IMPORTANT NOTICE

 

Permanent Residents of the United States of America (regardless of nationality) traveling by air, land or sea to Mexico do not require a visa to enter Mexico, they must present their valid Permanent Resident Card of the United States of America and a valid passport.

Non-US Permanent Residents with valid US visa stamped. Effective May 1, 2010, all foreigners, regardless of their nationality, visiting Mexico for tourism, business or transit, for a stay of up to 180 days, do not need to apply for a Mexican visa to enter the country. They have to present their valid US visas along with their valid passport.

If the US visa stamped on your passport is expired but you have a document proving your legal status in this country, you must apply for a visa at the Mexican Consulate Mexican if your nationality is mentioned below.

Advance Parole, Forms I-20/J-1, I-797, I-512 documents are not accepted for entry into Mexico.

Any certify documents issue by a foreign country must be Legalized and or  with Apostille.

 

http://www.inm.gob.mx/index.php/page/Paises_Visa

 

YOU MUST APPLY IN PERSON

APPOINTMENT IS NECESSARY

monday – friday

9:00am – 12:30pm

 

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Presenting the required visa documentation does not guarantee that a visa will be issued.  The documentation is still subject to review and approval by the visa issuing department.  

Requirements

1.    Visa Application.

2.    Valid passport original and one copy of the pages containing personal information and all US visas.

  1. One passport size picture No glasses.
  2. I-94 or ESTA (if applicable).
  3. Advance Parole, signed I-20/J1 or signed I-797 or I-512 TPS
  4. 3 Consecutive months of Bank Statements with a minimum ending balance of $1500.00 per month.

 OR

  1. 3 Consecutive months of pay stubs with a minimum net of $500.00 usd per month  with letter from employer in company´s letterhead specifying amount of time employed, position and salary.
  2. Pay $36.00 dollar fee, cash, credit or debit card.

Presenting the required visa documentation does not guarantee that a visa will be issued.  The documentation is still subject to review and approval by the visa issuing department.

  • If the purpose of entering into Mexico is working there and you will receive a salary or payment (lucrative activities), you will have to apply for a prior authorization to the National Immigration Institute in Mexico. In that case, you will receive an authorization number (NUT number).

As soon as the NUT authorization has been issued you must be in contact with this Consulate in order to schedule one appointment and to process a visa. Once you have the approval from INM you have 30 days for the interview and the issuance of your visa.

  1. Visa Application

2.    Valid passport original and one copy of the pages containing personal information and all US visas.

 

  1. One passport size picture No glasses.
  2. Valid US visa or ESTA Authorization and one photocopy
  3. Valid I-94 and one photocopy
  4. NUT authorization
  5. Pay $36.00 dollar fee, cash, credit or debit card.

 

Presenting the required visa documentation does not guarantee that a visa will be issued.  The documentation is still subject to review and approval by the visa issuing department.

This visa applies when you will stay in Mexico more than 180 days for retirement, investments, professional activities, technical activities, artistic activities, scientific activities, sport activities or a minister of religion; without permission to perform remunerated activities.

Requirements

1.   Visa Application.

2.   Valid passport original and one copy of the pages containing personal information and all US visas.

3.     One passport size picture No glasses.

4.    I-94 or ESTA (if applicable) Advance Parole, signed I-20 or signed I-797

5.    Proof of economic solvency:

6.    Original and copy of 12 consecutive months of Bank Statements, or Investments with a minimum ending balance of $25,000.00 US Dollars

7.    Original and copy of bank statements with deposit of a minimum of $1500.00 per month from a job or pension from the previous 6 months.

8.    If a company/organization/association in Mexico is sponsoring or inviting the foreign national, the applicant can submit an original invitation letter*. Original invitation letter must be in company letterhead, address and signed. Ministers of religion should submit original letter of “anuencia” (consent) of the Ministry of the Interior (Secretaría de Gobernación) from Mexico.

9.    Pay $36.00 dollar fee, cash, credit or debit card.

 

Presenting the required visa documentation does not guarantee that a visa will be issued.  The documentation is still subject to review and approval by the visa issuing department.

It applies to very specific cases; submit your case to our above email address.

Requirements:

  1. Visa Application

2.    Valid passport original and one copy of the pages containing personal information and all US visas.

  1. One passport size picture No glasses

4.    If you are not American, we will need one the following documents:

a)    Original and copy *Valid US multiple-entry visa

b)    Original and copy *Valid I-94 and/or signed I-797, I-20/J-1 form

4-Original letter of acceptance from the School in Mexico, (from an accredited school approved by the National Education System) issued on letterhead, signatures and including the following information:

            I.        Applicant´s full name

           II.        Level and name of the program/studies/course where the student has been accepted.

         III.        Length of the program.

          IV.        Tuition fee.

           V.        Full name of the Institution and additional information (institution address, telephone, fax number, e-mail, website and name of the contact).

5. - Proof of scholarship Original letter

6.-Proof of economic solvency:

a)    3 Consecutive months of Bank Statements with a minimum ending balance of $500.00 US dollars if you receive a pension, a scholarship or if you have a job.

b)    Proof of scholarship Original letter

c)     If sponsor by parents or legal guardian (for students under 25 years old).

7. - Valid parent’s identification and student’s birth certificate with Apostille or Legalized.

8. - 3 consecutive months of Bank Statements or Investments (Original and copy) with a minimum ending balance at the end of the month of $5000.00 p/month.

9. - Pay $36.00 dollar fee, either cash, credit or debit card.

 

Presenting the required visa documentation does not guarantee that a visa will be issued.  The documentation is still subject to review and approval by the visa issuing department.

This type of visa is for you if:

  • You are moving to Mexico to be there indefinitely
  • You don´t have a work authorization
  • You are retire

Requirements:

1.    Valid passport original and one copy of the pages containing personal information and all US visas.

  1. One passport size picture No glasses
  2. Original and copy of valid US visa for multiple entries or original migratory document proving your legal status in US,
  3. Economic Solvency:

*   Original  and copy of twelve consecutive months of your bank account or investment accounts with a minimum ending balance per month of $100,000.00 US Dollars;  and/or

*   Original and copy of Yearly Social Security Statement proving a monthly income from pension of $2,500.00 US Dollars during the past six months. You can also submit original and copy of official documents proving the ownership of a property/company/business.

5.    Pay $36.00 dollar fee, either cash, credit or debit card.

 

 

 

Presenting the required visa documentation does not guarantee that a visa will be issued.  The documentation is still subject to review and approval by the visa issuing department.