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Mexico Visa for the citizens of Brazil

Mexico Visa for the citizens of Brazil
iVisa | Updated on Jun 20, 2019

The citizens of Brazil, like many other nationalities, are exempt from getting a visa when planning a trip to Mexico for tourism purposes. Nevertheless, you are still required to purchase a Mexico tourist card. You can do that on the plane or when you arrive in Mexico, but we recommend the online application process. With iVisa, you can have the card approved in just 30 minutes.

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Mexico Visa for the citizens of Brazil – the requirements

If there is one thing you do not have to worry about is the list of requirements for an online Mexico tourist card. The list is concise, and chances are that you already have everything on it. Here is what you will need:

  • Valid passport – when you apply online for a Tourist card, you must have at hand a valid passport. Moreover, the travel document in question has to maintain its validity for at least another 6 months from the date of arrival in Mexico.
  • Airplane ticket – this requirement applies only if you travel to Mexico by air. It is essential to provide a flight number. When you take the trip by car, no substitute document is needed.
  • E-mail address – as a result of the online application process, your Tourist Card arrives via e-mail in PDF format. You need to print it out before departure. Also, we suggest that you write down the FMM number just in case your Tourist Card is lost or stolen.
  • Means of payment – an online application process also requires a method of payment that allows you to pay online. iVisa accepts multiple such methods. You can use a credit or debit card, but we also take PayPal, Alipay, and WeChat.

Mexico Visa for the citizens of Brazil – the online application form

We will provide a short description of the application form so that you know what to expect during the process. Just remember that iVisa provides non-stop customer support should you need some help or have some questions. The service does not charge.

The form you are asked to fill in consists of three steps. The first one focuses on personal information, means of travel, and processing time. As for the latter, you need to choose a processing timeframe for your application. It will determine the cost of your Mexico tourist card. Here is what you can choose from:

  • Standard processing – this is the slowest option you have at hand. It is also the cheapest. Your application is processed within 24 hours, and the fee is just $20.
  • Rush processing – if you choose this option, you receive your Tourist Card in just 6 hours, but as you can imagine, the fee goes a bit higher. You will be charged $40.
  • Super Rush processing – as the fastest available option, this is the most expensive. The Tourist Card is approved in 30 minutes, but you have to pay $60 for it.

Remember that the fees above apply when you travel by air. If you choose to travel by land, you will spend an additional $29 for each processing time.

Moving on to step number two, this is the point at which you have to handle the payment and review your form so that it does not contain any mistakes. A simple error such as a typo can invalidate your tourist card.

Finally, the third step is reserved for supporting documents. You will be asked to upload them. After you do that, you can click on the submit button, and iVisa will handle everything else that follows.

As a Brazilian citizen, you may not need a Mexico visa, but you do need a Mexico tourist card. iVisa can assist with that. The card is valid for 180 days since your arrival, it covers your stay for just as much, and you can use it for a single entry.

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