A veces ocurren situaciones en las que no se tiene un pasaporte, pero aun así necesita cruzar la frontera de México. Aquí tenemos un consejo de una empleada de Mexpro sobre como logro cruzar la frontera.
Posts Categorized: Passport
When you take children to Mexico, they’re in for a world of new experiences. The country’s cafes and street vendors will introduce them to culinary sensations: tamales, papayas, thick fruit drinks called licuados and many more. Water sports on the sea, hikes past rugged valleys and canyons, and treks through museums and mountain passes will… Read more »
Since 2009, Mexico has required passports for many of its visitors. While it is still possible to visit Mexico without a passport in some circumstances, which we will discuss below, most people do travel with a passport. This raises the question: How long do you have to have on your passport to go to Mexico?… Read more »
If the refreshing beaches and unforgettable cultural attractions of Mexico are calling your name, it may be time to plan a trip south of the border. But as you throw your bathing suit and flip-flops into your suitcase, there’s one more thing you don’t want to forget: proper documentation. More specifically, you should add your… Read more »
I am an Arizona resident, raised and born very close to Mexico, in fact I happen to live about 15 minutes away from the Mexico border. Living in a border town, so close to Mexico, it is not unusual to cross to Mexico to visit friends or family. Or, as many do, go shopping or… Read more »