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Travel Documents for Mexico

US Citizens

US Citizens travelling to Mexico - Current Entry Requirements

  • Passport (travel by air), or proof of citizenship (such as original birth certificate or naturalization certificate) and photo ID (travel by land/sea).
  • Tourist card (provided by airline) valid 3 months for single entry up to 180 days. Obtain tourist cards in advance from Consulate, Tourism Office, and most airlines serving Mexico upon arrival.
  • Visa not required of U.S. citizens for tourist/transit stay of up to 30 days.
  • Departure tax $10 is paid at airport when not included in the cost of the airline ticket.
  • Notarized consent from parent(s) required for children under age 18 traveling alone, with one parent, or in someone else’s custody. For additional information: http://www.embassyofmexico.org/

Future Passport Requirements for International Travel by Land or Sea (including ferries)

As early as January 1, 2008: All persons, including U.S. citizens, traveling between the U.S. and Canada, Mexico, Central and South America, the Caribbean, and Bermuda by land or sea (including ferries), may be required to present a valid passport.

Some countries require that your U.S. passport be valid at least 6 months or longer beyond the dates of your trip. If your passport expires before the required validity, you will have to apply for a new one. Please check with the Embassy or nearest Consulate of the country that you plan to visit for their requirements.

For more information on passport services, please visit the U.S. State Department web site. For more information on travel documents and please visit the Foreign Entry Requirements page.

Assistance for U.S. Citizens in the area.

Consulate of The United States of America

Cancun, Mexico
Plaza Caracol Two, Second Level, No. 320-323, Boulevard Kukulcan, Km. 8.5, Zona Hotelera
T elephone: (998) 883-0272

Cozumel, Mexico
Plaza Villa Mar en El Centro, Plaza Principal, (Parque Juárez between Melgar and 5th Ave.) 2nd floor, Locales #8 and 9
T elephone: (987) 872-4574

Canadian Citizens

Canadians travelling to Mexico - Current Entry Requirements:

  • Valid official photo identification (such as a driver's licence)
  • Proof of citizenship (such as a birth certificate)
  • Tourist card (provided by the airlines)
  • Canadians born in the Province of Québec present a birth certificate issued after January 1, 1994, in order to prove Canadian citizenship.
  • Minors under the age of 18 - see Foreign Entry Requirements

It is highly recommended that a valid passport be carried for all visits to Mexico. Tourists carrying passports will be processed faster than those carrying other forms of identification.

New Passport Requirements for Canadian Travellers to the United States
January 23, 2007 - Canadians flying into the US will require a passport.

For more information on passport services, please visit the Passport Canada. For more information on travel documents and please visit the Foreign Entry Requirements page.

Assistance for Canadians in the area.

Consulate of Canada
Cancun, Mexico
Plaza Caracol II, 3er piso, local 330, Boulevard Kukulcán Km 8.5, Zona Hotelera, 77500, Cancún, Quintana Roo, Mexico
Tel.: (998) 883-3360/1
Fax: (998) 883-3232
E-mail: cancun@canada.org.mx

 

For other countries, please see the list of consulates in Cancun.

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