ALL CONSULAR SERVICES ARE WITH APPOINTMENT ONLY
(ONE APPOINTMENT FOR EACH VISA APPLICANT)
ALL PASSPORTS MUST HAVE A MINIMUM VALIDITY OF SIX MONTHS AND ONE BLANK PAGE AVAILABLE FOR STAMPED VISAS
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR VISA APPLICANTS
- Visa applications will only be accepted with a scheduled appointment.
- Submission of visa applications and collection of passports are strictly personal.
- Applicants are responsible to present all required documents as indicated on the Visa Section of the Embassy’s website.
- There will be no prior review of documents once a visa application is submitted.
- The Consular officer may request further documents in support of the visa application.
- Visas are subject to approval after a consular interview with the applicant.
- The visa fee must be paid in cash when submitting a visa application. Payment is non-refundable and does not guarantee approval of the visa application.
- The Consular Section does not issue express visas. Visas, if granted, are issued in 5 to 10 working days.
- Admission of entry to Mexico will be determined exclusively by the Immigration Authority at the point of entry.
EXEMPTION OF THE MEXICAN VISA FOR NATIONALITIES THAT REQUIRE A MEXICAN VISA TO TRAVEL TO MEXICO
Holders of the following valid documents are exempted from the requirement of the Mexican visa to travel to Mexico for a period of entry not exceeding 180 days and for non-gainful activities.
PERMANENT RESIDENCE CARDS FROM
ANY OF THE SCHENGEN COUNTRIES
ANY OF THE SCHENGEN COUNTRIES
The Immigration Authority at the point of entry may request the traveler to present the following documents as proof of the intended period of stay and purpose of entry to Mexico: hotel reservation, flight itinerary (round or onward ticket), tour itinerary (if applicable). Admission of entry to Mexico will be determined exclusively by the Immigration Authority at the point of entry.
- The Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA) is NOT considered a valid United States visa for the purpose of traveling to Mexico under the exemption of the Mexican visa.
- Holders of Singapore and Malaysia passports do not require a Mexican visa to travel to Mexico for a period of entry not exceeding 180 days and for non-gainful activities.
- Nationals of Bangladesh, Brunei Darussalam, China, India, Indonesia, Myanmar, Nepal, Philippines, Sri Lanka and Taiwan are required to apply for the Mexican visa unless holding a valid visa or permanent residence card from the countries indicated on the list above.
- Please make an appointment online MEXITEL
- Download the application form and fill it in accordingly. (Formato en español
- Present along all documents required on the appointment date. The Embassy reserves the right not to process incomplete applications.
- Submission of applications and collection of visas are strictly personal.
- Always present original and photocopies of documents.
- The visa fee must be paid in cash in Singapore Dollars when submitting the application at the Consular Section of the Embassy (Consular Fees
- The Embassy does not issue express visas. Visas are issued in 5 to 10 working days.
The Consular officer may request further documents when presenting the application.
The visa will be subject to approval after the consular interview.
MINORS APPLYING FOR VISA
- Visa applications of minors must be signed by both parents in the presence of the consular officer.
- If one of the parents cannot attend the appointment with the minor, it is mandatory to submit a notarized authorization from the parent who cannot be present, to allow the minor to apply for the visa, and, if approved, to travel to Mexico.
- If someone different from their parents will assist with the minor to the appointment, it is mandatory to submit a notarized authorization from the parents allowing the minor to apply for the visa accompanied by a legal guardianship, and, if approved, to travel to Mexico.
Only if you are granted a Mexican visa, you will be able to travel to Mexico. Nevertheless, the visa document does not guarantee entry to the country.
At the point of entry, Mexican immigration authorities may ask you information and questions pertaining to confirm the reasons you are traveling to Mexico, the length of your stay, and how you are financing your trip.
As in all countries, Mexican immigration authorities will verify the authenticity of all the documents you present, as well as the truthfulness of the information you provide. They will also confirm that no outright restriction exists.
All visitors are required to complete and present the immigration form “Forma Migratoria Múltiple” upon arrival to Mexico.
REQUIRED DOCUMENTS FOR VISA