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    New Immigration Fees for 2014

    The Mexican Immigration Institute presented their new fees for 2014; these are valid starting January 1st 2014:
    • Temporary Resident Card
      • One year $3,243 pesos
      • Two years $4,859 pesos
      • Three years $6,154 pesos
      • Four years $7,294 pesos
    • Permanent Resident Card: $3,953 pesos
    In case the card is stolen or gets lost the cost to get a new one is $1,040 pesos, for any type of card, it does not vary if it is temporary or permanent.
    • Paperwork review: $1,036 pesos – this amount is paid when the applicant is requesting a change of resident status or if the card is expired when the renewal process begins.
    • Exit permit: $332 pesos – this amount is paid when the applicant is requesting a permit to leave the country while his application is still in process.
    • Work permit: $2,435 pesos  – this amount is paid when a tourist or a temporary resident wants to engage in lucrative activities.

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