The Foreign Ministry announced new prices for passports valid for one, three, six and ten years, as well as discounts for senior citizens, people with disabilities and agricultural workers from the Mexico-Canada program.
Through a statement, the agency informed that the Congress of the Federation supported this increase based on the Federal Rights Law, so that a passport valid for one year until January 1, 2023 will cost 815 pesos; three-year-olds, 1,585; The six-year, 2,155 and the 10-year, 3,780 pesos, respectively.
This represents an increase of 60 to 275 pesos compared to the current prices for 2022, which range from 755 to 3,505 pesos depending on their validity, and 645 to 2,840 pesos in 2021.
Similarly, the example details costs for people with disabilities, adults over the age of 60, and agricultural workers from the Mexico-Canada program, which has 50% off on various options.
In addition, urgent quality procedures also increased their cost, leaving the duration of one year at 1,055 pesos; a three-year-old one for two thousand 060 pesos; 2,800 pesos at age six and 4,915 pesos at age 10.
The Mexican passport, in addition to being valid as official identification, is a document that accredits people so they can enter and leave the country and is issued by the authorities of the country of origin, so it is important to keep it well. is standing If you want to leave the country It should be noted that the one-year course is only for children under the age of three.