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|Traveling To Mexico General Enquiries by keystone123(m): 10:12am On Jun 27, 2012|
Hello Nairalanders, I notice that there are alot of people willing to travel to Mexico but they dont know how to go about it. like:
i) requirement for Tourist visa to mexico from Nigeria
ii) requirement for student visa
iii)spouse,work,sport visas and alot more.
iv) how mexican conduct their interviews.
v) There address and website as well as visa application form.
Vi) visa fee and how they accept their visa fee.
Also, how Nigerians that are currently living in mexico are surviving, how newly arrived Nigerian can live in mexico where to go and where not to go and alot more.
I am using this opportunity to call on Nigerians who are currently living in mexico and people that are have traveling experience to contribute to this particular Topic which I know most of people that are willing to Travel to Mexico will surely benefit and also for upcoming novice will be highly benefited
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|Re: Traveling To Mexico General Enquiries by BigBelleyBen(m): 8:50am On Aug 13, 2012|
Tourist Visa Requirements To Mexico U must have visited or have one oF the following visas in ur passport canada,america japan, australia, uk which must not exceed two years visa fee is 36 Dollars but u must present 50 or 100 dollar notes not pieces. U must buy your ticket first before visa is granted
|Re: Traveling To Mexico General Enquiries by usherroyal(m): 7:50pm On Aug 18, 2012|
Mexico for that matter.so why is the poster want to go to mexico if he possess those visas. Is mexico worth those requirement.
|Re: Traveling To Mexico General Enquiries by larry4eva: 12:01pm On Aug 20, 2012|
Pls me I want to go and hustle in mexico pls can I be guided and not being mislead ??
|Re: Traveling To Mexico General Enquiries by larry4eva: 12:02pm On Aug 20, 2012|
Becos an agent as me to bring 220k for mexican visa
|Re: Traveling To Mexico General Enquiries by juman(m): 12:48pm On Aug 20, 2012|
Mexico ko, Colombia ni. Hiss.
|Re: Traveling To Mexico General Enquiries by usherroyal(m): 9:08pm On Aug 20, 2012|
@larry4ever, go to their embassy in abuja and make your findings and keep your money away from agent.mexico is not that save. They can shoot anyone because of $5. They shoot anyhow and kidnap expecially foreigner,strange bulet anyhow.I am not trying to discourage you but that is basic truth about the place. But if you are there you are in usa,because there are many usa citizen living there because they share bounaries. Don't think of crossing oo.they speak spanish and english as their offical language.
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|Re: Traveling To Mexico General Enquiries by larry4eva: 1:33pm On Aug 21, 2012|
thanks for the information but i really have not gotten answer to my question pls can a beginner find it easier in mexico?
and are the friendly and how can av easy visa assess without falling into the hands of those fraudlent agent [b][/b]
|Re: Traveling To Mexico General Enquiries by Nobody: 11:22pm On Aug 21, 2012|
larry4eva: thanks for the information but i really have not gotten answer to my question pls can a beginner find it easier in mexico?Seems this dude can't read.... Mexico of all countries?
|Re: Traveling To Mexico General Enquiries by BigBelleyBen(m): 10:16pm On Aug 22, 2012|
Life in mexico is hard if u can't speak spanish or u don't have someone that can put u through. Mexico Is Survival of the fitest so if u are strong willed and can do and can work well u might just find the facour of God.
|Re: Traveling To Mexico General Enquiries by ChitownBase: 7:52am On Sep 10, 2012|
larry4eva: thanks for the information but i really have not gotten answer to my question pls can a beginner find it easier in mexico?
@ larry i wont tell u what to do or travel to....mexico of all places mehn its dangerous becos i kno u are thinking of crossing the border to the usa....for me personally i wont advice u go there cos its not safe..spanish speaking country...and even most people there are trying to cross the border to usa just to get a good life...so no go from frying pan to fire
|Re: Traveling To Mexico General Enquiries by keystone123(m): 10:22am On Jan 04, 2013|
hum thanks all, to add to what my fellows has contributed. mexico is a good place if you know correct state to settle in mexico some state in mexico are good for beginners while some are not good. anyone interested in traveling there should do their research on their own. as for me I can travel there. but I dont encourage anyone to think of crossing there are many things you can do legally to make a living in mexico. as regards to mexico visa it is very easy to get their visa if you have your document but it is not so that it is necessary to have canada or uk visa on your passport before they can give you but if you have travel to uk, russia, germany, turkey it is added advantage for you to get the visa. I have correct agent that is doing it. peace.
|Re: Traveling To Mexico General Enquiries by keystone123(m): 10:29am On Jan 04, 2013|
and more. the flight ticket is too high. 300k to 400 is the flight ticket to mexico
|Re: Traveling To Mexico General Enquiries by transponder: 8:56pm On Jan 06, 2013|
Mexico Tourist visa is easy to get in Mexician embassy abuja, it costs $36, they will give you 3 months, once you get there you can get their stay in Mexico.
