China Embassy in Mexico

Ambassador: Mr. Zhu Qingqiao
Address: Av. Río del la Magdalena 172, Colonia Tizapán - San Angel Delegación Alvaro Obregón, C.P. 01090

Consular Office of Chinese Embassy in Mexico

Address: Av. Río del la Magdalena 172, Colonia Tizapán - San Angel Delegación Alvaro Obregón, C.P. 01090
Tel: +52-55-56164324, 56164309, 56164239
Fax: +52-55-56165849
24-Hour Duty Phone:  52-55-56162129 (for consular protection only)
Office Hours:
For Application: 09:00-13:00, Monday-Friday (except holidays)
For Telephone Enquiry: 16:00-18:00, Monday-Friday (except holidays)
Consular Districts: All territory in Mexico except Baja California, Baja California Sur, Sonora, Chihuahua

Fees (pay by Mexican Peso)

1. Regular Fee per Person
The Embassy asks applicants to go to HSBC to pay the fee. After getting the Payment/Pick-up Receipt from Window 1 or Window 2 at the Consular Office, applicants can go to any office of HSBC to make payment.

Types Mexican Citizens American Citizens Canadian Citizens Romanian Citizens Citizens of Other Countries
Single-Entry 730 1890 1280 1090 510
Double-Entry 1090 1890 1280 1090 730
Multi-Entry with 6-month Validity 1450 1890 1280 2180 1020
Multi-Entry with 12-month Validity 2250 1890 1280 2180 1520

2. Expedited Service Fee
The regular processing time is 4 working days. For example, you submit application on Monday, you can pick it up on Tuesday. For urgent cases, you can apply for the expedited service. Moreover, extra money will be paid as following:

2-3 working days processing Mexican Peso 360

The required documents for applying Tourist/Family Visit (L)

1. One properly completed Application Form with one recent passport style color photo attached on it.  
2. The original passport with at least 6-month validity and one blank visa page.
3. Round-trip Air Ticket and its copy.
4. If you are not Mexican Citizens and you live in Mexico, please provide the original Mexican Resident Permit and its copy.
Note: Generally, you can't apply for Multi-Entry L, except for special cases.


Consulate-General of the PRC in Tijuana

Consul General: Mr. Yu Bo
Address: Avenue Lomas del Monte 1614. Frace. Lomas de Agua Caliente, Primera Secciòn, Tijuana, B.C. 22440, Mexico 
Tel: +52-664-6816771, 4920455, 3692647
Fax: +52-664-6219762
Office Hours: 09:00-13:00, Monday - Friday (except public holidays)
Consular Districts: Baja California, Baja California Sur, Sonora, Chihuahua 

 Important Notice
The Consulate in Tijuana has stopped to accept Chinese passport application by mail. Applicants should go to the consulate in person to submit passport application. If they can't come to the consulate to pick up the consulate, they can ask for Mail Back Service.
 Please contact Embassy of Mexico in China if Mexicans are in problems there.
 China Tour from Mexico City
 Related Chinese Embassies in North America: Trinidad and Tobago, United States of America, Antigua and Barbuda
- Last updated on Mar. 23, 2023 by Brenda Lian -
Questions & Answers on China Embassy in Mexico
Asked by Anthony from USA | Jun. 26, 2021 00:21Reply
Can Americans get Chinese visa in Mexico
Is it possible? No visas are being issued in the states right now.
Answers (1)
Answered by Grace | Jul. 04, 2021 19:06

It depends on what type of visa you want to get.
Asked by Edward from MEXICO | Jan. 02, 2020 06:35Reply
Can the embassy authenticate a degree from Kenyan university which has been notarized in Kenya?
Answers (1)
Answered by Larry from USA | Jan. 02, 2020 22:21

No, this document has to be authenticated by the China embassy in Kenya.
Asked by Jack Shaw from MEXICO | Dec. 29, 2019 14:59Reply
Can I apply for a Chinese visa in Mexico using my Canadian passport. Living in Mexico as a temporary
Answers (1)
Answered by Diana from MEXICO | Dec. 30, 2019 00:56

Yes, it's possible. You can have a try.
Asked by Robert from MEXICO | Dec. 16, 2019 18:50Reply
Dual citizen traveling to China
My son is a minor and a dual citizen (born in USA and naturalized as Mexican). He is traveling to China to study for 6 months and he is applying for a student visa this coming January.
Since we are currently living in Mexico, he is applying for his Chinese visa in Mexico using his Mexican passport.
His flight is from Mexico to USA then to China. He must enter and exit USA with his American passport so I am booking his flights as an American.

When he arrives in China, is there any problem from the fact that he will be flying as an American, but he will enter and exit China with his Mexican passport (with Chinese visa in it)?

Thank you for you attention,
Answers (3)
Answered by Keith from USA | Dec. 17, 2019 18:45

As long as he will enter and exit China with his Mexican passport and Chinese visa, it should be fine. The immigration won't have interest in the things before entering China. However, please check with the airline to see if he will be allowed to board the plane from the US to China if using US passport, which doesn't have a Chinese visa.
Answered by Robert from MEXICO | Dec. 18, 2019 06:03

I will check with the airline,

Also, as an alternative, would you know if it is possible to apply for my son's Chinese Visa to be granted in his American passport from Mexico City?

Thank you!
Answered by Keith | Dec. 18, 2019 22:31

I'm afraid he has to use the Mexican passport.
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