About this visa
7 things to Note With a Working Holiday visa in Mexico
Canadians, Germans, South Koreans, French and New Zealanders have the opportunity to work and travel in Mexico up to one year with this working holiday visa.
So does Peruvians, Chileans and Colombians but they must apply for the Pacific Alliance working holiday visa. This visa is also valid for one year.
Below you will find the 7 things to note and remember to bring when applying for your working holiday visa at your nearest Mexican Consulate or Embassy in your home country.
Mexico has made Working Holiday visa agreements with the following 8 participating countries:
If you are a Citizen of Mexico and are considering a Working Holiday experience in one of the participating countries above see where your Passport can take you!
With this visa you can
This visa allows you to:
- Live in Mexico for one year
- Work while traveling
- You are aged between 18 and 30 years old (both ages inclusive)
- You are not accompanied by dependent children
- You have not previously taken part of this working holiday programme
- You have a valid passport
- You have a return travel ticket or sufficient funds to purchase such a ticket
- You have enough funds for your maintenance during the period of initial stay in Mexico
- You have a medical and comprehensive hospitalisation insurance to remain in force throughout your stay in Mexico
Note: The visa conditions outlined above are subject to change without notice.
How to apply
You must apply in person at your nearest Mexican consulate or Embassy in your home country.
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