Thailand eVisa Requirements for Mexican Nationals

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Any Mexican citizens traveling to Thailand require an online electronic visa, also known as a Mexico eVisa, to gain authorization to enter Thailand.

This electronic online visa system makes it easy and quick to apply for an eVisa to the Kingdom of Thailand without having to visit an embassy or consulate.

To apply for a Thailand eVisa you are required to follow the Thailand eVisa requirements for Mexican citizens.

What Is the Thailand eVisa for Mexican Nationals?

Citizens from around 20 countries, including Mexico, can apply for a Thailand eVisa before traveling to Thailand.

The single-entry Thailand eVisa allows the holder to enter Thailand for a stay of up to 15 consecutive days.

This travel authorization allows Mexican visitors to enter Thailand for reasons such as business, education, holidays, medical purposes, sports, and transit, among others.

Once the eVisa is approved, you have 30 days to enter Thailand before the eVisa is no longer valid.

The visa policy for Thailand outlines in depth the rules and regulations of all types of visas available for Mexican nationals traveling to Thailand.

How to Apply for a Thailand eVisa as a Mexican Citizen

The application process for a Thailand eVisa from Mexico is straightforward and is based online.

You can fill in your information in the form in just a few minutes and submit it for approval. This means you do not have to make time-consuming visits to an embassy or consulate.

Mexicans are required to provide basic personal and travel information such as:

  • Full name
  • Date and place of birth
  • Email address
  • Phone number
  • Home address
  • Passport number, expiry date, and issuance date

Other questions include security-related and health-related issues, as well as other queries linked to proof of onward travel.

As a Mexican citizen, you should fill in the application form for a Thailand eVisa and submit it for approval before setting off on your journey to Thailand.

If you are a Mexican passport holder planning to stay in Thailand for more than 15 days, you must visit a Thailand diplomatic mission in Mexico, such as the Thai consulate in Monterrey, or the embassy in Mexico City.

What is Required for a Thailand eVisa for Mexican Citizens?

If you are a Mexican traveler planning to visit Thailand you should read the visa requirements for Mexican citizens before beginning the application form.

Mexican passport holders require the following personal documents and information when applying for a Thailand eVisa:

  • An up-to-date Mexican passport. Ensure it has validity for a minimum of 30 days from when you arrive in Thailand
  • A digital image of your passport cover and the passport’s biographical page
  • A form of payment such as a debit or credit card to pay the Thailand eVisa processing fee
  • An email address. This is because the approved Thailand eVisa will be sent to this address as an attachment, which you must print out and carry with you on your trip
  • Airline tickets for your arrival and departure. These can be an image or copy.

You will also be asked questions about your personal information and passport details, such as your passport number, issue date, and expiry date, and contact information.

Additionally, you need to provide information about your trip to Thailand, including proof of accommodation bookings.

If there are any mistakes on your form, it cannot be edited once it is submitted. It is recommended that Mexicans carefully check all the completed fields on the form before submitting it to avoid delays in processing the Thailand eVisa.

Children of Mexico traveling to Thailand require individual eVisas, regardless of whether they are listed on a parent or guardian’s passport or they have their own passport.

How Will I Receive my Thailand eVisa as a Mexican National?

Your application form is usually processed within 3 business days. This can take more time during busy travel periods, so it is advised that Mexicans allow a minimum of 5 business days for processing.

Once approved, the Thailand eVisa will be emailed to the address used on your application form. Travelers from Mexico are required to print out a copy of their Thailand eVisa to bring on their trip to Thailand. You must present it to border officials on arrival where it will be stamped and form your approved Thailand visa.

You can use your approved eVisa when you arrive in Thailand to put you in the dedicated entry fast lane.

You will also be asked to show the passport used to apply for your Thailand eVisa. Mexican travelers with dual nationality must ensure they travel with the correct passport.

Travel to Thailand from Mexico

The Thailand eVisa authorizes Mexicans entry to Thailand via air travel only. It can be used at the following international airports:

  • Bangkok Don Mueang (DMK)
  • Bangkok Suvarnabhumi (BKK)
  • Phuket International (HKT)
  • Chiang Mai International (CNX)

If your Mexican passport is lost, stolen, or damaged before you leave for Thailand you must reapply for a new eVisa with your new passport details.

Application Steps

STEP 1
Complete online application
STEP 2
Confirm Payment
STEP 3
Receive approved Visa
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