Immigrating from Mexico

Bringing a family member from Mexico?

RapidVisa is here to help you with all your Mexico to USA family immigration needs. We even offer support in Spanish, and have a fully Spanish version of our site. We want to make the process painless. To get started, create your free account today.

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: http://ciudadjuarez.usconsulate.gov/public_inquiry_form.html

URL for scheduling the interview online: http://usvisa-info.com/es-MX/selfservice/ss_country_welcome

Can fiance/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 http://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): http://travel.state.gov/content/visas/english/fees/reciprocity-by-country/MX.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’sDeportation/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 http://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 http://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, http://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 http://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

Daniel and Christianne

Daniel and Christianne

Mexico-Flag-64-RapidVisa.comRapid Visa did a amazing job. Thanks to them we are finally together and as a family. The process was very easy and fast. After almost 2 years of dating you helped us bring our family together and our dreams come true. We can not thank you enough. We will gladly use your company through the rest of our process.


Shaniqua and Juan Carlos

Shaniqua and Juan Carlos

Mexico-Flag-64-RapidVisa.comWe are 100% satisfied with the services provided by RapidVisa. The process was easy, affordable and they were always there to answer our questions. We never felt alone in the process. We knew that RapidVisa there to guide us and help us along. The customer service agents were always professional, courteous, knowledgeable and prompt to respond. We would DEFINITELY recommend using RapidVisa.

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William and Maria

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Mexico-Flag-64-RapidVisa.comIt took 4 months and it was worth it. When we started the process everyone said it would take longer but with the help of Rapidvisa we are together in Denver and will marry within the month.

The fact that Rapidvisa spoke both English and Spanish was priceless. They were with us every step of the way. We plan to use the service for our Adjustment of Status.

The price was right and everyone pitched in to a process that no one can tell you about. It's difficult. Don't go it alone. Rapidvisa has been worth every penny.

When it was over this is how we felt...

William and Maria
Mexico / USA

Gary, Danelia and Kids

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Mexico-Flag-64-RapidVisa.comI met Danelia in Algodones, Baja California, Mexico, and we quickly became an item. Just shy of a year later, we were married in Mexico, which can be an ordeal in itself! Although Algodones is a border town, and close for me, we decided to immigrate Danelia and her children to the United States.

After researching immigration attorneys, browsing the USCIS and Dept of State web sites, and investigating various online resources, I chose to employ the services of RapidVisa. The posted prices were very reasonable, and the children received discounted pricing.

As I was gathering the initial documents, I discovered that I had more questions than the Dept of State had answers. Fortunately, RapidVisa was always there for me – by email, by chat and by phone! It took about six months for the USCIS to approve my petition and forward it to the National Visa Center at the Department of State. The NVC took another six months to pre-process my case. This was the most frustrating time, as the NVC had a considerable back-log due to computer security issues. But RapidVisa was always there for me, and I could count on their reassurances.

Finally, after about fifteen months, we traveled to Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico for the visa interview. As per Consulate policy, I was not allowed to enter with my family, but they had no problems and were approved! We received their Visa packets in three days, via DHL. Thank you RapidVisa!

Gary, Danelia and Kids
Mexico / USA

Charles and Jamilet

Mexico-Flag-64-RapidVisa.comJamilet and I are together now. Rapid Visa made it easy. Thank you. I plan to use site for change of status.

Charles and Jamilet
Mexico / USA

Sean and Clau

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Mexico-Flag-64-RapidVisa.comJust a quick note to tell you how great it was having your help getting my Claudia thru the long process of the K1....it was nice having Rapid Visa to help with the questions... Thanks again
Sean / Arizona, USA

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Hey Dan, here to tell you that everything went great after a stressful and long process (8 months) we finally are together. I want to thank Rapid visa and the crew for all the advices and help. We did it :)

Our wedding will be in March 2014. we are very happy :) I am talking for both :P

Clau / Mexico

Sean and Clau
Mexico / USA

Robert and Diana

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Mexico-Flag-64-RapidVisa.comWe would like to thank Rapid Visa and particularly Mrs. Chona and Mr. Rick for their unconditional support. At the beginning, guess as every couple new to the website, we were pretty skeptical but as time went by, they made the whole process a lot easier and for every question asked they always had a kind and accurate answer; Now we are a happy couple looking forward to a future together. Moving in the US, no matter the circumstances, can be pretty tough but know you are not alone, Rapid Visa has a group of professionals that can help you going through all this. Thank you once again!

Robert and Diana
Mexico / USA

Juan and Brenda

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Mexico-Flag-64-RapidVisa.comHi everyone,

I want to let everyone know that using Rapidvisa.com is the best decision you will ever make. They are quick, reliable, trustworthy, freindly and very experienced! They are always there for you and do not delay in contacting you back quickly. My wife's CR-1 visa took us 15 months to complete but that was because of USCIS backlogs and the poor way in which they put out their information. My wife is from Hermosillo, Mexico.

The initial application is the longest wait and then it goes quickly after that. I contacted RapidVisa several times and had gotten bad information from other sources but they got me back on track quickly.

The only thing I would recommend is maybe an information page for people to share thier experience when they went to their visa appointment.
Mine was a real headache and I had so much bad information from their website. I have alot to share and we weren't the only ones with these problems.

But I could always rely on Rapid Visa to give me accurate information. My wife and I are so happy now and we highly recommend this website.

