REQUISITOS PARA EL REGISTRO DE NACIMIENTO

Para registrar como mexicanos a hijos de mexicanos nacidos el exterior es indispensable programar una cita. Las citas para este trámite se programan mediante MEXITEL, a través del teléfono 1 877 639 4835 o la siguiente liga:  https://mexitel.sre.gob.mx/citas.webportal/pages/public/login/login.jsf

 

Una vez agendada su cita, funcionarios del Departamento de Registro Civil del Consulado de México en Indianápolis se comunicarán con usted vía telefónica para explicarle el procedimiento de registro y especificarle los requisitos que deberá presentar el día de su cita. Es importante tener todos los documentos necesarios al momento de programar su cita, ya que se puede solicitar el envío anticipado de los documentos para su revisión.

 (Si presentan errores u omisiones no serán aceptados los documentos).

A.      Acta de nacimiento del/la menor en “Long Form” que debe incluir los siguientes datos:  

  • El lugar de nacimiento
  • La fecha de nacimiento
  • Hora en cual nació el menor
  • Nombre completo del padre y madre como esta en sus actas de nacimiento
  • Fecha de nacimiento de los padres
  • Nombre del hospital
  • Nombre del médico que atendió el parto.

* LA VERSION LARGA DEL ACTA DEL (LA) MENOR NO SE DEVOLVERA.

B.   Acta de nacimiento original certificada de ambos padres más dos copias por ambos lados tamaño carta de cada una.

C.   Identificación oficial vigente con fotografía de ambos padres más dos copias de cada una por ambos lados tamaño carta.

D.  A partir de los 6 años el/la menor deberán presentar una identificación oficial vigente con fotografía más dos copias tamaño carta. (Ejemplo: Pasaporte Estadounidense, ID del Estado, ID escolar o comprobante de estudios con fotografía.

E.   Acta de matrimonio original certificada si los padres del registrado son casados más dos copias tamaño carta.

F.   Se requiere de 2 testigos:

   a. Cada testigo deberá presentar una identificación oficial vigente más dos copias   tamaño carta.

    b. Ambos deben ser mayores de 18 años.

 INFORMACION IMPORTANTE:

En el caso de que el padre/madre no pueda asistir, este podrá hacerse representar únicamente por medio de un poder notarial mexicano autorizando el registro.

En caso de fallecimiento de cualquiera de los padres, deberá presentar acta de nacimiento de la persona que falleció, así como identificación oficial con fotografía y su respectiva acta de defunción.

YA NO SE REQUIERE APOSTILLAR EL ACTA DE NACIMIENTO DEL (LA) MENOR.

 

La versión larga del acta de nacimiento se consigue en el departamento de salud (Department of Health or Vital Statistics), que puede tramitar en: 

 

Illinois

Indiana

Kentucky

Ohio

Oficina

Illinois Department of Public Health

Indiana State Department Vital Records Division

Office of Vital Statistics

Local Vital Statistics Office

Dirección

525-535 West Jefferson St, Springfield, Illinois, 62761

2 N Meridian St, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46231

275 E. Main St, 1E-A,

Frankfort, Kentucky, 40621

246 N High St., Columbus, Ohio, 43215

Teléfono

217 782 4977

317 233 2700

502 564 4212

614 466 3543

Página web

http://www.dph.illinois.gov/topics-services/birth-death-other-records

http://www.in.gov/isdh/20444.htm

http://chfs.ky.gov/dph/vital/

https://www.odh.ohio.gov/vs

El trámite de registro es gratuito. Sin embargo la expedición de copia certificada del acta de nacimiento tiene un costo de $13.00 dólares cada una. 

Desde el 15 de enero de 2015, las Embajadas y los Consulados de México emiten copias certificadas de actas de nacimiento generadas en territorio nacional. El requisito indispensable es presentar una identificación oficial que acredite que es el titular del acta de nacimiento. En caso de menores de edad, los padres deben presentar una identificación oficial para la expedición del documento. El costo es de 13 dólares por Acta. Para este trámite NO es necesario programar una cita, sólo presentarse en el Consulado de lunes a viernes de 8:00 a 13:00 horas.

CONSULADO DE MÉXICO 

331 S EAST STREET, INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA 46204 

TEL: (317) 761-7600 EXT.113        FAX: (317) 761-7610

Qué hacer cuando un familiar o amigo fallece en Estados Unidos y los familiares desean trasladar los restos a México?

