Can you travel with a Mexico passport?

Answer Sure you can. There are however, some countries that require a government-issued visa, such as the United States or Canada.

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Is a passport required to travel to Mexico?

According to the Mexican Foreign Ministry, U.S. citizens can show any official U.S. photo ID to enter Mexico. Passports are not required. However, to re-enter the U.S., Americans must show either a... Read More »

Is a passport required for travel into mexico?

A passport book or passport card is required for entry into Mexico if traveling by plane. If traveling by land or sea, a passport is not required; entry can be gained by supplying authorities with ... Read More »

Does a U.S. citizen need a passport to travel to Mexico?

U.S. tourists must have a valid passport or passport card to enter Mexico. U.S. citizens living in the border area need one of these documents to travel 20 or miles beyond border checkpoints, and U... Read More »

Do I need a passport to fly from Guadalajara, Mexico to Merida, Mexico?

In Mexico, you do not need a passport to fly from Guadalajara to Merida. You do not need a passport to fly between any two cities within Mexico. For international travel, a passport is required to ... Read More »