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FM2 Visa for Mexico

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What is it? A FMT is a tourist visa for people traveling to Mexico. It’s normally valid for 180 days. Immigrant Visas (FM2 visas) are issued to foreigners who want to live in Mexico for more than a year and are seeking permanent residency or Mexican citizenship.

Can you work in Mexico with an FM2 visa?

If your immigration status is “no inmigrante” or “inmigrante” (non-resident immigrant), you need to get permission from the Mexican Immigrations Office (Instituto Nacional de Migración – INM) before you can work in an area that is different from the one that you were authorised for.

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Sometimes when you travel to another country they ask for your vital records to be apostille. Apostille? Yes! A-po-steel. Why didn’t I think of that? A-po-steel. I learned that word in grade school, like something to do with religion? No. It’s a document attached to your documents so it is recognize overseas. The Mexican government doesn’t know what an official birth certificate suppose to look like from the United States, so it has to have an apostille stapled to the document before they accept it.