Background request from Mexico
Mexico, unlike other countries, has not implemented a system for consulting federal judicial records through virtual means. Therefore, the option from outside the country is to apply for a federal criminal record at the embassy or consular office of the country where you are, in person.
The appointment can be requested virtually by following the steps below:
Fill out the
- 1.1. The Federal Taxpayers Registry (RFC):
- 1.1.1. If you have an RFC, you can consult it in the following link provided that you have the CURP
- 1.1.2. If you do not have an RFC, you must register in person at one of the SAT (Tax Administration Service) offices, with the following documents: CURP or Cédula de Identidad Personal, valid immigration document, official identification, acknowledgement of receipt of the RFC. pre-registration to the RFC if applicable (if desired), proof of tax domicile and proof of tax identification number of the country of residence, if required.
- 1.2. The unique population registry code (CURP):
- 1.2.1. If unknown, it can be consulted at the following link
- Pay the corresponding fee of $40,621 Colombian pesos.
- Request an appointment here
Why would I need to apply for a background check from Mexico?
If you would like a Colombian visa, according to resolution 6045 of 2017, the visa authority may require you to present your judicial record in your country.