Countries and regions that do require a visa to travel to Mexico:
Countries and regions that do not require a visa to travel to Mexico:
Yes, all applicants regardless of age or nationality need to obtain an appointment to apply for a visa.
Each applicant needs to take online appointment separately.
No, the only way to book an appointment without giving any preference to anyone is through Mexitel webpage:
Please check on the website the list of documents to be presented. All requirements must be met before applying for an appointment:
No, visa validity cannot be changed modified or extended by any conditions.
The payment of the visa application must be done at the following bank accounts, only when all the documents to apply for a visa are gathered and after booking an appointment:
ELECTRONIC TRANSFER ONLY:
23 Basant Lok Market,
New Delhi, 110057
Name: Consular-Embassy of Mexico
Account Number: 409001450300
IFSC Code: RATN0000182
Please include your passport number as reference
Please include your last five digit of appointment reference number in Remark Section
C-17, Anand Niketan,
Opp. South Campus, Delhi University,
New Delhi, 110021
Name: Consular Section Embassy of Mexico
Account Number: 50200040168760
Remember that the payment is nonrefundable and needs to be done after booking an appointment and once all the requested documents have been gathered. To avoid inconveniences, please make sure that you bring your complete documents and information.
No, the exchange rate fee is updated every month so please check on the website.
Yes, please include your last five-digit appointment number as a reference in Remark section.
Pay each visa fees separately.
Yes, it is mandatory.
Please ask your employer /main applicant to check with the local office of the National Immigration Institute (INAMI) in Mexico for an extension. Please note that NUT holders will not be affected on validity during pandemic and until further notice.
The authorization issued by the INMI stands for a permission for a consular interview and does not represent a visa stamping authorization. Visa issuance/denial always depends upon the result of the consular interview.
No, each applicant needs to present separate applications with separate appointment and carry separate sets of documents.
Yes, each applicant needs to take separate appointment regardless of age.
Once you booked your appointment, this cannot be change, reschedule, or modify in any way. If you are unable to attend, you will need to book another appointment at the Mexitel site only.
No, the only way to book an appointment without giving any preference to anyone is through our webpage:
If the Mexitel calendar shows no availability it means that it is fully booked. It is recommended to keep monitoring the page for updates.
No. Please note that your name in all documents must match the information as it appears in your passport.
Yes, for Indian nationals it should be apostilled by Ministry of External Affairs from India only, for the other nationals (Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Maldives) it should be Legalized by the Embassy of Mexico in India.
Yes, in minor and dependent cases it needs to be apostilled by Ministry of External Affairs from India only, for the other nationals (Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Maldives) it should be Legalized by the Embassy of Mexico in India. Please note that all the information MUST match in all the documents exactly.
No, you cannot use for your all family. NUT means unique number of application, which means the NUT number is related to one person only and cannot be use for multiple applicants.
Please check with the local office of the National Immigration Institute (INAMI) in Mexico:
Please note that the only office for consular services is in the Embassy of Mexico, New Delhi.
No, visa applications can only be process at the Consular Office in the Mexican Embassy in New Delhi. No other office or website is authorized.
Please note that if there are no appointments available at the site, the site will not be able to validate NUT information.
No, the only way to book an appointment is trough MEXITEL
Please note that Mexitel site is not administrated by the Embassy/Consulate.
For information about traveling to Mexico with visas other than a Mexican Visa, please visit:
Note that Holders of any valid U.S.A., Canada, Japan, United Kingdom, Schengen visas (any nationality) or permanent residence of U.S.A., Canada, Japan, United Kingdom, Schengen, Pacific Alliance (Colombia, Peru, Chile) DO NOT require a Mexican visa to travel on business, tourism, or transit purpose for or less than 180 days if they present any of the mentioned documents at the point of entry.
Immigration authorities keep the right to grant or deny entry to the country. Officials can request information regarding the purpose and length of your trip, as well as the means to cover your expenses while you stay in the country.
Please check with the airline.
No, you will be requested to book an appointment prior submitting a visa application.
If your application was related to a job offer, the INM will notify directly to your employer the result of the review.
If your application was related to a family reunion visa, the INM will notify directly to your spouse/main applicant the result of the review.
The FMM or Tourist Card it is not a Mexican visa, it is the immigration form that every foreigner entering Mexico must present to the immigration authorities, along with a valid passport and visa. The form can be obtained in the following government link or directly at the time of arrival, where you can pay the requested cost.
Please refer to the question number 1 to know if you need a visa to travel to Mexico.
To avoid any confusion, write complete sentences and words, it is important to be clear in what you ask.
No, the visa must be valid