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By: Q-Roo Paul | Two Exptas living in Mexico

Readers often write me to ask how much it costs to get a temporary or permanent resident visa in Mexico. My answer changes every January when the Mexican immigration authority, known as the Instituto Nacional de Migración (INM), puts their latest fee schedule into effect.

Historically, I would just share a link to the fee schedule but it confused more than a few people because it’s 100% in Spanish and contains more information and categories than most folks require.

This year, I decided to translate the sections that people ask me most about and to create an easy to follow chart that you can refer back to whenever the need arises. By the way, don’t panic when you see the prices — they’re in Mexican pesos.

You can find the current exchange rates for U.S. dollars (USD), Canadian Dollars (CAD) and Euros (EUR) on the side bar of this site.


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