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Visa for Temporary Resident Students


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This visa is for your if:

REQUIREMENTS:

 

a.    Original Notarized Letter from parents stating that they will be sending their son or daughter the amount of, at least $780.00.00 US dollars per month, besides tuition (Affidavit of support), the signature on the letter must match that of the parents ID.
b.    ID copy of parents (valid signed passports) and Applicant’s birth certificate with apostille (original and copy)
c.    Proof of parents’ economic solvency, such as: Last twelve months of bank statements (checking, savings or investments) in US Dollars with an average monthly balance of at least 99,000.00USD*, or last six months of employment or pension pay stubs with a monthly balance of at least $780.00USD* after taxes.

 

IMPORTANT NOTES:

I.    To apply, minors (under 18 years old) must be accompanied by both parents (or legal guardian) and  submit original birth certificate and one photocopy or original legal documents of proof of guardianship and one photocopy. If only one of the parents is present at the time of application there must be an original notarized authorization from the absent parent with a copy of both sides of their valid official ID, or original custody documents and one copy of them.
II.    All documents issued outside of Mexico considered public records, such as birth, marriage, death certificates, court documents or school records/degrees must bear the seal of the apostille issued by the corresponding authority.
*Amounts may change depending on the official Mexican minimum wage and the daily exchange rate

The visa process can take up to 10 working days after the application has been submitted, once it is processed the applicant will be contacted with appointment information for an in-person interview.

THE VISA SERVICES HOURS ARE: MONDAY, WEDNESDAY OR FRIDAY FROM 12:00PM TO 1:30PM.

Filing an application does not guarantee the issuance of a visa. All cases must be reviewed by a consular official, who will determine the approval of the visa issuance.

PLEASE BE AWARE THAT:
Some cases are required to have an additional review and approval from the Mexican Immigration Authority; this process can take up to 10 additional working days.  Unfortunately, the Consulate cannot do anything to expedite this procedure.