How to Get a Visa to Mexico from India

You can get two types of Visas to Mexico: A Tourist Visa, and/or a Business Visa. Let us look at the difference between these two visas:

Visa Processing time Validity Entry Fee Ideal for
Tourist 2 to 3 days Up to 180 days Single Rs.3,850 Indians wanting to go to Mexico for a holiday
Business 2 to 3 days Up to 90 days Single Rs.3,850 Indians who want to enter Mexico for business meetings, conferences, and seminars

Documents Required to Apply for a Mexico Visa

  • Your passport that has a 6-months validity. It should have 3 blank pages (minimum).
  • All old passports that you have owned.
  • 2 recent colour photographs.
  • The filled visa application forms.
  • Cover letter which details the reason for travel.
  • Bank statement which has been updated and stamped by the bank (last 3 months).
  • Air tickets: tickets for entering the country and a return ticket.
  • Hotel reservation document.
  • Your travel itinerary.

Other Documents Required to Apply for a Mexico Visa

Employed Person:

  • Your Leave Sanctioned Certificate with the company seal.
  • Your salary slips for the last 3 months.

Self-employed person:

  • Bank statement of the company which has been updated and stamped by the bank (last 6 month)
  • Business Registration Licence/Partnership deed/ MOA
  • Income Tax Returns of the company for the last 3 years.

Retired Person:

  • Pension book
  • Bank statement


  • Your ID card of the school/college/institute.


  • Legalized Letter of Consent (NOC)
  • Your Birth Certificate which shows the names of your parents
  • If you are travelling alone or without parents, you need a notarised letter of consent from your parents.
  • If you are travelling with only one parent, there should be a letter of consent which authorises this travel by the other parent.
  • ID proof of the parents
  • If one or both of your parents are deceased, you need a Death Certificate.

Visiting a friend/relative

  • ID Proof of the person who has invited you: Passport or resident permit.
  • The invitation letter which states the relationship with the person who has invited you and the purpose of the visit.
  • Address proof of person who has invited you.

Sponsored Person

  • ID Proof of inviter
  • The Sponsorship Letter. This should contain the name of the visitors, the purpose of the visit, relationship with the visitors, dates of travel, and length of stay.
  • Proof of financial support
  • Address Proof of inviter

For Business Visa

Recommendation letter from:

  • Any one of the Chambers of Commerce and Industries, Government of India.
  • Ministry of Commerce and Industry of India;
  • Export Promotion Council of India
  • Reference number from Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Registration certificate of the company from the Ministry of Commerce and Industry of India:

  • Income tax documents (last 3 years)
  • Letter from the company which is addressed to the embassy. It should introduce the businessman for the visa issuance.
  • Invitation letter from the local partner.
  • Copy of the licence of the local partner.

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