It depends. There are temporary visas, up to 10-year visas.
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As long as you have a US visa with you, you can also enter Mexico.
If you are a tourist in U.S.A, you can stay the time that is stated on your Visa.
No. Having a visa for the US doesn't grant you the possibility to enter Mexico; you need the corresponding visa from Mexico.
As long as you are entering Mexico for a couple of days without the intent of actually performing business activities (e.g. getting paid in Mexico), you can enter with a tourist visa.
You can stay in Mexico for up to 6 months without a Visa. You need a valid passport for this travel.
No; only diplomatic staff requires a visa to enter Mexico.
I have my turist visa still valid, I got married to a US resident in 2007 now I want for him to make a petition so I can get my US residency too. Does anybody know how long does it take after he fills the petition for me to obtein the US residency¿
Yes. People from most developing countries need a visa to enter Mexico.
American citizens don't require a visa to visit Mexico.
If you mean whether you need a visa to enter the United States from Mexico, yes you do.
No. Most citizens of developing countries require a visa to visit Mexico.
You need a passport to cross the border into America from Mexico, and a visa (different visa for business or for visiting).
No; Latvian nationals don't require a visa to enter Mexico; all they need is their passport.
Yes. Most people from developing countries require a visa to enter Mexico.
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
You need a passport and an entry visa if you are entering Mexico from any country other then the US.
No. People from the European Union does not require a visa to enter Mexico; just the passport is needed.
Macedonian citizens require to get a Visa before traveling to Mexico. Mexican citizens can travel to Macedonia for up to 90 days without a Visa
Any kind, as long as it is a valid passport. Don't forget the visa, which has to be processed on the US Embassy (Mexico City).
Having a passport and/or Visa is a legal way to enter the U.S. from Mexico.
No. Colombian citizens need to get a visa from the Mexican embassy prior to any travel into Mexico.
No. People with European passports are allowed to enter Mexico without the need for a visa.
Right. No visa is required from Jamaican citizens when visiting Mexico. All you need is yout passport.
No. Having a visa for country A will never work to get into country B -- anywhere in the world. In the case of Mexico, you need to get a visa issued by the Mexican government.
No. You need a visa issued by the Mexican government.
You don't need a visa to enter Mexico if you are an American, Canadian or European citizen. If you, however, are from other country, even when entering from either territory you need to have a visa issued by the Mexican government.
Yes. Recent agreements allow for US visa holders to enter Mexico without additional documentation -- besides the passport, that is.
you dont need a VISA to vist Mexico if you hold a valid US green card
No. People from most developed countries don't need a visa to enter Mexico, just the passport.
No. American citizens don't require a visa to enter Mexico. All you need is your passport.
Citizens from Trinidad & Tobago don't require a visa to visit Mexico. All they need is a valid passport.
Jamaican citizens don't require a visa to travel to Mexico; all they need is a valid passport.
Yes. People entering Mexico from all countries in Africa are required to have a visa issued by the Mexican government.
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You mean American green card? If you have you American passport, you don't need a visa to enter Mexico.
You have to pay a visit to the Mexican embassy at your own country. There, you request information on how to request a visa to visit Mexico. Please take notice: American, Canadian and most European citizens don't require a visa to visit Mexico.
If you are planning travel to Mexico from South African, the passport holders do require a visa. Please contact your embassy for further details and all necessary forms to apply for the travel visa.
As long as you have a visa card I guess
Sadly, starting Thursday, Canada is no longer a visa-free country for Mexico. It was, but a new law to restrict refugee status claims from the Czech Republic and Mexico means ALL Czech and Mexican nationals will need a visa to enter.
You need your passport as well as a visa issued by the U.S. government. Such visa is processed on the U.S. Embassy at Mexico City.
Permanent residents of the USA DO NOT need a visa to visit Mexico. You can just get a tourist card at the border, just like American citizens get, it costs about $22.00 U.S. dollars. If you fly, you will get the tourist card on the airplane. It is good for a visit of up to 180 days. Kimber :)
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Yes. Tourists and business persons of Jamaican nationality can visit Mexico without a visa for stays of no more than 6 months.
If you are staying in Mexico for less than six months, you should apply for a FMT (Short-Term Non-immigrant) visa.
Yes but you will also need a Visa.
At the American embassy in Mexico City: http://www.usembassy-mexico.gov/
you can visit without a visa probably central America and Mexico
Yes. No matter your nationality, if you are traveling to Mexico from a foreign country, you need a passport. What can be skipped in some cases is the visa; however as a Lebanese citizen you require a Mexican government-issued visa to enter Mexico. A U.S. visa can also count as such.
If you have a visa or passport, then i don't see why not. You're free to go and come as many times as you like as long as you have your papers.