Wednesday 16 November 2022

Mexico to Canada to Study and Tour

Mexico to Canada to Study and Tour

Map of Mexico City D.F., Guadalajara, Cancun, Cozumel, Chichen Itza, Yucatan, Monterrey, Merida, Acapulco, Toluca, Tijuana, Laredo, Vera Cruz

Mexico - Canada Information Links

Canadian Embassy in Mexico City, DF MEXICO

Calle Schiller No. 529
Col. Bosques de Chapultepec
Del. Miguel Hidalgo
C.P. 11580 Mexico, D.F.
Telephone: (55) 5724-7900
FAX: (55) 5724-7980

Mexico Cities with Canadian Consular Services:

Acapulco, Guerrero Telephone: (744) 484-1305
Cancun, Quintana Roo Telephone: (998) 883-3360
Guadalajara, Jalisco Telephone: (33) 3671- 4740
Mazatlan, Sinaloa Telephone: (669) 913-7320
Monterrey, Nuevo Leon Telephone: (81) 8344-2753
Oaxaca, Oaxaca Telephone: (951) 513-3777
Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco Telephone: (322) 293-0098
San Jose del Cabo, BCS. Telephone: (624) 142-4333
Tijuana, BC. Telephone: (664) 684-0461

Link to Canada Embassy in Mexico

Mexico Embassy in Ottawa

45 O'Connor St., Suite 1000
Ottawa, Ontario K1P 1A4

Telephone: 1 (613) 233-8988
Fax: 1 (613) 235-9123
Websites: (spanish) (english)

Government of Canada introduces new program for business people from Mexico

Ottawa, April 9, 2010 - Canada's visa office in Mexico City has established a special visa application program for Mexican business travellers, Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism Minister Jason Kenney announced today.

"Canada welcomes travellers from Mexico and has been looking at ways to provide enhanced services to applicants. The Business Express Program is another example of our commitment to making service improvements where we can," said Minister Kenney.

"Canada and Mexico are among each other's largest trading partners," said Peter Van Loan, Minister of International Trade. "This program will help Canadian and Mexican companies do business together and continue to fuel our economic recovery."

The new Business Express Program was created to provide qualified businesses and their employees with a number of service advantages, including less paperwork, priority processing of visa applications, and a dedicated service to respond to the needs of those within the program. Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) is working closely with Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada and visa application centres in Mexico on this initiative.

The program in Mexico is targeted at people employed by companies in Mexico who have a proven need for frequent travel to Canada. Participation in the program is by invitation only. Businesses with key connections to Canada are identified by the visa or trade sections of the Embassy of Canada in Mexico City, or Export Development Canada.

Businesses that have good immigration track records, meaning those with employees who were admissible, who previously travelled to Canada and adhered to Canada's immigration laws, and who have a significant number of business visitors destined to Canada are then invited by the Embassy of Canada to register for the program. Only businesses that are registered can submit visa applications through the facilitated process.

Qualified applicants from businesses that are enrolled in the program can apply for their visa at one of the three visa application centres in Mexico, located in Mexico City, Monterrey and Guadalajara. Processing by the Canadian visa office will be swift, with a turnaround time of 24 hours.

"Mexico is an important strategic partner. The Government of Canada continues, as a priority, to extend and improve services that will facilitate official, trade and educational travel from Mexico to Canada," said Minister Kenney.

How can I come to Canada as a visitor, worker or student?

Citizenship and Immigration Canada has created an online tool called Come to Canada.

This CIC tool will help you figure out whether you can come to Canada as an immigrant, visitor, worker or student.

This CIC tool will help you understand the requirements for immigrating to, visiting, studying in or working in Canada.

This CIC tool guides you through some questions and based on your responses and your situation and provides a list of options and step-by-step instructions on how to apply.

For additional Citizenship and Immigration Canada information use this link

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