.
Peruvian restaurant chain La Tanda, which has been in business for 40 years in the city of Vallarta, was one of the first restaurants to be affected.
Its owners have been trying to reopen since then, but have faced a lot of challenges and a lack of money.
“The biggest problem has been the money,” said Leandro Barraza, the head of the restaurant’s family and family restaurant.
“We have no money, no employees, no credit card, no bank account, no money.
It is really difficult to pay our employees and the bills we have to pay.”
Barrazo said he has spent about 10,000 pesos ($3,500) so far, and that the restaurant will have to close its doors for the foreseeable future.
“There is not enough money to pay the bills.
It will be very difficult to reopen,” Barrazas told Al Jazeera.
Barrazos and his wife, Ana, who run La Tanta, have been living in the States for the past decade, and are currently in the process of moving back to the island of Puerto Vallarta.
They are currently preparing to reopen La Tana, but they do not have enough funds to pay for all the renovations they need to make the restaurant a reality.
“I have been in this business for 20 years and I have to make this restaurant.
The money is very hard to come by,” Barrosa said.
“If the money goes to paying our employees, then we will be able to reopen.
It has a legacy. “
La Tanda is an iconic restaurant.
It has a legacy.
It’s part of the culture here.
I hope that this time we will have the financial support,” he added.
The Mexican restaurant chain’s owners have faced an even bigger challenge in the meantime, as the US has imposed a travel ban on the island.
A new law passed in January prohibits US citizens from entering the United Kingdom and Ireland.
It applies to the UK and Ireland, and to all other countries that are part of Schengen.
As of July 1, it was estimated that 1,500 people were in the UK awaiting visa approval.
“They (the US) are not allowing us to do business,” Barra said.
In order to open a restaurant, the US government requires that foreign nationals have a work visa.
“In Puerto Vallander, we have a working visa,” Barres said.
However, the law does not extend to Mexican nationals who have a valid work visa in the country.
Barres, along with other restaurateurs in Puerto Vallartas, is not allowed to open his business in the island’s capital, Puerto Vallada, where he lives.
He has to rely on local businesses that are located in the surrounding areas of Puerto Valdez.
Barra and other Puerto Vallarans who live outside the city have been unable to afford the cost of hiring a new chef, or hiring a restaurant manager.
“When I went to the restaurant I asked them to hire a cook, but there is nothing in the books to let me do that,” he said.
The government also restricts the availability of services and the availability and the price of goods and services.
For example, the Mexican restaurant is only allowed to serve three types of food, such as steak and chips, as well as one type of alcohol.
Other services and goods that are available in the mainland United States, such like hot sauce, can only be served in a limited number of locations, such that they cannot be sold in Puerto Vallarta.
“It’s like if you want to have a hot-dog stand in New York and you can’t buy a hot dog in Puerto Valdés, then you cannot have a restaurant in Puerto Verdes,” Barras said.
Mexican-Americans in Puerto Vieques have been able to open small businesses, but are currently forced to rely solely on their family members and friends.
In a recent interview with the Associated Press, President Peña de la Torre, who is in charge of implementing the travel ban, said that in Puerto Ventas restaurants and bars that serve alcohol must pay the government a “tax” and be allowed to sell alcohol.
“This tax is a little different than a hotel tax,” he explained.
“A hotel tax is paid by the hotel owner and is deducted from the bill, and the amount that is deducted depends on the location of