Visitante sin permiso para realizar actividades remuneradas;. Visitante con permiso para realizar actividades remuneradas, y. Tarjetas de visitante y de residente. Las tarjetas de visitante y de residente son documentos migratorios expedidos por el Instituto que permiten a las personas extranjeras acreditar las siguientes condiciones de estancia:. Tarjeta de visitante regional.

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One of our first orders of business after getting settled was to complete our visa process. Though we still had plenty of time, we were of the opinion of getting the process kicked off sooner rather than later. In Mexican Immigration Visas — Getting Started , we talked about about the first part of the visa process. Typically in your home country.

Unfortunately, the aforementioned link only lists the main offices and not the satellite offices. I would suggest either contacting the main INM office in your respective state, doing a Google search or simply asking locals if a satellite office exists in your town, if the main office is not convenient. You basically have one of two choices to complete the process.

You can either do it yourself or hire someone i. We chose the latter for several reasons. Given our limited Spanish and newness to the country, we thought it would be best to hire someone with a proven track record to make sure it was not only done right but also done right the first time.

However, if you chose to do the visa process on your own, here is what you need to know. You will need ALL the below to complete the process.

I would strongly encourage you to go to the INM office you intend on using and speaking to an INM agent in-person to confirm not only what documentation is needed but also the different steps of the process. There is a decent chance that there will be at least one person in your INM office who speaks English considering they are also dealing with a good number of foreigners and not just Mexicans.

If the latter is not the case, then I would suggest taking a Spanish speaking friend or a hired interpreter with you. Otherwise, you will need to use the online form. You will need to submit all the documents mentioned above at your local INM office.

The receiving INM agent will let you know if anything is missing or needs additional clarification. Separately, you will be sent an e-mail with a password. You will be able to track the progress of your application online as well as see any notifications of any additional information being requested.

The time frame of this will depend on your local INM office and how busy they stay. It can range from weeks to months. Once you have received the aforementioned approval, you will to to the INM office to request an appointment.

Yes, you heard me right! You will need to go to the office to schedule another visit to get fingerprinted. When you go to your scheduled fingerprint appointment, be sure to arrive at least 10 or 15 minutes early and be sure to have your photographs as described above with you.

At this appointment, you will not only have your fingerprints taken but also sign some documents. After your fingerprint appointment, the card will be printed and ready for pick-up at the INM office. Please keep in mind that in busier INM offices the times can vary greatly ranging from several weeks up to several months.

From beginning to end, the process took about two to three weeks and because we used the services of a company we ONLY had to go to the INM office once and that was to be fingerprinted. The company we hired handled everything else for us. Please keep in mind that your personal experience may vary a little from the process outlined above based on your INM office. After one year, you will have the option to renew for 1, 2 or 3 years.

You can only have a RT visa for 4 years, after which time you either have to convert to a RP visa or leave the country. Though anecdotal, some people have reported that certain INM offices did not give them the option for a 1, 2 or 3 year renewal and only let them renew for one year at a time. Additionally, if you are a Mexican, married to a Mexican, have Mexican family ties, etc. We actually just renewed our RT visas for an additional three years in June and we will talk about this further in a future post.

Overall, if you have your documentation in order and are prepared then the overall process is quite straight-forward and relatively pain free. Though I will do my best to update this post with any new relevant information, I would highly encourage you to check the various INM links referenced in this post on a regular basis to see if there have been any changes, updates, new requirements, etc.

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Mexican Immigration & Visas – Finishing Process

INM Forms Online. Working permits are not covered here. This is a new version that replaces previous versions of the form. The form is easier to use if it is downloaded to your computer for filling out and printing. The form must be filled out in Spanish.


Notificación de cambios al INM por parte de extranjeros residentes

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