I thought we should start a separate thread for the Mexican citizenship stuff, get it away from the FM3 chat. So, what do you need? Depends on how you are going to get it. Marriage, Mexican children or length of time in Mexico, they all have slightly different requirements. Having talked to a few people who have done this, they say that it is a completely different experience than Imm, much more helpful people in the office and much simpler. It takes time for approval, but there are less hoops to jump through. Here's the links for all types of naturalization... http://www.sre.gob.mx/tramites/nacionalidad/default.htm Jen.... The letter does not have to be in "legalese", just a simple statement of your ins and outs from the country in the last two years (if you've had any). Your husband should be able to write that up in a jiffy. Now, the SRE has an English version of the page, but I am confused because it asks for something different than the Spanish page. A totally different application form, for the same process. (This is for naturalization for having a Mexican child, not sure if it's the same for marriage, etc..). Any opinions on what I should do? I was going to just go by the Spanish page and use the one application form, but a part of me is saying to do both, bring both, CYA if you know what I mean. The Spanish page asks for form DNN-3, English page asks for DNN-4 which does not have as many details as the DNN-3. Ok, anyone else want to contribute their two cents or advice? Experiences? Recommendations? I am hoping to get my lazy butt into the office next week, Rivergirl and I chatted about being application buddies to inspire ourselves to actually do it, will keep you posted on the process.