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Travellers Must Have Passport or Mexican Border Card #535932
04/18/19 06:03 AM
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Belizean Travellers Must Have Valid Passport of Mexican Border Card

According to the Officer in Charge of the Economic, Trade and Tourism Section of the Mexican Embassy, by law travellers will only be able to enter into Mexico with a valid passport or the Mexican border card for those Belizeans that have one.

On the Phone: Maria Fernanda Garrido, Officer in Charge, Economic, Trade & Tourism Section, Mexican Embassy in Belize

“By law every foreigner who wants to go into Mexico needs to have a valid passport to cross.”

Duane Moody

“So Belizeans this weekend, because they are starting to travel over to Mexico for vacation, they must have a passport or one of the cards?”

On the Phone: Maria Fernanda Garrido

“Yes. Actually, like in every other year, they need to present the valid passport or if they hold a Mexican border card—that in Spanish we call it targeta de vistante regional—or if they have a card like that; they can cross. These are the only two documents valid to enter into Mexico.”

Mexican Embassy: “No Special Permit Issued to Pass into Mexico without a Passport”

If you are travelling across the northern border into Mexico, whether to head to Chetumal, Cancun or Playa Del Carmen for the extended weekend, official travel documents remain the same. So you must present a valid Belizean passport or the Mexican card to enter into that country. A publication recently surfaced online from a Mexican media house which suggested that during the Easter break, Belizean visitors would be able to travel into Quintana Roo without any legal document, namely a passport. Today, we contacted the Mexican Embassy in Belize and Maria Fernanda Garrido confirmed that no such advisory was issued by the Mexican Immigration Authorities. 

On the Phone: Maria Fernanda Garrido, Officer in Charge, Economic Trade & Tourism Section, Mexican Embassy in Belize

“We saw some information in an newspaper in Chetumal. Apparently somebody from the Chamber of Commerce of Chetumal said that for this holiday period, Belizeans could cross to Mexico without any passport. At the embassy we tried to contact immediately the authorities in Chetumal, the immigration authorities and they haven’t given any information to confirm this. So far the embassy doesn’t have any official information about this special permit to pass Mexico without a passport. We don’t have any information about that.”

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Re: Travellers Must Have Passport or Mexican Border Card [Re: Marty] #535936
04/18/19 06:27 AM
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Mexico Embassy Belize Welcome to Mexico!

If you are traveling to Mexico in your vehicle and you are planning to go beyond Quintana Roo, remember to get your temporary import permit at the offices of Banjercito in Chactemal Border.

Banjercito working hours are 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Monday to Sunday. The cost of the permit is about US$51 plus tax and payment can be done in cash (US$) or credit card.

Depending on the vehicle’s model, a deposit (between US$200 and US$400) is required, refundable on cancellation of the permit once you return to Belize. (BANJERCITO - Tel: +52 983 834 5328)

For the temporary import permit, the driver must have the following documents in original and copy:

1. Valid Passport
2. Entry Registration Form (Forma Migratoria Múltiple -FMM) issued by Immigration Officer
3. Certificate of Title
4. Certificate of Registration
5. If the vehicle is being purchased through a lending institution such as a bank or credit union, an authorization from the Institution is required (no older than three months)
6. If the vehicle is a rental, a copy of the rental contract is required.

Do not forget to have your valid driver license and your mandatory third-party insurance for traveling on federal roads and highways.

Process of admission of foreign tourists to Mexico:

1. Present the following documentation to the immigration officers at the border:

• Valid passport
• Multiple Migratory Form (FMM) duly filled
• When required, a valid visa issued by corresponding Mexican authorities (Belizean nationals do not need a visa)

2. Provide information and personal data
The immigration authority may request verification of the reason for the trip and economic solvency

3. If requirements are fulfilled
The access to the country will be allowed to foreigners who meet the requirements indicated by law

4. Allowed time
The migration agents will indicate in the FMM the time -not longer than 180 days-, allowed to remain in Mexico

Re: Travellers Must Have Passport or Mexican Border Card [Re: Marty] #536644
06/04/19 04:57 AM
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Originally Posted by Marty
Mexico Embassy Belize Welcome to Mexico!

If you are traveling to Mexico in your vehicle and you are planning to go beyond Quintana Roo, remember to get your temporary import permit at the offices of Banjercito in Chactemal Border.

Banjercito working hours are 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Monday to Sunday. The cost of the permit is about US$51 plus tax and payment can be done in cash (US$) or credit card.

Depending on the vehicle’s model, a deposit (between US$200 and US$400) is required, refundable on cancellation of the permit once you return to Belize. (BANJERCITO - Tel: +52 983 834 5328)

For the temporary import permit, the driver must have the following documents in original and copy:

1. Valid Passport
2. Entry Registration Form (Forma Migratoria Múltiple -FMM) issued by Immigration Officer
3. Certificate of Title
4. Certificate of Registration
5. If the vehicle is being purchased through a lending institution such as a bank or credit union, an authorization from the Institution is required (no older than three months)
6. If the vehicle is a rental, a copy of the rental contract is required.

Do not forget to have your valid driver license and your mandatory third-party insurance for traveling on federal roads and highways.

Process of admission of foreign tourists to Mexico:

1. Present the following documentation to the immigration officers at the border:

• Valid passport
• Multiple Migratory Form (FMM) duly filled
• When required, a valid visa issued by corresponding grand national live streamgrand national live stream (Belizean nationals do not need a visa)

2. Provide information and personal data
The immigration authority may request verification of the reason for the trip and economic solvency

3. If requirements are fulfilled
The access to the country will be allowed to foreigners who meet the requirements indicated by law

4. Allowed time
The migration agents will indicate in the FMM the time -not longer than 180 days-, allowed to remain in Mexico

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Last edited by amenor; 06/05/19 12:00 PM.

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