Los consulados de México brindan asesoría y apoyo en esta lamentable situación para nuestros nacionales, por lo que se sugiere:

  •  Obtener documentos que acrediten la nacionalidad del fallecido (Acta de nacimiento o pasaporte).
  •  Contactarse al Consulado y proporcionar los datos de la persona fallecida (Nombre, fecha de nacimiento, lugar de nacimiento)
  •  Proporcionar información de un contacto en Estados Unidos (Nombre, domicilio y teléfono)

 SERVICIOS FUNERARIOS.

 Para trasladar los restos humanos a México deben contratarse los servicios de una funeraria en los Estados Unidos y en México. El consulado cuenta con una lista de funerarias con buena reputación y precios más accesibles a las que puede contactar.

 CERTIFICACION CONSULAR.

 Para que los restos ingresen a México, el Consulado realiza de manera gratuita el visado de documentos. La funeraria debe enviar, en original y acompañados de su traducción al español, los siguientes documentos:

  • Acta de defunción (Apostillada)
  • Permiso de tránsito de cadáveres y/o entierro
  • Certificado de Embalsamamiento (Notariado)
  • Carta de médico forense, que certifique que no existe enfermedad contagiosa.

 

Una vez que se reciben los documentos, la certificación se realiza el mismo día y se le remite por correo pre pagado a la funeraria.

 Los documentos tendrán que ser presentados o enviados al

 Consulado de México en Indianápolis, 331 S. East St. Indianápolis, IN. 46204 Atención: Rosa Vidal (317) 761 76 00 Ext. 119. El horario de atención es de lunes a viernes de 8:00 a 13:00 hrs.

 

INFORMACION GENERAL

El costo del traslado de restos dependerá del tipo y cantidad de servicios que sean contratados.

El costo promedio de un traslado básico (recoger el cuerpo del hospital o de la oficina del forense, expedición y obtención de documentos para su certificación, embalsamamiento o cremación y el traslado al aeropuerto más cercano a su destino final en México) varía entre $3,000 a $5,000 dólares.

El tiempo que tarda el traslado, depende de:

  • La causa de muerte.
  • La disponibilidad de vuelos.
  • La experiencia de la funeraria contratada.

En casos de probada necesidad económica, el consulado puede aportar una pequeña cantidad para el pago de servicios funerarios.

 

 REQUIREMENTS FOR SHIPMENT OF HUMAN REMAINS TO MEXICO

  • Certified Copy of the Certificate of Death.
  • Certificate of Embalming formulated on company letterhead.
  • Certificate of Cremation or Notarized Letter of Cremation (if that is the case)
  • Burial-Transit Permit. It must include original signatures of officials. It must state the name of the City and State in Mexico where the body will be transferred to.
  • Translation of all documents on funeral home letterhead stationery, signed and notarized, whit an additional copy are required for a regular entry of human remains into Mexico.
  • Include a pre pay envelope to return documents.
  • Please take note that Mexicans full name is composed of Name, Father’s last name and Mother’s last name, in that order.
  • If your documents do not comply with these requirements, we won’t be able to process your request. A Mexican Death Certificate will be issued from the Consulate. If the human remains’ final destination is Mexico City- Distrito Federal, make sure you have the final destination and not the just the port of entry. No document will be accepted, if it contains corrections or modifications and the sanity and health authorities in Mexico will deny entry of the human remains. 

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All applicants must have an appointment. You can make your appointment either through the telephone (317) 761-7600 ext. 116 or the email at Esta dirección de correo electrónico está siendo protegida contra los robots de spam. Necesita tener JavaScript habilitado para poder verlo.. Every individual needs an appointment, including family members. 

Please verify that you have all the documents before coming to your appointment. The general requirements for any type of Visa are:

 1.      Visa application (Click here to download the application).

 2.      Valid passport in original and one photocopy of the pages containing personal information, photograph of bearer and expiration date/extensions.

 3.      One photo passport size (size 1.5 x 1.3/4 inches), in color, no glasses.

 4.      If you are a non US citizen, proof of legal establishment in the US.

In addition to these general requirements, the applicant must bring the specific requirements for the type of Visa and assumption that is requesting.

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NO LUCRATIVES (TOURIST)

Visitors visa without authorization to perform lucrative activities (tourism, business, etc.)

