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A tourist visa is a “Forma Migratoria Multiple” (FMM) and one is not required for those under the age of two. It is required for everyone else, even in the “Free Zones”, unless you are a legal resident. It allows one to enter Mexico, one time, for up to 180 days but recently, often for shorter periods. The back of the form confirms it is for one entry; however, in Baja California it may be used for multiple entries.
There is an electronic FMME. It is available via the link below. Complete the application form. Print the FMM and keep it with you to be validated where you enter Mexico.
The immigration authorities must stamp it. Once the form has been printed, you have 30 days to enter Mexico and you may remain in Mexico (without engaging in paid activities).
The traditional way of obtaining the FMM at ports of entry is still in force. The electronic version allows you to fill out the form in advance. It is very important to keep the stamped portion of the FMM that corresponds to the record of entry, as this is proof of your legal entry into Mexico and will be required when you leave the country.
Prior to your FMM expiration normally you must return to the border as it can not be extended in Mexico. The FMM fee is currently 638 pesos per person. If your FMM does expire while in Mexico, and you are flying out, please go to Inmigracion at the airport and pay for another prior to boarding your plane. If driving you are to do the same.
In Mexico, as a tourist, you must carry both your passport and original FMM tourist card.
All foreign visitors, regardless of their nationality, traveling to Mexico for tourism, business or in transit to another destination, are exempt from presenting a Mexican visa as long as they have a valid visa issued by any the following countries: Canada, Japan, the United States of America, the United Kingdom or any of the countries comprising the Schengen Area.
If you have a regular passport issued by one of the following countries, you do not need a visa to visit Mexico for tourism or business purposes for up to 180 days. You may also transit in Mexico without a visa for up to 30 days. You do need a FMM tourist card as described above.
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