By: Rebekah Mullinix I’ll admit since it was my first time I was a little anxious about returning (or canceling) the FMM and TIP as we crossed back into the United States. You probably already know that w\hen you leave Mexico at the U.S. border you have to return your FMM and TIP. The FMM […]
by Rebekah Mullinix Crossing the border, the most daunting part of my trip. I had already packed my possessions and rented out my house. There was no turning back. The only thing between me and my new life was the border. I chose to cross the border at Colombia which is just south of Laredo, […]
Immigrating is a lengthy and stressful process. You need to know the requirement for the immigration of tourists and expatriates in Mexico. Also, ensure that all your forms and other documentation are in order before you enter the country. Click here to see a complete checklist of Mexico border crossing requirements That’s why you need […]
The Mexican Free Zone designed to attract tourists. Formerly the “hassle-free” or “liberated area” – officially it is called the “Free Trade Zone.”
There is still a lot of confusion about what is required legally in Mexico when driving across the border (southbound).
A Mexico tourist visa is referred to in Mexico as a Forma Migratoria Multiple. It is a tourist permit that is usually valid for up to 180 days.
If you plan to drive in certain areas–or beyond a certain distance from the border, travelers will also need a Mexican vehicle permit.
There is a natural draw from Canadians to drive from Canada to Mexico. So, what do Canadians need to consider before making the trip across both borders into the land of Sun and Relaxation?
Current law states that pet owners may Drive into Mexico with their pets provided they carry two documents. First, they will need an International Certificate of Good Health and second, a document denoting proof of their pet’s vaccinations.
All people traveling to Mexico will need to have their U.S. passport or passport card in order to cross the border and reenter the United States. This requirement includes travel by land, sea, and air. If you do not have a U.S. passport, you’ll need to procure one in advance of your travels to Mexico. […]
Sentri and Ready lanes are expedited crossing lines at the border for pre-screened travelers. Click here to read more about these options for expedited border crossing back into the United States.
Shotguns are allowed when you prove to Mexican Authorities upon entrance to Mexico that you will be hunting.