 This type of visa is for foreigners who intend to enter Mexico as visitor’s and without permission to perform paid activities for a period of 180 days or less (tourism, business, etc.)

If you are a US citizen, US Permanent Resident or a holder of a US stamped and valid visa, you don’t need a Mexican visa to travel to Mexico and stay less than 180 days on Mexican territory.

If you have an expired US stamped visa, even though you have a regular immigration status, you’ll have to apply for a Mexican visa to visit the country and stay there less than 180 days.

General requirements:

1.                  Visa application. Click here to download the application

2.                  Valid passport in original and one photocopy of the pages containing personal information, photograph of bearer and expiration date/extensions.

3.                  One photo passport size (size 1.5 x 1.3/4 inches), in color, no glasses.

4.                  Proof of legal residence (I94, Employment Authorization Card…).

You may apply for different assumptions depending on your personal and economic situation. Each one of these has different requirements. You’ll have to choose only one and bring the documents required according to each.

1.                  Economic solvency.

Proof of investments or bank accounts of the last six months with a monthly average balance superior to $1,416 USD. If you can prove a stable employment for the last year or that you are a regular student in a Higher Education program, this amount would be adjusted. The bank accounts or proofs of investments must be under the name of the person that is applying (except in the case of minors).

2.      Property in Mexico.

Original and photocopy of Property Title located in Mexico under the name of the applicant and proof of employment. The applicant must have at least two years owning the property and at least two years working in the company or institution that is providing proof of employment.

3.      Invitation letter.

Original letter of the organization of public or private institution inviting the foreigner to participate in a not remunerated activity in Mexican territory. For more information about the characteristics of this letter please contact Mrs. Jazmin Lagunes (Esta dirección de correo electrónico está siendo protegida contra los robots de spam. Necesita tener JavaScript habilitado para poder verlo.).

-Resume, diploma and/or certifications required to prove qualifications

If the organization or institution is covering for the expenses of the applicant, it has to prove that it has the resources for doing so. To prove this economic solvency the organization has to present monthly bank statements for the last twelve months, with a monthly average balance superior to USD 4,000.

4.      Driver or operator of vehicle.

Original and photocopy of the valid driver license of the foreigner authorizing him to drive the freight according to local dispositions.

Original letter of the company or transport association, addressed to the Consular authority, requesting the visa. For more information about the characteristics of this letter please contact Mrs. Jazmin Lagunes (Esta dirección de correo electrónico está siendo protegida contra los robots de spam. Necesita tener JavaScript habilitado para poder verlo.).

5.      Humanitarian cause.

In some emergency cases, a humanitarian visa may be issue, fulfilling some basic requirements. Emergency situations:

Serious health condition. If the applicant’s direct family member (husband, wife, son, daughter, father, mother) is in Mexican territory and has a serious medical condition, he/she may apply for a humanitarian visa. Requirements: proof of familial relationships or marital status and letter that describes the seriousness of the foreigners’ health condition from a private or public health institution.

Recognition or recovery of human remains. If the applicant direct family member (husband, wife, son, daughter, father, mother) died in Mexican territory and his or her presence is requested for the recognition or recovery of the human remains, he/she may apply for a humanitarian visa. Requirements: proof of familial relationships or marital status and letter that requires the presence of the foreigner in order to recognize or recover the human remains, issued by the federal, local or state authorities.

Public interest. If a foreigner is needed for a specific emergency situation, he/she may apply for a humanitarian visa.  Requirement: letter from an entity of local, state or federal authorities requesting the presence of the foreigner to perform, lead, coordinate, or support rescue assistance in an emergency or natural disaster situation in Mexico.

6.      Scientific research or collection of samples in Mexico or Mexican waters with prior approval from Mexican authorities

Letter from Mexican government authorizing the foreigner to perform this task in Mexican territory.

 7.      Studies:

Original acceptance letter from a Mexican education institution inviting the foreigner to participate in a course or project in Mexican territory for less than 180 days. For more information about the characteristics of this letter please contact Mrs. Jazmin Lagunes (Esta dirección de correo electrónico está siendo protegida contra los robots de spam. Necesita tener JavaScript habilitado para poder verlo.).

