Hi I've been trying to find out if I need a visa for my holiday to Mexico, seem to be getting contr
Julia, Essex UK
By TTM on 27 July 2007 in Travel Articles
Hi I've been trying to find out if I need a visa for my holiday to Mexico, seem to be getting contradicting answers, I'm hoping it's just a case of filling out a blue tourist card on the flight.
Entry requirements for UK nationals is a valid British passport that has at least six months left before it expires. A visa is not required for stays of up to 180 days but your will need a tourist card (FMT). This can be obtained at Mexican international airports, border crossing points and most airlines serving Mexico i.e. you should be given one on the airline or pick it up at the airport. Travellers are expected to have a return or onward ticket and sufficient funds.
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