Citizens of these countries DO NOT require visa to visit Mexico (Extracted from the Mexican Inmigration Autority page, check page for updates and full list):
United States of America
*Chinese citizens with passports issued by the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.
Permanent residents (regardless of nationality) in Canada, Japan, The United Kingdom (Indefinite leave to remain in the UK), The United States of America or the Schengen countries wishing to travel to Mexico DO NOT require a visa to enter Mexico as tourists or business visitors for a 180-day stay and as visitors in transit for a 30-day stay. Immigration authorities in Mexico will ask for proof of permanent residence and a valid passport (valid for at least six months) on arrival.
According to new regulations, from the 1st of May 2010 it is NOT necessary to apply for a tourist Mexican visa if you hold a VALID VISA for the United States of America -regardless of nationality- . Immigration authorities in Mexico will ask for your USA visa and a valid passport (valid for at least six months) on arrival.
Citizens of other countries require visa. For more information, please contact the nearest Mexican Consulate or Embassy.
For those participants, and any accompanying person, needing visa, the organizing committee of ReConFig will provide support. If you require VISA please contact us immediately.
If you require a letter confirming that your paper has been accepted we can provide this for you. Note that Visa letters will be only be issued to:
- People the committee knows
- Committee members
Visa letters will state only the facts:
- Conference title, dates and location
- If they are either a committee member, speaker, presenter, or attendee