Posted 08 July 2012 - 05:02 PM
If we can do the latter, ie. apply for an extension (or is it just getting the FM3?), I want to be sure we can show the correct proof of income.
For our family, we'd have 1 adult as the main applicant and 6 dependents. That seems to work out, based on current minimum wages for Jalisco, to:
60.57 pesos for the 1st applicant
30.285 pesos for each additional 6 applicants/dependents
Total: 242.28 pesos x 250 for rentista = 60,570 pesos per month or approx. $4500/mo USD (based on 13.25 exchange rate)
Is that right?
Is there another way to extend our time here? My husband seems to think he found a way to simply extend the FMM tourist visa without applying for an FM3, but I think he's mistaken.
I have tried searching for information on the forum and got nowhere. Darn search doesn't like me trying to search for FM3 and visa.
Posted 08 July 2012 - 05:10 PM
You will all have to meet the requirements for a 'No Inmigrante' visa' if you intend to stay in Mexico. Unless you plan to stay for some years, I suggest a trip to the border.
Posted 10 July 2012 - 06:26 PM
El respeto al derecho ajeno es la paz.
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