Are passports required from California to Mexico?

Answer Passports are required for travel from California to Mexico and travelers will be denied re-entry into the United States without one. As stated on the U.S. Department of State website: "All America... Read More »

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Does anyone have any information on adopting from Mexico I live in California and my partner and I are very interested in adopting from either California or Mexico as we are 3 hours from their border?

There is an adoption agencies here in Espanola, New Mexico. Every few times a year they will have a display of the children available for adoption and information on them. To get more information..... Read More »

Do children need passports to go to Mexico?

A child may or may not require a passport to enter Mexico. If she is a U.S. citizen, traveling on a closed-loop cruise or entering by land, then a birth certificate will suffice. If she is travelin... Read More »

Are passports required to enter the USA?

Under the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative, anyone entering the United States by land, air or water must provide a valid passport to enter the country. This does not include anyone who is a U.S... Read More »

Are passports now required for cruises?

Non-citizens must have a passport from their country of origin. Children under 16 need only a birth certificate. "Closed-Loop" cruises (cruises that leave and return to the same U.S. port, staying ... Read More »