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Mexico Immigration Forms

May 18, 2018 0 Comments

If you’re already at the airport and are panicking on how to fill out immigration forms when traveling to Mexico, you’ve come to the right place. We get it. Sometimes, those forms can be so confusing. So many questions, some that make no sense, and some that just seem too obvious. You don’t want to fill them out wrong! You’re in luck! We’ve put together some tips for how to fill out an immigration form when traveling to Mexico. If you just so happen to still be days out from your Mexican vacay, you can always check out our tips for filling out the immigration forms online!

How to Fill Out Immigration Forms When Traveling to Mexico

View from plane (Photo by: @jboring79)

When entering Mexico, you’ll need an immigration form. This is usually given to you on the plane, before you even land, but don’t freak out if they flight attendants don’t pass them out. There will be plenty of forms once you land.

On the immigration form, there are two parts. The entry and exit forms.

You’ll give the entry form to immigration when you enter Mexico, but you will need to hold on to and keep up with the exit form for the duration of your trip. You won’t need this part until you return to the airport to leave Mexico. Don’t lose your exit form, you need this when returning to the airport at the end of your trip. You’ll have to pay a fee if you don’t have the exit portion of the from when leaving Mexico.

Once you’ve passed through immigration you’ll grab your bags and head to customs.

We hope this helps answer some of your questions when it comes to knowing how to fill out immigration forms when traveling to Mexico. For lots of other great tips and tricks, you can check out some of our other Know How to Beach posts! And if you’re ready to get your toes in the sand in Mexico take a look at some of the fabulous resorts we have to offer in Los Cabos, Cancun, and Puerto Vallarta.

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Tiffani

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