A lawyer posted the following updates on another Mexican expat forum:
“Immigration fees have gone up about $150 to $400 pesos depending on the type of application. Regular FM3 renewals are $1,451, FM2 are $3,139.
As far as the new law, early indications are that you will be able to change / renew for periods of one to four years with costs for temporary residents being $3,130 One year, $4,690 Two years, $5,940 Three years and $7,040 Four years. Residente permanente will be $3,815 pesos.
Looks like annual renewals will be a thing of the past with the approval of the prior fees. “
“Chapala Board INM Update”
The multi-year visa proposals look tasty…
The author gave no references or citations as to where he got the information.
Fee Details from “2012 INM Fees for Immigrants”
Procedure: 2011 fee / 2012 fee in pesos
Changing from FMM to FM2/3 – $491 / 550
Prórroga for FM3 – $1294 / 1451
Refrendo for FM2 – $2801 / 3140
Declaration of Inmigrado – $3414 / 3828
Processing fee for Inmigrado -$892 / 1000
Registro Nacional de Extranjeros -$669 / 750
Thanks to Ric Hoffman: http://www.mexconnect.com/cgi-bin/forums/gforum.cgi?post=173088#173088 for identifying the six useful items for expats from the longer list, and for the format of presenting 2011 and 2012 INM fees.
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