Your birth certificate will not help you. You can enter the US from Mexico with an "enhanced" US drivers license, but only if you are traveling by sea or land, not by air.
Your birth certificate will not help at all. If you are driving, you can use an "enhanced" drivers license. Otherwise, you will need a passport or passport card.
No you need a passport to re-enter the United States.
Only if you are crossing by land. If you want to get there by plane, you need a passport.
No. A passport is sufficient to travel to Mexico. A birth certificate is not valid for international travel. If you are traveling by land or sea, then you can enter Mexico with a US passport card, "enhanced" drivers license or "enhanced" non-driver ID.
to Mexico by land
The US now requires a passport, passport card, or enhanced drivers' license to reenter the US from Mexico or Canada. Persons crossing into those countries will be checked for those documents to ensure they have the necessary documentation for return.
Of course not...Mexicans r bad drivers
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No. You need you passport.
can a mexican without a passport fly to mexico with just a birth certificate?
Required if flying into Mexico. If boarding a ship or driving into Mexico, a birth certificate or driver's license would suffice.
No a license has no legal standing. However, a legal marriage in Mexico is binding in the US, a certificate of marriage is needed.
It is advisable to have a passport but a citizen of Mexico or the USA can do this with a drivers license.
you need to be 18 to have a drivers license but when you are 15 in some states you can drive with a permission
No. You need a passport.
No. You need a passport.
if an illegal Mexican marries an American they can't go back into Mexico and reenter the United States legally. They can only go to Mexico and reenter legally if they have been granted a Visa.
No. You cannot use a US birth certificate to cross the US/Mexican border in either direction. US citizens may use a passport (booklet mandatory for air travel), US passport card, "enhanced" drivers license or "enhanced" non-drivers ID.
sure but you cant drive it
Yes. A certificate of marriage, regardless of where it was issued, is sufficient proof of legal change of name for a New Mexico driver's license. The gender of your spouse is irrelevant.
You cannot drive in the US on a UK drivers license, or ANY other foreign license (except Canada & Mexico). You must apply for an International Drivers License issued under the auspices of the AAA (American Automobile Association). I'm told that it is a relatively simple process.
Mexico has its own license classification system. Commercial truck drivers do have to upgrade their license.
If you are going to Mexico and have a passport you do not need a driver's license if you are flying in an airplane. No. Actually, if you are not driving but simply crossing the border with a passport, you should not have problems reentering the United States from Mexico.
Yes. He/she will require a passport, if traveling by air. Otherwise, he/she will require a birth certificate or another proof of citizenship to reenter the United States.