How do I apply for FM2 in Mexico?
How to Get a Permanent Visa for Mexico Step by Step (FM2 – Immigrante)
- Fill out the application.
- Record your application confirmation.
- Gather Documentation.
- Go to the immigration office.
- Receive your immigration number.
- Check status.
- Return to the INM office.
- Wait for final approval.
What is FM2 visa for Mexico?
People with the FM2 visa can work, study and run their own business without any problems and is suitable for people who plan on staying in Mexico for a long period of time. This is for those foreigners who are serious about living in Mexico and are sure that they want to stay.
Does Mexico require travel authorization?
Yes. You will need to bring a hard copy of your electronic authorization with you when you travel to Mexico. You will need to present it at check in for your airline and to the immigration officer(s) at the point of entry for Mexico. Please note that immigration officers may deny entry to anyone without explanation.
Can I get a visa extension in Mexico?
Can I extend my stay in Mexico? You need to go to any INM office to request an extension of your visa. You need to have with you your valid passport and the tourist card you filled out. You will also need to prove that you can finance your stay and you will have to pay a fee to extend the visa.
Can a US resident travel to Mexico?
According to Mexico’s visa policy, foreign nationals holding a valid US permanent residence regardless of their nationality, do not require to obtain a Mexican visa if visiting for tourism purposes. It is valid for up to 180 days and will allow you to stay in Mexico for the given time.
How much does it cost to extend a Mexican visa?
You’ll have to first go to the office, wait in line, fill out some forms, go to the bank next door, wait in line, make a USD 35 or so payment, then return back to immigration, wait in line, hand over your proof of payment and then get the visa extended.
What does a US resident need to fly to Mexico?
USA Permanent Residents traveling by air, land or sea to Mexico are required to present a valid Permanent Resident Card (Green Card) and a valid, not expired passport or travel document.