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Shared information - 

When you arrive for your Visa appointment make sure you have Medical completed and results in hand and also fingerprints completed and in hand. You have to do your medical exam there in Juarez. Don't get it before because it will not be accepted. You can not enter for your appointment without this! We had to payout $100 more for fingerprints and to set appointments by local office.

Make sure before you leave for your appointment that your Affadavit of  support is current. Ours was outdated and I had to reprint at Juarez. Apparently a new one came out before our appointment.

Medical cost us $400 because they make you get all your vaccinations again regardless if you already have them. Don't get them prior to your appointment. Its a waste of time and money.

Take extra money with you. We paid out about $600 to $700 more then we expected and get there at least one business day early.  Ask at your Hotel for local information about your visa appointment. Our hotel knew (what had to be completed first)  alot and they were very helpful.  In Juarez, Mexico stay at the Ibis Hotel.(Find online).

It's almost connected to the medical exam building and it's right across the street from Conulate building, food, transportation. Everything except  DHL is there.

Your visa packet will be sent via DHL. We had it sent there in Juarez and you'll get it in 1 business day. Maybe even that afternoon.

Immigrants - Know your spouses and family information! Alot of people were denied because they forgot the name of there father-in-law  or mother-in-law.

Know as much as you can and be ready. Don't answer unless you are sure of the question. Hesitation or correcting your answer will make you look suspicious and they will question you more. You will not go to an office, you will go to a window for your interview. Don't carry anything more
than you have to due to security. Only immigrant is allowed at interview. The others will wait outside. Wait outside close by in case your spouse/fiancee needs something from you. Alot of people were  holding purses for women. Internet, copy places, passport photos, etc were all right there.

Medical opens at 6 am and you get results at 1 pm. Fingerprint appointments need to be made ahead of time.  Hotel may be able to get you contact information.

Sincerely,

Juan and Brenda
Mexico / USA

Carina and Chuy

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Mexico-Flag-64-RapidVisa.comwe want to thank rapid visa but in special thanks to weng she has helped me so much in all my questions and doubts she has been there with me for hrs trying to figure something out or just giving me some advice in my fiance visa i dont know what it would been of me if she didnt help me with the process i was beyond nervous and scared something so little was going to ruin the whole process they received are papers on the 6 of feb 2013 by 31 of may 2013 we were approved and on july 17 are visa was approved the interview was so far out due to that i had my vacation until july and iwanted to give him the paper work personally. and on the 08th of aug was his entry to the usa! (: i notice that alot of people were turned down but with us everything went smoothly and he was just asked 4 questions and they didnt ask for any paper work and got approved (:

thank you rapid visa and Weng for everything

we will be doing are AOS And removing status with you guys ! (: thank you

Carina and Chuy
Mexico / USA

Danie'L and Alan

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Mexico-Flag-64-RapidVisa.comMy fiance and I for a longtime had talked about it being necessary to join our lives and that we were no longer content with just momentary visits or brief internet encounters but we did not know how to do that. One day I really started investigating on the internet our options and I encountered the Rapidvisa site. I was concerned about its legitimacy at first (as anyone would be if there's a fee involved) but after talking with staff and reading reviews about it online I decided to proceed with their services. Before encountering Rapidvisa, I had no knowledge regarding the visa process and found this site and its staff to be a wonderful tool to help me with all if, and's and but's. Sure, you could probably investigate everything and save yourself the Rapidvisa fee, but I assure you, that money is well worth it--especially if you have no concrete knowledge regarding the visa process...it is very sticky and messy!! If it weren't for Rapidvisa, I'm sure things would have been a lot more difficult. Thanks!!!

Danie'L and Alan
Mexico / USA

Marlon and Teyra

Mexico-Flag-64-RapidVisa.comMy wife and I was approved of the adjustment of status this year. Rapid visa save me a lot of money. I have talk to a lawyer and he wanted three thousand to do the adjustment of status. I talk to different lawyers and they were telling me things to scare me about the adjustment of status. I believe they said those things just to get my business. I save time and money by going with rapid visa. I would recommend this immigration service to anyone. Also, thanks Jasmin Garcia for your help.

Marlon and Teyra
Mexico / USA

Edward and Jose

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Mexico-Flag-64-RapidVisa.comThank you Rapid Visa!

My partner and I have been together since 2000 and we were married in 2008 on the first day same-sex marriage became legal in California. When DOMA came down on June 26th we were finally able to apply for a change in immigration status for my husband Jose. I downloaded the government immigration forms and tried to start filling them out but it was very difficult, so we decided to look online for lawyers to help us with the paperwork. We called several attorneys but the prices for their services alone ranged from $2200 to $5000. I came across Rapid Visa by searching the net and saw several positive comments about the service. We called Rapid Visa and asked a lot of questions. The customer service was excellent and the process seemed simple so we decided to give it a try.

The process was extremely easy- very similar to doing your taxes with Turbo Tax. The program asks you all the necessary questions and then it fills out the forms for you. We completed the form within a few hours and gathered all our documents in a few weeks. Our application was accepted by the US Citizen and Immigration Services on July 21st and by October 16th my husband had his GREEN CARD!!! It was amazing! In less than three months we had completed the entire process. One last note- when we had our final interview, the agent processing our application asked us who had completed our paperwork. We told her that we had done it using Rapid Visa. She said that she was very impressed and that the entire packet had been completed and put together very well.

Edward and Jose
Mexico / USA