Hello all, I just put my renewal application in for my FM3 and had a fairly painless process because I had all my ducks in a row. I go back next week to check on the status, but I don't foresee any problems. I thought I would post a list of the documents that I provided for what they considered a complete package. Newbies, keep in mind that it seems every case is different and it varies depending on your employer, your previous status and the type of FM3 you are getting. I am on a "no immigrante visitante" visa, supported by my employer. I made three complete copies of the package and they only took one but I like to be prepared. Here's what my package included: 1. Original passport and copies of all pages 2. My FM3 and copies of all pages 3. A letter from me, in Spanish, requesting the renewal 4. A letter from my employer 5. Comprobante de domicilio (this is a receipt of a service provided to my house with the address, I used my electric bill, they will also accept telephone or water but not cable for some reason), it is used as proof of residency 6. A letter from my husband saying that I "rent" from him (this is only necessary if the comprobante is not in your own name) 7. Original and copy of husband's voter card (again, only necessary if the proof of residence is not in your name, this could be a letter from a roommate or landlord) 8. My son's Mexican birth certificate, original and copy (this was "extra bonus" documentation that they did include, they had recommended that I bring it) 9. The completed application form provided by immigration and a copy So there you go, that's what I used for what appears to be another successful renewal. If I come back next week crying, I will revise this post, lol! Hope this might be helpful to some, boring for others I am sure. No apostilles, no financial info, nothing more was necessary since it was supported by my employer. Also keep in mind that it seems for all NEW FM3's, they are requiring a Spanish test AND I discovered that some folks, even native speakers, have been required to pass an English test. It was weird to see a group of Canadians who work for Sunquest taking an English test at my place of employment. I talked to these people and they were all up for renewals but had been asked to be tested. Seems kind of lame to me, but just smile and nod to the nice immigration people.