How can citizens of Ecuador enter Mexico during Coronavirus?

How can citizens of Ecuador enter Mexico during Coronavirus?

iVisa | Updated on Mar 01, 2022

Before planning your trip to Mexico you should know which documents are necessary to enter the country as a citizen of Ecuador.

You will need to apply for a Mexico Health Declaration and a Tourist Card - Air before traveling and present them at the border. It is easy to apply for both documents with iVisa.com. It won’t take more than 10 minutes to complete, and you’ll be done and ready to travel.

How can citizens of Ecuador enter Mexico during Coronavirus? - Read all about it on our FAQs.

Note: Since March 2022, the Mexico Risk Factor Identification Questionnaire is no longer necessary to enter the country.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the COVID-19 entry requirements for Mexico?

Currently, citizens from Ecuador looking to travel to Mexico are not required to present a vaccination certificate or a negative PCR test.

However, these conditions are constantly changing. That's why we’ve put together a product page, so all our visitors can stay up-to-date with the current restrictions due to COVID-19.

We invite you to check it to learn more about How can citizens of Ecuador enter Mexico during Coronavirus?

What is the Mexico Risk Factor Identification Questionnaire (COVID-19), and how do I apply for it?

The Mexico Risk Factor Identification Questionnaire (COVID-19) or Mexico Health Declaration is a travel form that helps the Mexican government reduce the risks associated with the Coronavirus pandemic. They use it to track potential infections among travelers and reduce the spread of the virus.

The Mexico Health Declaration is not a visa and should be obtained along with an e-Visa or a Tourist Card - Air.

How can citizens of Ecuador enter Mexico during Coronavirus? With these three simple steps:

  • First: Complete our online form using your personal information.
  • Second: Make sure everything is correct before picking a form of payment. We accept credit and debit cards.
  • Third: Upload all the required documents and apply.

How can citizens of Ecuador enter Mexico during Coronavirus? - You can apply for both the Tourist Card - Air and the Mexico Health Declaration through the same form.

Which documents do I need to apply for the Mexico Health Declaration?

To get your Mexico Health Declaration, you'll only need:

  • A valid passport that won't expire during your visit.
  • An airplane ticket (Air Arrival - including the flight number).
  • A valid email address, as we will send your documents via email.
  • A credit/debit card for payment.

How can citizens of Ecuador enter Mexico during Coronavirus? - Applying for a Mexico Risk Factor Identification Questionnaire (COVID-19) is super easy with iVisa.com.

What are the processing times and fees for the Mexico Health Declaration?

We have different prices to fit any budget. These are the three options:

  • Standard Processing: Get your document in 24 hours for USD 20.00
  • Rush Processing: Get your document in 4 hours for USD 40.00
  • Super Rush Processing: Get your document in 30 minutes for USD 60.00

How can citizens of Ecuador enter Mexico during Coronavirus? - Take advantage of our affordable prices to process your Mexico Risk Factor Identification Questionnaire (COVID-19).

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