±A - Join Our Community

JOIN OUR FRIENDLY COMMUNITY
Learn from the experiences of other expats and make new friends in our disccussion forums and Facebook groups

±A - Cigna

±A - Read Our Guide

READ OUR GUIDE TO MOVING ABROAD
The Expat Focus Guide to Moving Abroad contains everything you need to know when planning an international relocation available now, completely free

±A - Compare Quotes and Save

COMPARE QUOTES AND SAVE MONEY
Find the best health insurance provider or foreign currency transfer specialist by comparing free quotes

±A - Listen to the Podcast

LISTEN TO THE EXPAT FOCUS PODCAST
The Expat Focus podcast features interviews with expats living abroad and service providers meeting their needs subscribe today!

±A - Expert Financial

EXPERT FINANCIAL ADVICE & SERVICES
From our tax, investment and FX partners

±A - ExpatFocus Partners

Expat Focus Partners
Become a Partner. Click Here.

immigration through marriage to Mexican

Discussion forum for expats moving to or living in Mexico.
Subforums: Property for Sale/Rent

Reply to topicReply to topic
Forum FAQSearchView unanswered posts
 
  
immigration through marriage to Mexican

Post Posted: Wed Jan 14, 2015 12:21 am

I am a US citizen and recently married a Mexican man (he's residing in Mexico and I live in the U.S.). He wants to bring me and my son (from a previous relationship) to reside with him in Mexico. Does he begin the immigration process for us through the INM in Mexico? Or do I need to apply through the Consulate in NYC?? Can't find a clear answer to this...

Thanks.

Elizabeth

 

eas1030
Newbie
Newbie
 
 
  
Re: immigration through marriage to Mexican

Post Posted: Fri Jan 20, 2017 10:48 am

Hello Elizabeth, Im Jesus Farrera, im a lawyer Specialist in migration laws in mexico,

For these procedure, are two ways.

1.- You have to request the the Visa for Family Unit, This visa had to be request to the INM in mexico, For your Husband, IF HE is in MEXICO!, and if HE IS in USA, he can request to the consulate in NY with you and your SON, Your son has to be Under Age for have the Visa.

The Visa granted for this procedure, is a Temporary residence in Mexico, For two years, after the two years you can upgrade for a Permanent.

And the other way

2.- For being a us citizen, You can enter a mexico for 30 to 180 days, Only have to fill a FMM, this is a Format that you have to fill to enter mexico, You can ask for it, in the border, or the airline gives to you when fly to mexico, When you are in mexico, You can process your temporary residence here in mexico, in the Neares office of INM, For being married with a Mexican.

These are the 2 ways to make the process, For the two you have to make the paperwork, and complete the requirements that are requested. If you want help for make the process, can contact me. I left my Fan Page of Facebook, in my sign.

Regards. Jesus Farrera


_________________

We Solve Your Migratory Situation

www.facebook.com/Aseso...oriaMexico

 

Abogadofarrera
Newbie
Newbie
 
 
Page 1 of 1






Expat Health Insurance Partners


Bupa Global

Bupa Global is one of the world’s largest international health insurers. We offer direct access to over 1.2m medical providers worldwide, and we settle directly with them so you don’t have to pay up front for your treatment. We provide access to leading specialists without the need to see your family doctor first and ensure that you have the same level of cover wherever you might be, home or away.

Cigna International

Cigna has worked in international health insurance for more than 30 years. Today, Cigna has over 71 million customer relationships around the world. Looking after them is an international workforce of 31,000 people, plus a network of over 1 million hospitals, physicians, clinics and health and wellness specialists worldwide, meaning you have easy access to treatment.