How to Get a Student Visa for Mexico Step by Step

Mexico Student Visa

Mexico Student Visa

Want to study in Cancun rather than just take spring break there? Here’s how to get a student visa to Mexico. To learn how to acquire other types of Mexican visas, click here.

1
Find your consulate

Click on the link to find the website of the consulate that services the area where you currently reside.

2
Find the visa applications

Normally, after you land on the consulate page, there will be a link on the left-hand side that says “Visas,” “Visa for Mexico”, or “Visas for Foreign Nationals.” Find that link and click it.

3
Find the student application

Look for a link that says “Student Visa” or “Visa Categories” (then find the Student Visa link) and click on it.

4
Gather documentation

Gather the required documents.

  • Note that the required documents will vary from consulate to consulate.
  • The Mexican government gives the individual consular offices a lot of leeway on what they can ask for.
5
Apply for the visa

In most situations, probably because there are so many Mexican consulates in the United States and around the world, you will need to apply in person.

6
Wait until you receive the visa.

Your new Mexican visa will be ready shortly. The time period will vary from consulate to consulate. Congratulations! Enjoy your trip!

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Visa Hunter's Notes

Visa Hunter’s Notes:

  • Student visas are valid for 1 year.
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Vaccination information

Don’t get sick! Here is the latest information on any required vaccines for your stay in Mexico.

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