What is a Mexican passport good for?
The Mexican passport is considered the 24th most powerful passport in the world regarding travel freedom, according to the Henley Passport Index. Mexican passport holders are currently able to travel to around 120 states without a visa or with a visa on arrival.
Can you use an enhanced license to get into Mexico?
The EDL allows for a convenient and cost-effective method of crossing the U.S. border by land or sea. However, an Enhanced Driver License cannot be used for air travel, and it can only be used to go to Canada, Mexico, Bermuda or the Caribbean.
Can I reenter the US with my naturalization certificate?
If you were not born in the United States, you can use your original Naturalization Certificate or Certificate of Citizenship. Many countries require that U.S. citizens have a visa issued by that country to enter.
Do I have to give up my original passport when I become a US citizen?
No, you will not be asked to give up the passport of your original or native country. The United States allows naturalized (and other) citizens to become dual citizens with their home countries (though it’s not possible for everyone, depending on the laws within said home countries).
Can you cross the Mexican border now?
COVID-19: Updates On Crossing the Border. The border restrictions are currently in place until May 21st, 2021. Please note that COVID-19 tests are NOT REQUIRED for land travel between the USA and Mexico. The new restrictions that took effect on 1/26/21 are for air travel only.
Can Tourist cross the border?
As of Saturday, 21 March 2020, the United States of America and Mexico Border will be temporarily closed to all non-essential travel. The border restrictions apply to vehicle passengers and pedestrians crossing at legal ports of entry. For more information, please visit the Department of Homeland Security’s website.
Can you cross the Mexico border with a green card?
Do US Green card holders need a passport to go to Mexico? Green Card holders hold the right to live and work in the United States permanently without restriction. With your foreign passport plus the green card, you will be allowed to enter Mexico by air, sea or land.