Question by  batsonj (35)

Is it difficult to get Mexican citizenship?


Answer by  anil (62)

It is not difficult to get Mexican citizenship. First stay for five years in Mexico. Prove your legal status and residency through FM-3 document.Learn Spanish language.Hire one lawyer to complete the application process. Get familiar with naturalization and immigration office. Fill out forms and submit it in immigration office. Submit the payment cheque. The government will review.


Answer by  Brittany (22)

In order to get Mexican citizenship, one must first obtain a valid visa. After 5 years, one can apply for citizenship, but must have knowledge of Spanish and Mexican history.


Answer by  jclick (1561)

In order to get Mexican citizenship you need to first obtain an FM 2 visa (resident visa with intent to immigrate). You can usually only get one of these visas if you are employed and living in Mexico already. The process would take you at least ten years.


Answer by  Khokhonut (22)

No, as long as you meet all the requirements and go through the proper channels. There are very specific requirements that must be met. You must have resided in Mexico a certain amount of time. You must speak spanish. You must know law and history, and fill out all the proper paperwork. A lawyer might be a good idea too.


Answer by  fransoisI1 (11)

Yes, it is difficult especially when you are not from the America continent. The processes involved are too cumbersome making it almost impossible unlike the USA policy.

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