Visa is required if you are a citizen of:
For family members (spouse, children or parents) to accompany you, you must prove their migratory status.
As a tourist, you are allowed to remain in Mexico 180 days.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Be aware that all steps for visa application take about 4 weeks to be completed, so it is essential that you send the above information at your earliest convenience to avoid difficulties.
Visa is not required if you are a citizen of:
You can enter Mexico without a visa by showing your passport and the "Migration Form for Tourists, Transmigrants, Visiting Businesspersons or Visiting Consultants", which you can obtain from travel agencies, airlines or at your point of entry into Mexico.
This option also applies for permanent legal residents in the USA, Canada or Japan, regardless of nationality.
Under an agreement with Canada and the USA, those countries' citizens may prove their nationality with a passport or other public documents, such as:
If any of these documents lack a photograph, travelers must prove their nationality with another official identification:
Although Canadian and US citizens do not need a passport, the National Institute of Migration recommends one to expedite passage through the point of entry and it is important to point out that U.S. citizens will require a passport to re-enter U.S. by air
* Chinese citizens with passports issued by the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.
When traveling to Mexico, US citizens please check immigration requirements in: