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ETA Visa to Mexico

Mexico tourist visa is a valid traveler permit to enter and stay in a Mexico for a period of time, which predetermined for tourism and Holiday purposes.

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ETA Visa to Mexico

Mexico tourist visa is a valid traveler permit to enter and stay in a Mexico for a period of time, which predetermined for tourism and Holiday purposes.

Check if you need a Travel Visa

To provide information regarding your eligibility & applicable fees, please select your citizenship.


What is the process of applying Mexico tourist visa?

Central Mexico is home to historic capitals such as Tenochtitlan's Aztec City and Mexico City's bustling metropolitan area; Quintana Roo's perfect coastline is to the south, and the forested mountains of the Sierra Norte just outside of Oaxaca (and so much more) are to the north. Mexico is an awesome country in which to backpack around, travel through, or just vacation. There are more things to do here, and the residents are some of the planet's friendliest people. From Mayan ruins and dense jungles to pristine Coast surfing beaches on the Pacific Coast and the seediness of Tijuana — and all in between Discover the vibrant energy and artistic, graffiti-filled neighborhoods of Mexico City, read about Chichen Itza's Mayan civilization, and gorge yourselves on delicious tacos, tostadas, and tamales (to name a few things from the very long list of traditional dishes in Mexico). There are some people’s need a Mexico tourist visa to visit Mexico. They are mentioned below.

Mexico flag between traveler's accessories on old vintage map. overhead shot

The Mexico tourist visa is a short-term visa granted for tourism reasons. This form of visa is only granted for recreation, sight-seeing, meeting friends/relatives.

The following nationalities are eligible for the Mexico tourist visa: Russia, Ukraine, and Turkey.

Below nationalities are exempted from Mexico tourist visa:

Asia

Japan, Macau.

Central America

Bahamas, Barbados, Costa Rica, Belize, Curacao, Jamaica, British Virgin Islands, Panama, Netherlands Antilles, Sint Maarten, Puerto Rico, Trinidad, and Tobago

Europe

Albania, Belgium, Andorra, Bulgaria, Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Cyprus, Estonia, France, Greece, Finland, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Iceland, Latvia, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, Liechtenstein, Norway, Lithuania, Poland, Luxembourg, Portugal, San Marino, Romania, Slovakia, United Kingdom, Spain, Switzerland, Slovenia, Sweden.

Middle East

Israel, United Arab Emirates

North America

Bermuda, United States of America, Canada

Oceania

French Polynesia, Guam, Australia, Marshall Islands, New Zealand, Palau, Micronesia

South America

Argentina, Chile, Brazil, Colombia, Paraguay, Ecuador, Peru, Venezuela, Uruguay

Southeast Asia

Singapore, Hong Kong, South Korea, Malaysia

The Mexican government charges 0 USD as a Mexico visa cost. Our visa widget will help you to find out the visa cost. A service cost of USD 10 will be additionally charged to help you acquire your visa.

A Mexico tourist visa is valid for 180 days from the date of the first arrival in Mexico. A single entry will be allowed within the e-Visa validity period stamped on the passport.

The passport of visitors, who are planning to visit Mexico using the Mexico tourist visa, needs to have at least six months' validity from the date of entry into Mexico.

For a Mexico tourist visa, the following documents are needed:

  1. Photocopy of the passport valid at least six months and contain one blank page, A copy of the passport page displaying data and photo.
  2. Air Ticket Reservation with return
  3. Valid International Vaccine Certificate

You are allowed to enter Mexico using a Mexico tourist visa through any international airports in Malaysia.

No. A Mexico tourist visa must be obtained before you enter Mexico.

The traveler should carry a copy of the Mexico tourist visa with them at the time of entry into Mexico. Confirm that your visa is shown as “GRANTED” before you try to enter the country. Mexico Immigration will provide your visa.

Yes. A child’s passport must be valid for at least the next six months after the date of arrival in Mexico.

No. A Mexico visa is not valid for employment. You must apply for a regular visa in order to work in Mexico.

