Holders of a valid Canada, US, Japan, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, or Schengen area country visa, and regardless of their nationality, do NOT need a visa to visit Mexico. The length of stay will be determined by the immigration authorities at the point of entry, on a case by case basis, but will not exceed 180 days.
Permanent residents of the United States of America, Canada, United Kingdom, Japan and countries within the Schengen space do NOT need a visa to visit Mexico. The length of stay will be determined by the immigration authorities at the point of entry, on a case by case basis, but will not exceed 180 days.
Visa holders are allowed to travel to Mexico, however entry to the country is subject to the final decision of the Immigration and Health Authorities in Mexico on a case by case basis.
Visa applicants must complete their visa application process individually and in person. Each person who needs a visa must submit a separate application.
Documents requested by the Consular Section must be authentic.
According to Mexican Law, presenting modified, altered or false documents for official purposes is a crime. In such cases applicants will be registered permanently and will not be eligible to obtain a Mexican visa. The Consular Section might share information with local authorities.
Documents in Arabic must be translated into Spanish by an official translator. Official documents issued in English are accepted.
Once you gather the required documents, schedule an appointment by calling +962 6 593 99 71/74. Business hours are 9:00 AM to 14:00 PM, Sunday to Thursday.
All applicants must undertake a consular interview. Biometrics will be taken (digital photo and fingerprints).
Additional documents may be requested by the Consular Section.
Visa processing will take maximum 10 working days. In the case of missing documents, applicants must submit the additional required documents within these 10 days.
Visa fee is $40 US dollars. You will have to pay the exact amount in USD at any Arab Bank Office.
· Minor travelling to Mexico
- For minors travelling to Mexico, both parents will have to submit personally the visa application.
- In case one of the parents is not able to submit personally the application, the other parent has to submit a notarized authorization or document issued by local authorities, in which the absent parent consents his child to obtain a Mexican visa.
- In the case of minors whose parental authority only corresponds to one of the parents by judicial sentence, a certified copy of the official document will have to be submitted.
- Taken within the last 6 months to reflect your current appearance.
- In color, without retouching or Photoshop.
- 4 cm x 3 cm.
- Taken in front of a plain white or off-white background.
- Taken in full-face view directly facing the camera.
- With a neutral facial expression and both eyes open.
- Your full face must be visible, without glasses, ornaments or large earrings.