Bringing a family member from Mexico?

Mexico Country Information

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Information about getting married in Mexico

United States Embassy, Ciudad Juarez Mexico

Embassy Website: https://mx.usembassy.gov/embassy-consulates/ciudad-juarez/

Embassy Phone Number: (656) 227-3000

Important! You can't expect to get accurate information if you call this embassy. The person that answers the phone is a low-level person who knows almost nothing in many cases. Any information you obtain from them should be carefully verified with other sources and should not be considered authoritative until verified.

Embassy Email Address: [email protected]

URL for scheduling the interview online: https://mx.usembassy.gov/u-s-citizen-services/making-an-appointment/

Can fiancé/spouse or others attend the interview with the applicant?: No. However you can bring an interpreter with you if you don't speak English or Spanish. If you are elderly, disabled or a minor child you may bring an assistant. Attorneys are not allowed in the interview or waiting room.

Where to pay the Embassy fee: Over the phone or proceed to a local Banamex or Scotiabank branch.

Local language documents need translated: Documents in foreign languages, other than the language of the country in which the application takes place, should be translated. Original documents and translations will be returned.

Medical Examination Fee: Required fee of $2865.20 Mexican pesos covering only the medical examination ($2262.00 Mexican pesos for minors under age 15). Cash or credit cards (Visa or MasterCard) are the only forms of payment accepted. The vaccination fee is separate from the cost of your required medical examination.

Embassy appointment scheduling method: Schedule your appointment. Visit https://mexico.usvisa-info.com and follow the instructions to log in and to schedule an appointment at any of the Applicant Service Centers (ASCs) in Mexico.

Medical appointment scheduling method: By calling the approved physicians assigned

Number of photos required for the Embassy Interview: 2

Number of photos required for Medical Examination: It is not necessary to bring a
photo for your medical exam.

Visa Delivery: Your passport will be retained a the interview and returned to you by DHL with the visa affixed. There is no charge for this delivery service.

Reciprocity by Country (Documents by Country): https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/Visa-Reciprocity-and-Civil-Documents-by-Country.html

Embassy/Interview instructions for K visas: For complete information, click here.

Embassy/Interview instructions for immigrant (CR-1/IR-1/IR-5) visas: For complete information, click here.

Medical examination instructions: For complete information regarding Medical Examination, click here. For Vaccination, click here.

Others: K Visa Application Forms, FAQ's, Deportation/Voluntary Departure

For Immigrant Visas Only (not K-1 Fiancee Visa)

Senior CoupleImmigrant visa applicants are required to complete the following steps prior to attending your consular interview appointment:
1. Complete the DS-260 form online at https://www.ImmigrantVisas.state.gov. If you provided a DS-260 to NVC already, go to step 4.
2. If your petition did not go through the NVC process, for example, you filed your petition overseas, your invoice ID number will be your date of birth (YYYYMMDD).
3. Print the DS-260 form confirmation page.
4. Next, go to https://mexico.usvisa-info.com and follow up the instructions to log in and to schedule an appointment at any of the Applicant Service Centers (ASCs) in Mexico. Each applicant is required to appear in person at the ASC prior to the consular appointment date. At the ASC your fingerprints and photographs will be collected.
5. At the same website, https://mexico.usvisa-info.com, select a DHL courier office location where you would like to receive your visa.
6. If you have other questions regarding the immigrant visa process, please review the information on https://mexico.usvisa-info.com.

NOTICE FOR YOUR PROTECTION
Since there have been frequent assaults and robberies near the Consulate General and the clinics where the medical exams are conducted, we recommend the following to prevent this happening to you:

1. Do not talk to strangers on the street.
2. The day of your appointment, do not go to the consulate before 6:00 a.m., the consulate opens at 6:30 a.m.
3. Carry the least amount of money possible in cash.
4. Do not show your documents or applications to anyone who offers to put them in order or fill them out, the Immigrant Visa Consular Section will do this for you during your interview date. Regarding any question you have in obtaining a visa, ask personnel inside the consulate general from the visa section. Applications and advice are free.
5. Report any attempted robbery or assault to the consulate general.

