Question by  cw (43)

Do I need a passport to enter Mexico?

I am going soon on a church mission trip.


Answer by  Sinefey (457)

I live near the border and they never want to see my passport when i ENTER Mexico. In order to get BACK INTO THE USA, Yes you will need it!


Answer by  Darry (3853)

Yes very recently the United States passed a new law requiring all U. S. citizens to carry a passport for travel outside of the United States. You need to allow 3-4 months time for processing so if you do not have a passport yet you need to apply ASAP.


Answer by  sara99 (851)

Both Canada and Mexico visits need a valid, current passport to cross the border. You will need it in both directions coming and going in the countries. You should have have a current state identification card or license.


Answer by  Zoso (869)

No, you don't need a passport to enter Mexico, although they may want to review your travel plans. Due to the most stringent recent rules related to Homeland Security, as of June 1 2009 you'll need a passport to re-enter the United States after your trip. A birth certificate and/or drivers' license will not do.

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