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Mexican Passport / Visa Photo Requirements and Size
3 min read
Updated on May 14, 2024

Are you working on applying for your Mexican passport? Whether traveling or working abroad, ensuring all your Mexican passport documentation is in order is a crucial step you need to take. One of the steps often left to the last minute is figuring out where to have your passport photo taken.

What is the Mexican visa Photo Size Requirements?

A Mexican visa must be 45 x 35 mm (4.5 x 3.5 cm). The chin to the crown of the head must be between 30-36 mm.

More Photo Specs

  • Size: 45 x 35mm
  • Color: The visa and or passport photo must be in color - no black & white photos will be allowed with your visa application
  • Head size and position: you should look directly into the camera at a straight angle, face filling the photo completely.
  • Background: White
  • Smile: Neutral smiling expression
  • Eyes: Eyes should be open
  • Glasses: No glasses
  • Headgear: Uncovered head
  • Quantity needed for visa application: One (1) photograph

Mexico Passport Photo Size Requirements Guide

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Mexico Passport Photo and Visa Photo Requirements, Rules, Guidelines, and specifications

Taking your visa photo online is easier than ever before. We here at iVisa Photos dedicated ourselves to create a simple, easy experience. The iVisa Photos service is 100% compliant with the Mexican Government specifications making life even less stressful when applying for your visa.

So what are the Mexican passport photo requirements?

The Photo is required to be 4.5 by 3.5 mm and must show the entire front of the face on a white background.

Here is a list of the of of the remaining requirements:

  • The photo can not be older than 6 months.
  • You have to show your entire face on the image as well as the top part of your shoulders.
  • Do not wear or use any headgear such as a hat
  • No glasses, although you are allowed to wear your everyday glasses
  • You have to submit one (1) photograph with your visa application form found here.

Rules and requirements for babies, infants, and newborns Passport and Visa photos

The visa to Mexico photo rules and requirements are the same for adults and children alike. We have some tips below that will help you in getting a compliant photo for your baby so that they too can apply for the Mexican visa.

  • One, your baby needs to have their eyes open and a lot of moms out there recommend that you take a picture after your baby had a good rest

  • Two, the background needs to also be white so dressing the baby in a contrasting color will help.

  • Three, you can use a white blanket, bed sheet, or even paper.

  • Four, if your baby is too young, say a few weeks old then we recommend that you take the baby and lay him or her on the kitchen or a dining room table in their car seat. When your baby is ready and in position, one person should take the photo and another person should make sure that the baby is safe.

  • Finally, take a lot of pictures so that you will have at least one acceptable image among them.

  • iVisa.com

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