• As always you must apply to the consulate in the correct jurisdiction. See the map above. I have noticed slight variances in the instructions per area.  These notes detail my application for an Ohio address.
  • Overview of Applying for a Visa  – You can no longer mail in a visa application. You can not pick a visa up in person.  They will mail the passport with visa back to you via USPS only with self addressed stamped envelope
  • Tourist Visa Requirements


    • Passport
    • Visa application form:  Fill this out online.  They say to print the application but it is really the receipt for the application that you print out and glue a passport photo to.
    • Passport photo with white background 2×2 inches in size – this will be glued on to the visa application receipt:  Says: Recibo de entrega de requerimento – RER that is printing out after filling out the online forms.
    • Itinerary: Copy of purchased round-trip ticket or letter from a travel agent under applicant’s name with complete itinerary, flight number and arrival/departure dates and reservation code provided by the airline company.
    • Proof of Jurisdiction:  copy of driver’s license, utility bills, copy of lease, bank statements and in some cases school documents are all acceptable documents as proof of jurisdiction.
  • Self addressed & stamped envelope with your address filled in.  Return address of the consulate.  Note the tracking number so you can track the return.  U.S. Post Office only. 
  • Visa Fees:  160 USD.  US Post Office money order filled out as described on the linked page.  They only accept US Postal MOs.

Visa Return Envelope Tracking: eg512020139us

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