Mexico Visa | Documents required 2


Visa is required by all except those who can obtain a Blue Tourist Card for the tourism purpose from their airline on direct flights, at the port of entry, or from the Mexican Consulate before travelling.

  1. Nationals of Australia, Austria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, France, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Portugal, Slovak Republic and Slovenia can stay for up to 90 days.
  2. Nationals of Andorra, Argentina, Bermuda, Chile, Costa Rica, Liechtenstein, New Zealand, Norway, San Marino, Singapore, Switzerland and Uruguay can get the visa for stays of up to 180 days.
  3. Nationals of Hong Kong (SAR), Iceland, Israel, Korea (Rep) and Monaco for up to 90 days;
  4. Nationals of Venezuela for stays of up to 30 days.

For more details, please visit https://www.gob.mx/tramites/migracion-visa-y-pasaporte

Mexican Visa types:

Visa for foreigners traveling to Mexico


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2 thoughts on “Mexico Visa | Documents required

  • Minerva Dolores Ortiz

    Very difficult to reach immigration office by telephone to ask a question. First number dialed (as given online) was incorrect. Second number was told to leave an extension for the person I wanted to reach, I did not have anyone’s extension. Third number rang multiple times with no answer culminating in dial tone.

  • John Kenmuir

    September 22, 2021: drove from Ciudad Obregon to Guaymas to try and find the local INM office, without success. There are two listings for the INM office on Google maps but both of these are false. I also filled out the forms to transfer my temporary residence visa to a permanent residence visa several weeks ago but have not received any news about my application; and I asked a notary in Ciudad Obregon to help me with this process, but it is starting to look like he hasn’t even begun the application (just keeps making excuses about why nothing has been done).