Jul 27, 2015

Understanding Mexico's passport requirement

San Diego Union Tribune: Mexico’s top immigration official in Baja California worked Tuesday to assuage fears of long southbound pedestrian lines into the country as his agency prepares to step up enforcement of a requirement that U.S. visitors carry a passport when entering Mexico.

“We are going to do everything possible to ensure that there are no obstacles,” Rodulfo Figueroa said during a news conference at the offices of the Tijuana Tourism and Conventions Committee. "We're going to start applying the law gradually. We know there is going to be a learning period, we won't be inflexible in applying the law, but certainly we'll try to educate the public." Read more. 

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