Frequently asked questions

Citizens of the following countries do not need a visa to engage in non-remunerated activities (tourism, transit, business, studies, journalism, technical assistance, etc.) for less than 180 days.

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Mexican authorities do not require a minimum period of validity for passports. Nevertheless, the document must be valid at the time of entry and during the period you wish to stay in Mexico.

Travelers are allowed to take their medications as part of their baggage and duty free allowance. If the medications contain psychotropic substances, a prescription from the doctor will be required, along with a certified translation into English or Spanish.

No vaccines are required to enter Mexico.

No COVID PASS is required to enter Mexico.

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The requirements for marriage in Mexico may be slightly different in each of the 32 Federal Entities, including Mexico City (a.k.a., CDMX). Therefore, foreigners wishing to get married in Mexico must directly contact the competent authorities where they intend to get married.

Remember that all foreign documents presented to the Civil Registry must be "apostilled" in their country of origin, in this case in SWEDEN, and translated into Spanish by a certified translator in Mexico.

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