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Nonimmigrant Visas

Interview Waiver Programs

Applicant is 6 years of age or under Mexican child is 6 years of age or younger.  Both parents are Mexican and at least one parent holds a valid, full validity visa.  See additional requirements 

Mexican Applicant is 80 years of age or older Mexican applicant is 80 years of age or older.  The applicant has never been arrested or convicted of a crime, deported from the United States, denied entry to the United States, or had any other problems or difficulties with U.S. Customs and Border Patrol when attempting to enter the United States.  See additional requirements.

Mexican applicant is renewing a visa (except H2 and P visa categories) Mexican applicant is renewing a full validity visa (except H2 and P) in the same category.  The visa must be valid or have expired within the last year.  The applicant has never been arrested or convicted of a crime, deported from the United States, denied entry to the United States, or had any other problems or difficulties with U.S. Customs and Border Patrol when attempting to enter the United States.  See additional requirements.

Note: The Visa Unit reserves the right to interview any applicant.  When an interview is required, a representative from the Visa Unit will contact the applicant to schedule an appointment at the Embassy.