Official Tourist Card via Land (FFM Form) to Mexico

Official Mexico Tourist Card - Land (FFM Form) by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Mexico requests visa to Mexico. Apply now for Mexico Tourist Card - Land (FFM Form)

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Valid for 180 Days

Tourist Card by Land

Single Entry

Government Fee

$32.00

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Valid for 180 Days

Tourist Card by Air

Single Entry

Government Fee

$6.00

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Valid for 180 Days

eTA

Single Entry

Government Fee

$6.00

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Aid-Air does not charge a fee before checking all of your documents. Checking the documents and your eligibility for a visa is free.

Required Documents To Apply

  • Passport with at least 6-month validity
  • Airplane ticket, including the flight number
  • Credit/Debit card or PayPal account for payment

Important Instructions

  • The immigration official at the port of entry will usually grant you 180 days in Total.
  • The Tourist Card (FMM) may be issued for up to 180 days in Total and is issued per person, including children.
  • Travelers who want to visit Mexico must have a passport with at least 6 months of validity from the planned date of entry.
  • The Tourist Card (Air) is free for all passengers traveling by air with a major commercial airline.
  • The Tourist Card (Air) is PER PERSON so if there are four people traveling, all four need a separate Tourist Card with their information.
  • You can apply for a Tourist Card within 30 days of your arrival in Mexico.
  • You will get two (2) pages. Make sure you do not cut or alter the forms in any way – leave them as is.
  • This Tourist Card has the purpose of facilitating the entry to Mexico but it DOES NOT replace a visa. If your country requires it, the immigration officers at the airport will ask for the visa along with a printed copy of the Tourist Card. Thus, We suggest passengers print and bring a physical copy on their trip.
  • Bear in mind that some nationalities require a visa. For those, we suggest you approach the nearest embassy.
  • 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 by a Tourist Card (Air), you can only enter Mexico through the following International Airports

TIPS:

  • Make sure that the Mexican officials stamp your card.
  • It is recommended you write down your FMM number in case it is lost or stolen.

Learn More: Tourist Card via Land (FFM Form) to Mexico

In 2015, the National Immigration Institute (INM) introduced the Tourist Card. According to the Forma Migratoria Múltiple, it is an admission document issued to vacationing visitors of certain nationalities. It is also popularly known as a tourist visa, although it is not officially a visa. Applicants will receive their Tourist Card via email after filling the application form. Aid-Air offers this service because many of our clients have had issues with long lines at their point of entry to pay for the card and our service will help you avoid the queue. In addition, obtaining this card means you don’t have to fill out the form when you arrive at your port of entry. To summarize, getting this card in advance could save you time, but please note that it is not obligatory and carries a service fee.