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Passport

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I am indian passport holder having a valid US Visa travelling to Ensenada from long Beach, USA. Do I need Mexico visa to deembark at Encenada?

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1. Re: Passport

No - see this page from the Mexican embassy in India: …sre.gob.mx/india/…visas

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2. Re: Passport

Your passport and visa should be sufficient. We have traveled with friends from India (who live in Los Angeles) to Ensenada - holding thier passports and visas (one had greencard) and have breezed through customs - no problem. I believe you need a visa if you are spending more than 72 hours across the border or if are going beyond Ensenada. The cruise line should also be able to verify this information with you, for absolute certainty.

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3. Re: Passport

We shall be staying in Ensenada only for 12 hours maximum.

As I stated earlier that I have my indian passport and valid US visa

Do we need Maxican visa for 12 hrs stay?

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4. Re: Passport

No you should not need a visa for 12 hours in port, but again, to be 100% certain, contact your cruise line.

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5. Re: Passport

Just to repeat my previous answer - you do not need a Mexican visa for stays up to 180 days let alone 12 hours!

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6. Re: Passport

If you are entering Mexico from a cruise ship NO FMM ( tourist card) is needed..............

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