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The Mexico Tourist Card is a travel document required for most visitors to enter Mexico for tourist purposes. Although it is popularly known as a tourist visa, the Tourist Card is not officially a Mexico visa and does not replace one in any way. If nationals of your country require a visa, you will need to apply for your Mexico Visa separately and you’ll be asked to present it on arrival.

The process to apply for your Mexican Tourist Card is simple, straightforward, and completely online, no need to go to any immigration office. It allows travelers to enter Mexico without a Mexico Tourist Visa and move freely about once they are in the country.

Here you will find the Mexico Tourist card online application steps, requirements to apply, entry restrictions due to covd-19, frequently asked questions and just how easy it can be to apply with iVisa.com.

If you’re ready to start your journey to Mexico, apply for your Mexico Tourist Card Land or Air now.

What is the Mexico Tourist Card Air and Land?

The Mexico Tourist Card facilitates entry to Mexico but it DOES NOT replace a visa. If your nationality requires a paper visa, immigration officers at the airport will ask for the visa as well as the Tourist Card. That's why we suggest passengers print a physical copy of the document.

You must apply for the Mexico Tourist Card (Air) if you are planning on arriving in Mexico by air. And, you must apply for the Mexico Tourist Card (Land) if you plan to enter Mexico by crossing one of its many land borders

Travelers from countries that are eligible for a Mexico tourist card (and that's most visitors!) do not have to go through the hassle of getting a Mexico visitor visa. Which makes it very accessible and easy to travel to.

You can check our FAQs section below to find out exactly which points of entry both the tourist card air and land are valid.

Who is eligible to apply for the Mexico Tourist Card?

Everyone who is traveling to Mexico for tourism, to visit family, business or other short-term purposes (up to 180 days) needs to get a Mexico Tourist Card, even if they don't need to obtain a Mexico Tourist Visa.

Travelers of all nationalities who have a valid visa or permanent residence for select countries (Canada, any country in the Schengen area, Japan, the United Kingdom, or the United States) do not need a Mexican visa to be able to enter the country, they only need the Tourist Card.

Most travelers will not to apply for a Tourist Visa Mexico, but to check your nationalities eligibility and and requirements for a Mexican Tourist Visa you can use our Visa Checker tool on the homepage to determine if you need to apply for both the Mexico Tourist Card and a Mexico Visa to be able to enter the country.

How long is the Mexico Tourist Card valid for?

Both the Mexico Tourist Card Land and Air allow for a maximum stay of 180 days in Total, but it is the immigration officers at the point of entry who decides the number of days you are given.

They are at their discretion to give foreign nationals a Mexico Tourist Card for 30, 60, or 90 days as opposed to the full 180. You must leave the country before the Mexico Tourist Card expires.

The Mexico Tourist Card is valid for use only once, as it’s valid for a Single Entry only.

Travel requirements and required documents to apply for the Mexico Tourist Card Online

In order to enter Mexico without any issues, make sure that your Mexico Tourist card is handy and ready to present to the immigration authorities who will check the document. Citizens of certain nationalities might have to present their visa along with the Tourist card to get entry to Mexico.

It's easy to apply for the Mexico Tourist Card once you have all your documents and information ready. Here is what foreign citizens will need to successfully fill out the Mexico Tourist Card online and have in mind for arrival to Mexico.

  • Contact information and passport information
  • Valid passport - Travelers who want to visit Mexico must have a passport that is valid for the duration of their visit to Mexico or for at least 6 months. This must be the same passport that is used to fill out the Tourist Card form.
  • Flight details
  • Full name of the hotel or address of where you are staying in Mexico.
  • Valid email address to send you the Mexico Tourist Card
  • Credit or debit card to pay
  • A printer to print out the tourist card
  • If you are flying to Los Cabos International Airport, please print your Tourist Card (Air) (double-sided) on one piece of paper
  • Make sure that the Mexican officials stamp your tourist card when you enter the country.
  • It is recommended you write down your FMM number in case it is lost or stolen.
  • If you are traveling from a country that requires a visa to Mexico, make sure you have your Mexico visitor visa approved and printed. Mexican officials will check the Mexican visa document and the Mexico Tourist Card.

Do I need a Mexico Tourist Card if I’m transiting through Mexico?

No migratory documentation is required if the traveler does the following:

  • Stays in the Mexican airport between flights
  • Leaves the country directly within 24 hours of arriving.

This means that, similar to the case with a Mexico visa, passengers do not require a tourist visa or FMM if their journey meets the above criteria.

How do I apply for the Mexico Tourist Card online?

You can apply for a Mexico Tourist Card (Land or Air) within 30 days of your arrival in Mexico. However, you are free to apply with iVisa.com at any time, as we will review your Tourist Card application for accuracy and queue your order until it's the correct time to process your application.