Testimonials from Mexico

I would like to thank you all employees of Rapid Visa and Rapid Visa itself. You did a great job. Rapid Visa are the blessing from the skies. Now I'm so glad that my wife is with me celebrating Christmas day. Thank you so much Rapid Visa for making my wish possible and of course thank you God for making Rapid Visa as an instrument for my wish come true.

I will rate 5 star for Rapid Visa.

~ Jesse and Mercy

Jesse and MercyPhilippines / United States of America

We just want to thank everyone at RapidVisa for all their help in our spousal visa. everyone I spoke with over the time period of waiting was always understanding. We appreciate all RapidVisa did to assist us in bridging the gap between us and helping our family be under one roof and in the same country. We are so grateful for your expertise in filing our documents. We will recommend RapidVisa to everyone that need to be with their loved ones and family. Thanks again to all the employees at RapidVisa

~ Henry/Rita Gafatsi

Henry and RitaGhana / United States of America

TO ANYONE THINKING OF USING RAPID, I RECOMMEND THAT YOU READ MY ENTIRE LETTER. IT IS TO YOUR ADVANTAGE.

My fiancée Zeny from the Philippines and I are both about 50 years old and are average or above average in intelligence. Zeny is currently an HR Director for a hotel and resort management co. in Manila. I am a QC director for a co. here in America. She and I are comfortable with paperwork. We looked into the process and the paperwork we were about to have to complete for our visa application. We were sure between us that we could easily complete all the forms with no problem, but we also learned in our research that a few mistakes in our paperwork could cause some lengthy delays. May I add that we did do some extensive research even before we started. We decided to look into finding someone who specializes in this process for a back up to look over our paperwork before we sent it to the United States Citizens Immigrations Services. ( USCIS )

We chose Rapid. Might I say it was the best few hundred dollar investment we could have made. We even visited their Manila Office while I was in the Philippines meeting Zeny for the 1st time in person. Zeny and I completed all of our paperwork on the fool proof Rapid site, then put it all in order as required by the USCIS, mailed it to rapid for them to review it.

Yes Zeny and I were right ! We had easily completed everything correctly. Rapid notified us immediately that all of our paperwork was in perfect order and no correction were needed, and they would mail it for us to the USCIS that same day. We got the notice that our application had been received and were given a tracking number for our case. So we really did not need Rapid. OR SO WE THOUGHT !

Now here is why I recommend Rapid to you all.

Now we had reached this point with our application and then the days turned into weeks, and the weeks turned into months with no word. Nothing yet week after week with our tracking Number. This will be the longest wait of your life. You will sign into the USCIS site for mobile updates on your case sent directly to your phone, and email updates on your case to to your email address, you will log onto your tracking number and no word. Nothing but silence. But we had the serenity and peace of mind knowing that Rapid had already approved our app before they mailed it. They are professionals in this field. This is what they do for a living. Their jobs depend on it. You have peace of mind just knowing that these professionals have already looked over your entire package and approved it before it ever reached the USCIS.

Praise our Lord, Zeny and I got our post decision in a short 3 months. Only formalities now. We made it already. I would like to give a special thanks to Jenn at Rapid. Thanks Jenn. You Rock. Your support is awesome. Zeny and I also know that once she is here in America, it isn't over yet. Lots more paperwork and details. Yes we will be using rapid for sure. You have my permission Jenn to use anything from any part of our journey that you might think would help Rapid. Thank you Rapid and thank you Jenn.

You do know that Zeny and I have recently received our letter from the NVC.

I would like to say a special thank you for all your support and help with getting us to this point. I would like to think that Zeny and I could have made this far without you and rapid, but now I am so glad we had all of you at rapid behind us. Especially you Jenn. Knowing now what we did not know when we started, you and Rapid are the best money we ever invested. Jenn you tell your boss Ben he gets an A+ for his step by step site. Excellent user friendly step by step fool proof guide. You cant do it wrong with Rapid. Great company Ben. Great staff as well. Thanks Jenn. Thanks Ben. You have our permission to use anything from us that might help you help others. You can even mix and match any parts if you need. Just keep doing what you do best.

~ Ronnie and Zeny

Ronnie and ZenyPhilippines / United States of America