Economic solvency proving that the applicant has the resources to support himself/herself during the extension of the project. The economic solvency has to be proven with monthly investments or bank statements of the last three months. The monthly average balance must be superior to $700 USD. The bank statements may be credited by the applicant, its parents or his/her husband/wife. If the student has a loan or a scholarship, it has to be proven: this letter would cover the economic solvency requirement.

 8.      Participation in an event organized by the Mexican national government

Letter of invitation for the Mexican government and letter of the institution of the country

 Information about the visa

1.      The issue of the Visa depends on the consular interview.

2.      Multiples entrances are allowed during the period of the Visa.

3.      The price of the Visa is $36 USD. Accepted payment methods are cash, credit/debit card with the Visa, MasterCard or Discover logo.

4.      For minors, both parents must be present for the interview. If one of the parents cannot physically be at the consular office at the moment for this interview, the other one must present a notarized letter from the other parent that establishes his or her consent to obtain the Mexican visa.

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NUT VISA

Visa for visitors with permission to perform lucrative activities or Temporary Residents with permission to perform lucrative activities (NUT Visas)

If you are going to work temporarily in Mexican territory, and your salary will be paid in pesos (local currency) then your prospective employer must file a petition on your behalf with (INAMI) Mexico’s Immigration Institute. INAMI is the instance that will approve or deny your application based on their guidelines; the Mexican Consulate doesn’t have any type of incidence in this process.

If approved, your employer will be notified and an approval letter will be sent containing a NUT number. This NUT number is the authorization that INAMI gives to the Consulate for issuing two specific visas: Visa for visitors with permission to perform lucrative activities or a Temporary Resident Visa with work authorization. Upon receiving your NUT number please contact Mrs. Jazmin Lagunes at 317 761 7600 ext. 116 or by email Esta dirección de correo electrónico está siendo protegida contra los robots de spam. Necesita tener JavaScript habilitado para poder verlo. in order to schedule an appointment.

The day of your appointment you must bring the following:

  1. Application form. Click here to download the application
  2. Valid passport in original and one photocopy of the pages containing personal information, photograph of bearer and expiration date/extensions.
  3. One photo passport size (size 1.5 x 1.3/4 inches), in color, no glasses.
  4. Photocopy of the approval letter from INAMI with the NUT number.
  5. If you are a non US citizen, proof of legal establishment in the US.

Information about the visa

1.      The issuing of the Visa depends on the consular interview.

2.      The Temporary Resident visa is good for six months but only allows one entry to Mexican territory. Once in Mexico, the visa holder must appear in person to the nearest INAMI office and apply for his/her resident card.

3.      The price of the Visa is $36.00 USD. Accepted payment methods are cash or credit/debit card with the Visa, MasterCard or Discover logo.

 

·         NUT (Numero Único de Tramite)

·         INAMI ( Instituto Nacional de Migración)

 

TEMPORARY RESIDENT

 Temporary Residents Visa

 This type of visa is for foreigners who intend to live in Mexico for more than six months and less than four years. If you are not planning to live in Mexico, then you are NOT eligible for this type of visa.

General requirements:

1.   Visa application. Click here to download the application

2.   Valid passport in original and one photocopy of the pages containing personal information, photograph of bearer and expiration date/extensions.

3.   One photo passport size (size 1.5 x 1.3/4 inches), in color, no glasses.

4.   Proof of legal residence (I94, Employment Authorization Card…).

You may apply for different assumptions depending on your personal and economic situation. Each one of these assumptions has different requirements. You’ll have to choose only one and bring the documents required according to each assumption.

·         If you are planning to work in Mexico and you’re going to be paid and hired by a company in Mexican territory, then your resident application must be submitted through Mexico’s Immigration Institute (Instituto Nacional de Migración, INAMI). Once INAMI approves your application, then you’ll have to come to the Consulate and get your visa with the NUT number that the Immigration office is going to provide you. If you already have your NUT number please press here to check the requirements you need to bring to your appointment.

 

1.      Economic solvency.

Proof of investments or bank accounts from the last twelve months with a monthly average balance superior to $23,614 USD. The bank accounts or proofs of investments must be under the name of the person that is applying.

If you have a pension, you’ll have to bring proof of this pension and monthly bank statements with an average balance superior to $1,416 USD.

2.      Scientific research or collection of samples in Mexico or Mexican waters with prior approval from Mexican authorities                   Letter from Mexican government authorizing the foreigner to perform this task in Mexican territory.