The application process is simple and should take you around 10 minutes to complete:

  • Step 1- Apply online, fill out all of the required information and double check to make sure it is correct.
  • Step 2 - Choose your preferred processing option and pay the fee accordingly with your credit or debit card.
  • Step 3 - Sit back and wait for your Mexican tourist card to arrive by email and download the card when you are ready. Print the card.

When you arrive in Mexico you must present your printed Tourist Card, your passport, and since your information is already in the system, the Immigration Officer just needs to stamp your Tourist Card and that's it

What are the costs and processing times of the Mexico Tourist Card?

The Mexico Tourist Card fee varies depending on if you are entering Mexico by land or air, and how quickly you want your document to be processed.

iVisa.com provides 3 processing options to apply for the Mexico Tourist Card online:

Mexico Tourist Card Air

  • Standard Processing - 24 hours - USD 34.49
  • Rush Processing - 4 hours - USD 65.99
  • Super Rush processing - 30 minutes - USD 113.99

Mexico Tourist Card Land

  • Standard Processing - 24 hours - USD 81.99
  • Rush Processing - 4 hours - USD 123.99
  • Super Rush processing - 30 minutes - USD 173.99

The tourist card land comes with a Government fee of USD 32.00, included in the total processing fee you choose.

Applicants will be paid no refund of the fee if their request gets rejected. Keep in mind that rejection of a Tourist Card is very unlikely, in any case if you chose iVisa.com services we have experts who will review your application and contact you via email if you are missing anything.

Mexico Tourist Card extensions

If you wish to extend your stay you need to go to any INM office to request an extension of your Mexico visa. You need to have with you your valid passport and the Mexico Tourist Visa or Mexico tourist card you filled out. You will also need to prove that you can finance your stay and you will have to pay a fee to extend the visa.

Do minors need to apply for the Mexico Tourist Card?

All children over the age of two years old need to have a tourist card (and therefore a passport or passport card). If the applicant is a minor, the parents or legal guardians have to sign the application form.

Mexico Tourist Card sample

The Mexican immigration authority will send you two (2) pages. Make sure you do not cut or alter them in any way as this may invalidate them.

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COVID-19 Requirements to enter Mexico

Testing

There are no COVID-19 test requirements in Mexico.

Vaccine

COVID vaccination passports or certificates are no longer mandatory to enter Mexico. Since information may change quickly, we advise you to follow up on the latest Mexico travel updates and/or contact your local embassy.

Quarantine

There are no quarantine requirements for Mexico.

Where can I learn more about the Tourist Card?

If you have any questions about the Mexico Tourist Visa for foreign nationals or your Mexican Tourist Card application form, feel free to contact out customer support team at any time or via email at [email protected] If you need a visa for Mexico it is advised to contact the Mexican Embassy.

Required Documents to Apply
  • None

Important Instructions
  • The Tourist Card facilitates entry to Mexico but it DOES NOT replace a visa. If your nationality requires a paper visa, immigration officers at the airport will ask for the visa as well as the Tourist Card. That's why we suggest passengers print a physical copy of the document.

  • The Tourist Card (FMM) is usually valid for up to 180 days after arrival.

  • There are no coronavirus testing or quarantine requirements for travelers to Mexico, unless travelers show symptoms of COVID-19. In that case, they'll need to quarantine.

  • Travelers who want to visit Mexico must have a passport that is valid for the duration of their visit to Mexico.

  • The Tourist Card (Air) is free for all passengers traveling by air with a major commercial airline.

  • Each Tourist Card (Air) is valid for ONE PERSON so if there are four people traveling in your group, each person will need a separate Tourist Card with their information on it.

  • You can apply for a Tourist Card within 30 days of your arrival in Mexico.

  • We will send you two (2) pages. Make sure you do not cut or alter them in any way as this may invalidate them.

  • If you are flying to Los Cabos International Airport, please print your Tourist Card (Air) (double-sided) on one piece of paper.

  • When you travel with a Tourist Card (Air), you can only enter Mexico through the following International Airports: General International Aerodrome Ignacio Lopez Rayón, Benito Juarez, Abraham González, Matamoros, Nuevo Laredo, Angel Albino Corzo, Cabo San Lucas, Capitàn P.A Carlos Rovirosa, Toluca , Bahias de Huatulco , Cancun, Chetumal, Chihuaha, Ciudad Acuña, Ciudad del Carmen, Ciudad Obregón, Cozumel, Culiacán ,Del Mar de Cortés, North International Airport, El Bajío, General Abelardo L. Rodriguez, General Leobardo C. Ruiz, General Mariano Escobedo, General Mariano Matamoros, General Pedro José Méndez, Hermamos Serdan,Ing. Alberto Acuña Ongay, Engineer Fernando Espinosa Gutierrez, Jesus Terán, Plan of the Lovers, Ponciano Arriaga, Durango, Guadalajara, Hermosillo, International Airport of the City of Ensenada, La Paz, Loreto, Manzanillo, Mazatlan, Merida, Mexicali, Minatitlan, Monclova, Morelia, Nogales, Oaxaca, Piedras Negras, Puerto Escondido, Puerto Vallarta, Reynosa, Saltillo, San Felipe, San Jose del Cabo, Tampico, Tapachula, Tepic, Torreón, Veracruz, Zihuatanejo.

