Embassy of Mexico in Egypt
1. Visa application form (one for each traveler)
Duly filled in English or Spanish (Latin characters) and signed by the applicant.
In the case of minors or disabled persons, the application form must be signed by BOTH PARENTS or the persons that exercise parental authority.
It must be valid at least six months from the intended date of entry into Mexico.
Good quality photocopies of the personal data pages that contain the following information:
Passport number, signature, validity period, or renewals.
Original and photocopies of previous passports, visas and entry stamps.
3. Visa application fee $36 USD.
Payment information will be provided in order to deposit the NON-REFUNDABLE FEE before the consular interview. The visa application fee is not refundable regardless of the visa interview result.
4. One recent (no more than 30 days) colour photo
Size: 3.5 x 2.5 cm, white background, NO DIGITAL RETOUCH (NO PHOTOSHOP)
The face must be uncovered, without glasses or any kind of decorations.
5. The following documents in original and photocopies:
a) Last six monthly bank statements and letter from the bank account opening date and financial balance. This documentation must be duly signed and stamped by the bank.
b) Employment letter/H.R. letter addressed to the Embassy of Mexico, issued on letterhead paper and stating the applicant’s position, period of employment, monthly/annual salary and the company’s contact details.
b-2) In the case of business owners: commercial registry, tax card and certificate of membership to the Chamber of Commerce.
c) Property deeds.
d) For economic dependents (wife, children under 25 years old), documents that prove the family relation.
e) Students require a letter from the Education Institution stating enrollment details (course name, period, etc.)
f) For business trips: ORIGINAL invitation letter issued by a Mexican public or private organization stating the applicant’s personal information, purpose and length of stay in Mexico and the entity responsible for the applicant’s trip expenses. The letter is valid only when issued on letterhead paper, it includes the company contact details and it is signed; the official ID of the signatory must be attached.
6. Consular Interview
It is the applicant’s responsibility to COMPLETELY provide the abovementioned requirements the day of the interview. THE EMBASSY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CANCEL THE APPOINTMENT IF THE DOCUMENTATION IS INCOMPLETE.
B) The Embassy will set an appointment on the earliest available date. THERE ARE NOT URGENT APPOINTMENTS.
C) The day of the interview the applicant must present the complete required documentation.
D) Once the consular interview has been performed, the Embassy has up to 10 (TEN) working days to issue the visa application result on the Embassy’s website. Only the reference numbers of the approved applications will be published on the Embassy´s website.
a) The Embassy of Mexico reserves the right to request further documentation.
b) Documents in Arabic or another language different to English must be translated into Spanish by a certified translation office. The original document must also be presented along with its translation.
c) According to Mexico’s Migration Law, the visa issuance does not guarantee the entrance into Mexico: the final admission is subject to the approval by the migratory and sanitary authorities at the point of entry.
d) Mexican Migration Law imposes severe restrictions on children traveling alone or in the company of adults other than their parents. Therefore, it is important that those traveling with children provide a legal proof of relationship.
Residents of or valid visas holders to the United States of America, United Kingdom, Canada, Japan or any Schengen country, can travel to Mexico without a Mexican visa:
At the point of entry, you will be required to present the following documentation:
1. A valid passport
2. Valid visa or proof of permanent residence in USA, United Kingdom, Canada, Japan or any Schengen country.
3. Hotel bookings or return or onward flight ticket.
5. Documentation related to the purpose of your trip (tour itinerary, company invitation, etc.)
6. Documents proving financial means.
A VISA DOES NOT GUARANTEE THE ENTRY INTO A COUNTRY