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entering tijuana

i'm a visitor here in US and i've never been to Mexico. i'm just curious to visit the place . Do I still need Visa going to Tijuana, Mexico ?is

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1. Re: entering tijuana

It depends entirely on your country of origin. American citizens enter and return easily with proper identification. Visitors here will enter as citizens of their home country. Here is a site that describes information to ENTER Mexico:

mexicovisitor.com/travel/…Anchor-Visiti-34465

If you are not a citizen of one of the countries listed, you will need to check with the Mexican government. There are consulates in many major US cities:

http://www.mexonline.com/consulate.htm

HOWEVER, probably more important, is your ability to return to the US. I recommend you check with the US Citizen and Immigration Service, which checks travellers as they enter the US. There is a "National Customer Service Center" number that should be able to direct you:

http://uscis.gov/graphics/index.htm

I truly encourage you to check into this. Violating visitor and/or immigration laws of either country could be disastrous to your visit. I'm not saying this to scare you, as if this were some risky adventure. I'm only trying to encourage you to save yourself any difficulties by simply checking it all out before you go.

Hope this helps! Buen viaje.

California
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7 posts
29 reviews
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2. Re: entering tijuana

It depends entirely on your country of origin. American citizens enter and return easily with proper identification. Visitors here will enter as citizens of their home country. Here is a site that describes information to ENTER Mexico:

mexicovisitor.com/travel/…Anchor-Visiti-34465

If you are not a citizen of one of the countries listed, you will need to check with the Mexican government. There are consulates in many major US cities:

http://www.mexonline.com/consulate.htm

HOWEVER, probably more important, is your ability to return to the US. I recommend you check with the US Citizen and Immigration Service, which checks travellers as they enter the US. There is a "National Customer Service Center" number that should be able to direct you:

http://uscis.gov/graphics/index.htm

I truly encourage you to check into this. Violating visitor and/or immigration laws of either country could be disastrous to your visit. I'm not saying this to scare you, as if this were some risky adventure. I'm only trying to encourage you to save yourself any difficulties by simply checking it all out before you go.

Hope this helps! Buen viaje.