Two Mexican passports on a wooden surface, displaying the golden national emblem.

Get Your Mexican Passport Easily at Tulum Airport – Hassle-Free Process!

The "Felipe Carrillo Puerto" International Airport in Tulum, Quintana Roo, now has a new office for processing Mexican passports for both tourists and locals. This service, provided by the State Tourism Secretariat (SEDETUR) and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (SER), has been available since May 5. It operates from Monday to Friday, between 8:00 and 18:00. The aim of this new facility is to simplify and expedite the process of obtaining a Mexican passport for those arriving at the recently opened air terminal. It's important to note that, like other offices of the Mexican Foreign Ministry, no personal account payments or deposits are required to schedule an appointment for passport processing.

MEXICAN PASSPORT FEES FOR 2024

In 2024, the fees for obtaining a Mexican passport were adjusted according to the Federal Rights Law. This change was made following a review by the Ministry of Finance and the Foreign Ministry. The fees, based on the passport's validity period, are as follows:

  • Fee for a 3-year passport: $1,655.00 MXN
  • Fee for a 6-year passport: $2,250.00 MXN
  • Fee for a 10-year passport: $3,940.00 MXN
  • Fee with a 50% discount for a 3-year passport: $825.00 MXN
  • Fee with a 50% discount for a 6-year passport: $1,125.00 MXN
  • Fee with a 50% discount for a 10-year passport: $1,970.00 MXN
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HOW TO SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT FOR THE ELECTRONIC PASSPORT AT TULUM AIRPORT?

To schedule an appointment to renew or apply for a Mexican passport for the first time, visit the following authorized website: https://citas.sre.gob.mx. Just like other locations, the Tulum International Airport office also handles work, academic, medical, and consular protection emergencies, provided they are properly accredited.

PASSPORT APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS IN QUINTANA ROO

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs states that the documents required to apply for a Mexican passport at the Tulum International Airport are the same as those needed at any other office. These include:

  • Proof of nationality.
  • Proof of identity.
  • Unique Registry Key (CURP).
  • Receipt of fee payment.

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