yes it is
NO. Mexico and the US are two entirely different countries.
they have different cultures and different languages.
Yes; Mexico is an independent country different than the US. There is however, a state known as NEW Mexico which belongs to the US.
It's different from US's.
Because football was more popular in mexico before it was in the US and they brought it over to the US.
Yes. Mexico is considered to be part of Latin America.
New Mexico Lobos football was created in 1892.
Canada and Mexico - two
Yes Football is a sport in Mexico. It has been like that since the 1900's.
New Mexico State Aggies football was created in 1893.
Mexico is south of the US. consequently the US is north of Mexico
About as much as the US and Mexico; same continent but different nations.
Eligible voters are required by law to vote in elections.
No. The US is north of Mexico.
Mexican Football Federation (FEMEXFUT) from wikipedia
It depends: Air From US to Mexico: passport From Mexico to US: passport AND visa Land From US to Mexico: ID and/or birth certificate From Mexico to US: passport AND visa
Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma and New Mexico on the US side of the border and three different States of Mexico.
Only if you mean "New Mexico". Otherwise, you will require a different kind of insurance.
Mexico lost half its territory and the US gained access to the Pacific. Both countries lost thousands of men (mostly volunteers) and at least to this date, provided Mexicans with a good reason to distrust any US involvement with Mexico.