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  • Make sure that the Mexican officials stamp your card.

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Yes, the Mexico Tourist Card is usually available at no cost. However, when you apply for your documents prior to your journey with iVisa.com, you get a “fast pass” through the points of your journey that typically cause delay and inconvenience: immigration lines, transferring from one flight to another, and filling out forms while in transit. Furthermore, we allow you to fill out the form in your own language to reduce the chance of making mistakes, and our team of experts gives every application a final review to maximize the chance of success and bring you peace of mind for a hassle-free journey.

A yellow fever vaccine is required if traveling from a country with risk of yellow fever transmission.

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In addition to the Mexico Tourist Card, travelers belonging to one or more of the following nationalities also require a visa to enter Mexico: Afghanistan, Albania, Algeria, Angola, Antigua and Barbuda, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Belarus, Benin, Bhutan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Botswana, Brazil, Brunei Darussalam, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cambodia, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Chad, China, Comoros, Congo, Côte d'Ivoire, Cuba, Djibouti, Dominica, Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Eswatini, Fiji, Gabon, Gambia, Georgia, Ghana, Grenada, Guatemala, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Equatorial Guinea, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, Kiribati, Kyrgyzstan, Philippines, Solomon Islands, Kuwait, Laos, Lesotho, Lebanon, Liberia, Libya, Madagascar, Malawi, Maldives, Mali, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mauritania, Moldova, Mongolia, Montenegro, Morocco, Mozambique, Myanmar, Namibia, Nauru, Nepal, Nicaragua, Niger, Nigeria, Oman, Pakistan, Palestine, Papua New Guinea, Qatar, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo, Dominican Republic, Russia, Rwanda, Republic of North Macedonia, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Samoa, Sao Tome and Principe, Senegal, Serbia, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Syria, Somalia, Sri Lanka, South Africa, Sudan, South Sudan, Suriname, Thailand, Taiwan, Tanzania, Tajikistan, Timor-Leste, Togo, Tonga, Tunisia, Turkmenistan, Turkey, Tuvalu, Ukraine, Uganda, Uzbekistan, Vanuatu, Vietnam, Venezuela, Yemen, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.
You must apply for the Tourist Card (Land) if you are planning on arriving in Mexico by car, which you can obtain by clicking here.
Yes. Regardless of where you live, you must apply for a Tourist Card online using your passport from the eligible country.
Travelers who want to visit Mexico must have a passport that will be valid for duration of the trip. Apply for the Mexico Tourist Card now.

You can enter Mexico from the following International Airports:

Aerodrome Ignacio Lopez Rayón, Benito Juarez, Abraham González, Matamoros, Nuevo Laredo, Angel Albino Corzo, Cabo San Lucas, Capitàn P.A Carlos Rovirosa, Toluca , Bahias de Huatulco , Cancun, Chetumal, Chihuaha, Ciudad Acuña, Ciudad del Carmen, Ciudad Obregón, Cozumel, Culiacán ,Del Mar de Cortés, North International Airport, El Bajío, General Abelardo L. Rodriguez, General Leobardo C. Ruiz, General Mariano Escobedo, General Mariano Matamoros, General Pedro José Méndez, Hermamos Serdan,Ing. Alberto Acuña Ongay, Engineer Fernando Espinosa Gutierrez, Jesus Terán, Plan of the Lovers, Ponciano Arriaga, Durango, Guadalajara, Hermosillo, International Airport of the City of Ensenada, La Paz, Loreto, Manzanillo, Mazatlan, Merida, Mexicali, Minatitlan, Monclova, Morelia, Nogales, Oaxaca, Piedras Negras, Puerto Escondido, Puerto Vallarta, Reynosa, Saltillo, San Felipe, San Jose del Cabo, Tampico, Tapachula, Tepic, Torreón, Veracruz, Zihuatanejo.

Mexico is a popular vacation destination, especially for people in North America. Its extensive coastline, warm weather, excellent food, and numerous landmarks make this country unique, and you should definitely put it on your bucket list. But before you start planning a vacation to Mexico, it is important to know a few things that will help you get around while there. Below, you will find a few details that all people who plan on traveling to Mexico should know.

