US immigration law only applies to people within the US, not people abroad.
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In general, an employee can work from abroad for a US company with little impact on the employee.
The employer on the other hand has to consider a handful of issues, including:
- local hiring entity
- payroll deductions
- employment law
- permanent establishment
- IP protection
So, the simple answer to your question is that your past issues with US immigration law will not likely interfere with your ability to work remotely from Mexico.
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