VISAS

 

:: NOTICE FOR HOLDERS OF USA VISA ::

Holders of any valid visa for the United States of America (any nationality) DO NOT require visa to enter Mexico on tourist, business and transit purposes only.

 

VISAS FOR INDIAN, BANGLADESH, NEPAL, SRI LANKA AND MALDIVES NATIONALS.

:: IMPORTANT ::

The reception of documents to apply for a visa is done by appointment only, which should be requested by email to  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Please include the following information in your appointment request:

- Complete Name.

- Passport Number.

- Appointment date request (Monday to Friday from 9:30 to 11:30 hrs.).

- INM Number (For work visa only).

You will receive a confirmation email with the appointment day and time information.

 

For visa requirements information, please click in the following links:

Types of Visas:

Requirements:

  1. Passport valid for at least six months.
  2. Application form duly filled. (printed in one page, double sided)
  3. One recent passport-sized photograph (4.5 CM X 3.5 CM), white background, without glasses.
  4. Cover letter given by your company indicating the date in which you started to work.
  5. Personal Bank Statement (last 3 months).
  6. Personal Income Tax Return (ITR) or Form 16 (1 year).
  7. Photocopy of the passport (first and last page).
  8. Visa fee.*

NOTE:

  • All documents submitted must reflect complete name as shown in passport.
  • Personal presence of the applicant is mandatory for biometric process and interview.
  • The visas are granted in two working days, if the applicants fulfil all the visa requirements.
  • Having a Mexican visa gives the possibility to travel to the country, but the entry to Mexican territory is subject to the final decision of the Immigration and Health Authorities in the country.
  • The Consular Section may request further forms of proof depending on each case.

* The Embassy of Mexico in India does NOT accept denomination of rupees 500 and 1000 for consular services.

Requirements:

  1. Passport valid for at least six months.
  2. Application form duly filled. (printed in one page, double sided)
  3. One recent passport-sized photograph (4.5 CM X 3.5 CM), white background, without glasses.
  4. Cover letter given by your company indicating the date in which you started to work.
  5. Letter of invitation from the Mexican company.
  6. Personal Bank Statement (last 3 months).
  7. Personal Income Tax Return (ITR) or Form 16 (1 year).
  8. Photocopy of the passport (first and last page)
  9. Visa fee *

NOTE:

  • All documents submitted must reflect complete name as shown in passport.
  • Personal presence of the applicant is mandatory for biometric process and interview.
  • The visas are granted in two working days, if the applicants fulfil all the visa requirements.
  • Having a Mexican visa gives the possibility to travel to the country, but the entry to Mexican territory is subject to the final decision of the Immigration and Health Authorities in the country.
  • The Consular Section may request further forms of proof depending on each case.

* The Embassy of Mexico in India does NOT accept denomination of rupees 500 and 1000 for consular services.

Requirements:

  1. Passport valid for at least six months.
  2. Application form duly filled. (printed in one page, double sided)
  3. One recent passport-sized photograph (4.5 CM X 3.5 CM), white background, without glasses.
  4. Original cover letter given by your company indicating the length of your trip.
  5. Original letter of invitation from the Mexican organization (public or private). This letter must contain the following details:
  1. I.        Complete name of the person (same as in the passport) and nationality.
  2. II.        Official Registry or Denomination of the organization. (Razón Social de la organización o institución)
  3. III.        Number of the official registry, if it corresponds to the organization.
  4. IV.        Mission/objective of the organization or institution (private or public).
  5. V.        Complete address and contact information of the organization or institution.
  6. VI.        Information of the activity or project that the guest is doing in the organization.
  7. VII.        Estimated duration of the activity that the guest will undertake.
  8. VIII.        The letter will have to explicitly mention the commitment of the organization or institution to cover all expenses of the person invited during his/her stay in Mexico and the commitment of his return to his/her country of residence.
  9. IX.        Copy of an official identification with signature and photography of the person that will sign this letter.
  10. Original and photocopy of bank statements or investment proofs of the organization or institution (last 12 months).
  11. A document attesting that the applicant has the experience to carry out the activity for which he is invited (example: original degree or educational certificate).
  12. Personal Bank Statement (last 3 months).
  13. Personal Income Tax Return (ITR) or Form 16 (1 year).
  14. Photocopy of the passport (first and last page)
  15. Visa fee *

NOTE:

  • All documents submitted must reflect complete name as shown in passport.
  • Personal presence of the applicant is mandatory for biometric process and interview.
  • The visas are granted in two working days, if the applicants fulfil all the visa requirements.
  • Having a Mexican visa gives the possibility to travel to the country, but the entry to Mexican territory is subject to the final decision of the Immigration and Health Authorities in the country.
  • The Consular Section may request further forms of proof depending on each case.

