How long does it take to get a passport at the Mexican Consulate?
The processing time for routine passport renewals is 3-4 weeks. If you are traveling within the next 2 weeks, please see Emergency Passports for further information.
How do I make an appointment with a Mexican passport?
Your first step in the Mexican passport renewal process is to make contact with the MEXITEL (877-639-4835) passport helpline. They will assist you in making an appointment with a Mexican consulate nearest you.
How do I make an appointment to renew my Mexican passport?
Where can a Mexican passport take you?
The Mexican passport is considered the 24th most powerful passport in the world regarding travel freedom, according to the Henley Passport Index. Mexican passport holders are currently able to travel to around 120 states without a visa or with a visa on arrival.
How much is a Mexican passport cost?
|Expiration||3, 6, or 10 years (18 years or older)|
|Cost||MXN 1,345 (3 years) MXN 1,845 (6 years) MXN 2,840 (10 years)|
How to contact the Mexican consulate in Philadelphia PA?
Consulate of Mexico in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1 Consulate Address 111 S Independence Mall E, , Suite 310 Philadelphia PA 19106 United States 2 Telephone 3 (215) 923-8384 4 Fax 5 (215) 923-7281 6 Email 7 [email protected] 8 Office Hours 9 Monday to Friday: 8:30 am – 5:30 pm
Where is the Mexican consulate in the United States?
On this page you can also find all other Mexican consulates located in the United States. Address: Mexican Consulate in Philadelphia, United States – 111 South Independence Mall East, Suite 310 – The Bourse Building – Philadelphia – Pennsylvania 19106 – United States.
Do you need a visa to enter Mexico from the US?
The consulate provides a range of consular services and accepts visa applications, issues passports and legalizes documents. U.S. citizens do not require a tourist visa to enter Mexico. Please contact the consulate of Mexico in Philadelphia directly to inquire about the availability of other types of visa.
What is the purpose of the Mexican American community in Pennsylvania?
• Protects the interests of Mexican citizens while living or traveling throughout Pennsylvania, Delaware and southern New Jersey. • Facilitates economic, education and cultural exchanges between Mexico and the region. • Supports the Mexican diaspora community and organizations at large.