- Mexican Residents
- Residente Temporal
- Residente Permanente
- INM card holder
- Mexican Nationals
(In all cases you need to be at least 60 years of age)
- Passport (you may or may not be asked for this, to prove you’re at least 60 years of age)
- INM card, (Residente Permanente or Residente Temporal (unless you are a citizen; your C.U.R.P. (Clave Unica de Registro de Poblacion, a unique personal I.D. number assigned you by the Mexican Government)
- Proof of residence address (comprobante de domicilio)
- 2 head shots and 2 profile photos sized 2.5 cm x 3.0 cm, (“Tamaño Infantil”).
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