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Mexico Tourist Visa for Haitian Citizens: Apply for your Mexican visa now
4 min read
Updated on May 14, 2024

For Haitian citizens planning a tourism adventure in Mexico, it's crucial to understand the Mexican Tourist Visa application process and the requirements for obtaining a Tourist Card.

In this guide, tailored specifically for Haitian passport holders, we'll provide valuable insights to help you navigate the Mexico visa and Tourist Card procedures seamlessly.

Mexico Beach Landscape

We don't currently offer the Mexico Tourist Visa to Haitian citizens but you can acquire your Tourist Land Card with us. To apply for your Mexico Tourist Visa, we recommend visiting the official Mexico Government Website, where you can also apply for your FMM (Tourist Card - Land).

Do citizens of Haiti need a visa for Mexico?

Yes, citizens of Haiti require a visa for tourism purposes when traveling to Mexico. Similarly, individuals from Haiti must obtain both a Mexico Tourist Visa and a Tourist Card before entering the country.

If you find the process overwhelming, don't worry! At iVisa, we are here to guide you through the entire process.

Mexico Tourist Visa application: How to apply from Haiti

While you still have to gather your documents and visit a Mexican Embassy, our guidance and assistance make the whole process super easy.

Here's how it works:

  • Step one: Fill out the online visa and Tourist Card application via the iVisa mobile app or the Mexican Embassy website with accurate personal details like your name, contact info, job info, and financial info. It's important to make sure the information matches your ID documents.

  • Step two: After completing the application form, choose the processing time that suits you best and pay with your credit or debit card. Simple as that!

  • Step three: Keep an eye on your inbox because we'll email you a detailed guide. This guide will walk you through the entire process, from gathering the necessary documents to knowing where to submit them. We're with you every step of the way!

What is the Mexico Tourist Visa for citizens of Haiti?

The Mexico Tourist Visa is necessary for foreign nationals who require a visa to enter the country. It permits individuals to stay in Mexico for various purposes, including:

  • Tourism

  • Business

  • Cultural or sports activities,

  • Exploring Mexico

It is crucial to note that the Mexico Tourist Visa strictly prohibits engaging in paid work or earning money while in the country. This visa is solely intended for non-remunerative activities.

How long is the Mexico Tourist Visa valid for citizens of Haiti?

The Mexican tourist visa lets you enter the country for up to 180 days Per Entry. It's valid for 180 days after issued and must be used within 90 days. You can stay in Mexico for up to 180 days at once, but if you want to stay longer, you must ask for an extension from the Mexican Immigration Service (INM).

Mexico Tourist Card

The Mexican Tourist Card is a document that grants entry to visitors from other countries into Mexico. This card is not a visa and can’t be used as a substitute for one.

For individuals from Haiti planning to visit Mexico, it's necessary to apply for a Mexican tourist card. It's important to note that the tourist card can only be used for leisure, vacation, or recreational purposes, not for seeking employment.

Requirements to apply for a Mexico Tourist Visa in Haiti?

Haitian citizens who want to apply for a Mexico Tourist Visa must meet the following eligibility requirements:

  • A valid passport with a minimum validity of six months from the planned entry date into Mexico.

  • Passport-size photographs that meet the specifications outlined below.

  • A booked return travel ticket indicating when you plan to leave Mexico.

  • Proof of sufficient financial means to cover the duration of your stay, which may include bank statements from the past three months.

  • Proof of accommodation, such as a hotel booking or the name and address of a friend or family member you'll be staying with.

  • Documents related to your employment status.

  • A credit or debit card to pay the visa application fee.

  • Not be objectionable or prohibited from entering Mexico.

Meeting these eligibility requirements is crucial to ensure a smooth and successful application process.

Mexico San Miguel de Allende

Mexico Tourist Card fee and processing time

For the exact costs, processing time, and benefits of applying with iVisa, please refer to our Mexico Tourist card product page or simply begin your application.

How to contact iVisa for more information

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact our customer service team, who will be able to answer any questions you may have via online chat or WhatsApp.

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