Am currently in Mexico, i have been working in Mexico for two years, its a nice country,but not many black people are there, as a black man they look like me like a king.
Mexico is safe,its only the North of Mexico that its not, their electricity is stable, good water, good road.
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|Re: Traveling To Mexico General Enquiries by 19naia(m): 6:17am On Jan 07, 2013|
I have been to mexico many times..its true not many black people there...I knew of americans there who were husstleing to survive there even though they could go back to USA..many USA fugitives hide there and yes there is lots of drug gang murder up north involveing government and personal fights.....there are safe palces to go further south and away from the pacific side sinaloa and michuacan and some US citizens i know love to go there often for holiday...if americans would husstle there,then nigerian would not be so worried there with a better standard of development also high population and commerce..i travel and stay in central america often but below mexico in nicaragua also again this january 2 weeks time for 6 month stay...i use US passport but there is the mexican visa info for abuja someone posted above and $36 is cheap compared to what i pay with US passport in countries near mexico...i lived on the border of mexico for 5 years 1997 to 2001 and i would go to mexico every weekend and often go for several weeks far south..once i drove 4 days south into mexico to puerto vallarta and back to arizona USA...many beautiful beach resort cities there...there is lots of official coruption at border crossings and possible random places,they try to extort bribes often and if you are black in mexico,it is likely that anyone who does not know you will think you are black american there...i remember children trying to jump and touch my hair to see what it was like ,very rare for them to see black people...i also remember children trying to grab my wallet and run one time...if mexico is easy visa from nigeria,its worth the try to go and it will have you centered in the americas with many nice countries nearby
|Re: Traveling To Mexico General Enquiries by transponder: 7:50am On Jan 07, 2013|
Mexico is lovely,i like it.i work there, and go back to the states every six weeks.Please come o.
|Re: Traveling To Mexico General Enquiries by gowaga68: 9:14pm On Jan 07, 2013|
transponder: Mexico is lovely,i like it.i work there, and go back to the states every six weeks.Please come o.What the OP asked are not answered o, what would it look like for a JJC??
|Re: Traveling To Mexico General Enquiries by keystone123(m): 5:12pm On Jan 08, 2013|
transponder: Mexico Tourist visa is easy to get in Mexician embassy abuja, it costs $36, they will give you 3 months, once you get there you can get their stay in Mexico.
Thank you Transponder and 19naia. you people have done well. but I will like to know how to obtain mexico tourist card in mexico embassy in abuja. kindly put me through on the process. also what do you have to say on the flight to mexico. waiting for your comment. peace onto us!
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|Re: Traveling To Mexico General Enquiries by 19naia(m): 10:13pm On Jan 08, 2013|
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LOS 10:10p MEX 11:26a 19h 16m 1 stop (IAH)
MEX 3:21p LOS 2:35p 16h 14m 1 stop (IAH)
KLM Royal Dutch
LOS 9:40p MEX 6:50p 27h 10m 1 stop (AMS)
MEX 2:30p LOS 7:45p 22h 15m 2 stops (JFK…)
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LOS 11:00p MEX 6:10p 25h 10m 1 stop (CDG)
MEX 2:30p LOS 7:45p 22h 15m 2 stops (JFK…)
Delta operates flight 7811.
