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| Updated on Nov 2, 2018

Mexico visa for Liechtensteiner

Mexico’s visa policy is really easy. Currently, Russia, Turkey, and Ukraine citizens have access to an Electronic Authorization System. They are no longer required to apply for a consular visa, which lessens time and effort. However, most travelers who go to Mexico are from visa-exempt countries. There are 65 countries whose citizens can travel without a visa to Mexico. You just need to pay a tourism fee which is called Forma Migratoria Multiple. Conveniently, it can be paid online using the services of iVisa.

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Use the Visa Checker you find on iVisa’s website to find out whether or not Liechtensteiner can avail FMM online through iVisa. Simply, insert your country of origin, select Mexico as your destination, and you will learn what you need to know in just a second.

What are needed documents?

Liechtensteiner can use iVisa to pay for the FMM. All you need is a few documents to make it happen. iVisa just have minimum requirements, and chances are you already have everything you need to provide.

  • Valid passport – you may not need a visa, but you still need to have a passport. Not only that, but your passport needs to be valid and continue to be as such for at least another 6 months from your date of arrival in Mexico.

  • E-mail address – iVisa will send you a copy of your approved Tourist Card, which you need to print out. For that to happen, you need to provide a valid and correct e-mail address.

  • Flight ticket – this applies only if you travel by air. iVisa needs your flight number, and a ticket is the perfect proof of that.

  • Means of payment – you need to make the payment before submitting your application. In order to do that, you can use a credit or a debit card. iVisa accepts Paypal as well.

Start filling in the application form once you have collected all the needed documents. You should be able to finish within 10 to 15 minutes.

Forma Migratoria Multiple – processing time and costs

A tourist card is really affordable so you don’t have to worry too much about it. The amount Liechtensteiner need to pay depends on processing time and travel type (by air or by land). As for the former, iVisa comes with three choices:

  • Standard processing time – if you select this type of processing time, you have to pay $20 (or the equivalent in your country) for the service fee. It also means that you will receive the Mexico tourist card in 24 hours. That is if the weekend is not coming up.

  • Rush processing time – this means you will obtain the tourist card in as little as two hours. However, the cost will go up by $20. So if you travel by plane and choose the Rush processing time, you will pay $40.

  • Super rush processing – this is the fastest processing time, which means you will have your FMM in 15 minutes. As you may have guessed, this will cost you more than the previous processing times. Your bill will go up to $60.

The fees above apply if Liechtensteiner arrives via air. You need to add $25 to if you decide to travel by land.

The document Liechtensteiner receives is valid only if you travel by air or by land. You need to go to the nearest Mexican embassy to get your visa if you go by cruise ship. Liechtensteiner must use the FMM 30 days after issue or it will expire. However, you can stay up to 180 days in Mexico. You will pay for 30 days, initially, but you can have extension once you arrive in Mexico. You are allowed a single entry and only for tourism and business purposes. Illegal work will result to deportation.

Paying online is much easier and iVisa will assist Liechtensteiner throughout the entire process. In case you have any questions, you can call their support service that is available 24 hours.

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