Mexico Visa for the citizens of Cuba

Mexico Visa for the citizens of Cuba

iVisa | Updated on May 04, 2020

Most nationalities in the world need a visa to enter Mexico, regardless of the purpose. The citizens of Cuba make no difference. You will also need a Mexico tourist card, also it is called as a Forma Migratoria Multiple (FMM). While you can fill in an application on the plane or get it on arrival, iVisa gives you the opportunity to purchase your FMM card online before departure. The document can be approved in only 30 minutes.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What is a Mexican FMM or Tourist Card?

The FMM is a permit required for every visitor wanting to travel to Mexico just for tourism purposes.

What are the documents for the citizens of Cuba?

You do not have to worry about the requirements because the list is short, and the things on it are easy to obtain. Here is what you will need:

  • Passport – before applying for a Mexico tourist card, make sure that your passport has validity for at least another 6 months from your arrival date in Mexico.

  • Flight ticket – note that only if you travel by air, you will need to provide this document.

  • Email – your FMM card will arrive by e-mail in PDF format. For that reason, be sure to insert a valid email. Once you get your FMM, print it out and always keep it with you. Also, take note of your tourist card number.

  • Payment alternatives – if you have a credit/debit card, or even PayPal, Alipay, or WeChat, you can use them without any problem.

What are the fees and processing times offered by ivisa?

When it comes to processing, you're given 3 options:

  • Standard processing – this is the slowest option and for that you will have to pay USD 20.00, and your travel authorization will be completed in 24 hours.

  • Rush processing – get your Mexico tourist card in 4 hours. The amount is USD 40.00.

  • Super Rush processing – if you need your document urgently, choose this alternative because it will be finished in 30 minutes, and the quantity to pay is USD 60.00.

If you want to travel to Mexico by land, you'll have to pay an additional $29. It means that you will be charged USD 49.00, USD 69.00, and USD 89.00 for each procedure.

How's the online application form?

What is left for you to do at this point is to fill out the application form. You shouldn't experience any difficulties completing the task, but iVisa provides customer support 24/7 should you need a little assistance.

When you access the application page, you will see that iVisa broke down the form into three steps.

  1. Step one wants your data, but it also asks that you pick a processing timeframe for your request and a means of travel. Both choices have an impact on the cost of your Mexico tourist card.

  2. This part consists of payment and revision, which is crucial because any mistake will lead to an invalid visa.

  3. And the third requires you to attach the requirements.

After that, submit your request, and we will handle the rest.

How long is the Tourist card valid for?

For the citizens of Cuba, the Tourist Card is valid for 180 days after arrival.

How long can I stay in the country with the FMM? How many entries am I granted?

You can stay in the country for a maximum of 180 days in Total and this is a Single Entry eVisa, meaning you can only enter one time.

Do I need to apply for my children?

Yes. All visitors traveling to Mexico need their own Mexico Tourist Card.

May I apply for my relatives/friends?

Sure! If you have all the required documents and their personal and general information in hand you can apply for them.

Can I see a Tourist Card sample?

Here it is:

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Can I trust ivisa for getting a FMM?

Of course you can! We are a trustworthy company and will keep your information save. Check our testimonials if you have doubts!

As you can see, the virtual process of getting a Mexico tourist card does not involve too much trouble. iVisa gives you the chance to apply early and have a relaxing flight. Trust our team and have an amazing trip!

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