First of all, like many other countries, Mexico allows certain nationalities to travel to Mexico without a visa. The requirements are that they travel for business or tourism purposes and do not spend more than 180 days inside the country. The same nationalities can transit through Mexico without a visa if they do not stay for more than 30 days. At the moment, there are 69 nationalities that enjoy this privilege. The only document they are required to have is a valid passport.

Mexico also has an electronic visa system called SAE, which stands for Sistema de Autorización Electrónica. At the moment, only three nationalities can apply for a Mexico eVisa. So if you happen to be a citizen of Russia, Ukraine, or Turkey, you can apply for your Mexico visa online. However, this rule applies only if you travel by air. The eVisa is valid for 30 days from your date of arrival in Mexico, and it grants a single entry only.

All other nationalities that are neither visa exempt nor eligible for an electronic visa must pay a visit to the nearest Mexican embassy and submit a visa application there.

One thing that is worth mentioning is that all travelers entering Mexico must purchase a tourist card called a Forma Migratoria Multiple. However, if you enter Mexico by land, do not go farther than 20 kilometers from the border, and your stay does not exceed 72 hours, you are exempt from getting the tourist card. The Forma Migratoria Multiple is available online, and you must carry it with you at all times while in Mexico.

Moving on to more pleasant aspects regarding your trip to Mexico, let’s talk about things that you are going to enjoy. For one thing, Mexico has over 10 thousand kilometers of coastline. The Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea are to the east, while the Pacific Ocean is to the west. Consequently, there are plenty of beaches you can enjoy. Baja California is one of the most popular locations people visit, but so is Vallarta and Oaxaca. Cancun, Cozumel, Isla Mujeres, Acapulco, and Cabo San Lucas are just a few of many other destinations you will enjoy.

As far as what you can do in Mexico, the possibilities are endless. The water that surrounds Mexico is an infinite source of entertainment. One of the best things you can do is go sea kayaking in Baja California. There are several places where you can rent the equipment, and if you want someone to teach you how, you have that possibility as well. Snorkeling is best enjoyed in Baja California, Cancun, Cozumel, and Isla Mujeres, but there are countless other spots where the marine life is plentiful and colorful. Almost all tourist locations by the beach offer the opportunity to go scuba diving, but you should not miss out on scuba diving in the cenotes of the Yucatan peninsula.

Another excellent spot for scuba diving is Cancun; you should know that the place is legendary. Especially the Riviera Maya. The millions of reef fish provide you with more colors than the eye can process at any given time, you will see barracudas and jacks, and let’s not forget about the sea turtles that are literally everywhere.

Aside from the beaches, Mexico can offer other exciting experiences as well. If you are interested in the archaeological sites, we recommend Chichen Itza, Coba, Monte Alban, Tulum, Calakmul, and Palenque. The list goes on, but these are the most popular. If you want a view from above, you have the option of soaring in a hot air balloon over the Teotihuacan pyramids.

Mexico does not have an official language. In fact, there are 69 languages used in Mexico. The most commonly used, however, is Spanish. If you do not speak Spanish, you may be able to get around with English. It is quite common in tourist places and resorts. You may find people on the street that can understand and say a word or two. However, you should not expect officials or police officers to speak English. They rarely do. But, as we all know, Spanish is not such a difficult language to learn, and you should be fine with a pocket dictionary.

The food in Mexico is incredibly flavorful and diverse. However, keep in mind that Mexican food is not a single list of dishes that are commonly cooked in Mexico. It is more a melting pot of several regional cuisines. You will enjoy a different type of food in Northern Mexico than in the Southeastern region. While all dishes are objectively delicious, you cannot go to Mexico and not try their tamales, enchiladas, and tacos. It’s like going to Turkey and not trying a kebab.

Tap water in Mexico is supposedly potable, but we do not recommend it. You should buy bottled water. Some people go a little bit too far and say that the water is not even clean enough for brushing your teeth, but that is an exaggeration. Besides, all hotels provide a bottle of water per night.

As far as safety is concerned, you should know a few things about Mexico. For one, Mexico is known for violent crimes. People can get kidnapped for ransoms. You should always travel with someone at night and avoid dark streets. Mexico also has a series of drug-related issues. The cartels are at war with the government. However, most tourist destinations are not affected. As long as there is no border in the area you are going, you should be safe.

Healthwise, there is not much to worry about. However, we recommend that you always have some vinegar on you when you go to the beach just in case you are stung by a jellyfish. If you encounter a stingray and it stings you, know that hot water deactivates the poison, so pour water over the sting. As hot as you can bear. Other than that, make sure not to be caught by a riptide.

The bottom line is that Mexico provides some of the best sources of entertainment. Not to mention that their beaches can be incredibly relaxing. Sitting all day on the beach with a cold beer in your hand is something that we all need at some point or another. Your journey to Mexico starts by applying here.

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