 

3.      Invitation letter.

If a company or an organization is inviting you to collaborate or work for a specific period in Mexico and you’re not going to receive any payment in Mexican territory, then you must apply for this assumption.

Requirements:

Original letter of the organization of public or private institution inviting the applicant to participate in a not remunerated activity in Mexican territory. This letter must contain the following information:

o    Complete name of the applicant and nationality.

o    Denomination or name of the organization.

o    Registration number and purpose of the organization or private institution.

o    Address and the contact person of the organization or institution.

o    The activity or project that the foreigner will be performing or working on. The activity of the foreigner must be related with the organization or institution that invites him/her.

o    Estimated duration or final date of the activity.

o    Institutions commitment to pay for the living expenses of the applicant during their stance in Mexico as well as for the trip back to their country of origin or residency.

o    Copy of an official identification with signature of the person who signs the invitation letter.

If the organization or institution is covering for the expenses of the applicant, it has to prove that it has the resources for doing so. To prove this economic solvency the organization has to present monthly bank statements for the last twelve months, with a monthly average balance superior to USD $46,862.

Résumé of the applicant.

If the institution or organization is not covering for the expenses of the applicant, then he/she has to prove that he/she owns the resources to support himself/herself during his/hers stance in Mexico. To prove this, he/she has to present bank accounts or investments of the last twelve months with a monthly average balance superior to $23,614 USD. The bank accounts or proofs of investments must be under the name of the person that is applying.

** Religious ministers applying for this type of visa that have an ANUENCIA letter don’t have to prove economy solvency neither for them, nor from their congregation.

4.      Legal Instruments on International Migration

Free style letter where the applicant presents its candidacy for applying to a legal instrument in international migration. Fulfill the requirements or this legal instrument.

5.      Family Reunification

If you are directly related (spouse, sons/daughters, son/daughter of the husband or wife) to a Temporary Resident, Temporary Resident Student, Permanent Resident or Mexican national, you may apply for a Temporary Residency in the assumption of family reunification.

In all these cases the basic requirement it’s to prove your tie with the Resident or Mexican citizen with birth or marriage certificate. For sons/daughters it only applies when they are under 18 years old. It is necessary to bring the document that proves the status of the Resident or Mexican national (Resident Card or proof of Mexican nationality)

If your husband/wife/father/mother doesn’t have their Resident Card yet, and they only have their visa, then they need to prove that he/she owns the resources to support their family during their stance period. In these cases the visa holder must bring investments or bank accounts of the last twelve months with a monthly average balance of $473 USD.

** The Resident or Mexican national related to the applicant must be present at the interview.

6.      Property in Mexico

Original and photocopy of Property title located in Mexico under the name of the applicant. The property’s value should be superior to $185,931 USD.

7.      Investor

Certified proof that the applicant is an investor in a Mexican company and the amount of resources invested. This amount must be superior to $94,454 USD.

Documents that prove that the applicant owns property that it’s used for economic or business purposes. The value of this property must be proven and exceed $76,000 USD.

Documents that prove the development of the economic and business activities in Mexico through contracts, service orders, receipts, business plans, licenses, or permits and a letter from the Mexican Institute of Social Services (IMSS) that confirms that the foreigner employs at least three workers.

Information about the visa

1.      The issue of the Visa depends on the consular interview.

2.      The visa only allows one entry to Mexican territory. Once in Mexico, the visa holder has to go to an office of the Immigration Institute and apply for his/her resident card.

3.      The price of the Visa is $36 USD. Accepted payment methods are cash, credit/debit card with the Visa, MasterCard or Discover logo.

4.      For minors, both parents must be present for the interview. If one of the parents cannot physically be at the consular office at the moment for this interview, the other one must present a notarized letter from the other parent that establishes his or her consent to obtain the Mexican visa.

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PERMANENT RESIDENT

 Permanent Residents Visa

This type of visa is for foreigners who intend to live in Mexico indefinitely. If you are not retired nor have a direct tie with Mexican national or a Permanent Resident and you are not planning to live indefinitely in Mexico, then you are NOT eligible for this visa.

General requirements:

1.                  Visa application. Click here to download the application.

2.                  Valid passport in original and one photocopy of the pages containing personal information, photograph of bearer and expiration date/extensions.

