What is Viajero Confiable program?
The Mexican Immigration Institute has designed a program to allow quick and secure entry into Mexico through automated kiosks located at participating airports.
The program is targeted to Mexican citizens and U.S. citizen Global Entry members:
- Mexican citizens
- U.S. citizens who are members of Global Entry
Your time is money! Enter quickly and easily through the kiosks at participating airports.
- No more lines
- Streamlined admission
The Trusted Traveler Program is available to Mexican citizens and U.S. citizen Global Entry members. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age. Reasons for denial
- Providing false information on the application.
- Failing to successfully complete the enrollment interview.
- Having a record of any:
- Criminal offense or pending charges
- Immigration violation
- Customs violation
- Agriculture violation
How does it Works?
1.Candidates apply online, make the payment and choose a date for the interview at the enrollment center of their choice (date selected must be at least two weeks after application submission date).
2. During the interview, an immigration officer will take a photograph of the applicant, obtain biometric information (fingerprint and iris scans), and verify the information in the submitted documentation. If approved, membership is good for 5 years.
3. Kiosks will be located in the immigration entry area of the airports, for members to scan their passport and fingerprints and complete the electronic immigration form. For foreigners, kiosks will provide the immigration form ensuring their legal status in the country.
4. Any violation or failure to abide by the terms and conditions of the program will result in denial or revocation of membership.
How to apply
1.Complete the online application.
2. Make the payment of $ 1,372 Mexican pesos*, on the website with a Visa or MasterCard credit card.
3. Select the date for the interview at one of the Program Enrollment Centers (date selected must be at least two weeks after application submission date).
Applicants must bring a valid passport to the interview (the expiration date of the passport should be at least 6 months), along with their printed and signed application.
During the interview, the immigration officer will take the applicant's photograph, obtain biometric information (fingerprints and iris scans), and verify the information in the submitted documentation.
4. Upon concluding the interview, the immigration officer will inform the applicant of the status of his application.
* This charge will have modifications depending on what is established by the Mexican Treasury Department.
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