Temporary resident visa
The permit is usually issued for 1 year, but it is renewable annually for a further 3 years (3+1), provided that requirements are still met. Prior to its expiration, a temporary resident may apply for a permanent resident permit if he or she has continuously resided in the country for 4 years (i.e. has paid Mexican income taxes).
After 5 years of legal residency, a resident may be eligible for naturalization. To obtain citizenship they must have Spanish language skills and pass a test and interview about Mexican history, culture and values. Nationals of Iberia (Spain and Portugal) or Latin American countries may be eligible for citizenship after 2 years of legal residency.
Economic SolvencyYou may obtain a temporary resident visa in Mexico, if you prove that during the last year you had an overall bank balance of over US$27,000 or during the last 6 months you had a monthly income of over US$1,620.
Under this visa category, you may not be allowed to conduct lucrative activities, such as employment, in the country.
- Original and a photocopy of investment receipts or bank statements showing you had an overall bank balance of over US$27,000 during the past twelve months; or
- Original and a photocopy of documents showing a monthly income of over US$1,620 (6 months).
No hay ninguna nacionalidad oficialmente restringida.
Mexico reconoce la doble nacionalidad. Si tu país de origen lo permite, podrás conservar tu nacionalidad anterior.
- Original y copia del pasaporte
- Constancia de ingresos
- Una fotografía tamaño carnet
- Evidencia del patrimonio neto
- Extracto Bancario
- doble nacionalidad Sí
- Familiares incluidos Sí
- propiedad de la tierra Sí
- Residencia física requerida No
- Visita personal requerida No
- Conocimientos lingüísticos requeridos No
- Entrevista requerida No
- Inversión solicitante único -
- Inversión família de 4 -
- Ingresos anuales mínimos $15,600
- Plazo para la ciudadanía 60
- Plazo para el permiso de residencia permanente 48
- Países exentos de visa 142
- Financiación disponible No
beneficios de la ciudadanía
beneficios del permiso de residencia permanente
beneficios del permiso de residencia temporal
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It has an estimated population of 119 million people. Most of them have Spanish as their mother tongue, which the state recognizes as a national language along with 67 other indigenous languages. Its capital and most populated city is Mexico City, with a population of over 9 million, or 20 million when considering the whole metropolitan area. Its official currency is the Mexican Peso (MXN), which is the 8th most traded currency worldwide.
Exención de visas
Mexican tax residents are individuals who have established a permanent home in Mexico, or their center of vital interests is in Mexico. Mexico is considered to be the center of vital interests if more than 50% of an individual’s income is obtained from a Mexican source, or Mexico is their primary professional activities place.
Tax residents are subject to taxation on their worldwide income, while non-residents are taxed on their income derived from Mexico.
The personal income tax rate is progressive up to 35% on income exceeding MXN3,000,000. Nonresidents are exempt on their first MXN125,900 and subject to a tax rate of 15% on income between MXN125,900 and MXN1,000,000, and 30% on the excess.
Capital gains are treated as ordinary income, however those derived from the sale of securities listed in the Mexican Stock Exchange are taxed at a reduced rate of 10%. Sale of a main residential property is tax exempt. The exemption is limited to a certain amount and a sale every three years.
Dividends are considered taxable income and also subject to a 10% withholding tax, however a tax credit may apply for corporate tax paid. Dividends received from foreign entities are fully taxable and also subject to the 10% withholding tax.
Interests are included in the tax base, except those derived from certain exempted small balance accounts. Rental income is also taxable under personal income tax, although certain deductions may be available.
Mexico has enacted controlled foreign company (CFC) rules. Profits retained in foreign entities resident of considered tax havens, owned by Mexican tax residents, may be attributable, provided that the taxpayer has effective control of the administration of the investment, or the total amount is more than MXN160,000.
Municipalities levy real property taxes. Tax paid may be deductible on rental taxable income. There is a transfer tax between 2% and 5% on the transfer of real properties.
There are no inheritance taxes, nor taxes on net wealth.
The standard V.A.T. rate is 18%. Food and medicine are usually exempt.
Regarding corporate taxation, resident entities are subject to income tax on their worldwide income at a 30% rate. Capital gains are included in taxable income. Dividends from resident entities are tax-exempt, whereas those from foreign subsidiaries are subject to taxation. Usually a tax credit is available for foreign tax paid.
To learn more about the Mexican corporate legal framework, taxation and tax treaties, check out incorporations.io/mexico.
This should not be construed as tax advice. Flag Theory | Passports.IO has access to a global network of qualified attorneys and accountants who can give you the proper advice for your particular circumstances. Contact us for further information.
- Impuesto sobre los bienes inmuebles Sí
- Impuesto sobre las transferencias Sí
- Impuesto de sucesiones No
- Impuesto sobre el patrimonio No
- Sociedades extranjeras controladas Sí
- Residencia fiscal (días por año) -
- Tipo impositivo del impuesto sobre la renta 35%
- Impuesto sobre las plusvalías 35%
- Impuesto sobre las rentas del capital 35%
- Tributación territorial No
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Flag Theory | Passports.IO and our qualified lawyers in Mexico will handle all paperwork, and guide you through each step of the process to ensure that it is as fast, efficient and pain-free as possible.
First, our lawyers will conduct a due diligence check on you to ensure that you are eligible and meet the criteria to apply for the visa, and that your application will be approved. Then we will send you the application forms and provide assistance to complete the questionnaires, translate and legalize documents.
If required, we will introduce you to banks in Mexico in order to open a bank account and transfer the required monthly income.
You may undergo biometric procedures and submit the application with its supporting documents to a Mexican consulate or embassy.
Once the visa application is approved, you will be granted a temporary resident visa. You must travel to Mexico, and within 30 days of your arrival apply for a Temporary resident permit at the National Migration Institute (INMI). The whole process may take 1-3 months.
For further information on the Mexican temporary resident visa and detailed procedures, contact us for a free private consultation.