Amazing news for Kate Del Castillo and all of her fans, the Mexican Prosecutor's office has canceled the order that would force Mexican authorities to arrest del Castillo the moment she steps foot in Mexico.

The order against the actress was issued after she was linked to drug dealer Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán, with whom she secretly reunited in October 2015, when he was still a fugitive from justice.

Kate Del Castillo Kate del Castillo will not be prosecuted anymore if she were to go to Mexico. The actress hasn't stepped foot in her native country after her meeting with "El Chapo" Guzman in late 2015. Getty Images

After pictures of Kate and actor Sean Penn on their trip to meet the famous dealer surfaced, the actress' freedom in Mexico was restricted and the prosecutor's office was after her, alleging ties with drug dealing.

The court has now given the right to the actress to return back to Mexico, and confirmed the protection that allows her entry without having to face the authorities. The Attorney General's Office (Procuraduría General de la República or PGR) notified the Third City Judge of Protection of Mexico City that the order was "canceled," according to El Universal

The PGR issued the order against the actress back in January 2016 in Mexico. Del Castillo has been investigated to find out whether she received compensation from Guzmán for her tequila brand, Honor del Castillo, or for the production of a film about the life of the leader of the Sinaloa cartel, now extradited to the United States.