3.                  One photo passport size (size 1.5 x 1.3/4 inches), in color, no glasses.

4.                  Proof of legal residence (I94, Employment Authorization Card…) if you are not a US citizen.

 

1.      Retired or pensioner.

Proof that you own a monthly pension superior to $2,361 USD and monthly bank statements proving that you have received this pension for at least six months. If you cannot prove that you own this pension, then you’ll have to present monthly bank statements or investments for the last twelve months with a monthly average balance superior to $94,454 USD

2.      Family reunification

Related to a Mexican national. If you are the father/mother, brother/sister or under 18 son/daughter of a Mexican national you may apply for this type of visa. The basic requirements are proof of relationship (birth certificate) and nationality of the Mexican national. If the minor is son/daughter of the husband/wife of the Mexican national, he/she also may apply for this visa bringing, additionally, the marriage certificate.

Related to a Permanent Resident. If you are the father/mother or under 18 son/daughter of a Permanent Resident, you may apply for this type of visa. The basic requirements are proof of relationship (birth certificate) and Permanent Resident card. If the minor is son/daughter of the husband/wife of the Permanent resident, he/she also may apply for this visa bringing, additionally, the marriage certificate.

Related to a holder of a Permanent Resident visa. If you are the father/mother, under 18 brother/sister or under 18 son/daughter of a holder of a Permanent Visa you may apply for this type of visa. The basic requirements are proof of relationship (birth certificate) and Permanent Resident visa. If the minor is son/daughter of the husband/wife of the Permanent resident, he/she also may apply for this visa bringing, additionally, the marriage certificate. Also the Permanent Resident visa holder must prove economic solvency to support his/her family with monthly bank statements or investments for the last twelve months that prove a monthly average balance superior to $473 USD.

** The visa holder, Resident or Mexican national related to the applicant must be physically present at the interview.

 

Information about the visa

1.      The issue of the Visa depends on the consular interview.

2.      The visa only allows one entry to Mexican territory. Once in Mexico, the visa holder must appear in person to the nearest INAMI office and apply for his/her resident card.

3.      The price of the Visa is $36 USD. Accepted payment methods are cash or credit/debit card with the Visa, MasterCard or Discover logo.

4.      For minors, both parents must be present for the interview. If one of the parents cannot be physically at the consular office at the moment of interview, the other one must present a notarized letter from the absent parent that establishes his or her consent to obtain the Mexican visa.

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STUDENT

 Temporary Resident Students Visa

This type of visa is for foreigners who want to study in Mexico for more than six months and less than four years. If you are not a student, then you are NOT eligible for this type of visa.  This visa doesn’t give you permission to work in Mexican territory, if you want to work during your stance in Mexico, then you must submit your application through Mexico’s Immigration Institute (Instituto Nacional de Migración).

 General requirements:

1.                  Visa application. Click here to download the application.

2.                  Valid passport in original and one photocopy of the pages containing personal information, photograph of bearer and expiration date/extensions.

3.                  One photo passport size (size 1.5 x 1.3/4 inches), in color, no glasses.

4.                  Proof of legal residence (I94, Employment Authorization Card…).

                                                                   

1.      Invitation letter

If you are going to study in a Mexican public or private institution, then you’ll need to present the original acceptance letter. The letter must contain this information:

·         Applicant’s full name. The name must match the one that appears on the passport.

·         Level/grade that he/she is attempting and field.

·         Name of the program/course.

·         Length of program/ Beginning and ending dates.

·         Tuition fee.

·         General information of the school/institution/university.

To prove that the applicant has the resources to support himself/herself during his/hers studies, he/she must present statements from bank accounts or investments of the last three months with a monthly average balance superior to $4,648 USD. These statements can be under the applicants name or under his/hers parents or legal guardians (as long as he/she is younger than 25 years old). The economic solvency also can be proven with a scholarship or financial support from the school or another institution; in this case he/she must present a letter proving that he/she is receiving the scholarship or financial support.

2.      Legal Instruments on International Migration

Free style letter where the applicant presents its candidacy for applying to a legal instrument in international migration. Fulfill the requirements or this legal instrument.

 Information about the visa

1.      The issue of the Visa depends on the consular interview.

2.      The visa only allows one entry to Mexican territory. Once in Mexico, the visa holder must appear in person to the nearest INAMI office and apply for his/her resident card.

3.      The price of the Visa is 36 dollars. You can pay cash, credit or debit card.

4.      For minors, both parents must be present for the interview. If one of the parents cannot physically be at the consular office at the moment for this interview, the other one must present a notarized letter from the other parent that establishes his or her consent to obtain the Mexican visa.

