Renew Your Venezuelan or US Passport in Mexico | Hassle-Free Service

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What is it?

This service specializes in assisting individuals with the renewal of their Venezuelan or US passports in Mexico. Whether you are residing in Mexico or just visiting, our streamlined process ensures that you can renew your passport swiftly and without hassle.

Who needs it?

This service is ideal for Venezuelan citizens residing in Mexico with Temporary Protected Status (TPS), US citizens living or traveling in Mexico, and anyone with an expired Venezuelan passport in need of renewal. It’s perfect for those looking for a reliable and straightforward method to update their travel documents outside their home country.


  1. Register for an appointment at the nearest Venezuelan or US embassy in Mexico.
  2. Gather all necessary documents required for the renewal process (listed below).
  3. Attend the scheduled appointment and submit your application along with the required documents.
  4. Pay the associated fees for the renewal process.
  5. Wait for the confirmation and processing of your new passport, which can take a few weeks.
  6. Collect your renewed passport either in-person or through mail, depending on the embassy’s policy.

Required documents

  • Completed passport renewal application form, available at the embassy or online.
  • Your current passport for verification purposes.
  • A recent passport-sized photo meeting the specified requirements.
  • Proof of legal status in Mexico, such as your Temporary Protected Status (TPS) document.
  • Payment receipt of the renewal fee.
  • Additional documents may be required based on individual circumstances; check the embassy website for detailed information.
  • Obtain the forms online from the embassy’s official website or at the embassy’s office.

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Additional details

  • Many users reported smooth experiences with sufficient preparation and correct documentation.
  • It is advisable to make the appointment well in advance due to possible wait times.
  • Ensure your documents are up-to-date and meet the embassy’s specifications.
  • Keep copies of your documents for personal records.
  • Contact the embassy directly for the most current information and any specific queries related to your case.


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