Where To Get The INAPAM Card In Playa del Carmen

If you’re a permanent resident in Mexico and you’re 60 years old or older, you can apply to get the INAPAM card.

With the card, individuals get discounts on a great many services and products throughout Mexico.

There is no cost and takes only a few minutes to acquire if you arrive at the INAPAM office early in the morning.

You will need the originals and a copy of a few documents before you go. Never give them the original documents, only the copies.

If they ask for the originals, you can show them. Also, be aware that in most cases they will want to fingerprint you.

In order to verify the age, you must present any of the following documents:

 

  • Temporary or Permanent Residency Permit. (the older FM2 or FM3): Original and Copy
  • Naturalization Letter if you are naturalized: Original and Copy
  • Valid passport: Original and Copy
  • Accompanied by proof of address of the Mexican territory: Original and Copy

Proof of address that you are a resident. You may submit any of the following proof, and they must be in the name of the person applying for an INAPAM card:

  • Electricity bill: Original and Copy
  • Ballot form: Original and Copy
  • Water receipt: Original and Copy
  • Phone receipt: Original and Copy
  • Propane receipt: Original and Copy
  • Any statement containing the details of your address: Original and Copy

2 child-sized photographs, white or black or color, without glasses, without a cap, in front, on photographic paper that are the same and recent: Originals

INAPAM services, programs, and actions

1. Culture of Aging:

  • INAPAM credential.
  • Courses on the Rights of Senior Citizens.
  • Management and links with other institutions to improve comprehensive care for the elderly.
  • Participation in conferences, exhibitions, and events for the dissemination of activities for senior citizens.

2. Active and Healthy Aging:

  • Promotion of registration of senior citizen clubs and increased activities.
  • Sports and Cultural Games at municipal, state level, and participation in nationals.
  • Popular adult dances and pageants (Miss Abuelita and Mr. Abuelito).
  • Recreational tourism: camps, guided cultural visits, and recreational centers.

3. Economic Security:

  • INAPAM credential.
  • Promotion of employment.
  • Concertation of discount agreements.
  • Support for training with federal and state institutions.

4. Social Protection:

  • Link with the dependencies for legal advice, University of Quintana Roo.
  • Coordination for extemporaneous records with the support of the State DIF and Civil Registry.
Playa del Carmen


Person in charge : Lic. Teresa Flores Grajales
Address: Av. 40 esq. 28 street, col. Gonzalo Guerrero, Playa de Carmen, Solidaridad, Q. Roo
Tel.  984 80 45. March 56
Open to the public: Monday to Friday from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm
Office hours: Monday to Friday from 8:00 am at 3:00 pm 

Tulum

Person in charge: Lic. Yara Aguilar Hernández
Address: Calle Alfa Sur between Avenida Tulum and Sol Poniente, col. Centro, Tulum, Q. Roo
Tel .: 01 983 130 40 55 and 103 22 23
Mail: diftulum@hotmail.com Public service
Open to the public:  Monday to Friday from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm
Office hours: Monday to Friday from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm

 

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