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Praveenbr

Travel to Mexico with Stamped H1B VISA

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I have been reading many posts on this, but no one has actually written about their personal experience on the travel. 

 

I have my vacation booked for Aug 20 and would like to know for certain that we do not need Mexican VISA to travel. 

 

I am an Indian citizen with stamped H1B VISA. 

 

If there is any written documentation or website that states this, I would like to take a copy of that with me to be on the safe side. 
 

Can we get a confirmation of the same from the consulate? If so, anyone has an email address to send this query to? 

 

Any help would be appreciated

 

Thanks

Praveen

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I have been reading many posts on this, but no one has actually written about their personal experience on the travel. 

 

I have my vacation booked for Aug 20 and would like to know for certain that we do not need Mexican VISA to travel. 

 

I am an Indian citizen with stamped H1B VISA. 

 

If there is any written documentation or website that states this, I would like to take a copy of that with me to be on the safe side. 

 

Can we get a confirmation of the same from the consulate? If so, anyone has an email address to send this query to? 

 

Any help would be appreciated

 

Thanks

Praveen

This is from Mexican embassy in Dallas

 

https://consulmex2.sre.gob.mx/dallas/index.php/2016-03-22-02-17-35/visa

 

 

 

Non-US Permanent Residents with valid US visa stamped. Effective May 1, 2010, all foreigners, regardless of their nationality, visiting Mexico for tourism, business or transit, for a stay of up to 180 days, do not need to apply for a Mexican visa to enter the country. They have to present their valid US visas along with their valid passport.

If the US visa stamped on your passport is expired but you have a document proving your legal status in this country, you must apply for a visa at the Mexican Consulate Mexican if your nationality is mentioned below.

Advance Parole, Forms I-20/J-1, I-797, I-512 documents are not accepted for entry into Mexico.

Any certify documents issue by a foreign country must be Legalized and or  with Apostille.

 

http://www.inm.gob.mx/index.php/page/Paises_Visa 

 

 

https://consulmex2.sre.gob.mx/dallas/index.php/2016-03-22-02-17-35/visa

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