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VISITORS VISA FOR ADOPTION PROCEEDINGS

Visitors visa for adoption proceedings

 This type of visa is for foreigners who intend to visit Mexico in order to conclude an adoption process.

General requirements:

1.                  Visa application. Click here to download the application

2.                  Valid passport in original and one photocopy of the pages containing personal information, photograph of bearer and expiration date/extensions.

3.                  One photo passport size (size 1.5 x 1.3/4 inches), in color, no glasses.

4.                  Original and photocopy of the Adoption report or the letter of Reassignment, issued by the National System of the Integral Family Development (DIF), where it states the information of the identity of the child or adolescent.

5.                  Original and photocopy of the assignment’s acceptance of the minor, continuing with the adoption process issued by the Central Authority of the host country (US in this case) where it is required for a statement of their will and the applicants’ to continue the adoption process.

Information about the visa

1.      The issue of the Visa depends on the consular interview.

2.      The visa only allows one entry to Mexican territory. Once in Mexico, the visa holder has to go to an office of the Immigration Institute and apply for his/her resident card.

3.      The price of the Visa is $36 USD. Accepted payment methods are cash, credit/debit card with the Visa, MasterCard or Discover logo.

4.      The visitor can stay in Mexican territory until the adoption process is finalized, which includes the final decree from the Court, the issuance of the Mexican Birth Certificates, Mexican Passports, and all immigration and legal paperwork required for the minor to enter and reside in the country of the adoptive parents.

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HOUSEHOLD

HOUSEHOLD FOR RESIDENTS IN MEXICO

Foreigners that have a Non Immigrant Card “Tarjeta de no Inmigrante” or visa to work or live in Mexico for more than six months are eligible to take household goods, that must be inventoried.

The list must be in English and Spanish, typed in single space on white paper, leaving a space of two inches from the top.

Each item must be numbered progressively and on a separate line, beginning with the electronics specifying brand, model and serial number (including kitchen appliances).

  • Small items packed in boxes or crates must be described and numbered in the list as one box (crate) containing clothing, kitchen utensils, etc.
  • Each page of your original list must be signed on the bottom, right-hand corner.
  • The original list, and four copies, must be presented to this Consulate of Mexico to obtain the certificate of household effects.
  • At the beginning of the list, you must write your full name, U.S.A and Mexican address.
  • Fees: $127.00 USD
  • The list will be delivered on the next businnes day.

At the end of the list you must write: “Declaro, bajo protesta de decir verdad, que todos los objetos anteriormente enlistados son usados y de mi propiedad”. ("I declare under oath that the articles listed are used and belong to my property")

To see an example click here

 

 

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DOCUMENTOS FALTANTES PARA TRÁMITES

Si usted va a realizar algún trámite en nuestro Consulado y dentro de los requisitos le hace falta su acta de nacimiento, usted puede solicitar una copia certificada en el registro civil de su estado vía Internet.

    Para obtener una copia certificada de tu acta de nacimiento, ingresa al siguiente apartado y presiona el escudo del estado en el que naciste para solicitarla.

Si necesita una identificación con fotografía, puede solicitar el rastreo de                    antecedentes escolares y presentar una constancia de estudios.

Para solicitar el rastreo de antecedentes escolares, ingresa al siguiente apartado en el que encontrarás la dirección para llenar la solicitud vía Internet.

 A partir del 1 de mayo de 2010, todos los extranjeros, sin importar su nacionalidad, poseedores de una visa vigente y valida estadounidense, serán elegibles para entrar a México sin necesidad de una visa mexicana. Esto aplica para turistas, personas de negocios o transmigrantes. No es necesario solicitar una autorización extra en el Consulado de México.

El único documento necesario para entrar a México aparte del passaporte vigente por al menos seis meses y la visa estadounidense, será la Forma Migratoria Múltiple (FMM), la cual será otorgada en el avión antes de llegar o en la oficina de migración por cualquier punto de entrada a México. Esta forma deberá ser llenada al inicio de cada viaje y la porción de la forma con la que el interesado se queda, deberá ser devuelta al agente de migración al final del viaje para evitar multas en viajes futuros.

Es recomendable que obtenga esta información impresa de la pagina http://www.inami.gob.mx

 

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