LOS 10:00p MEX 7:05p 27h 05m 1 stop (FRA)
MEX 9:15p LOS 5:30p 37h 15m 1 stop (FRA)
LOS 10:00p MEX 12:40p 44h 40m 2 stops (FRA…)
MEX 1:45p LOS 5:30p 44h 45m 2 stops (CLT…)
Economy THIS IS AND IDEA OF CURRENT ROUND TRIP TICKETS FROM LAGOS TO MEXICO.........THE MEXICO VISA PROCESS IS NOT SO COMPLEX. ALL THE NEEDED INFO WAS POSTED ABOVE BY OTHER PEOPLE REPLYS...$36.OO AND YOUR CURRENT PASSPORT WITH MORE THAN 6 MONTHS VALIDITY,YOUR TICKET PURCHASED AND THE APPLIOCATION FORM FROM ONLINE OR ITS BEST YOU GO TO THE EMBASSY NEAREST TO YOU IN PERSON IF YOU STILL WANT MORE ASSURANCE OF HOW TO GO EVERY STEP OF THE WAY... I WILL GO NOW TO THE EMBASSY SITE AND LINK IT TO HERE SO YOU CAN APPLY THERE ONLINE IF POSSIBLE Mexico Embassy , Nigeria
39 Usuma Street, Maitama District
MEXICO EMBASSY NIGERIAhttp://embassy-finder.com/mexico_in_abuja_nigeria
|Re: Traveling To Mexico General Enquiries by 19naia(m): 10:20pm On Jan 08, 2013|
Mexico tourist visa is required for citizens
Personal appearance required for all visa types.
IMPORTANT:http://mexico.visahq.com.ng/, at this time, VisaHQ does not provide full service for tourist visas to Mexico. All applicants must apply in person at the nearest Embassy of Mexico. Information below is for reference purposes only. Please address all questions to the Embassy of Mexico directly.
aOriginal, signed Nigeria passport with at least 6 months of remaining validity.
bPassport-type photographs: 2
cPhotocopies of the passport and ID card. The applicant must provide photocopies of the original passport and ID card, including copy of all visas(valid and expired)
dProof of status. Copy of registration certificate / copy of visa and copy of work permit(if available)in Nigeria
eItinerary. Copy of round trip tickets or itinerary.
fBank Statement. Copy of a recent bank statement showing proof of sufficient funds.
gHotel Reservations. Copy of confirmed hotel reservations.
hPersonal Invitation. If staying with friends or family, a letter of invitation from the host in Mexico, NOTARIZED by the appropriate city hall in Mexico can be used instead of the hotel reservation.
|Re: Traveling To Mexico General Enquiries by 19naia(m): 10:26pm On Jan 08, 2013|
IT states that it is required for you to go in person to the embassy for all nigerians applying to go to mexico...No online APPLICATION option...use the information posted ABOVE here to know what you must gather to take with you when you go to the embassy..the telephone to call there is posted above and its wise to call them for an appointment so to be sure they have time to see you when you arrive....KNOWING SOMEONE IN MEXICO WHO IS MEXICAN CITIZEN TO INVITE YOU IS IMPORTANT REQUIREMENT...ITS BEST YOU GET OFF THIS NAIRALAND AND GO TO MEXICAN WEB SITES TO MEET PEOPLE... AND GET CALLING AND THEN GOING TO THE EMBASSY IN ABUJA
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|Re: Traveling To Mexico General Enquiries by keystone123(m): 12:55pm On Jan 11, 2013|
@19naia. you have done a great job which I believe alot of people interested in traveling to mexico will benefit from your post. thank you so much for your contribution this is type of people we are looking for in Nairaland not the type of people that will discourage or kill excellent spirit.
|Re: Traveling To Mexico General Enquiries by keystone123(m): 12:57pm On Jan 11, 2013|
I am some how confuse if someone will not need transit visa if there is stop over to connect to another flight. e.g KLM, lufthansa etc. kindly clarify it. thanks in millions.
|Re: Traveling To Mexico General Enquiries by 19naia(m): 9:24pm On Jan 12, 2013|
generally speaking,when buying an airline ticket,it is expected that you have your visas sorted out at the time of check in at airport and one time when i bought my ticket in person at the airline office,they wanted to see my visa or qualifying visa waived nation passport,and then also to get most visas,they want to see your ticket....the airline was able to confirm for me what visas were needed for transit or other purposes...that is when you buy in person at their office or if you buy online ticket,then you must find the ticket/route and then call to the airline to request transit visa info...airlines normally only sell roundtrip ticket for non nationals of the destination ...you can also just call and buy over the phone after all your questions and needs have been answered.......the other way is search to buy the ticket on line or in person and then call or email the consulates of those countries for transit visa policies,and then set about to meet the requirements..transit visas are easy especially if you already have your destination entry requirements sorted out....the conflict of visa needed to buy ticket and ticket needed to get visa may eliminate online and phone options in some cases...a good travel agent can help you sort that out......use this link here to research the address and telephone/email of most consulates/embassies in the world:::http://www.visahq.com/visas.php
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