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Mexico Visa for Indians

Mexico, a captivating country in North America, is known for its delicious cuisine, lively culture, and beautiful beaches. It is home to the ancient ruins from the Maya and Aztec civilisations, adding a historical charm to its vibrant culture.

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However, before you begin your journey to Mexico, you will need to be familiar with Mexico visa requirements. This guide delves into various Mexican visa types, the application process, and the essential documents needed for a successful visa application.

About Mexico Visa

Many Indians are excited to visit Mexico to enjoy the beautiful blend of cultural heritage and stunning landscapes. Some are interested in studying there or seeking employment there as well. Here are some essential facts about Mexico that you should know before you apply for a visa.

Key Facts Details
Country Mexico
Currency Mexican Peso (MXN 1 = INR 4.54)
Time Zone UTC-8 to UTC-5 (6 time zones)
Capital City Mexico City
Official Languages Spanish
Popular Tourist Destinations Mexico City, Cancun, Cabo San Lucas, Playa del Carmen, Riviera Nayarit
Visa Application Method In-person

Features of a Mexico Visa

Learning about the unique features of a Mexico visa will help you navigate the application process smoothly.

  • Visa-free entry for visa holders of certain countries: Those who have a valid multiple-entry visa to specified countries like the USA, the United Kingdom, Japan, Canada, and Schengen countries, can visit Mexico without prior visa application. However, this is valid only for a stay of up to 180 days for tourism, transit, and business.
  • Fast processing: The Mexico visa processing time is only 2 working days, provided that the applicant has submitted all the required details in their application form along with the required documents.

Documents Required to Apply for a Mexico Visa

You need to attach several documents with your Mexico visa application. These documents are used to verify your identity, travel purpose, financial ability, etc.

Documents Required for Mexico Tourist Visa

Here's a table outlining the documents required for a Tourist Visa.

Document Description Requirements
Original valid passport Original passport which is valid for at least 6 months validity beyond the intended stay. Attach the photocopy of the first and last page.
Application form The application form must be completely filled and printed on one page, double-sided.
Photograph meeting Mexico visa photo requirements One recent passport-sized photograph.
Size: 4.5 cm X 3.5 cm
White background
Cover letter from employer Includes employer details, signed with a copy of the signatory's passport or PAN card.
Salary slips Pay slips for the last 3 months, stamped and signed by the company.
Cover Letter A letter explaining the detailed purpose and duration of the visit.
Proof of financial means 1. Submit proof of financial ability to pay for your trip. You can submit:
2. Bank statements for the previous 3 months
Income tax return
3. Form 16

Documents Required for Mexico Work Visa with NUT

Do you wish to work for a company located in Mexico? You need to apply for a Temporary Resident Visa called 'Work Visa with NUT'. 'Número Único de Trámite' or 'NUT' is an interview authorisation. Here are the additional documents you need to submit.

Document Description Requirements
Authorization from the National Immigration Institute Official approval from INAMI (National Immigration Institute) allowing work in Mexico.
Cover Letter from Employer Cover letter from your employer mentioning the purpose, estimated departure date, and trip duration.
Job offer letter/Employment letter A letter describing your job position, contract duration, workplace, monthly salary in Mexican Pesos, and signatory's ID.
Government-issued ID of the signatory (employer representative). Identification of the person signing the employment letter.

Documents Required for Mexico Student Visa

Mexico offers student visas for those who wish to study at a Mexican university. Here is a list of the additional documents you need to submit for this visa.

Document Description Requirements
Acceptance letter from the University Includes institution details, student's name and nationality, and course details (level, area, name, duration, dates, cost).
Proof of economic ability 1. Proof that you can pay for your studies. You can attach:
2. Bank statements or pay slips (last 3 months), certified by the bank.
3. Documentation confirming scholarship details.
4. Parents' bank statements if they are sponsoring your education.
Copy of government-issued ID of the signatory (for institution's letter). Identification of the person signing the acceptance letter.

Mexico Visa Types

The first step of the Mexico visa application process is determining the correct visa type. There are multiple Mexico visa types serving different travel purposes and stay durations. Here's a table detailing the different Mexico visa types, their descriptions, and the maximum stay allowed:

Visa Type Description Maximum Stay Permitted
Tourist Visa For tourism purposes, such as vacations or visiting family. Up to 180 days (can be renewed once).
Business Visa For conducting business activities in Mexico. Up to 180 days (can be renewed once).
Work Visa with NUT For employment with a specific employer in Mexico. Duration depends on the employment contract and NUT authorisation.
Family Reunion Visa with NUT For joining family members who are Mexican citizens or residents. Duration depends on family circumstances and NUT authorisation.
Work Visa for less than 180 days For short-term employment or specific projects in Mexico. Up to 180 days
Student Visa (more than 6 months) For studying at an educational institution in Mexico. Duration of the study program.

Note:NUT refers to "National Immigration Institute" (Instituto Nacional de Migración), which oversees immigration matters in Mexico.

Who Can Apply for a Mexico Visa?

According to Mexico visa requirements, those who meet the following criteria can apply for a Mexico visa.

  • You have a valid purpose for visiting Mexico such as tourism, work, study, or family reunion.
  • You are an Indian citizen with a svalid passport.
  • Your purpose of visit aligns with one of the available visa categories (tourism, temporary residence, permanent residence).
  • You possess sufficient financial means to support your stay in Mexico.

How to Apply for a Mexico Visa?

The Mexico visa application process involves submitting a visa application along with the required documents. Here's the step-by-step process of how to apply for Mexico visa as an Indian.

  1. Get your documents ready: Make sure you have everything you need, like your passport, filled-out application form, passport photos, proof of money, accommodation details, photos as per Mexico visa photo requirements, travel plans, and flight details.
  2. Book an appointment: Book your visa appointment through the official CITAS portal. As per the Mexico visa requirements, you can book an appointment through this portal only.
  3. Pay the fee: Use the website to pay the visa fee online.
  4. Submit the application: Submit your application along with your documents on the date of your appointment. You will also need to provide photos and biometric information like your fingerprints.
  5. Track your application: After the interview, you can check the status of your visa application. When it's approved, pick up your passport from the embassy or consulate.
  6. Collect your passport: The average Mexico visa processing time is only 2 working days. Once you receive approval, you or an authorised person can collect your passport.

Mexico Visa Fees

You have to pay your Mexico visa fees before attending your visa appointment. There is a fixed Mexico visa fee for all visa types.

Visa type Mexico visa fees
All visa applications INR 4557

*Visa fee subject to exchange rate fluctuations

How to Check Mexico Visa Status?

You will be updated about whether your visa is approved or rejected within just 2 working days. Meanwhile, you may contact the Mexican embassy to check your Mexico visa status.

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