VISAS

 

::Important:: Holders of valid visa of the United States of America (any nationality) shall not require visa to enter Mexico with tourist, transit and business purposes only. Legal Permanent Residents of USA, Canada, Japan, United Kingdom and Schengen States do not require visa for enter Mexico with tourist, transit and business purposes.

 

VISA APPOINTMENT

The reception of documents to apply for a visa is done by appointment, which should be requested online through the system MEXITEL.

https://citas.sre.gob.mx/mexitel_web/login/auth

It is recommended to request an appointment with plenty of time in advance to avoid any inconveniences.

By clicking the above link, you can set up an account and choose a suitable time for your appointment at the Consular Section. Once you access the webpage using your user name, please select the option “VISA with NUT” if you have a work permit from INM, otherwise select the “VISAS” option. After booking your appointment, the system will generate a confirmation letter, which you must carry with you to the Embassy on the day of your appointment, along with the other required documents.

All documents submitted must reflect complete name as shown in passport.

 

Tourist Visitor

Requirements:

  1. Application form duly filled.
  2. Passport valid for at least six months.
  3. A recent passport-sized photograph (4.5 CM X 3.5 CM), white background, not glasses and forehead.
  4. Covering letter given by your organization and duly signed by the competent authority.
  5. Copy of Personal Bank Statement (last 6 months).
  6. Copy of Personal Income Tax Return (ITR) or Form 16 (last 3 years).
  7. Flight tentative itinerary.
  8. Visa fee.


Visitor visa without remunerated  activities (Business / Technician visitor)

Requirements:

  1. Application form duly filled.
  2. Passport valid for at least six months.
  3. A recent passport-sized photograph (4.5 CM X 3.5 CM), white background, not glasses and forehead.
  4. Covering letter given by your organization and duly signed by the competent authority.
  5. Letter of Invitation given by Mexican counterpart and duly signed by the authorized person.
  6. Copy of Personal Bank Statement (last 6 months).
  7. Copy of Personal Income Tax Return (ITR) or Form 16 (last 3 years).
  8. Flight tentative itinerary.
  9. Visa fee.


Business Visitor Requiring Entry Permit (Work Visa)

The Embassy of Mexico in India is not authorized to issue a work visa without a previous authorization by the National Migration Institute (INM). The employer must apply for the working permit in any office of the INM (www.inm.gob.mx) in Mexico.


Student visa

Citizens of India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Maldives who wish to enroll for more than six months in a Mexican school, college or university, either public or private, to commence, continue or finish studies, whether or not for credit; conduct research to obtain a graduate diploma; study Spanish, or pursue any other studies regardless of whether they intend to receive official recognition, must obtain a student visa.

The following documents must be presented by the applicant at this Consular Section once the student gets the approval from Mexico:

  1. Valid passport (the passport should be valid for at least six months)
  2. Application form duly filled.
  3. A recent passport-sized photograph (4.5 CM X 3.5 CM), white background, not glasses and forehead.
  4. Acceptance letter from the school or university in Mexico that the applicant wishes to attend.
  5. Letter from the student's parent, sponsor or legal guardian certifying that she/he will pay all the expenses and round trip. This document must be notarized and authenticated.
  6. Bank statement from the student’s parent, sponsor or legal guardian (last 6 months).
  7. Income Tax Return from the student’s parent, sponsor or legal guardian (last 3 years).
  8. Flight tentative itinerary.
  9. Photocopy of the passport (first and last page)
  10. Visa Fee


Transit Visitor

Requirements:

  1. Application form duly filled.
  2. Passport valid for at least six months.
  3. Visa of the final destination
  4. A recent passport-sized photograph (4.5 CM X 3.5 CM), white background, not glasses and forehead.
  5. Covering letter given by your organization and duly signed by the competent authority.
  6. Copy of Personal Bank Statement (last 6 months).
  7. Copy of Personal Income Tax Return (ITR) or Form 16 (last 3 years).
  8. Flight tentative itinerary.
  9. Visa fee.


Note:

  1. Personal presence of the applicant is mandatory for biometric process and interview.
  2. Processing visa time is two working days if the applicants fulfill all the visa requirements.
  3. Holders of diplomatic or official or service passports and laissez passer to enter Mexico in official missions or in private trips please contact the personal of the Consular Section.
  4. Clergy and minister of religion, please contact the personal of the Consular Section.
  5. Entry to Mexico is subject to the discretion of the Immigration Officer.
  6. The visas are delivered the next working day from 5:00 to 5:30 p.m.
  7. The Embassy of Mexico does NOT accept denomination of rupees 500 and 1000 for consular services. We regret inconvenience caused.
  8. Please note that we do require the visa application form printed back to back in ONLY one sheet of paper.


IMPORTANT

If you are granted a Mexican visa you will be able to travel to Mexico. It does not guarantee entry to the country.

At the point of entry, Mexican immigration authorities may ask you some questions to confirm the reasons you are travelling, the length of your stay in Mexico and how you are financing your trip. The following questions are few examples of what you may be asked:

How will you leave the country?
If you are on a student visa, what program are you enrolled in? Which is the host institution?
If you are on a work visa, who or what company is hiring you? What activities will you be engaging in within the company?
How long will you be staying in Mexico?
How will you cover your expenses?
Do you have any acquaintances in the country?
Where are you staying?
Why are you travelling to Mexico? What activities will you be engaging in?

As in all countries, Mexican immigration authorities will verify the authenticity of all the documents you present and the truthfulness of the information you provide. They will also confirm that no outright restriction exists.

The reasons for your trip must match your visa type.

Everyone visiting or living in Mexico has rights which must be respected.Foreigners have the right to contact their embassy or consulate.


Last Updated on Thursday, 30 October 2014 17:23
 


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