Travelers with dual or multiple nationalities must choose the nationality and passport, which is eligible for them to obtain a Mexico visa.

Yes. However, travelers applying for a Mexico visa can apply using the passport of the eligible country.

Businessman holding card of mexico flag

No. You cannot apply for a Mexico visa online if you do not have a valid passport from an eligible country with at least six months' validity from the date of arrival in Mexico.

No. The applicant will receive their visa and stamped it inside the passport at the Mexico Immigration Arrival counter. When the Mexico visa application is approved, the Approval Letter is sent directly to your designated e-mail addressAll applicants are required to print out the eta Approval Letter and present it to the Immigration Officer upon arrival.

When using a Mexico visa, you can use it for recreation, sight-seeing, meeting friends or relatives.

The applicant must prove the purpose of travel by presenting a valid passport, valid accommodation booking, return flight ticket, and travel itinerary.

No. Upon approval, Click2Visas will send the applicant their Mexico visa via e-mail in PDF format.

Yes, all travelers need to have a valid Mexico visa before traveling to Mexico.

No, the validity period of the Mexico visa begins from the date specified on their application. The traveler can enter Mexico on any date within this period.

No. The Mexico visa is just a landing authorization. It’s up to Mexico customs authorities to allow entry to a traveler upon arrival.

  1. Embassy of Mexico – Washington DC
  2. Consulate of Mexico - Albuquerque
  3. Consulate General of Mexico - Atlanta
  4. Consulate General of Mexico - Austin
  5. Consulate General of Mexico - Boise
  6. Consulate General of Mexico - Boston
  7. Consulate General of Mexico - Brownsville
  8. Consulate General of Mexico - Calexico
  9. Honorary Consulate of Mexico – Charlotte
  10. Consulate General of Mexico - Chicago
  11. Consulate General of Mexico - Dallas
  12. Consulate General of Mexico – Del Rio
  13. Consulate General of Mexico - Denver
  14. Consulate General of Mexico - Detroit
  15. Consulate General of Mexico – Douglas
  16. Consulate General of Mexico – Eagle Pass
  17. Consulate General of Mexico – El Paso
  18. Consulate General of Mexico - Philadelphia
  19. Consulate General of Mexico - Fresno
  20. Honorary Consulate of Mexico – Honolulu
  21. Consulate General of Mexico - Houston
  22. Consulate General of Mexico - Indianapolis
  23. Consulate General of Mexico – Kansas City
  24. Consulate General of Mexico - Laredo
  25. Consulate General of Mexico – Las Vegas
  26. Consulate General of Mexico – Little Rock
  27. Consulate General of Mexico – Los Angeles
  28. Honorary Consulate of Mexico – Madison
  29. Consulate General of Mexico - McAllen
  30. Consulate General of Mexico - Miami
  31. Consulate General of Mexico - Milwaukee
  32. Consulate General of Mexico - Nogales
  33. Consulate General of Mexico – New Orleans
  34. Consulate General of Mexico – New York
  35. Consulate General of Mexico - Omaha
  36. Consulate General of Mexico - Orlando
  37. Consulate General of Mexico - Oxnard
  38. Consulate General of Mexico - Phoenix
  39. Consulate General of Mexico - Portland
  40. Consulate General of Mexico – Presidio
  41. Consulate General of Mexico - Raleigh
  42. Honorary Consulate of Mexico – Richmond
  43. Consulate General of Mexico - Sacramento
  44. Consulate General of Mexico – Saint Paul
  45. Honorary Consulate of Mexico – Salinas
  46. Consulate General of Mexico – Salt Lake City
  47. Consulate General of Mexico – San Antonio
  48. Consulate General of Mexico – San Bernardino
  49. Consulate General of Mexico – San Diego
  50. Consulate General of Mexico – San Francisco
  51. Consulate General of Mexico – San Jose
  52. Consulate General of Mexico – Santa Ana
  53. Consulate General of Mexico - Seattle
  54. Consulate General of Mexico - Tucson
  55. Consulate General of Mexico - Yuma