Here's what the Mexican consulate in Vancouver, BC told me they needed to obtain an FM3 Visa.Do you need birth certificate for FMT? or just passport and ID? Also will I need a birth certificate to apply for FM3 later on. Thanks...AW
The Vancouver consulate advised me they required a letter from the police, a letter from our doctor, our marriage certificate....plus all the things you've noted. They also told me that the whole process would take maximum 3 days. (This was a factor for us, since we live in the Okanagan, 300 miles away.) And in addition to all that, they impose a consular fee of maybe $150 for each FM3 application.Here's what the Mexican consulate in Vancouver, BC told me they needed to obtain an FM3 Visa.
- It takes 5 business days to obtain an FM3
- They will need your passport, which they keep for those 5 days
- 2 colour pictures (no eyeglasses), 3.5cm X 4.5cm
- 3 months of bank statements showing that you receive $1000 USD every month
Please expand on what I.D. would be required in addition to one's passport? Other posts have stated that a birth certificate is rarely needed.No, you do not need your birth certificate for the FMT, however you do need your passport and ID. The information already given on here is good; the only time you really need your birth certificate is when you are about to get married to a mexican citizen.