* The Embassy of Mexico in India does NOT accept denomination of rupees 500 and 1000 for consular services.

To apply for this type of visa, the person needs to have a previous authorization from the National Immigration Institute (INM). To apply for this authorization your employer must contact any office of the INM (www.inm.gob.mx) in Mexico.

Requirements that need to be shown in the Consular Section:

  1. Passport valid for at least six months.
  2. Application form duly filled. (printed in one page, double sided)
  3. Copy of the authorization from the National Immigration Institute (INM).
  4. One recent passport-sized photograph (4.5 CM X 3.5 CM), white background, without glasses.
  5. Photocopy of the passport (first and last page)
  6. Visa fee *

NOTE:

  • All documents submitted must reflect complete name as shown in passport.
  • Personal presence of the applicant is mandatory for biometric process and interview.
  • The visas are granted in two working days, if the applicants fulfil all the visa requirements.
  • Having a Mexican visa gives the possibility to travel to the country, but the entry to Mexican territory is subject to the final decision of the Immigration and Health Authorities in the country.

* The Embassy of Mexico in India does NOT accept denomination of rupees 500 and 1000 for consular services.

Requirements for spouse:

  1. Passport valid for at least six months.
  2. Application form duly filled. (printed in one page, double sided)
  3. One recent passport-sized photograph (4.5 CM X 3.5 CM), white background, without glasses.
  4. Original and photocopy of marriage certificate dully apostilled.
  5. Photocopy of the spouse’s Mexican visa.
  6. Original letter given by your spouse’s company indicating the full names of the dependents.
  7. Bank Statement of the employee (last 6 months).
  8. Income Tax Return (ITR) or Form 16 of the employee (1 year).
  9. Photocopy of the passport (first and last page)
  10. Visa fee *

Requirements for children:

  1. Passport valid for at least six months.
  2. Application form duly filled (Printed in one page, double sided).
  3. One recent passport-sized photograph (4.5 CM X 3.5 CM), white background, without glasses.
  4. Original and photocopy of the birth certificate duly apostilled.
  5. Photocopy of the employee’s Mexican visa.
  6. Original letter given by the employee’s company indicating the full names of the dependents.
  7. Bank Statement of the employee (last 6 months).
  8. Income Tax Return (ITR) or Form 16 of the employee (1 year).
  9. Photocopy of the passport (first and last page)
  10. Visa fee *

NOTE:

  • All documents submitted must reflect complete name as shown in passport.
  • Personal presence of the applicant is mandatory for biometric process and interview.
  • The visas are granted in two working days, if the applicants fulfil all the visa requirements.
  • Having a Mexican visa gives the possibility to travel to the country, but the entry to Mexican territory is subject to the final decision of the Immigration and Health Authorities in the country.
  • The Consular Section may request further forms of proof depending on each case.

* The Embassy of Mexico does NOT accept denomination of rupees 500 and 1000 for consular services.

Citizens of India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka or the Maldives who wish to enroll for more than six months in a Mexican School, College or University, either public or private, must obtain a student visa.

Requirements:

  1. Passport valid for at least six months.
  2. Application form duly filled (printed in one page, double sided).
  3. One recent passport-sized photograph (4.5 CM X 3.5 CM), white background, without glasses.
  4. Original acceptance letter from the school or university in Mexico.
    • In the case that the student received a scholarship forhis/herstudies, please indicated in the letter.
  5. Letter from the student's parent, sponsor or legal guardian certifying that he/she 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 3 months).
  7. Income Tax Return from the student’s parent, sponsor or legal guardian (1 year).
  8. Photocopy of the passport (first and last page).
  9. Visa Fee*

NOTE:

  • All documents submitted must reflect complete name as shown in passport.
  • Personal presence of the applicant is mandatory for biometric process and interview.
  • The visas are granted in two working days, if the applicants fulfil all the visa requirements.
  • Having a Mexican visa gives the possibility to travel to the country, but the entry to Mexican territory is subject to the final decision of the Immigration and Health Authorities in the country.
  • The Consular Section may request further forms of proof depending on each case.

* The Embassy of Mexico in India does NOT accept denomination of rupees 500 and 1000 for consular services.

 

Note:

  1. Holders of Diplomatic or Officials Passports, please contact the Consular Section to check if you require Mexican Visa.
  2. Official/Clergy of Religious Organizations require prior authorization granted by the Immigration Authority of Mexico (Instituto Nacional de Migración, INM).
  3. The Consular Section is closed the last working day of the month.

 

::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 Wednesday, 17 December 2014 12:56
 


México, Algunos derechos reservados