MEXICAN EMBASSY INFORMS OF NEW REGULATIONS FOR THE ENTRANCE OF REGIONAL VISITORS TO MEXICO
Belmopan, Belize, May 10th, 2019.
As of April 23rd 2019, the Mexican government issued new travel and immigration procedures, which contain issues of general interest for regional visitors to the border and southern states of Mexico.
The Regional Visitor Card is issued to nationals from Belize and Guatemala and from now on also to nationals from El Salvador and Honduras, at the Mexican Immigration offices located at seven border points of entry with Guatemala (Ciudad Hidalgo, Talismán, Unión Juárez, Cd. Cuauhtémoc, Carmen Xhan, El Ceibo) and Belize (Subteniente López-ChacTemal).
The Regional Visitor Card (Tarjeta de Visitante Regional – TVR) will be valid to travel up to 7 consecutive days to the Mexican states of Campeche, Quintana Roo, Chiapas, Tabasco and now Yucatán too. The TVR is not valid for any other state into Mexico.
The TVR is free of charge and valid for 5 years.
To obtain a Regional Visitor Card, Belizean nationals must present a valid passport. Children and minors must present the proper authorization from both parents or a legal guardian (certified document by Peace Justice).
Permanent residents to Belize, should present a valid visa with the condition stamp as residents.