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Italy ETIAS for Mexican citizens
3 min read
Updated on May 14, 2024

For Mexican travelers, a new requirement is on the horizon for your Italian voyages - the Italy ETIAS. Let’s break down what this means for you.

Mexicans looking forward to experiencing Italy will soon encounter the Italy ETIAS as a new travel necessity. Our role is to make this new requirement less overwhelming for you. Instead of wrestling with paperwork, you can look forward to the experiences awaiting you in Italy.

Picture yourself wandering through the bustling markets of Milan or being awestruck by the grandeur of the Colosseum in Rome. Our assistance ensures that your trip to Italy is focused on gathering unforgettable memories, not on juggling documentation.

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Do Mexican citizens need an Italy ETIAS?

Mexican travelers currently enjoy visa-free entry to Italy and many other European nations. Yet, a significant change is coming up. From mid-2025, Mexicans will need to apply for an Italy ETIAS for brief visits to Italy, be it for tourism, business, or even just passing through.

The ETIAS, which stands for European Travel Information and Authorization System, was first introduced to the public back in 2016. The main aim of the ETIAS is to reinforce security within the Schengen Zone. Up to this point, Mexicans could travel freely within these countries with just their passports. The ETIAS brings in an added layer of security, enhancing travel safety for all.

It's essential to note that the ETIAS is not a visa. It’s a travel authorization, much like the US ESTA and the Canada eTA, designed to keep security tight while still making travel manageable for visitors.

A great advantage of the ETIAS is its comprehensive reach. With one ETIAS, Mexican citizens can enter Italy and all the other countries that will be part of the ETIAS system. This is incredibly handy for those planning to explore various European countries, as it saves the hassle of managing multiple travel documents. Essentially, the ETIAS acts as your single pass to a number of European journeys.

To explore the countries you can visit with the Italy ETIAS, here's a map for reference:

How to get an Italy ETIAS from Mexico with us

Getting your Italy ETIAS from Mexico is less complicated when you choose us. We focus on providing a clear and straightforward application process.

Here's a simple guide to applying for the ETIAS through our platform once it's available:

  • Step 1 - Fill out the form with your basic personal details and travel information on our website or [mobile app]. Choose your processing time and complete the payment.

  • Step 2 - Complete the rest of the ETIAS application form and upload all the required documents.

  • Step 3 - Submit the form and wait for the confirmation email.

After your Italy ETIAS authorization comes through, remember to keep a copy on your phone and print out another one. This preparation helps you to have your travel documents at hand, particularly useful at airport check-ins and border controls, making your journey smoother.

Italian Embassy in Mexico

For Mexican citizens seeking assistance with the Italy ETIAS, the Embassy of Italy in Mexico City is your reliable source for consular support.

Embassy of Italy in Mexico City

Address: Av. Paseo de las Palmas 1994, Lomas de Chapultepec I Secc, Miguel Hidalgo, 11000 Ciudad de México.

Phone: +52 55 5596 3655.

Contact us

If you have any questions or need further information about the ETIAS or the Italy visa for Mexico passport holders, you can reach out to our customer service team. Contact us via online chat or by email at [email protected].

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