What to Do if You Have an Emergency and Must Leave Mexico Before Your Residency Is Confirmed? You have an emergency and must leave Mexico. However, your canje, residency renewal or change of condition procedure is still in progress. In this article we explain what to do. If you want… Read More
There are several steps between getting your Mexican visa at a consulate and receiving your resident card. Read on for a summary. Arrival in Mexico After arriving in Mexico with your new visa, you have 30 days to begin the procedure to obtain your resident card at the INM (immigration… Read More
You had a successful meeting at the consulate and got the Mexican visa in your passport. Congratulations! In this article, we answer the most common questions about the next steps to obtaining your resident’s card. How long can I wait before I have to enter Mexico with my visa? In… Read More
How to Get Permanent Residency in Mexico Permanent residency allows you to live indefinitely in Mexico, and it has many benefits. There are various ways to get permanent residency in Mexico; let’s review them. Take the direct route to permanent residency 1) You can get permanent residency from a Mexican… Read More
If you are in Mexico when your temporary resident card expires, you will have 60 days to start the process of regularization to get a new resident card.
There are various options for you after temporary residency. In this article we look at temporary residency renewal, reapplication and change of condition.
If you’re thinking of applying for temporary or permanent residency in Mexico, it can help to know the pros and cons of each procedure. In this article, we outline what to consider before initiating a Mexican immigration application.
For most Mexican immigration applications it is necessary to make an appointment at a Mexican consulate. Follow the steps below to do that directly with your chosen consulate or via the Mexitel online appointment service. Depending on the Mexican consulate you choose, you may be able to schedule an appointment… Read More
There are several ways of obtaining temporary or permanent residency in Mexico. If you don’t have any Mexican born relatives in your immediate family or immediate family members who are holders of resident cards in Mexico, this is what you have to do. Mexico Immigration Requirements The first step to… Read More
Become a Temporary Resident in Mexico by FAMILY UNITY Required documentation: Original and copy of Passport of the applicant Original and Copy of Multiple Migratory Form (FMM), visitor card or student temporary resident card. Original and two (2) copies of proof of payment of rights (you will have to pay… Read More